IOW #22 - Feathered Dinosaur (Yutyrannus huali) - VOTING

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    IOW #22 - Feathered Dinosaur (Yutyrannus huali) - VOTING

    Voting time! Great job guys! Although we only got four entries, I think everybody had a lot of fun this round



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    Polar Yutyrannus

    I was thinking of ways to make my yutyrannus a bit distinctive but still remain accurate. I couldn't resist making a polar dinosaur-come on- it's just so visually cool! Don't worry- I did my research. It is hypothesized that the feathers may have been brightly colored but nothing is proven yet, and if it lived in a snowy climate than well-it makes sense that it's white. I also looked into the range of weight scientists think this family of dinos could have had. Nothing is proven there either-so I bulked mine up a bit to deal with all that snow!

    In case links are also required to the WIPS, here they are:
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    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...0&postcount=33

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    Yutyrannus huali
    also featuring Araucaria, Ginkgo, Cercidiphyllum, clubmosses, horsetails, Archaefructus, and some floofy babies.

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    On the shore of an alkaline lake a pair of Yutyrannus shares a perhaps intimate moment exchanging grooming services. Behind them a gymnosperm forest can be seen, with ginkgos, pines, cypresses and yews. Horsetails mark the zone where the soil is propitious to the growth of plants with the closer ginkgo being a throwback to when the lake's level was lower.

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    And the poll is up!

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