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Rude! by FluffySpiderz Rude! by FluffySpiderz
*forgets dA exists for 3 months* (again)

He may be small, but this young T. Rex is no pushover. More of a push-that-pesky-dakotaraptor-over. Quit following me!
This'll make the baffled raptor think twice before testing the temper of Tyrannosaurus Tot.
Inspired by a photo I saw of a barn owl and a hawk but can't actually find the original post now
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XStreamChaosOfficial Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cute! One critique: The T. rex's jaw should be long and sleneder as it is so young.
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey someone else pointed this out to me too and honestly I admit I took some artistic liberties in trying to give the Rex a stockier, "owl-like" profile which only after I finished the lineart did I realize probably wasn't accurate and wouldn't have mattered in the composition. But I was already behind schedule posting it for a Dakotaraptor event and honestly didn't care to change it.
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XStreamChaosOfficial Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah. Okay. Sorry about that. Still doesn't change the fact that it's a pretty cool piece! :3
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FlippleNup Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The baby T-Rex looks too much like an adult. The babies had longer snouts, legs and arms, and were much more slender. 
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snugglesthedinosaur Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
Chomper.
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FlippleNup Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wut
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snugglesthedinosaur Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
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FlippleNup Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ik.
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munkas02 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think I have the photo you're looking for somewhere
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
feel free to link me if you have the source!
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Cyansky95 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist
There is really the sense of both cuteness and sheer ferocity in these two lol, I also like the barn owl coloring in the dakota, very nice.
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
ironically, the T-rex's position was based on the barn owl in the photo, but owly colors seems to suit dakotaraptor better lol
and thanks!
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acepredator Featured By Owner 6 days ago
The raptor still has a chance
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Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional General Artist
Sweet!
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks ^.^
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Glavenychus Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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Viergacht Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional General Artist
Love it!
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hananas59 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow that is awesome!
I really love the liveliness in the drawing, as if it were to be a real scene!
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Aaa thank you! It helps that I actually used photo ref for this one, it's really something I should do more....
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hananas59 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes! Photo reference ups yout artwork 5,000 leagues above the sea :D
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Corecin Featured By Owner 6 days ago
"The risk I took was calculated, but man, am I bad at math"
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Certainly wouldn't make the JP raptor cut lol
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Zhombah Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
T. rexling: You think you can stalk me without me noticing? YOU WANNA GO, BRO? I'LL KICK YOU TO THE GODDAMN MOON AND BACK, YOU SONOFABITCH!

Dakotaraptor: o_o
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HUBLERDON Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome!
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks!
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All0773 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
What got you into feathery reptiles? Also would you ever draw any Dinosauromorphs?
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
These are dinosaurs my friend! I've loved dinosaurs ever since I was little, and discovering that many of them had feathers actually made them all the more fascinating and versatile to illustrate. 
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All0773 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
I never denied that feathered dinosaurs was the norm. I was really talking about the feathery dragons but I guess you sort of answered my question. If you remember my past comments, I was the one who asked you if you thought some dragon species would be more closely related to birds than other animals. I guess my real question was what got you into feathered dragons? Also are you interested in drawing Dinosauromorphs?
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh! Sorry about that! Yeah, dragons are actually more closely related to pterosaurs than dinosaurs (birds), and are more fuzzy than feathery. I like the idea of fuzzy dragons because a. it reflects our changing understanding of nonavian dinos and pterosaurs and soft warm blooded animals and b. a lot of the original depictions of dragons /were/ pretty hairy/feathery. And frankly I enjoy giving them more diverse integument for the same reasons dinosaurs instantly because more interesting to me when I found out they had feathers. It forces people to sort of see them more as real animals as opposed to scary pointy monsters.
What do you mean dinosauromorphs? I already draw dinosaurs, there's not much else to that clade
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All0773 Featured By Owner 5 days ago
Oh cool! That is very deep. You are probably more interested in dinosaurs and dragons than I am.  Also, keep in mind, not all  of the theropod dinosaurs may not have been feathered (outside ceolurosauria). I really agree that some dragon species may be more closely related to birds and pterosaurs than to crocodiles. I think the four limbed impossible dragons may be more closely related pterosaurs than to dinosaurs. Wyvrens may be more closely related to birds than to pterosaurs. As for Dinosauromorphs, I was thinking about Lagerpetids, Silesaurids, and Marasuchus. They prefer to them as non-dinosaurian dinosauromorphs just like non- avian dinosaurs.
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Deep? I suppose so, lol
True, not all theropods were feathered, but their ancestors likely were, which is what counts. Even some non-theropods had primitive filamentous feathers. In my personal canon, there are two lineages of dragons, the European dragons being the aforementioned archosaurs, and Asiatic dragons are stem mammals.
Ahhh, I see. I suppose I haven't given them much notice, but I ought to look more into them.    
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All0773 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
I never denied that dinosaurs outside of the theropod branch didn't have something similar to feathers. Also, it would be cool if all dinosaurs were feathered but it wouldn't make since because feathers evolved out of the Coelurosaur branch of dinosaurs. Heck, even certain coelurosaurs didn't have feathers just something really close to it (Like filamentous feathers). It is also Tyrannosaurus may not have been fully fluffy or may not have been feathered at all (Even though I think T-rex was Fluffy). What are aforementioned archosaurs? Are they just the group of crocs and birds or other branches of archosaurs? Sounds really interesting! Asiatic dragons being stem mammals sounds so awesome and I would have never guessed something like that. Actually, you and me share a lot of similar views about dragons.
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Multiversums Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cutest Rex Ever.
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FluffySpiderz Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Pointing Emoticon of a Cute Little Dinosaur 
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