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Candeleros Cast by RessurexStudios Candeleros Cast by RessurexStudios
Well, we here at Ressurrex suppose it's a fine time now to announce our newest project: a webcomic! I'm not going to go much into what the comic is about, but it does involve both human and prehistoric animal interaction, and I hope you guys will enjoy it. While we're preparing for our big debut, here's a little taste of what to expect: the cast for the first setting, in Early Cretaceous Argentina.

Left to right: Limaysaurus, Andesaurus, Ekrixinatosaurus, Giganotosaurus (M,F), Bicentenaria, Alnashetri (M,F), Mitchell.

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:icondavidy12:
If I know what it is, I'm betting it'll be up within (PRAYING) 8 days. ;)
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:iconblazze92:
Ekrixinatosaurus was no where near that big.
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:icontmac1kobe8vc15:
Well, isn't the upper estimate somewhere near 11m? Even so, it is still oversized.
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:iconblazze92:
Yes, but said estimate was based on the absolute size of the skull, ignoring the known postcranial material, not to mention that it also ignored the difference in shape between the skull bones, the original 7 to 8m estimates are more accurate IMO.
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:icontmac1kobe8vc15:
Agreed. That's why I said upper estimate. 7 to 8m is definitely the more accurate estimate.
Regardless, the Ekrixinatosaurs in the picture is over sized. No way it is larger than a Giganotosaurus.
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:icontheropod1:
yes, even an 11m abelisaur (assuming it was proportioned like that) wouldn’t outmatch a 12.4m+ Carcharodontosaur in terms of bulk.
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:icondracorexius:
Shouldn't the Sauropods neck and tails be a little thicker?? they look a little thin possibly shrink wrapped?
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:iconrandomdinos:
Wow, them models. Like everyone else, I like how you managed to represent the animals of a certain time period (a.k.a no Argentinosaurus=Giganotosaurus) but that Andesaurus looks too small, wasn't it supposed to be close to Argent's size?
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:iconmortalwawmbaht:
Nah, Andesaurus wasn't super big. Dougal Dixon's book said they were 100 ft long but that's not true, the vertebrae are far smaller than those of Argentinosaurus. They were more around 66 feet.
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:iconrandomdinos:
Alright, thank you. 66 feet is still big though not super big, such as other titanosaurs.
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