This was the reason for my three month hiatus,a huge Mapusaurus "family portrait".It pretty much does what it says on the tin.I made a composite skull as the base from similar sized specimens and used MCF-PVPH 108.115's maxilla for nearly every skull but #108.11+169,as they were all juveniles and sub-adults.It is interesting to see how rounded MCF-PVPH 108.115's maxilla was as opposed to how elongated MCF-PVPH 169+11's were.There is a decent amount of un-photographed or un-illustrated material that I could not reconstruct,but it would most likely fit into this scale.In relation to Tyrannotitan and Giganotosaurus the adults look more like Carcharodontosaurus in their maxilla's build as opposed to Giganotosaurus' block-of-a maxilla,their postorbital-palpebral complex is thicker and more angled than that of Giganotosaurus,its lacrimal is not as tall as the latter's and its orbital fenestra is wider,not to mention its massively constructed dentary.If you have any comments or critiques,write them up and I will be sure to read them and reply.Enjoy.
P.S. Please do not use my old Mapusaurus skull anymore,it was good while it lasted though,and don't use without permission.Thank you.
References:-Coria and Currie,2006.A new carcharodontosaurid(Dinosauria,Theropoda)from the Upper Cretaceous of Argentina.
-Scott Hartman's Giganotosaurus skeletal