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Coelodonta antiquitatis - Woolly Rhino

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Darko

Zdravo :D

I just finished with Woolly Rhinoceros...Hope u will all enjoy!:)  

Darko

 

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Darko
2 minutes ago, ynot said:

Nice rendition.

I think the face is to short and the horrns should slant more towards the front and the main horn should be more robust.

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Thanks for the advice!

But maybe I wanted to draw a young woolly rhino with a smaller horns.I will try to fix it! Thanks again :D

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goatinformationist
4 hours ago, ynot said:

Nice rendition.

I think the face is to short and the horrns should slant more towards the front and the main horn should be more robust.

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And I think that this puppy should go on the next buffalo nickel. Way more robust.

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caldigger
2 hours ago, goatinformationist said:

 

And I think that this puppy should go on the next buffalo nickel. Way more robust.

Then it wouldn't exactly be called a "buffalo" nickel, now would it?

But since they came out with quarter series with historic crud for each state, I don't see why they can't begin having state fossils on them.

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goatinformationist

Let's send it up to our State legislatures?  I'm game...

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goatinformationist
On ‎8‎/‎30‎/‎2018 at 10:22 PM, caldigger said:

Then it wouldn't exactly be called a "buffalo" nickel, now would it?

But since they came out with quarter series with historic crud for each state, I don't see why they can't begin having state fossils on them.

 

I think new graduates in SOC and SJW will see a big, humped wooly creature with two horns and say "wow, that's gnarley".

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