Trendsetters by =ChrisMasna:


Fashion raptors? Convergent evolution? Why not? OK, I know this is not THE most probable situation, but it still could be in some cases. After all, Sinosauropteryx is quite similar to a Red Panda… so why not to use modern birds color schemes for members of maniraptora? Even when their lifestyles are not the same than the birds I used as inspiration, I think it is an interesting work.Each dinosaur was “dressed up” with an actual bird feather-scheme. The big name is for the dinosaur, the small name below is for the bird.*THE STRAIGHT LINES MARKS THE GROUND LEVEL FOR EACH SPECIES**The height of the girl is about 1.8m*References:Utahraptor skeletal drawing belongs to *Shartman. [link]Austroraptor, Unenlagia and Buitreraptor belongs to *Qilong. [link]Deinonychus shape belongs to Greg Paul.And Vogue is a trademark etc…


(Note that the skeletal on which the Utahraptor was based is now outdated; read more here.)

Trendsetters by =ChrisMasna:

Fashion raptors? Convergent evolution? Why not? OK, I know this is not THE most probable situation, but it still could be in some cases. 
After all, Sinosauropteryx is quite similar to a Red Panda… so why not to use modern birds color schemes for members of maniraptora? Even when their lifestyles are not the same than the birds I used as inspiration, I think it is an interesting work.

Each dinosaur was “dressed up” with an actual bird feather-scheme. The big name is for the dinosaur, the small name below is for the bird.

*THE STRAIGHT LINES MARKS THE GROUND LEVEL FOR EACH SPECIES*
*The height of the girl is about 1.8m*

References:
Utahraptor skeletal drawing belongs to *Shartman. [link]
Austroraptor, Unenlagia and Buitreraptor belongs to *Qilong. [link]
Deinonychus shape belongs to Greg Paul.

And Vogue is a trademark etc…

(Note that the skeletal on which the Utahraptor was based is now outdated; read more here.)