Beavaticous Saurus


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Beavaticous Saurus or Beaversaur is a awesome creature that is the first in lot's of sub-races of Beaversaur's so get used to them!

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Well, it's a crudely drawn dinosaur, with big teeth that would make its facial features look a little beaver like, but there was no beaver tail, which let this piece down.

The front arm that you've drawn here conjures up the image of the Beaversaur being highly camp and you're still plagued by the insistence upon colouring outside of the lines that you draw.

I'd highly recommend that you spend more time making the drawing sharper, getting yourself some sort of background for this piece and really concentrating on doing something that will add the "spark of life" to your work here.

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up-a-notch responds:

ok thanks

I just might

-Get used to them that is. Your species of various dinosaurs seems like it's going in a direction that I like. Simple but gives you something to think about in your spare time.

-I will have to say the background is a tad too plain and could use some sprucing up to liven the picture up. Even if this is for educational purposes you could have him in his natural habitat or give some more information about him. Just anything to fill up the blank space you have here.

-Beaversaur is nicely centered though which makes him stand out. Text is very clear and readable but as mentioned some more info wouldn't hurt. He also has quite the lovely pose which makes him seem almost comical considering his buck-tooth features. The beaver tail would of suited better than the dinosaur tail imo.

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up-a-notch responds:

awesome thanks, umm yeah awesome

This artist has not been scouted yet.

Credits & Info

3.25 / 5.00

Sep 10, 2010
11:18 PM EDT
File Info
1000 x 1000 px
197.7 KB

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