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Thalassodromeus sethi

Thalassodromeus sits as one of the largest known Tapejarids with a stunning crest that, in the fossil, bears a strong resemblence to the headpiece worn by the Egyptian God Amun, this however is likely taphonomic and as such is not present in our life reconstruction of this taxon.

This reconstruction was commissioned by @Sharffffff on Twitter.

Model produced in Blender with the sculpt (wrinkles, musculature and integument) being produced in Zbrush and Substance 3D Painter. Skeletal reconstruction produced in GIMP.

Thalassodromeus sethi full body render.

Thalassodromeus sethi full body render.

Thalassodromeus sethi skeletal reconstruction.

Thalassodromeus sethi skeletal reconstruction.

Thalassodromeus sethi head closeup.

Thalassodromeus sethi head closeup.

Thalassodromeus sethi head closeup normal map.

Thalassodromeus sethi head closeup normal map.

Thalassodromeus sethi wing.

Thalassodromeus sethi wing.

Thalassodromeus sethi wing normal map and displacement.

Thalassodromeus sethi wing normal map and displacement.