Xinjiangtitan shashanesis, the currently largest confirmable Mamenchisaur (as of time of writing). At over 26 meters in length, with almost 14 meters being its neck alone, this gargantuan Sauropod is the current record holder for the longest neck on the planet proportionally and is the largest complete neck ever discovered (as of time of writing).
This is the first of our reconstructions to utilise a UDIM system and as such was highly customisable with two alternate versions existing, one with several scrapes along its upper flank and an ancient scar on its thigh while the other is a much more freshly wounded individual with its chest wound being made up of very fresh scar tissue that has yet to dull like the older one. As such the two environment renders feature all three of the animals texture sets, the first one being a completely clean individual with no scarring and the second being the scarred individuals.
The assets utilised in the environment renders come from three blender addons:
Scatter - https://www.blendermarket.com/products/scatter
Botaniq - https://www.blendermarket.com/products/botaniq-trees
Nisarga - https://www.blendermarket.com/products/nisarga-add-on
Eyes made using this tutorial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0r0UnaIK_Y
Rocks featured in the renders come from the Quixel Megascans library.