A skull for Banguela oberlii, reconstructed from inference to dsunagripterids. Only the tip of the lower jaw is preserved; the rest of the skull is generalized dsungaripterid, but the front of the upper jaw is drawn as though it should be to match the lower jaw.
Congratulations for the discovery
Ah, thank you. It's rather Veldmeijer's discovery, we just subjected it to more thorough scrutiny.
Very nice, now I understand why are you saying about the mandibule, I'll try to do another 3D model more based in this interpretation!
amazing! how do you do these illustrations? are they traditional polished in photoshop? also, did you draw it twice or is it the same picture with the jaws posed differently through computer "magic?"