Some time ago I did this [link]
illustrations wich depicted a Tyrannosaurus rex. All right, but a lot of people said me that the annimal looks like a calf. I think this may be induced by the naturally disproportionated big head - little feet.
Well, to have a point of view in this question I decided to make an illustration of a rex calf. This drawing is based on the famous "Jane" specimen. These days there is a bunch of fluffy tirannos out there since the appearing of Yutyrannus but I decided to avoid this flow and reconstruct T. rex in a traditional way (more lizard like and skin-wrapped).
In the illustration, the young rex was patrolling the sea shore looking for something to get for lunch... and the prize is a dead Libonectes, a small plesiosaurid that inhabited the western american inland sea.
Hope you like it
As ever, comments and reviews are wellcome.