You know that I have been thinking about doing this for a while, and I've put this together.
My challenge for you(Yes you, my watchers, and everybody who readsthis/is notified of it.) is to create a color scheme(or more) for my very first fictional dinosaur I made(since 2011), the crown-headed, pachycephalosaur-mimicking troodontid, Werrysaurus Zachus. ANY color scheme you liked, as long as the big ones are dull-colored, the little ones are brightly-colored, and middle-sized had the colors between bright and dull ones, of course males had bright colors, while females and juveniles had a lack of bright colorings. With it you have to;
Step 1. Tell me what the colors are from/what inspired you to choose it.
Step 2. Explain how these colors would affect this dinosaur's life.
and Step 3. Some random facts about your Werrysaurus, non-paleontologically accurate or not.
The Prizes for the winners:
1st place: art of your Werrysaurus within backgrounds.
2nd place: art with your Werrysaurus with basic backgrounds.
3rd place: art with your Werrysaurus without backgrounds.
The bases for you to use:
These are very optional, you can use this if you want to. You're very welcome to make your own base, but keep it easy to see the colors. Here are one of my bases for you to use, yet you can choose...
...Example A: The feathered one,...
...and/or Example B: The naked and featherless one.
If you're done with making your Werrysaurus, please mention me(much as long as you give credits to me), or link this journal back. Anyways and any-how, Happy stylizing and Good luck!
P.S. Werrsaurus zachus's head(from center edge of its crown, withouth the spikes, to tip of its beak) can be measured 3-feet(1 meter) long, so it's not only important, but it's also optional to measure with either a human, or your fur/scale sona!