Styracosaurus: Curse you scientists and your scientific accuracy!

My little shout out for some anatomy help in my last post was helpfully answered by Christopher, who pointed me at a very helpful paper by Michael J. Ryan, Robert Holmes and A. P. Russell on Styracosaur cranio facial anatomy. It even had pictures which always makes it just a little easier for artists.

So thanks to Chris’s link I was able to restructure my Styracosaur’s head quite a bit.

Getting things accurate is pretty important in this kind of work. The bread and butter of Palaeontolgists seems to be detail and accuracy, so they kind of like it when you get it right too!

Messed with values and anatomy elsewhere some more as well.

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