For the National Dinosaur Museum in Canberra, Australia
Cryolophosaurus was a 20 ft long theropod that lived in Antarctica. Although the continent was higher up and warmer back then, it still was in the arctic circle, and most likely had snowy winters. I couldn't stop myself from giving him fuzzy feet, although it's just artistic speculation.
This one looks better more than Yutyrannus with fluffy coats that adapted cold-envierment. An especially also it was possibly Dilophosauridea member, it means more close relative of Dilophosaurus than to Carnosauria as possible.
I LOVE IT!!! he is so beautiful i wish i was as good and the fluffy\snowshoe foot design is just stunning when i start posting deviations and you see them you will probably laugh out loud i suck i think i suck because i am only nine i used my mom's birth date to get in but according to my mom i am expert for my age sometimes i actually feel that way myself but i truly humble at this great piece of art
Oh...he is beautiful! I love how furry he looks! Yes...even the feet. But I completely believe they would have been fluffy-like. Warm feathers for those wintry times. Presently my favorite dinosaur and you do him SO much justice!!!
For the national Museum in Canberra eh? I might have to go there and have a looksie. I think its one of the few museums in australia I havent been to. I went to the melbourne one recently and enjoyed their Dinosaurs From China Display, among the rest of their dino displays. .. Just not enough Dinosaur Stuff around here me says! Very well done. Love then enrgy you give to your paleo drawings (and everythign else!)