I don't know about rubbish. It looks pretty cool and has good detail, IMO it would be more accurate if it had feathers, though.Glad to see you post more regularly!!!
no, it's cool! :D
Taylor- Thanks! It's good to be back! As for the lack of feathers, I think this might have been when I was more conservative with my drawings in that because there was no concrete evidence of feathers on U. ostrommaysorum, I neglected to draw them. However, I have some issues with the assumption that just because it's closest relatives evolved feathers does NOT necessarily mean U. ostrommaysorum did, in fact, evolve feathers. It's not that simple, thought I'm sure you know that. However, I DO agree with you in that it is HIGHLY LIKELY that it had feathers. We can get talk about this when I complete and publish my post on Darwiniana and the Fact of Evolution. ;) Again, thanks buddy!Dinorider- Thanks, buddy! ;) Both- I appreciate the compliments and the support! Always! ;) ;)
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