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UNDER CONSTRUCTION

This is a page dedicated to showing off the older and unused concept art that never made it into the final Speculative Dinosaur Project. While some of the art has been recovered and placed back on to this website, some of it was placed in the wrong pages by accident. The goal of this page is to help clear up things and show off the amazing artwork of Spec. However, some art might be used for the revival of Spec while some will remain on this page. I also apologize for the mistakes that I have made in the past, I just hope putting all of the artwork here will set things right. Assistance would by much appreciated. Thank you and don't forget to contribute. Note: I am NOT any of these artists.

DAVID NAMEN'S ARTWORK

Pisciraptor nauticus by David Namen

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Original Artist: David Namen

Pisciraptor nauticus was a medium sized spinosaur from Northern Africa, probably one of the last. Although remains are scant, it is believed to be very similar to earlier Spinosaurs. Fish bones found near its stomach cavity suggest it was also a piscivore. It is unknown why these large theropods disappeared so early in the fossil record. Perhaps they became too specialized, and were driven out by the Priscataurs.

 Duckgong Concept by David Namen

Arch nose duckgong

Original Artist: David Namen

 Ocelotar 2.0 by David Namen

SDraptor

Original Artist: David Namen

 Mountain Horn Sketches by David Namen

SDCERA6

Original Artist: David Namen

Aquatitan by David Namen

SDaqua

Original Artist: David Namen

Concept for the Aquatitan boothi.

Unused Noasaur Concept Art by David Namen

SDNOA

Original Artist: David Namen

Concept art for noasaurs that never made into the final project.

Mountain Horn (Cryoceratops montanus) by Daniel Bensen

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Original Artist: Daniel Bensen

Undescribed Species of Spinosaur

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Original Artist: Daniel Bensen

Concept artwork for an undescribed species of extinct spinosaur. Notice the fused foot and hand claws. This piece of unused concept art might be used for an extinct species of spinosaur.

Original Deseado Dancer (Compsotyrannus rancori)

Dancer

The deseado dancer (Compsotyrannus rancori) is medium sized tyrannosaur and rather large for south American standards. During the dry season, they molt, loosing all but the feathers. These agile dinosaurs live in small pockets across southern South America. The geographic and behavioral restrictions placed by the Andes mountains and constant threat from deinonychosaurs separates Compsotyrannus into two species.  The more common of the two, C. rancori often engage in complex mating dances, using leaps, head bobbing, and skips. Hence the name dancer.

Original Verminator Artwork

Original Verminator

DANIEL BENSEN'S ARTWORK

Under Construction

Original Hmungo Artwork by Daniel Bensen

Hmungo

Original Artwork: Daniel Bensen

Original artwork for the Greater Hmungo (Megahadrus titanus) by Daniel Bensen, note the sexual dimorphism between the two species and the Hmungo-Swoops as well.

Grassbag Concept Art

Grassbag v. molok

Original Artwork: Daniel Bensen

The only noticeable differences being the design of the grassbag and its name, Neotitanosaurus dodgsoni.

The 20 meter-long, 12-tonne bandersnatch grass-bag (Neotitanosaurus dodgsoni) is the almost the largest land animal on the Specworld, second only to the related great grass-bag.  They range across southern and eastern Africa, but are most common on the Serengeti plain, where they congregate with many other grazers.  These enormous titanosaurs are actually rather lazy creatures, standing in a single spot and swinging their long necks through their arc of movement, cropping all the vegetation they come across.  Evidence of grass-bag grazing, in the form of rows of concentric arcs of cropped grass, are common on the African savanna.

    Bandersnatches are rather more social than the larger great grass-bags, collecting into pods of six to ten adults, mostly female.  Bulls, which are more lightly built than cows, are generally solitary, though it is not unknown for a single aged male to join his favorite pod and care for his children along with his consorts.  Adults of sexes exhibit the striking blue and black-striped head, though in the males, the blue extends further down the neck.

    A grass-bag's dentition exists solely as a row of thin, flat teeth at the front of the lower mandible, paralleling the grass-cropping mechanism of Home-Earth's ungulates.  Unlike those mammalian herbivores, however, grass-bags lack molars and do not chew their food.  Instead, they pass the grass directly into their enormous crops, where rocks the size of a man's fist grind the high-silicate plant material into an easily digestible paste.  This method of digestion is strictly dinosaurian, and is shared across the clade. 

MATTI AUMALA'S ARTWORK

Note: Concept artwork that doesn't have the words "CONCEPT SKETCH" in the background shouldn't be posted here. Artwork that does have those words "CONCEPT SKETCH" on them are to be moved here.

Horned Euroloph

Crownloph

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Ceratopsian

Dcsketch

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Interestingly enough, a proposed name for this creature was originally named Xenoceratops oplos, not be confused with the centrosaur discovered in 2012.

Extinct Abelisaurs from South America by Matti Aumala

Abelis

Extinct Abelisaurs from South America

Saurolope Sketch by Matti Aumala

Sauroskt

Saurolope Sketch.

Trawler Squid by Matti Aumala

Trawler

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Resting Abelisaur by Matti Aumala

Abeliskt

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Thornderk Concept by Matti Aumala

Ccthornderk

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Saurolope Skull by Matti Aumala

Sauroskulskt

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

River Behemoth Concept Art by Matti Aumala

Hippoceratops

Original Artist: Matti Aumala Note: The sexual dimorphism between the male and female Potamoceratops obesus and the longer tail

Balundaur Original Concept Art by Matti Aumala

Balundaur2-0

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Mokele Concept by Matti Aumala

Mokeles

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Ccneomokele

Mokele

Ccmokele

Mokele head concepts

Mokele

Mokele

Concept artwork for a possible revision of the Mokeles (Mokelesaurus sp.)

Duckgong Concept by Matti Aumala

Duckgong

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Concept art for an undescribed species of duckgong.

Cockadrak Sketch by Matti Aumala

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Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Yando Concept Art by Matti Aumala

Ailurosaurus2

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Arctotitan Concept Art by Matti Aumala

Arctotitan

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Dorsa 1 Concept Art by Matti Aumala

Dorsanew

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Dorsa 2 Concept Art by Matti Aumala

Dorsa2

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Moora Concept Art by Matti Aumala

Moora

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Original Khinner Artwork by Matti Aumala

Khinner2

Original Artist: Matti Aumala

Theropods by Matti Aumala

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Theropod concepts

Jagator by Matti Aumala

Arbrosuchus

Jagator

Aquatitan by Matti Aumala

Ccaqua

Aquatitan

Gihugrongo by Matti Aumala

Ccgihu

Gihugrongo

Cheetaur by Matti Aumala

Ccheetaur

Cheetaur

Nodens by Matti Aumala

Ccnodens

Nodens

Fendrak 1 by Matti Aumala

Fendrak

Fendrak

Fendrak 2 by Matti Aumala

Fendrak 1

Fendrak

Nimord by Matti Aumala

Nimrodskt

Nimrod

Prokagru by Matti Aumala

Prokagruskt

Prokagru

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Cheetaur colored concept

Strek by Matti Aumala

Strekskt

Strek

Vulturoc by Matti Aumala

Vulturocskt

Vulturoc

Balundar by Matti Aumala

Balundaur

Balundar

Behemoth by Matti Aumala

Behemoth

Behemoth

Auryngo/Sunhorn by Matti Aumala

Auryngo

Alternate art of the Sunhorn

The Woolly Ceratops by Matti Aumala

Pre spec weirdness the woolly ceratops by osmatar-d6x2dbj

Jackalope concepts by Matti Aumala

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Jackalope concepts

Pahna and Dorsa concepts by Matti Aumala

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Panha and dorsa concepts

Manticorant by Matti Aumala

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Adjuskt
Carpohand
Carposkt
Ccalpstrek
Libycosuchid
Gargant (2)
Jagator
Maniarm
Marabou
Plumed
Unplumed
Nirviskt
Notskt
Poangles
Poknee
Poknee2
Blacarpo
Dcarpo
Durocephalus-0
Gojipage
Nodorni
Styranki1
Styranki2
Styranki4
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Molfin Sketch

Molfin
Molfinskt
Skullsketch

 Rheadon

Rheadon

Undescribed Marabouraptor

Mmm marabou by osmatar-d4dpzjw-1

Giant baby eating bennumime of DOOM!

Bigbennu

Original Siberian Bruiser

Original Siberian Bruiser

Extinct Hadrosaurs

Exinct hadros
Bruiser Artwork

TIM MORRIS' ARTWORK

Cedunasaur Panoply by Tim Morris

Cedunasaur-panoply

Cedunasaur Panoply

Artwork by Tim Morris

Beartrap Croc by Tim Morris

Beartrapcroc

Beartrap croc

Cain by Tim Morris

Cain-1-

Cain

Crunchercaiman by Tim Morris

Crunchercaiman

Crunchercaiman

Sawcroc by Tim Morris

Sawcroc

Sawcroc

Winklecroc by Tim Morris

Winklecroc

Winklecroc

By-the-chin sailor

By-the-chin sailor

Chinwagga

Chinwagga

Hawkins beakuana

Hawkins beakuana

Sailneck catfishlizard

Sailneck catfishlizard

Megahorn-0

Original African Megahorn

VILLE SINKKONEN'S ARTWORK

Grassbag by Dinomaniac

Grassbag skeletal reconstruction

Nanodon by Dinomaniac

Nanodon

Photorth by Dinomaniac

Photorth

SPHENACODON'S ARTWORK

Eberg by Sphenacodon

Eberg

Sandipede by Sphenacodon

Sandipede

Beakuana sp by Sphenacodon

Beakuana sp.

RSNACIMENTO'S ARTWORK

Jaw-Horn (Pachyrhinoceratops dicornignathus) by RSNacimento

Jaw horn by rsnature

Original Artist: Rafael Silva do Nascimento

Another sketched creature for Spec. This one is an Eocaenic ceratopsid, with a thick nasal horn base. Technics used:Pencil Creature and names © 2006 Rafael Silva do Nascimento. All rights reserved.

Patagonian Dragon (Abrachiodraco brachyceros) by RSNacimento

Patagonian Dragon

Original Artist: Rafael Silva do Nascimento

Colored Patagonian Dragon by RSNacimento

Patagonian dragon colored by rsnature

Original Artist: Rafael Silva do Nascimento

Colored sketch of the Patagonian Dragon.

Parasaurolophus palaeocaenicus by RSNacimento

Palaeocaenic parasaurolophus by rsnature

Original Artist: Rafael Silva do Nascimento

Another idea for Spec. This is something like a evolution of Cretaceous Parasaurolophus, with a longer crest.

Cenozoic Abelisaur

Cenozoic abelisaur by rsnature

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Arctic Lammox Concept Art

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Lemek Concept Art

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Grisly Vulgure

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Oviraptorosaur Comparison Chart

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Pentacorn

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Ungulapedia

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Skeck 1

Skech

Skeck 2

Skech2

Foliumurs

-spec- Foliumurs

Arbourio and Trouper Lemurs

-spec- Arbourio and Trouper lemurs

Valley Singer Concept Art

Valleysinger
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Djad

Djad

Naskalnodon

Naskalnodon

Marasaur

Marasaurusamerikus

Original Grassbag

Grassbag-0

Thorncamel

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Concept Art for an undescribed species of vanguard.

Jagular Concept Art

Jagular-0

Undescribed Sphenodontidae

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A sketch of an unidentified sphenodontidae.

Mammal Sketches 1

Mam1

Sketches for mammal sketches that never made it into the final project.

Mammal Sketches 2

Mam7-0

Artist Unknown

More sketches for mammal sketches that never made it into the final project.

Mammal Sketches 3

Mam3

More sketches for mammal sketches that never made it into the final project.

Mammal Sketches 4

Mam2

More sketches for mammal sketches that never made it into the final project.

Mammal Sketches 5

Mam4

Mammal Sketches 6

Mam5

Hona Concept

Hona2

Artist Unknown

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"Mermites" (eusocial isopods) - Spec? Not Spec?

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Amphibian (Crocomander?) Artwork

Killerpele

Pelican/Flamingo-Like Bird

Emblask
Venatorodon
Island Molok
Lamb
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