Hugely speculative depiction of a latest Triassic crocodylomorph from New Mexico, but I like the way it turned out.
Redondaventor is one of the last (probable) Triassic crocodylomorphs in North America, and it is quite a bit bigger than most of Late Triassic sphenosuchians. There is also a skeleton from the Ghost Ranch Coleophysis Quarry (another latest Triassic site) with a skeleton initially interpreted as a young rauisuchid (possibly Postosuchus), but now thought by some to be a very large crocodylomorph as well, and I know of at least one other big specimen of similar age, so there seems to have been rauisuchid-sized crocodile relatives running around at the end of the Triassic. The restoration here combines the Ghost Ranch specimen and Redondavenator, with parts of the skull filled in by Postosuchus (a very close relative of crocodylomorphs). So, there is a lot of conjecture and the image may or may not show a real animal, but I liked the way it came out.
Looks good for sure, and this was a... what exactly Poposaur, relative of Revueltosaurus