“A Group of Feathered Carnivorous Velociraptors” by Mark Stevenson and Stocktrek Images, is only one interpretation of how Velociraptor might have looked and acted in their own natural surroundings, but it is certainly a compelling one! Depicting the pack hunters as feathered, wide-eyed predators with razor-sharp fangs and gaping jaws, it’s easy to see how they could have been the biggest threat in all of prehistory.
The only real evidence we have of velociraptors that is firmly grounded in fact, however, is the fossil these creatures left behind. While using bones as the subject of velociraptor art piece may seem less exciting, it is no less compelling. “3D Rendering of a Velociraptor Dinosaur Skeleton” by Leonello Calvetti shows the velociraptor skeleton as we have so far been able to study it—which prompts the viewer to construct their own imaginative interpretations of what the creature may have looked like in person.