For those who read French, this paper is still not completely inaccurate!
An example: IIRC, there's been a discussion a while ago about the feathers on dromie's arms. This study of Archie still tells that feathers were attached to digits II (and even III) of the manus, so if dromies are secondary flightless birds derived, IMHO it's likely that dromaeosaurs and troodontids wore at least little feathers on at least digit II, as you can see in Brett Boot's restorations, _Utahraptor_ for example: http://home.att.net/~gondwana/Gondwana/Images/Utahraptors.jpg or in Luis Rey's new drawings: http://www.ndirect.co.uk/~luisrey/html/reappra.htm .
And that's how I think I'll draw dromaeosaurs and troodontids from now on.
Friendly - Luc J. "Aspidel" BAILLY.
Also I was delighted to see that Ilja has found and added M. Reichel's absolutely breath-taking pen and ink illustrations and paper about Archaeopteryx. I've seen a couple of Reichel's magnificent pterosaur restorations before, but these pen and inks are dazzling and it's terribly unfortunate that Reichel's art has been so overlooked. This is from 1941! He's in the Pantheon! See it at: