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TFiF: 12 Million Years Introduction :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 65 20 The Kong :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 51 27 Another skullcrawler :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 65 24 Cave sharks :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 64 28 No spinning Earth: The cynodonts, North region :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 59 18 Skullcrawler-Spec Challenge :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 87 37 Skull crawler preview :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 71 38 Vellipteran :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 38 11 Archosaurus, lipped edition :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 40 11 Sagan 4 sapient species :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 48 10 Sagan 4 faces :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 42 25 After a Nuclear Cold War :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 44 15 TFiF: Monyepembun :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 50 8 Fluvial Gigamouth :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 47 19 Goosebat :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 62 22 Oceanus: Magnificent flyers :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 48 23


Jikke Bird :iconinkgink:InkGink 11 6 Seamoose :icondontknowwhattodraw94:Dontknowwhattodraw94 36 14 Protoaxites :iconhyrotrioskjan:Hyrotrioskjan 72 5 Borhyaena :iconwsnyder:WSnyder 21 2 Cyclops, Giant III :iconkingovrats:KingOvRats 40 10 Random Sketches :iconmegabass22:megabass22 28 11 Mareserperizoans :iconmegabass22:megabass22 37 9 Union of Pacific New England :iconsir-conor:Sir-Conor 20 2 The Empire in Exile :iconsir-conor:Sir-Conor 45 0 Endermen and Porticles :iconbiofauna25:Biofauna25 22 0 Nna Moi :iconviergacht:Viergacht 73 3 The endeavour of the Audacious Space Astronauts :iconjakeukalane:Jakeukalane 16 10 Keroplatid Fly. :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 56 5 Cryolophosaurus :iconhyrotrioskjan:Hyrotrioskjan 134 16 Skull crawler :iconjonagold2000:JonaGold2000 81 23 Spec Evo Challenge - The Skullcrawler :iconthejuras:TheJuras 36 11



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TFiF: 12 Million Years Introduction
The great plains in America have now expanded and have reached parts further north, covering much of what was Canadian territory to a large extent. Some animals are quite familiar, however, these belong to new species that replaced their ancestors when minor but abrupt changes in the climate led to the extinction of certain species. The Prairie buffalo (Seismotaurus sp.) are one of the dominant herbivores of the continent, being the continuation of the giants bovids that once thrived during the ice ages like the bison and their ancestors introduced by humans, the Bos taurus. Some carnivores have remained unchanged in form, although over time new species and genera emerged, such as the Therocanis, one of the several descendants of wolves and dogs that have grown in comparison to their predecessors, and the small Ashen Fox (Vulpex cinerus), a minor carnivore of the prairies that despite not having a prominent role as an alpha predator is still interesting. A lonely male Therocanis had the misfortune to meet an angry male, so he has to flee quickly before the great herbivore manages to catch up. Around all of them, many of the now common Woolly Chested Elk (Macrocervus velli) congregate in small groups which they graze during the summer, and in winter they take shelter in the forests.


This is only a small portrait of what represents the daily life of the inhabitants of the early days of the Lethargocene epoch, 12 million years after our time and just 4 million years since the end of the Holocene. The world during this time has entered in a period of stability after millions of years of minor but circumstantial changes in the climate, the geography and biodiversity, being the major event that drives the world on this situation the end of the major glaciar period just 7 to 8 million years after us.

The fauna around the world is a rare combination of survivors, invaders, reintroduced and new varieties of species, this because of the anthropogenic interactions and migrations during the human age, despite having passed more than 12 million years, some animals introduced in certain territories maintained and prospered alongside the natives, as well as certain species that had been saved by humans at the end of its era on earth. The emergence of new varieties of animals was due to the end of the glacial cycles of the Holocene, with the recoil of ice, a considerable amount of large fauna perished, together with subsequent exchanges between continents.

North America is a continent dominated largely by great herbivores like the bovids, new varieties of cervids, swine, pronghorns and equines that proliferated in the last 4 million years across the continent, although equines were reduced with the emergence of large forests. Among the dominant carnivores are the canids, felines and some terrestrial crocodiles in the south. Some of the last and largest known bears inhabit the north and central parts of the continents, being mostly herbivorous, being replaced to a great extent by procyonids as the main omnivores. There are some rarities that came from South America, such as primate populations, tapirs, armadillos, among others that have adapted and are now part of the mega and meso fauna.

On Greenland, the territory is large enough and with sufficient isolation time to create a different variety of fauna, including medium-sized bovids, tall deer, large felines descended from lynx, glutton-sized mustelids who have taken the place of bears, huge pigs and a variety of terrestrial birds and reptiles resistant to cold temperatures; The peninsula of Baja California had separated several million years ago from the main continent forming a new isolated island, so it is now the permanent environment of an interesting variety of mammals, birds and reptiles, including small goats, huge and heavy lagomorphs, carnivorous roadrunners, heavy lizards and one of the last true bears; In the Antilles, rodents are prominent mammals, however, these islands as a whole maintain a much higher variety of reptiles and birds like huge herbivorous iguanas, small terrestrial caimans, large agamids, birds of prey, etc.

South America after having experienced the largest wildlife exchange in its existence and now again isolated has kept an interesting mosaic of fauna product of this event, being the predominant herbivores the ungulates like deer, camelids and bovids without the Notoungulates, although that the perissodactyls like the horses and especially tapirs are still around. The main predators are formed by felines, although these are new varieties descendant from minor species like ocelots or domestic cats, some medium size didelphids, peccaries and even some bird species. Armadillos have begun to take a role in the megafauna, however, some are taking different roles apart from being herbivorous there are also omnivorous and even carnivorous forms.

Iceland since the last ice age became almost a virgin land, only being populated by two species of mammals, and the rest of the recent colonizers birds. Foxes have taken the main carnivore niches and the arctic hare descendants are large and medium sized grazers. Ptarmigan and Anseriformes are the recent herbivore birds of the region and falcons and owls have been established as the main avian predators.

Europe has undergone a series of changes in the zoogeography since the end of the ice ages with the disappearance of the Mediterranean Sea, being part of a slight interchange of several species coming from the north of Africa, although the Sahara and the great plateau of the Mediterranean have provided a huge natural barrier to further migration. The predominant megafauna is formed by large and medium sized bovids, deer, horses, suids, canids, etc. but also have proliferated new generations of large felines descended from cats and lynx, large mustelids that have taken the role of bears, and some terrestrial primates migrants of Africa have been established in the west.

Africa has undergone major transformations with the split of its eastern territory and the union of the north with Europe. Species of hogs, antelopes and buffaloes and the few remains of the giraffid are the largest herbivores now duet to the extinction of the last mega mammals in the continent. There are still large carnivores such as lions, hyenas, cheetahs and leopards; however, they have diversified into new varieties.

Aaru is the new subcontinent created by the rift valley, is the last bastion of most African native megafauna, having some of the last relics of pre-glacial periods that have now disappeared around the world even like the last species of African elephants, rhinos, and others, but most of them being reduced in size. The dominant carnivores of the region are mainly a mixture of large cats, canids and apes.

Madagascar has recovered from the great loss of diversity of fauna which had suffered since the Pleistocene. In the area of the megafauna new and great lemurs have emerged, fossa and rodents, but also there has been a resurgence of the great avifauna after millions of years, these came from pigeons, cuckoos and passerines.

Asia maintains a huge mosaic of different environments, divided by great geological barriers and the great immensity of the continent: Middle East still remains as a deserted area, its territory has gradually increased in some parts due to the collision of the plates, added to that some of the nearby bodies of water have eventually disappeared like the red sea and the ; Western and Central Asia has presented a slight change in the distribution of the flora, being forests of conifers more common but still being the predominant prairies;  The Arctic/Siberian region is much warmer, the taiga has been reduced and now is covered by large amount of forests and with short and warm winters with few snow covering; India, East Asia, Japan and The southeast regions (formed by Sundaland, Wallacea, Philippines and many other islands near) still have a relative climate as in the early Quaternary, but have lost much of their iconic fauna, leaving few survivors like the elephants, tapirs and orangutans among others.

As in most of the world, large artiodactyls such as large bovines, camelids, deer, antelopes are the predominant large herbivores, along with carnivorous such as large canids and felids. Due to the fragmentation of the environments and the large size, there is an enormous diversity of species adapted to their respective territories.

Australia and its unique fauna and environments suffered a great loss during the Pleistocene and Holocene, and still recovering from it, marsupials now have competition from placentas such as camels, buffaloes, rodents and canids that were once brought by humans and thrived. But even in these circumstances, Marsupials still remain as the predominant group in the continent, being Dasyurids common medium sized carnivores, bandicoots have begun to diversify into new varieties of large omnivores, and macropods and wombats are still the common herbivores. New Guinea Has not underwent major changes other than the migration of some new varieties of animals from Australia.

Most of the rest of pacific islands like Hawaii and Galapagos To this point have largely eroded, and been replaced by other new islands that were formed by the eruption of hot spots that once formed them, being colonized eventually by new waves of animals, especially birds, some crocodilians, testudines’ and squamates species and bats.

New Zealand is one of the regions that has undergone most changes, having lost much of the native birdlife and is now the residence of a variety of invaders, being some of the permanent colonizers large herbivores like goats and horses and also some small mammals like possums, hares and bats, and the few birds like the magpies and Canadian geese.  Much of the native avifauna was transformed due to this sudden migration, the majority being extinct, and others adapting to the new number of competitors, few species like the keas became some of the predominant carnivorous birds.

Antarctica has lost a good part of the ice sheet that once covered its coastal terrain and has resulted in formation of tundra, composed partly of mosses, lichens and bryophytes, sustains a basic terrestrial food chain, being the first residents in colonizing these territories several types of birds from South America and some species Australia and New Zealand.


Well, officially starts TFiF, welcome to the future Wink/Razz 


Well again my core membership just arrived at its fateful end, and I must say, it was an interesting experience, almost more than 6 months (the first 3 months given by an anonymous user) without any annoying announcements and several options that without core I couldn’t have done it, although I did not use most to tell the truth, so it was kind of unnecessary, but whatever. Thanks to :iconinkgink: again for these last 3 months core, I will always appreciate it. It is likely that I will not renew this at least in the near future, I have no way of paying for it at the moment, and I do not see it as a high priority, I am quite satisfied with just being a common member.

On the other hand, main points of projects…

The Future is Far

Many have noted the high number of entries that I have made concerning the different possible things that exist in this project of future evolution, especially for the already established periods of time, continental drift and history in general without going into detail, and several parades of animal groups, however the original idea of this project was to tell it period by period, in different chapters to achieve extensive recording of the fauna and flora of the planet in each point of time, and I believe that it is time now to start with that routine. Soon I will show the introduction of the first period to visit this future, in this case a point in the future not so far, around 12 million years after ours, a rather calm time of warmer temperatures after the end of the ice ages.

Holocene park

A couple of weeks ago I unveiled some images on Tumblr about some concepts that I had kept (here……), as well as one image of a feline when I unveiled in "The horse is reconstructed" (this last one is part of this project too) These three images that show the different interpretations of some Holocene mammals with the 19th century paleoart style made for an advance intelligent alien species that inhabits the earth in a point in the future.

This is largely the construction of the general view of these beings on how the world was long before its appearance on this planet, as each organism has interpreted with a great inaccuracy as we have done in past times, adding to the fact that they are probably more unfamiliar to the morphology of extinct animals. Before entering fully with what the story is going to be, it is good to construct everything that has led these beings to think why they consider the strange representations of the Holocene animals as accurate from its point of view.

Alternative paths

In the first place it would be good to explain that almost all the creatures of alternative evolution that I have created to this point, the sauropod predator, the small arboreal Ankylosaur and the one that has a similarity to a groveback, the hybrids stuff, the majority belongs to the same project of a multiversal scale which you guys see the name above. The idea is itself on humanity to discover interdimensional travel, making exploratory journeys into these alternative worlds, know about what would be and recording what exists into these ones, observing the level of divergence and collecting the fauna and flora data. The only thing I left out has been the human factor, concentrating completely on creatures and not following a story, just creating random concepts. It is unlikely that for the moment I will work mainly on the story of why or how humanity achieved the interdimensional journey (is mostly because this part is very related to others projects about the future of mankind), at least for the time being, however, I will continue with the alt evo investigations and will probably start working on individual worlds soon.


Alternative Extreme Earths and Cambrian Mars

The reason why I put both projects in the same line is because both are going to take the same course, the redesign ... now that I am looking back on these projects that have been more than two years of existence, I think they deserve an appropriate change.

On Cambrian Mars I will try to enter more deeply into what would be natural history, it was my mistake to give only a couple of paragraphs to describe the life on each period without working better, in addition to that I will modify the morphology of animals and plants, although that at the same time I would preserve some of the old designs like the synapsid like terrestrial Dinocaridid.

About Alternative Extreme Earths, are mostly just little redesigns on the one of the only 2 groups of animals that I did for the no spinning earth, being the cynodonts. Thinking in depth, I still think of doing the other worlds I had established, however, these will undergo minor changes and some of them will be withdrawn due to time and focus.

SE chart

After a long time without any main activity about the spec creatures into the main chart, and apart of the real life chart, I started slowly the next wave of creatures that will be included in the V2 chart, including species not originally have added with the others, some new emerged over the months, and coming next new species for others projects. It has been a long time because of the focus I have given to other projects, personal things on real life and mainly because I have been trying to read the large number of existing projects to add such organisms into this new update, and I still have to read many more.

I was also considering the points by which some other projects could or could not be added, I will still keep the same principles, adding others as complexity of the work and above all the fact that these should be mostly related to the SE community that we know (The SE forum, DA community) and nothing fan-made works and things that streak with poor developed fantasy.

As an example here some already painted animals.

 Size12 by DragonthundersSeveral of the serine titanic birds, a retouch of a rhinograd in conjunction with other giant species that I had not noticed at the beginning, the Thunderwhale from settlers from the deep, the great Colossopede from Diyu, the dreadnought from the Alithocene, the giant snail (yes, looks like a big slug but is a descendant of a snail) psychophant (look where it came from…), and the strange Tiamat from Perdido.

And here the first sight of the Alien chart

Spec alien size chart by Dragonthunders

The largest terrestrial and aerial organisms from Nereus, Darwin IV, and just because they are already done, the Snaiad fauna in comparison with sme of the biggest walking and aereal organisms extinct and alive.

Remember, is just the beginning, there is a lot of aliens yet to be added :)

I think it would be good to also establish that I will not add some things that several Speccers know as Primeval or Metazoica. Primeval because they barely show something more deep about the future worlds where the few future animals came, because “monster television show” and Metazoica because I still see some things that are not plausible like multiple giant groups of mammals, mammals are the predominant group in air, land and water (?), etc.

Everything good for now, have nice day/night :D

Another skullcrawler
This came after brainstorming in a conversation a couple of weeks ago about suggestions for competition about what would be a "realistic" skullcrawler, in this case... a kangaroo, well, kangaroo related.

The skullcrawler (Thanatodidelphoides superpoda) is a huge predatory metatherian, a carnivorous macropod with a jaw very convergent to the Thylacine and with very atrophied forelimbs, giving the appearance of only having two limbs, is the last of a lineage of agile predators of what was a subcontinent in the eastern Pacific now only formed by a pair of islands. With about 5 meters in length, is a formidable hunter, able to take down many of the different large inhabitants of its native island, including great cattle and the greater apes known.

I honestly do not think I'm going to introduce this idea to the competition because it's not completely my idea besides that I do not know if more entries from one person could be accepted.

Edit: Eh, who cares, forget the last paragraph, it seems that this design deserves to be introduced to the competition, so...
Second entry for :iconhyrotrioskjan: 's Spec Challenge (unless this isnt allowed)
Deadline 27th of March

The Kong
Just to break the skullcrawler-centrism for my side here is a big boy ape.

The kong is a quadrupedal heavy grazing primate with a huge head which display a giant "frill" similar to an orangutan. Some of its main predators are long semi-bipedal varanids and huge robust-jawed crocodiles.
Cave sharks
These are some concepts I had about a lineage of future sharks that were caught inside a cave system, these forms are descendants of species that had previously been adapted to live in fresh water, being all only less 10 cm long.

Above: High fronted shark, a strange mollusk eater which a jaw modified to capture and destroy shells of snails.
Right: Ghost cartilage, a transparent species that feeds on organic particles and microscopic organisms
Left: Leptoselachia, a shark with a extremely thin body 
Below: Cyclopthalmus: This species suffers from a defect that causes its species to develop congenital cyclopia, despite being partially blind, that is not a problem in a predominantly dark environment, depending most on its electroreceptive abilities.
No spinning Earth: The cynodonts, North region

After the Earth remained in its "non-rotating" form, climatic and environmental conditions became completely catastrophic in the first million years, reaching the point of exterminating a large amount of the fauna and flora of the earth at the same level as the Permian Extinction, leaving all the diversity of synapsids reduced to only the Cynodonts and Dicynodonts, however, in the world where they were to live both lineages would not be one to recover, but one that would remain in the same stage permanently. Interestingly due to the conditions of the equatorial supercontinent, divided two populations of the same group, each lineage evolving independently in each hemisphere, different spaces and different events led each branch to develop another group. In this case we will see the Northern Hemisphere lineages.

Going through the Early Mesozoic on the no-spinning earth, the cynodonts had a rather hard time being mostly small creatures that hid in their burrows, and this was not because they were overtaken by another group, but by the chaotic Climate and the extreme daytime and nighttime seasons that still impeded the proper development of more complex ecologies. Around 200 to 150 million years ago, the cynodonts had their first period of diversification thanks to the establishment of the first environments formed by the few conifers and surviving ferns, being predominant in the large and medium-size carnivorous niches, with many small generalist species.

Around 65 million years ago, the K/Pg extinction event occurred, however, due to the habitable conditions of the planet and the great resistance of the fauna was not as devastating as in our timeline, only eliminating certain groups and species (mostly megafauna) that depended on substantial quantities of food shortages during the event. With the disappearance of several of these groups, a lineage of mammalian-like forms rapidly diversified into the available niches both on land and water, becoming one of the dominant clades in the hemisphere. The few remaining true cynodonts resurfaced in new clades, some becoming effective flyers and powerful water dwellers.

a) Theropotami: these are medium size semiaquatic herbivores, being part of the Liponasid family, a mammalian-like group formed by herbivores and omnivores that dominates the pacific coasts. Unlike most of its fur relatives, these are one of the few types of animals that instead of being protected with a layer of wool, these rely heavily on body fat to maintain their temperature. This has 2 long incisors in the form of tusks, which use both for defense and to attack its rivals.

b) Aerobarchia: aerobarchians are a kind of flying cynodonts which evolved in the early Cenozoic, being the only lineage of synapsids able to develop true flight, and also being one of the few kind of animals that has been able to colonize the South territory. Its wings have 2 phalanges which support a membrane that extends towards the legs, giving a similar appearance to the bats and bats of our earth.

c) Delphicina: this is a high derived marine descendant of the cynodont, being part of a great family of aquatic synapsids called the Cetioboreons, the dominant aquatic tetrapod clade in the northern ocean. This species has evolved similarly to shaped whales; however, these still possess their hind limbs, and have not developed advanced echolocation.   Thanks to the fact that they are not limited for any geographic accident like its terrestrial relatives, these animals are able to continue migrating to territories where food is never scarce, being mainly around the light zone.

d) Bososaiga: this is a terrestrial form of Liponasid, descendant of arboreal species that inhabits in high forest regions around the pacific, is characterized by its strange appearance derivative, with huge forelimbs which are being supported by a single finger hoofed, a big hump, shorter back legs which ended in legs with 4 hooves distributed in a zygodactyl way, and a robust head with a short trunk-like nose which has the function of heating the air before entering the lungs during the winter.

e) Baropercussor: this is a kind of robust carnivore form descendant of the surviving cynodonts, is a huge opportunistic animal which feeds in the preys hunted by other predators. Are usually solitary, although they are able to congregate in small groups in case of being with cadaveres of large animals in the coasts. 

f) Raptostenus; a minor relative of the Baropercussor, It is an active semiaquatic predator being able to hunt an extensive variety hard shell animals such as gastropods, coastal ammonoids and crustaceans. It is much more graceful in form and appearance, having a relatively long neck and body, a flat head on top but robust at the bottom, legs and short tail.

g) Eusora: this species belongs to the basal forms of the Liponasids called “Vulgosoricid”, small generalist insectivorous species of cylindrical body with a short tail and legs, a triangular head and a long muscular nose. This species in particular lives on the coasts mainly, being a mollusk-eater, which live the woods of the conifer “mangroves”

h) Saltomuria: is a bipedal rodent-like Liponasid, being part of one of the most resistant types of animals on the planet, able to inhabit the semi-arid territories and with low amounts of oxygen, near the limits of the coast and inland territories of the central continent. It is characterized both by its appearance similar to a gerbil, and by having two long spurs which it uses as a defense against predators such as predatory Aerobarchia.


This is a new update of a old concept I did around the end of 2014  No spinning earth cynodonts by Dragonthunders
In this case I decided to give a little more derivation to each descendant of these animals.
I probably going to do more updates to this old proyect :)

Skullcrawler-Spec Challenge

In the deep forests of an island in eastern Asia near the Philippines, it is an unusual habitat for some species that managed to survive over time, including some relics of pre-mammalian era with some new arrivals from recent time which most of their continental counterparts disappeared. Among the diversity of oddities, there is a particular group of creatures that hide in the ground of this isolated territory, being the apex predators of the island, the Skullcrawlers (Sirenosuchus deinocephala)

These giant two-legged creatures are recognized as unique predators that are only found on this particular island, characterized by their strange morphology which does not coincide with another living tetrapod, being able to build burrows and remain underground for good amounts of time and only get outside of its burrows to get food, many known specimens have a length of about 5 to 7 meters, however, they are known thanks to the remains that these monsters can grow up to 10 meters long.
This type of animal had originally been interpreted as a type of squamata, probably relative to the Amphisbaenid, but new posteriol analyzes made to several smaller specimens found showed that this animal is actually a distant descendant of the temnospondyls, A branch that at some point in the triassic survived as burrowing siren-like creatures, and which passed through much of the Mesozoic hidden until the Cenozoic arrived, emerging in an isolated part with almost no competition.

At the beginning of their sighting they had been taken mainly as a type of cryptid, a creature of legend that was only known by stories and fleeting sightings. However, in the early 70's, people began to notice what would be series of attacks on the resident population of buffalos of the territory, being characteristic of these attacks the lack of thoracic cavity in most of the specimens. During an expedition it was possible to capture what would be the first and most well-known photo of the proof of the existence of a Skullcrawer.

Skull crawler preview by Dragonthunders
The specimen photographed is considered the largest of its kind, reaching up to 9 meters, has been dubbed "Great alpha", and is estimated to have an approximate age of about 90 years. It is known that they must have coexisted with an interesting variety of megafauna apart from the buffaloes, including a recently discovered type of large extinct primate relative to organgutans and not recognized as Giganthopitecus.

Entry for :iconhyrotrioskjan: 's Spec Challenge
I must say that it is in itself interesting to see how many ideas have been gathered, in addition to the level of people who are participating, really amazing. About the competition, the 
deadline is set for the 27th of March :) (Smile) 
Skull crawler preview
The demons live below us...
I call them Skull Crawlers...
because sounds neat...
I never said that name out loud before, it sounds stupid now that I think about it. You just call them whatever you want...

Hank Marlow, 1973.

Coming soon :D
The vellipterans are a group of Aeropulmonaptera (high derived flying pantopods) inhabitants of the martian tundras during the great ice age around the Crionian period (200 million years ago), unlike their thin, tropical ancestors, they developed various cold-holding features, including a coat of fur that completely covers its bodies even the membranous wings, are more compact body shape, and its blood has an antifreeze. The members of this species are mainly similar to the dipterans, being scavengers or parasites, although there are also carnivorous and pollinating species.


Normally I barely expose an uncolored image as it is not my habit, however, I wanted to share this because I am trying to make a gradual return to one of my oldest ideas, Cambrian 
Mars :)



Fabio Alejandro
Artist | Hobbyist | Other
El Salvador



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SpeculaTimsauru5 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Quick question, how do you put your pics in folders here? I juz cant!
Dragonthunders Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Artist
A) Before you submit a picture, there is Gallery and group option, open it and you would be able to choose in which Folders you want to put your pics.

B) Go to your main gallery page, up on the right there is the buttom "Edit page", press it and then you would be able to move or copy your images into a specific folder
SpeculaTimsauru5 Featured By Owner 5 days ago
thanks!!!:happybounce: Love 
Dinosaurguy10 Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2017   General Artist
whats the largest speculative animal in your gallery?
Dinodc98 Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks for the faves I appreciate it!
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