Some of you are probably thinking that this is some very peculiar subject matter, but I thought, why not? The idea for this came from both my own experiences of watching birds in the mating process, and the new study on a possible predation model of Dromaeosaurs, (which I'm sure everyone is very familiar with!
). So, I thought it would be interesting to translate the idea of a Dromaeosaur restraining its prey like modern raptors into breeding behaviour. The male hops on top, performing a little balancing act, and the female's tail moves up and to the side so that the male can gain access to her cloaca.
I did not have any particular species in mind when I drew this, as I focused primarily on posture. This is a tiny tiny drawing I did just yesterday. Coloured pencil.