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Ceratopsidae: Chasmosaurinae (version I) by Kana-hebi Ceratopsidae: Chasmosaurinae (version I) by Kana-hebi

The first poster of 2017 is finally here! This one too a LOT of work! Dinosaurs of the Ceratopsid subfamily Chasmosaurinae. This is the first of two versions of this poster (and my favorite). It includes the famous Triceratops (2 species), among 23 other taxa! Like my other dinosaur posters, this one includes species with enough fossil remains to be more or less confidently reconstructed. Here you can see Chasmosaurine from the bizarre frill and horns of Chasmosaurus, Mercuriceratops and Medusaceratops to the huge, more familiar, Triceratops and Torosaurus. The clade is arranged in an artistic cladogram based on recent research. I am really pleased with how this poster came out! and i hope you all enjoy it! A digital version is available for purchase here for purchase! You can also get a printed version at my RedBubble page: www.redbubble.com/people/serpe…

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:iconpacman4202:
pacman4202 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2017
Man, Id totally buy one if they didn't have quills. 
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pyrophone Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2017  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
Where is Triceracop? Wink/Razz 
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:iconmodelnut:
modelnut Featured By Owner Edited Jan 18, 2017
NICE!
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thanks!
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MistingWolf Featured By Owner Edited Jan 17, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Please tell me that a Stegosauridae/Huayangosauridae family sheet is planned! I'd love to see what you do with the plate designs.

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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2017  Professional General Artist
Stegosauria and basal ornithschians is the next one planned.
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:iconmistingwolf:
MistingWolf Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
:squee: 
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Godzilla0823 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2017  New Deviant
extraordinarily talented and love it but, doesn't triceratops lose its triangular extensions on the frill?  
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:iconspinosaurus14:
Spinosaurus14 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2017
So many hours of work...
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2017  Professional General Artist
INDEED!
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CartoonBen Featured By Owner Edited Jan 14, 2017  Student Digital Artist
You know what I think of how talented people like you design the ceratopsids' frills and their color patterns? They remind me of butterfly wings and peacock feathers (along with other birds of the male gender with decorative feathers). Either way, they look awesome.
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thank you very much!
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:icondontknowwhattodraw94:
Dontknowwhattodraw94 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice to see it finally out :D
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thank you!
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Dontknowwhattodraw94 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome!
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DanneArt Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
Love your art. Although wasnt the "quill-theory" kinda scrapped on atleast Triceratops? They had some holes they thought at first was quill-holes but was likely scutes or something like that?
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thedinorocker Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017
This one is a masterpiece!
hope to see species comparision like you did with lambeosaurini :)
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Professional General Artist
There will be a size chart with some of the taxa.
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:icondinosaurguy10:
Dinosaurguy10 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017   General Artist
heyyyyyyyyyyyy, thats pretty gud
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thanks!
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:iconcmipalaeo:
CMIPalaeo Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017
Wow! These are all so incredible, the patterning is so intricate. 
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thank you very much!
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:icondinohunter000:
DinoHunter000 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Excellent poster! Artistically, I really like the idea of a dark muzzle that transitions into a vibrant frill display pattern (eg. Mojoceratops).
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thank you!
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:iconthedilophoraptor:
TheDilophoraptor Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Do you plan on doing a Centrosaurine poster someday?
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Professional General Artist
At some point, yes
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:iconthedilophoraptor:
TheDilophoraptor Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I look forward to it.
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DinoMarioZilla Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
So sweet, love tha patterns you gave them!
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thank you!
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crimsonfox69 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing job really love it! but there is one little thing that i don't understand ... why all the quills in their rear ends ... i know that psittacosaurus had them but to think that every ceratopsian had them its not very logic for me ... for example "porcupines" they are rodents and have quills but not every rodent has quills... they belong to a special of family the Hystricidae and Erethizontidae within the rodentian family tree ... so this is my logic for the quills ... :D 
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Vahzah-Dovahkiin Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Keep in mind Porcupine quills are NOT the same as ceratopsian quills. I honestly hate that they ended up being called quills because they're honestly nothing like like quills.
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crimsonfox69 Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
ok I agree with the fact that are not the same ... but at the same time it was an analogy/example that we can not generalize an specific feature in a species and assume that all the species in a family must have it...
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Vahzah-Dovahkiin Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
That's like arguing against feathers on Tyrannosaurus. "Just because one of two relatives were found with feathers doesn't mean all of them had them." It's basic phylogeny.
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megabass22 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It looks amazing!
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thank you!
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AcroSauroTaurus Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017
So, when will the centrosaurine one be done? ;) Your work is amazing. I can draw like that with pencil, but my digital stuff never turns out as good...
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thank you very much! I won't be going back to ceratopsids for a bit 
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Evodolka Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
love it
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thank you!
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Evodolka Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
your welcome :D
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:iconcaptainjimmbob:
Why is Nedoceratops there?

And what's with the quills? Because Psittacosaurus had them that means every ceratopsian ever had them?
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TheDilophoraptor Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
We aren't sure whether or not more advanced ceratopsians had them or not, so this is probably part speculation, part science, and part artistic license.
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Oxalaiaq Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017

I knew that the spiky frill on the other post was Regaliceratops and was in doubt whether the other of orange frill was Eotriceratops or Ojotriceratops.

So I've got 1.5 rigth? :?
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Professional General Artist
Lol yeah
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:iconoxalaiaq:
Oxalaiaq Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017
2 questions:

1°: Which size is Titanoceratops?

2°:The next chart will be Therezinosaurus and fronds, right?
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Professional General Artist
Titanoceratops is 6.5 m. 

The next poster is Stegosauria and basal ornithischians 
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:iconoxalaiaq:
Oxalaiaq Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017
Thanks :)
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AntonellisofbBender Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Student Filmographer
cool collection
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:iconkana-hebi:
Kana-hebi Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Professional General Artist
Thanks
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:iconantonellisofbbender:
AntonellisofbBender Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Student Filmographer
no problem
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