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The Butcherbird by Ashere The Butcherbird by Ashere
A Rahonavis attends a lizard it skewered on thorns some time past, in example of a slightly gruesome type of caching behavior. Inferred from the activities of the modern Shrike.
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mossoak Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2013
Yay, little shrike-dino!  I love the pose!
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gytalf2000 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013
Neat pic and concept!
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DinoBirdMan Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Student Artist
Nice work!;)
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Himmapaan Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Beautiful.
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:iconashere:
Ashere Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you very much! I'm debating whether or not to color it.
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Himmapaan Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
I shall look forward to it if you do.
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Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Professional General Artist
My Reaticodactylus should be also a dromaeosaur at first, good to see it now in this form. I love the fragility of the branch, it clarify the lightness of the animal :clap:
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Ashere Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Many thanks! I was inspired by a Loggerhead Shrike I saw while birding a few days back, and I liked the way the twigs swayed a little when it hopped on them.
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Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Professional General Artist
That's exactly what the drawing reproduce :nod:
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EWilloughby Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Professional General Artist
Very cool idea. I also enjoy seeing the dromaeosaur 'sickle claw' being used as a climbing/branch-grasping agent.
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