So, I ended up making one of these again. Don't worry, there will be more interesting stuff here, eventually. My primary motivation for this: The fact that there are absolutely no decent reconstructions or restorations of this creature in existence.
Edit: Hypothetical portions shaded in grey.
Edit: Changed the pose—historically the running pose created by Greg Paul was a de facto standard for skeletal reconstructions among 'palaeoartists' but after recent discussions amongst palaeontologists and palaeolife artists, it is agreed that this cannot continue and we benefit both ourselves and each other to work out our own poses for skeletal recontructions. Here I have given the animal in question a more neutral walking pose that may have been typical of it in life (one of the problems that has arisen from the Greg Paul pose is that many artists, especially newer, less-experienced ones tend of constantly draw theropods at full speed, mouth agape, which would have been a more occasional stance to take in life).