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Dromaeosaur parade

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By Durbed   |   
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A new scale chart featuring some of the most prominent members of Dromaeosauridae.
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Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
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Atlantis536Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I saw this on Wikipedia. Look up Microraptor, Dromaeosaurus, Austroraptor, Velociraptor, Utahraptor or Deinonychus and you'll see it.
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AnonymousLlama428Hobbyist General Artist
I remember seeing this on Vsauce. Congratulations!
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DurbedHobbyist Digital Artist
You said that as if they asked for my permission or something :D (Big Grin)  ( no one ever does) but thanks, I guess. 
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ShikogoHobbyist General Artist
I mean, you released it under creative commons, so they can use it. Anyway, awesome drawing! I didn't know about microraptors until now, they are adorable. 
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AnonymousLlama428Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome, I guess......=P (Razz) 
thatsgoodeatin's avatar
Saw this on the latest Vsauce vid!
5LU5T's avatar
Is the coloration hypothetical, esp. 3?
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DurbedHobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, all of the color schemes are hypotethical. We don't know the coloration of these species yet.
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PineRainHobbyist General Artist
Cool! What are those two smaller ones on the ground?
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DurbedHobbyist Digital Artist
Dromaeosaurus and Velociraptor- their reference number are above each animal, but I guess they're a bit hard to see.
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PineRainHobbyist General Artist
Thank you. I can't believe I didn't notice them before XD
This is a great reference picture, by the way :)
RichKeller's avatar
This is great for all sorts of reasons. It makes me wonder just how big natural history's largest feather could have been.

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I would think probably those of Deinocheirus would be the biggest. Ornithomimus is thought to have had large display feathers on its arms and if Deinocheirus had the same, those would be massive.
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Nice. Looking at this, Deininychus wasn't really that big was it?
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DurbedHobbyist Digital Artist
Yep, definitely a not-so-terrible claw. Not sure why they used to depict it bigger than it really was, back in the 90´s...
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If there's 1 thing I like about your drawings, its the creative colorations. In this case, it's especially true for your Austroraptor & Utahraptor. I also like the top hat guy. My only problem w/this drawing is the Velociraptor (Something looks off about its wings), but that's just a nitpick.
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DurbedHobbyist Digital Artist
The Velo wings are driving me crazy, already updated them twice but can´t make them work the way I want. I probably should just start from scratch with a pure profile picture.

Thanks for the compliments. I was about to stick to my old Utahraptor colors but this somehow seems more realistic, yet less striking.
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pilsatorHobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah, amazing! Love the new colors for the deinonych.
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DurbedHobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks man. Yes, the old one colors looked too much like Velociraptors, also not a big fan of crests on dromies, but I wanted to show some diversity here.
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WitchyStellaStudent Digital Artist
Beautiful! I like that you added a dapper gent as size reference person :iconisayplz:
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DurbedHobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, those indecent naked waving guys in dinosaur charts have to go. Thanks
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What ho! Given their apparent intelligence and ornamentation, old bean, I would declare that dromaeosaurs were probably the dapper gents of the Cretaceous. Spot of tea?
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DurbedHobbyist Digital Artist
I concur.
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WitchyStellaStudent Digital Artist
Quite so! I agree, ol' chap.
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