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Good day everyone. I decided to take a break from my vintage dino-files and took up a very serious project to create a Tyrannosaurus rex model, but with all the latest data in mind. And here you can see the result of our rigorous research on the life appearance of this dinosaur - possibly the most reliable 3d reconstruction of the Post-Bell era. The project was supervised by a wonderful sculptor Arsen Kazaryan. Special thanks to a renowned paleontologist Dr. Thomas Carr for providing us with the data on different aspects of the T.rex anatomy and thus making this reconstruction possible. ( m.youtube.com/watch?v=1sJOR1kR… - here you will find a series of interviews with him, where he addresses in detail all of the recent finds and relevant data).
Main references: media-minecraftforum.cursecdn.… - Incredibly well-researched and peer reviewed diagram (approved by Dr Thomas Carr and Dr Philip Currie) created by Joshua Ballze showing the distribution of scales in tyrannosaurids.
Carr et al. 2017. Bell et al. 2017. Currie et al. 2003. Barrett et al. 2015.
ps. Cuvier's dwarf Caiman was used as inspiration for the colour scheme
Just wanted to share with you guys a detailed breakdown of my process for creating this retro dino files. So here you can clearly see the difference between the initial rough 3d model and the final image with all the cracks, folds, wrinkles, reflections, lights etc. that I painted in photoshop.
This is my third vintage dino file and definitely the best in this series. Really tried my best with this one. Quite liking the colours, the lighting and the atmosphere and it looks almost painterly. There are also lots of details to it, so just zoom in and enjoy.