|Image from Ji & Ji|
Ill. James Reece
In fact, it here appears to be covered in more of a hair than a downy feathering or even a filament feathering. We know, we think, for a fact what the coloration of this animal was. Now, despite not following the coloration of the feathers, we can live with the Jurassic Park V. antirrhopus coloring scheme, the only feathering we see on this body is at the tip of the tail. This is a decidedly lizard like representation of an animal that seemed to be leaning much more toward birds, and we would like to see that more in the illustration. It's good in terms of overall shape, but it just does not convey an image of a paranoid, quick, underbrush predator that reacts quickly and with speed.