Giraffatitan

DAZ|Studio Animals posted on Jul 30, 2021
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Programs: Daz Studio 4.15 GIMP 2.10 Image Credits: IBL Master for Daz Studio (Daz3D) Giraffatitan by DinoRaul (Renderosity) ArgentinosaurusDR Juvenile by DinoRaul (Renderosity free stuff) P3DA LoRez Birds (Daz3D) Terrain from Abandoned Gas Station (Daz3D) Red-Stemmed Lady from TransPond (Poser 7) Dandelions (Erock3D) Plants by Yughues (ShareCG) Pine (Archive3D) Conifer by Wraith3D (ShareCG) Rock from RDNA Naturals (Poser 7) Tree billboard by Petra Schmietendorf (ShareCG) HDRI background (Dartanbeck)

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Comments (2)


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Leichenmoor 2:44PM | Fri, 30 July 2021

Nice render, but a bit wrong regarding its content. Giraffatitan and those birds never ever met each other. Giraffatitan is a dinosaur from the Upper Jurassic. Real birds didn't evolve before the Lower Cretacious. The only "bird" or rather ancestor of birds that was a contemporary of Giraffatitan, was Archaeopteryx. But the birds shown in the image are definitely real birds and not Archaeopteryx.

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cSb1902 10:46AM | Wed, 04 August 2021

Thanks, Leichenmoor. You forgot to mention the flowering plants and grasses growing among the ground cover, which I believe theories state would not have developed until the Cretaceous period. You can look forward to more anachronistic animal combinations in my future artworks.

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