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Wendiceratops – 3D model

By November 17, 2016December 1st, 2016General

This is a 3D model I have been working on for a while. The ceraptops family is vast and varied, and their physical attributes  and head bone structures are strikingly different. Once assembled in 3D with a level of accuracy to the base bones, the animals appears smaller and more nimble that the typical ceratop.  Fossil hunter, Wendy Slobodan, discovered the bones for this species in 2010 in southern Alberta. The Wendiceratops lived 79 million years ago, and is one of the oldest examples of the Triceratops family.

Full given name for this species: Wendiceratops pinhornensis

Next phase for me is to better smooth out the muscle structure, and then texture and paint.