My earliest drawings were of dinosaurs. You wouldn’t know it by looking at them. The drawings looked more like balloon animals than anything with a skeleton. If my mom hadn’t labeled them you wouldn’t know what they were supposed to be.
Over the years I’ve gotten a little more skillful at drawing. At the same time our picture of what dinosaurs looked like and how they behaved has evolved. No longer do we think of dinosaurs as slow moving tail draggers. They run. They fight. They migrate. They raise families. And some of them have feathers. I’m delighted by the progress they’ve made.