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Walking with dinosaurs by IsisMasshiro Walking with dinosaurs by IsisMasshiro
Fanart to that great dinosaur-document, but picture is still pretty old one.
This situation was mentioned in WWD-book and dinosaurs are tyrannosaurus and torosaurus.
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:iconmegalord808:
megalord808 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
I hope rule 34 doesn't apply to this
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IsisMasshiro Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2015
That rule goes everywhere. XD
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Dalek-TheSupreme Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
Amazing. Just amazing. The detail on the dinosaurs is fantastic. You know, without Walking With Dinosaurs, I might not have ever become so enamored by these long dead reptiles.
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IsisMasshiro Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014
Thanks and it sure was awesome series ^^
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Dalek-TheSupreme Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014
You're welcome. And there's no question about it.
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acepredator Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014
Did you see my comments on a WWP (Walking With Predators) series?
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TheMightySaurus Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014
aw yeah WWD!
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TheMightySaurus Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014
OMG YES!
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saurus1014 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Walking with Dinosaurs, the memories........
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NestieBot Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2013
I LOVE WALKING WITH DINOSAURS THE ORIGINAL TV SERIES
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SqueakyMouse Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2013  Student General Artist
What is this WWD-book you keep mentioning?
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IsisMasshiro Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2013
Walking with dinosaurs-book
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SqueakyMouse Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013  Student General Artist
Thanks, I'll check out some book stores where I live and see if I can find it
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EmperorZoo Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I love this documentary but the only thing I don't like is the T-Rex roar.
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Dalek-TheSupreme Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
I disagree. I felt it was loud, imposing, and ferocious. Just like an actual Tyrannosaurus.
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Jdailey1991 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014
It was the only T. rex roar I know that never gets old.
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Dalek-TheSupreme Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2015
Eh, the Jurassic Park one sticks with me, too.
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EmperorZoo Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well everyone has their own opinion
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Dalek-TheSupreme Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2014
But of course.
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Snakeman2013 Featured By Owner May 24, 2013   General Artist
I agree with that. It sounded like an old man on the death chair
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DrSaurus Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012
Great work! Looks amazing :D
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chelseri Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Student Photographer
why
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lilrebel19987 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I love walking with dinosaurs! And walking with beasts and walking with monsters... And every other dinosaur/prehistoric creatures documentary there is!!!!!!!! So this drawing made my day it sooooo cool!!!!!
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acepredator Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014
IMO the most inaccurate prehistoric animal documentaries ever. They should do an accurate Walking With Predators (Cambrian to 750 AD)
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Dalek-TheSupreme Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
Actually, it's become a bit dated. The Tyrannosaurus was much bulkier, a fully grown Diplodocus did not grow up to be as big as those portrayed in the series, and we now know that the Dromaeosaurus and Utahraptor were feathered. Also, Liopluerodon and Ornithocheirus were not as big as they were portrayed. However, it was amazing by the standards of the time it came out. The dinosaurs at least looked great and realistic, the science behind it was top notch for 1999, and a lot of the behavior of the dinosaurs is still accurate today. If it weren't for WWD, I wouldn't have become so fond of dinosaurs.
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acepredator Featured By Owner Edited Jun 25, 2014
Why would they put UTAHraptor in Europe-it's named for a reason. Did they even read?

Raisuchids were much faster and stealthier than in the film. The series made many advanced predators look like clumsy, slow, loud idiots.

And I was referring to the other WW and its spinoffs as well.

The WW series was BS even for its own time. The only reason I watch is for graphics and because the deadliest hunters tend to be female (as in real life)

IMHO they need to make a Walking With Predators, from the Cambrian to the Early Holocene (1200 A.D), with 35 episodes, and with none of the inaccuracies. 
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Dalek-TheSupreme Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014
Sorry, I misread your comment. Your idea for a "Walking With Predators" series sounds like a great idea that I'd love to see, especially with more accurate facts about dinosaurs by modern science standards. My ideas for the starring  predators:
1. Anomalocaris (Cambrian)
2. Giant Orthocone (Ordovician)
3. Pterygotus (Silurian)
4. Dunkleosteus (Devonian)
5. Meganeura (Carboniferous)
6. Dimetrodon (Early Permian)
7. Gorgonopsid (Late Permian)
8. Postosuchus (Triassic)
9. Dilophosaurus (Early Jurassic)
10. Allosaurus (Late Jurassic)
11. Liopleurodon (Late Jurassic)
12. Giganotosaurus (Early Cretaceous)
13. Kronosaurus (Early Cretaceous)
14. Tylosaurus (Late Cretaceous)
15. Tyrannosaurus (Late Cretaceous)
16. Gastornis (Early Eocene)
17. Basilosaurus (Late Eocene)
18. Andrewsarcus (Late Eocene)
19. Enteledont/Daeodon (Oligicene)
20. Dinofelis (Pliocene)
21. Smilodon (Early Pleistocene)
22. Homo sapiens (Late Pleistocene)
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acepredator Featured By Owner Edited Jun 27, 2014
My Idea:
Cambrian (Anomalocaris)
Ordovician (Cameroceras, the giant orthocone, and sea scorpions)
Silurian with (Pterygotus)
Devonian (Dunkleosteus)
Carboniferous (Meganeura, Rhizodus, Pulmonoscorpio, and amphibians)
Carboniferous ocean (Edestus)
Permian Ocean (Helicoprion)
Permian Siberia (Inostrancevia, the largest gorgonopsid ever)
Triassic ocean (Thalattoarchon, the first apex marine reptile)
Triassic South America (Fasolasuchus the largest raisuchid ever)
Morrison Formation (Saurophaganax, Allosaurus, Torvosaurus, and Ceratosaurus)
Jurassic oceans (Predator X, Machimosaurus, Tyrannoneustes, Plesiosuchus, Dakosaurus, and Temnodontosaurus)
Early Cretaceous China (Microraptor, Sinornithosaurus, Sinocallipterix)
Early Cretaceous Antarctica (Ridge Ripper, Koolasuchus, Cardabiodon, and Kronosaurus)
E.C. North America (Acrocanthosaurus, Deinonychus)
E.C. South America (Giganotosaurus, Ekrixinatosaurus, Megaraptor)
E.C. Africa (Spinosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, Sauroniops, Deltadromeus, Sarchosuchus, Kaprosuchus)
Late Cretaceous North America (Daspletosaurus, Deinosuchus)
L.C. Western Interior Seaway (Tylosaurus, Cretoxyrhina, Xiphactinus, Elasmosaurus, Tusoteuthis, and Parapuzosia)
L.C. Mongolia (Gigantoraptor, Deinocheirus as a fish-eater, Velociraptor, Tarbosaurus)
L.C. Hateg Island (Haztegopteryx, Balaur)
L.C. Madagascar (Madtsoida, Majungasaurus, Rahonavis, Masiakasaurus, Beelzebufo)
L.C. Hell Creek (T.rex)
Paleocene South America (Titanoboa, plus an undescribed 12m croc species)
Early Eocene Europe (Pristichampus and Ambulocetus)
Late Eocene oceans (Basilosaurus, Otodus, Palaeophis, and its larger cousin Pterosphenus)
Oligocene Mongolia (Crocodylus bugitense)
Miocene North America (Daeodon, Hyenadon, Amphicyon, Barburofelis, Epicyon)
Miocene Pacific (Megalodon, Livyatan, Macrodelphinus, Thalassoleon, Pelagiarctos, Giant Mako, giant penguins, and Pelagornis)
Miocene South America (Purrusaurus, Chubutophis, Saurocetes Stupendemys, Megapiranha, Kelenken)
Pliocene Africa (Machairodus, Enhydrion, Crocodylus anthropophagus, Dinofelis)
Pleistocene Australia (Megalania, Quinkana, Thylacoleo, Wonambi, Genyornis, and Propleus, a predatory kangaroo. Also explains how people wiped these predators out and the beginning of the end)
Pleistocene North America (Smilodon, Homotherium, Woodward's eagle, Dire Wolf, American Cheetah, American Lion. All extinct due to people)
Holocene New Zealand (Haast's eagle, Eyles' Harrier, NZ Longfin Eel. The first two extinct due to people)

I want to have most predators as female, because a. female predators are more BA (bigger, faster, smarter) than males and b. I am sick of portraying predators as masculine when the reality is the opposite.
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lilrebel19987 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
true they don't get everything right however the animation and scenery is just too pretty to pass up on
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acepredator Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014
Who cares about animation people still believe all kinds of crap because of that series
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Jdailey1991 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2015
I care about the animation.
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lilrebel19987 Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
people who care about animation are people who plan on minoring in animation in college thank you very much
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acepredator Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014
But documentaries must be also accurate or at least plausible
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Jdailey1991 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014
Seriously, is accuracy the ONLY thing that matters to you?!
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acepredator Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014
For god's sake, this is a documentary and inaccuracies (portraying things as vicious is equally wrong but is included in inaccuracies) are not tolerable.
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lilrebel19987 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
i guess, but there are those things called 'mocumentaries' that are about like mermaids or something, maybe they should have called it that *shrug*
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IsisMasshiro Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012
Have a nice day ^^
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Aoi-Okami Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2012
awesome drawing :D
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eifle79 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012
I don't trow the horn should bleed...
anyways, I like this, very realistic picture.
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IsisMasshiro Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012
I'm not sure should it, but it was in that way in the book.
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StorytellerLouis Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2012
This is awesome
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hunterdude123 Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
dude nice work
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spinosaur67 Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012  Student Digital Artist
poor torosaur
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Forgotten-Epoch Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
Awesome dinosaurs! The details are amazing!
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Yoshisaurous Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
tag! I love tag!
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TOASTme69 Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
That looks really cool!! I just started getting into drawing dinos
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ShutterBugBaby Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh my god I used to watch that programme when I was wee! Love it!
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Rabies92 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2011
Jes, netistä löytyi Matkalla dinosaurusten kanssa-fani! Kiinnostaisiko sinua yhtään allekirjoittaa semmoinen adressi, jonka tarkoituksena on, että Matkalla dinosaurusten kanssa-dvd:stä otettaisiin uusi suomenkielinen painos? [link]
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IsisMasshiro Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2011
Kukapa tietäis Oo
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mexicanzilla Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
the most awesome series in all the story
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