Thanks! These days I'm all into wacom and photoshop for the anal-retentive levels of control&detail they offer, but I do agree that some of the intuitive magic of pencils is missing. Perhaps preparing a sketch in wacom, and then drawing over it in pencil can be a good alternative.
Would still look a bit like dinosaurs, perhaps with more mammal-like gaits and leg structure due to the condition of the crocodylian ankles... Eventually true endothermy and insulation would evolve somehow, and you'd have weird mammal-crocs running around the place
The covering is tuft-like nodules of bunched scales. There is some more hair-like integument near its hip. I realize your point, the forelimb is a bit too mammal-like, I shouldn't have drawn it that way...
I guess so - the classification of these things is always in a flux... The last I checked, Silesaurus was a "dinosauromorph," but some people called it a primitive ornithischian as well... What strikes me is how (comparatively) better adapted it is to a quadrupedal lifestyle.