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Concavenator Bust by Fragillimus335 Concavenator Bust by Fragillimus335
Remember that old WIP I teased you guys with so long ago? Well here it is(As a Concavenator)! Fully feathered and looking nice and well-fed. Who said feathered dinosaurs aren't intimidating?

Concavenator was a small carcharodontosaurian theropod from the early Cretaceous. The only known individual is around 6 meters long and ~800-1000lbs in weight.

This is the first of a possible couple different color schemes I am working on, so expect another one sometime soon!
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:iconthepivotfan2013:
Me after seeing this: I am a dummy! 
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Fragillimus335 Mar 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I looked the same way after drawing it! :D
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:icontitanlizard:
Dam! It is wonderful!!! What are you useing for drawing?
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Fragillimus335 Aug 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks!  I used a .05 mechanical pencil and colored pencils for this one!
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:iconbrolyeuphyfusion9500:
This would have worked better as a hypothetical coelurosaur because no evidence of feathers has been found outside of Coelurosauria. Nice drawing though.
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:iconhybridrex:
Actually, filaments may be a trait all dinosaurs may of had and probably lost too. Concavenator had quill nobs, Sciurumimus most likely would of been a megalosaur and don't forget Psittacosaurus and Tianyulong! Although
feathers them selves seem to be at least a Tetanuran trait, but that's debatable. All we can do is speculate for now.

I honestly don't think Concavenator was fully feathered like a bird. But I do think it could had at least some scattered around it's body.
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:iconbrolyeuphyfusion9500:
Quills are not feathers and Sciurumimus was a coelurosaurian...
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TheNanotyrant Jul 29, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Although there is disagreement about the classification of Sciurumimus, it is generally considered a megalosauroid.
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:iconbrolyeuphyfusion9500:
Yeah, it's a subject of debate. :iconandreacau: seems to say it's a coelurosaurian, and for some reason I find myself agreeing with him.
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:iconhybridrex:
Quills technically can be derived from feathers(well any filament
actually,) and the current census is that Sciurumimus is a
megalosaur. If your going with the minority, then I'm going to join
the people who say that Yutyrannus is a Carnosaur. Yes there are
people who think it's a carnosaur, although I disagree with them.
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