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Hello, @Darko has been lately posting some Paleo art of prehistoric creatures that were absolutely stunning, so I felt like giving it a try. Today I drew a picture of what is to me one of the most interesting Raptors to ever exist. A species of raptor with the nickname "murder swan", was discovered in Mongolia. This raptor was one of the few semi aquatic theropods, it had the body of a raptor, the legs of a crane, the claws of a raptor and the head of a swan. This drawing is dedicated to @DatFossilBoy and @Darko. I hope you guys like it:).

Regards.

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indominus rex

Here is another picture in a bit better lighting.

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Darko

Awesome and very interesting !!

I love the look of the raptor :) :)

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indominus rex
Just now, Darko said:

Awesome and very interesting !!

I love the look of the raptor :) :)

Thanks:), I just can't get it in good lighting.

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WhodamanHD

Awesome, rotates and enhanced:

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Tidgy's Dad

Nice drawings! 

:)

Lots of interesting art about at the moment. 

Sadly, I can't draw at all. :(

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DatFossilBoy
2 hours ago, indominus rex said:

Thanks:), I just can't get it in good lighting.

Stunning drawing!!!

You all have incredible skill. :) 

I didn’t realize how goos-like these raptors could look. Very interesting.

Keep up the work! thanks for sharing.

Cheers

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