anyone else noticed that particular color pattern, the way the hands resemble certain purple dinosaur who happens to be purple ? XP anyways you are one of the best illustrators i've ever come across with, this is flipping amazing
This is excellent! I could see this as a plausible further evolution from t-rex to a more mammalian state, although actual science suggests that larger animals (animals over 50 lbs) could not survive the extinction event that killed the dinosaurs, (but I'm not a scientist so who cares what I say XD) I'll have to check out more of your gallery, this is epic!!!
I doubt something of it size could have survived, but like I said I'm not scientist so I don't know. I suppose its possible, after all, we have boas today, they had to come from some ancestor, and birds are relatives of dinos, so some dinos must have survived and evolved. Right? Or am I just talking out of my ass?
I had a hard time deciding whether I liked the fact that it doesn't have visibly scaly skin (which I do, I think it adds a more earthy aspect to it), but I had no such trouble deciding whether I loved this or not
The colors and texture of the skin, the eyes, the mouth and especially that exaggerated pair of 'fangs' on the lower jaw remind me distinctly of a Hippopotamus. That and the presence of what looks like pond scum on the back makes me wonder, could Gigatyrannus possibly be a semi-aquatic Tyrannosaur?
Very interesting, I'll definitely be keeping an eye on this to see what this big 'something' turns out to be.
what i would like to know is how big i is but when you put together a giganotosaurus and tyrannosaurus, that makes me think of a dinosaur the size of spinosaurus, so i'm guessing it's huge epic job by the way it's t-rex and hippo chimeric features really bring out creativeness can't wait for more