A speculative, and entirely silly, reconstruction for the large -- not exactly giant -- oviraptorosaur, Anzu wyliei. The duck-like tail feathers and ridiculous cassowary-like crest are all plausible, but lack any hard data supporting them.
Nice pencil technique as usual, Jaime! I like the speculative parts despite the lack of data supporting them, they do add a lot of character to the animal.
Another detail caught my attention and I think it is worth asking about it. Is it possible for Anzu, or any other non-avialan theropod for that matter, to reverse its hallux to this degree? I had the impression that the hallux is not so 'mobile', but of course I am not that well versed in anatomy.
It may have been someone mobile, but I reconstructed the toe this way deliberately to evoke birds, which Anzu is very like. Likely, however, the hallux was oriented so it curled into the foot, but could extend into the same plane as the other toes.