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Who would be up for helping me design a few tattoos. I've never had a tattoo before but I'd like a few of various natural history related subjects. I'll list them below, let me know if anyone would be willing to give these a shot! If nobody responds for a month or so I'll look for an artist I could commission the ideas from. Any help is appreciated!

  • A complete Deinonychus skeleton in the classic theropod death pose (solid black, for my forearm.)
  • A rearing basal sauropodomorph (inspired by Plateosaurus, preferably with some sort of fuzzy integument) mirrored by a rauisuchid or ornithosuchid rearing with its jaws gaped. (can either be lineart, detailed sketch, coloured, doesn't matter to me. Eventually it will be a coloured piece but any of the three is appreciated as a visual starting point. This will be a fairly large back piece!)
  • A bearded dragon in a threat pose facing towards the viewer. (This will be on the upper portion of one of my breasts)
  • A drepanosaur (no specific species in mind) climbing upward with its tail curled around my arm. (This will be for my other forearm)
I have a few more in mind, but I'd like to get one of the simpler ones here first and see if tattoos are really something I'd like.
  • Mood: Satisfied
  • Listening to: None
  • Reading: Smithsonian's ANIMAL
  • Watching: Life of Birds
  • Drinking: Iced Tea
Marine Tyrannosaurid Sketch by QueenSerenity2012
Marine Tyrannosaurid Sketch
One of a number of sketches for another worldbuilding project; a world dominated by glaciers and tundra and rich in fauna from across Earth's history. This species (the largest of its clade) is descended from a species quite similar to Tyrannosaurus, but has clearly evolved a number of adapations for a lifestyle best described as a mix between that of a leopard seal and a polar bear. The legs are mostly embedded within the body which limits it to an awkward scooting motion when out of the water. In the water, however, it is highly maneuverable and can catch aquatic birds, fish, squid without difficulty. Particularly large individuals can even kill ichtyosaurs, plesiosaurs, and trunkoiforms (marine probiscideans similar to the cryptid Trunko). They are oviparous, swimming to more temperature regions and creating nests on islands free of permafrost. The eggs (usually 3-6) are closely monitored by the female (the male plays no role in parenting). Young are precocious and take to the water with the mother. She will remain in temperate waters until the offspring are about three old and a third of their full size. They are then abandoned and the mother returns to colder, icy waters. 

These dinosaurs have little to fear from predators for most of their range. Only in a few locations where the water is free of pack ice are they taken by large sharks and pliosaurs. Outside of breeding season they are solitary and territorial, engaging in brilliant underwater duels that leaves both combatants with nasty bites to the face and limbs. Fortunately the thick blubber of this species means that fatalities are uncommon. 

Future depictions of this species will have more extensive feathering and all around better anatomy. This was just a quick sketch at work. I have lots more to upload so hopefully you'll be seeing them soon!

Inspired by Velociraptor-King's Polar Tyrannosaur.
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Who would be up for helping me design a few tattoos. I've never had a tattoo before but I'd like a few of various natural history related subjects. I'll list them below, let me know if anyone would be willing to give these a shot! If nobody responds for a month or so I'll look for an artist I could commission the ideas from. Any help is appreciated!

  • A complete Deinonychus skeleton in the classic theropod death pose (solid black, for my forearm.)
  • A rearing basal sauropodomorph (inspired by Plateosaurus, preferably with some sort of fuzzy integument) mirrored by a rauisuchid or ornithosuchid rearing with its jaws gaped. (can either be lineart, detailed sketch, coloured, doesn't matter to me. Eventually it will be a coloured piece but any of the three is appreciated as a visual starting point. This will be a fairly large back piece!)
  • A bearded dragon in a threat pose facing towards the viewer. (This will be on the upper portion of one of my breasts)
  • A drepanosaur (no specific species in mind) climbing upward with its tail curled around my arm. (This will be for my other forearm)
I have a few more in mind, but I'd like to get one of the simpler ones here first and see if tattoos are really something I'd like.
  • Mood: Satisfied
  • Listening to: None
  • Reading: Smithsonian's ANIMAL
  • Watching: Life of Birds
  • Drinking: Iced Tea

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reminegrest Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student General Artist
Thank you! ;)
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QueenSerenity2012 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
You're welcome! :)
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Plioart Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the +fav!
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QueenSerenity2012 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
You're welcome!
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Dontknowwhattodraw94 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the favorite :)
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QueenSerenity2012 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
You're welcome!
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ropen7789 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student General Artist
thx 4 faving :)
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QueenSerenity2012 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
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WorldBuildersInc Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2014  New member Student Traditional Artist
btw thanks for the faves and watch! :D :D
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