Almost every illustration that comes up in a search for Argentavis depicts a bird landing or taking off with the few exceptions that show the animal simply stretching its wings one way or another; the bird on a dead animal trying to scare off scavengers is a very common theme. The large wingspan and body of the bird are central to the identity of the fossil, so these themes make sense. One of the most charismatic images that I have found does incorporate the wide wingspan of Argentavis, but it also has a piece of its last meal in its beak. Although almost all of the illustrations of Argentavis already looked fairly fierce, this interpretation, possibly because it was drawn head on, looks more intimidating and angry. As we typically see in Christopher DiPiazza's work, the tones and colors are soft and very pastel-like. Despite this, the details are sharp and the pose is dynamic. Additionally, read the linked blog post by the artist. He has hit a lot of the same points we have hit this week, but his insights into his art shine through in his writing, and they are worth reading about while admiring the work.