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Velociraptor Mongoliensis Restored by TheDragonofDoom Velociraptor Mongoliensis Restored by TheDragonofDoom
Here is my finished velociraptor! Cute little guy, isn't he?

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Like I say on most of our drawings, your drawing skill is not in question here.

I am not exactly sure what kind of format you were heading for when making the final product. I was expecting a more CGI-like recreation of the velociraptor like what you did for your other organisms. Instead, you displayed your work as an oil painting style. Now if it was an oil painting, that would be great, however, it feels a bit awkward comparing it with its skeletal and muscle drawings.

I must say the design choices you gave the dinosaur are really unique. First, the hooked tongue is definitely something I did not expect, but it reminds me that as much of a protobird this animal was, it was still something completely different. As for the feathers, I find it fitting as the patterns match those of hawks and other birds of prey. Specifically, this picture reminds me of a lammergeyer (bearded vulture) with its orange, black and white colors.

Of course, you never fail to impress me. Keep drawing!

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CartoonBen Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2017  Student Digital Artist
:) (Smile) Nicely done. How are the invertebrates coming?
TheDragonofDoom Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2017
Not as of right now, but maybe in the future!
CartoonBen Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2017  Student Digital Artist
;) (Wink) Well, okay then. Just let me know, and keep up a GOOD work with the vertebrate animals!
asari13 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
comixqueen Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
I recommend you study the way feathers flow on birds more, as this one's feathers look raggedy and messy overall, which the larger feathers on the arms and tail looking like disparate elements.
BlueRavenfire Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
really great work :)
Timurlengia Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
One thing is inaccurate. The tail feathers should end at the end of the tail. Other than that great job!
Saberrex Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Actually, it's not. What is inaccurate is the tail's total length. It's too short. Short tails are more likely in Utahraptor given the new fossil evidence, but Volociraptor's tail was at least 1/3rd longer than what is shown here.
WHITHNEY Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2017
beautiful arrangement of feathers and colors, the only thing missing and a more aerodynamic head, the rest is very good.
AntonellisofbBender Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2017  Student Filmographer
WOW awesome
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