Now, I am reaching the end of my school vacation. During this holiday, I learned to do sunset shades and I drew a few quirky ideas, as well as the coolest tyrannosaur in history, the new, the awesome, the deadly, Y-rex (pet name of Yutyrannus).
Now, from the 9th, more school beckons, and with my drama just a little days away, I'll be busy, so I might be inactive for as long as hell stays frozen.
This scene plays out 85 million years ago, and depicts the famed antler-crested pterosaur, Nyctosaurus gracilis, from North America. Nyctosaurs were so specialized, they'd actually lost their fingers except the fourth, and males of this genus featured, had a super-huge, super0thin, super-funny crest sticking out of their damn narrow heads. They had very slim jaws as well.
This was made without much of a ref, except for the nycto anatomy. Honestly, I wanted to put Muzquizopteryx, another member of Nycto's family, but just felt to take it easy with this dude himself. Nycto was a pussy compared to his contemporary Pteranodon, but at 6 feet in wingspan, was sizeable enough to rival large modern birds.