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(Trying again) Re: Some questions & feathered Allosaurs?

Argh, keep forgetting this thing automatically sends messages in HTML 
format. Trying again:

Nick Gardner wrote: 
>The first person I know of to 
consistently restore an adult tyrannosaurid with feathers was Will 
Svensen, but I wouldn't be surprised if there were earlier drawings 
by other artists.<

One other artist that I can recall off the top of my head is Julius 
Csotonyi, who had a feathered rex on the old Dinosauricon. I used to 
know of a couple others, but I can't come up with their names for the 
life of me.

Aspidel wrote:
>I took the liberty to restore Protoceratops with some spines, but 
it's full speculation:

As did I, though looking back I think I may have gone a bit overboard 
(I plan to do a revised version eventually): 
http://www.angelfire.com/art/gondolend/Protoceratops.html (Anyone who 
is unfamiliar with my site may be confused as to the text. It deals 
with a fictional planet where humans and dinosaurs coexist.)

William M. Svensen
Founder, Feathered Dinosaur 
1109 S. Jay St.
Aberdeen, SD 57401
(605) 622-7948
AIM: Gondolendian

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