Hey Scott, quick question. While I've heard that most paleontologists specializing in raptor dinosaurs agree that the second toe claw is used for stabbing. I saw in a recent interview with Jim Kirkland that brought up a good point that supports the old slashing toe model. He said that the toe claw is laterally compressed in Utahraptor and, in life, may have had pseudo-serrations on it from the keratinous sheath having growth lines. Could this model be possible? The link to the interview is in this post. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tFfnfJrhfA
Greetings!, may i draw some of your art and post them as a deviation if i give you credit? if not that is also fine.
You can use my skeletals are anatomy guides for your drawings, but not just to trace or modify.