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My Drawing of a Velociraptor

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MemberAllosaurusSep-14-2015 7:01 PM

Well I have never done something like this but why now?


Well for this year in school I was require to take a History of American Art as part of a educational regime and one assignment we had to draw a illustration of anything that showed we understood art concepts, such as line, shape, shading, and all that fancy terms.


I was surprised in how mine turned out, I am not lying when I say this is probably the best I'll ever get, and it's nto the best but I'm still proud.


It's a male raptor looking for materials to build his nest.


Hope you guys find something neat about it, leave your honest comments below if you have any.

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Thanks for looking,



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ModeratorAllosaurusSep-14-2015 7:12 PM

The artwork is really, very nice.

The background could use some work honestly, but the Raptor himself is relatively awesome- It really is. Maybe some more detail on the feathers, killer claw, and head a bit. He does look maybe a little too much like a bird, I'm getting a scavenging pigeon a bit with his enlarged tail but nonetheless, good work!

Good grief.

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MemberCompsognathusSep-14-2015 7:13 PM


 Raptoars are bird.


BUt anyway nice!

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MemberAllosaurusSep-14-2015 7:19 PM

Thanks for the advice, the reason why he looks like a bird is because it's said Velociraptors would have looked liek odd birds so thats how I tried to draw this raptor. There's not much brackground as I felt I would ruin it haha.


Thanks for the compliments!



MemberTriceratopsSep-14-2015 7:41 PM

This is very good! I do agree it kinda looks like a bird but it's looks like a velociraptor archeopteryx hybrid. I like it, keep up the good work.


MemberAllosaurusSep-14-2015 8:32 PM

Well I mean many paleontologists do say it would have looked like an odd bird, and Velociraptor came from an ancestor that branched off from birds, so I think it's okay I made it look like a bird, an odd one at that. :)



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MemberAllosaurusSep-15-2015 12:42 PM

Oooh. Looks pretty good. Nice job!


Looks like this one.

“Banana oil.”- George Takei, Gigantis: The Fire Monster


MemberAllosaurusSep-15-2015 4:43 PM

Looking back I based this drawing off of the one you just showed me, Sci-Fi King. That is actually one of my favorite illustrations of dinosaurs.



MemberAllosaurusSep-15-2015 4:44 PM

Alos thanks for the compliment!



MemberCompsognathusSep-17-2015 8:27 PM

Great job!

"Remove the splinter from your eyeball, and, while there will be pain and ooze, you will once again see."

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