Well, when you get stories like this about gliding Stegosaurs there can be only one (very rushed and sketchy) response.
Having a lazy afternoon here as the temperature scales the dizzy heights(for Hobart) of 30C degrees. Nice excuse to stay indoors until the sun drops low enough to get out the sprinkler and go berserk with the kids in the back yard.
Also a nice excuse to get the sketch book out and do a thumbnail of a Spinosaurus having a lazy afternoon lunch!
I’m pretty sure there are some proportions out of whack, and the posture surely brings into question the flexibility of the spine and hips, as well as the volumes going through the torso.
I’d like to do more with this initial image, though it’ll have to join the queue forming of ‘stuff I want to do’ and paid work!
From the sketchbook, a Pterosaur head study drawn by.. er… accident. I made a post somewhere about ‘listening to the scientist‘ didn’t I?