Brontomerus mcintoshi by Mauricio Antón.
“Fossils that were found (highlighted in brown), likely from an adult and a juvenile, suggest that Brontomerus mcintoshi would have grown as tall as a double-decker bus.” National Geographic
Archosaur Musings: What is your favourite piece of palaeo art that you have produced?
Larry Felder: My favorite piece is more a life study of one of my favorite dinosaurs, Parasaurolophus, that I did for my book “In the Presence of Dinosaurs”. I did an extended series of paintings of the animal, from adults, to courtship displays, nesting sites, hatchlings and behaviorial studies.
“This piece was conceived after watching a documentary featuring great white sharks scavenging a whale. I imagined the numerous large carnivores which would be attracted to the corpse of a large marine reptile. In the picture, the floating carcass is dominated by a Cretoxyrhina, and several smaller Squalicorax - crow sharks - and a Tylosaurus. The little fish are Enchodus, the sabre-toothed herring. The gull-like birds flying overhead are Icthyornis, and the bizarre pterosaur, Nyctosaurus, is gliding into view.”
Shastasaurus liangae “large, small-headed, toothless, suction-feeding ichthyosaur from the Upper Triassic of southwestern China.” and Shastasaurus tangae. By NGZver
Therizinosaurus cheliformis by Fabio Pastori
Sketch for a sculpture-in-a-box
“They are coming.
They are in a box.
and you are the next meal”.
Scientific supervisor: Andrea Cau
Note that this dinosaur was most probably herbivorous. Also note this: