Protoceratops andrewsi and Velociraptor mongoliensis (now in HD!)
...It was better in my mind, but I'm lazy and didn't waste time, that's why the ground/dust/illumination is a real piece of crap.
Yep, my first Protoceratops. I really, reeeally dislike this animal, it looks so weird with that giant head! But I've found a science-based way to make him look better. I was inspired in Tianyulong and that stuff (hair? feathers?) covering its back (yes, just its back, the rest was scaly as far as I know). It really could helped to make Protoceratops look much bigger...
And of course I had to put the classical enemy on scene.
Velociraptors in pack hunting? Well, it happened. I mean, V. mongoliensis weight was 15kg, and P. andrewsi was 250kg!!! (according with GSP). Too big game for a single hunter. (for more info, read this comment [link]
And they look...well, they certainly should not look like this. Maybe brownish instead of greyish? But...who says that their preys could see in colors, anyway? Just a conceptual color scheme.
I made my best here with the arms. Feathers are not my specialty but I tried to follow Pilsator's drawings and the 14-secondaries-rule.
Corrections made by *Ferahgo: "Velo might have its arms raised a bit too high; the sideways orientation of the shoulder joint would have made raising the arms above shoulder level pretty difficult for dromaeosaurs. Also, the right hand of the one in the right foreground looks a little strange. It looks like the fingers are sprouting directly from the arm at an angle, with no space for the wrist. There'd be at least a small part of "hand" before the fingers start."
Every comment is much appreciated, critics -specially about anatomical/behaviour issues- are indispensable to learn.