We start by conducting rigorous research into each animal, poring through academic literature, and sometimes even studying their fossils directly. Eventually, we develop a skeletal reconstruction of our creature in a dynamic, yet wholly plausible pose. Next, we find an inspiration for the color of our animal, derived from a modern-day species (in the case of our Uintatherium, an Eastern Bongo). Then, we set to work fleshing out a life restoration by building upon our skeletal, while integrating knowledge of the creature's musculature and tissue structure.
Once this process is complete, we translate both the skeletal and the life restoration into finely tuned and carefully stylized vector forms - preserving detail while permitting almost infinite flexibility of scale. Lastly, we superimpose the vectorized form of the skeletal on the vectorized life restoration to ensure perfect alignment, enabling us to achieve our trademark Fusion and X-Ray effects!
Facts About Uintatherium
- Uintatherium anceps (means "Beast of the Uinta mountains")
- The many-knobbed mammal of Wyoming
- Lived during the Eocene
- Examples of other prehistoric mammals include Brontotherium, Paraceratherium, and Arsinoitherium