Many thanks for making this. It's a good reminder of why dromaeosaurs & the like are my favorite non-bird dinos (I.e. Their similarities to modern birds make it easier to imagine what they were like when alive). I especially like Figure D, partly b/c it reminds me of "Microraptor Threat Display" (which is based on an eagle-owl: https://www.deviantart.com/ewilloughby/art/Microraptor-Threat-Display-340134573 ). Also, the troodontid in "Dinosauria Animated Series" does the same kind of display (See 1:57: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bczetlOc3Q ).
I'm just glad you're back & posting deviations. I've always admired your work, but especially in recent times. It just keeps getting better & better. Thanks to you, Brusatte's "The Age of Dinosaurs" has 1 of my favorite dino book covers ever. 1 thing I've been meaning to ask: Do you know where online 1 can find a larger version of the illustration at 0:24? Many thanks in advance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NguZJ3QSPh4
Is this the same model as the 1 in "Jurassic Park - Scientifically Accurate T.rex Breakout + VFX Breakdown"? Just wondering.
I've been meaning to ask since finding out about your Torosaurus: Was the color scheme inspired by Sibbick's fish-eating Segnosaurus ( https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-VcQjrFKcLZk/T942UIvZpMI/AAAAAAAAA9U/pb7ZPbqCKd4/s1600/Weirdos.jpg )? Either way, I love it!