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Rick Charles
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
United States
Current Residence: Munising, Michigan, United States, North America, Earth, Solar System, Milky Way, Virgo
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Favourite genre of music: modern classic, techno, dubstep
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate
MP3 player of choice: Sony Walkman
I am actually impressed with how well I've kept this under wraps, but I am excited to finally announce that I will soon be self-publishing my first novella, Avant-Garde; a sci-fi thriller about a team of scientists who embark on a fateful expedition into the prehistoric past.

I am still developing the official website, but for now anyone interested can follow Avant-Garde by liking the official Facebook page:…

Thanks for checking it out!

~Rick Charles

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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2015
Wow. Very VERY cool artwork.
DeinonychusEmpire Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you!!
DovahkiinHU3BR Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2015
As a dinosaur lover I like to search to see how dinosaurs should have looked like. And I have somethings to tell you about t-rex: I've seen one of your t-rexes that looked more like a t-rex-turkey hybrid, and as arguments you mentioned yutyrannus. I read a lot about it and I have to tell you somethings:
1- Yutyrannus lived about 20 million "closer" to guanlong. So logically it would look more like guanlong.
2- Yutyrannus lived on a relatively cold environment in the Mesozoic Era. So it should have feathers.
3- Some t-rex skin impressions were found in the leg of a adolescent t-rex in Montana, and it was revealed that t-rex had scally skin in areas were Yutyrannus was covered in feathers.
4- From yutyrannus to t-rex, the overhaul anatomy of tyrannosaurids suffered many modifications (I think this is not the best word but what ever): their heads became bigger, their necks became smaller and meybe more muscular, their arms became shorter and with two fingers instead of three and maybe their teeth bacame designed gor crushing bones instead of cutting flesh (in fact I am not 100% sure about this last one). How cam you guarantee the same tjing did not happen with the feathers.
5- The bigger the animal is, the more it's body absorbs heat. Animals can not live with too much heat on their bodies. That is why elephants have almost no fur, unlike smaller animals like lions and tigers. And t-rex lived on an Era when it was so hot that the South Pole was a forest, so t-rex would not survive being covered in feathers.
Conclusion: t-rex was definitaly NOT covered in feathers, but it could have some feathers on it's back and/or on the back of it's neck... and maybe some feathers on it's tail and/or on it's arms. But we can not be sure about it, by the time being.
LythroA Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Would you happen to be Deinonychus from JPLegacy?
DeinonychusEmpire Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, actually. =)
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