Are you readers getting sick of seeing Nyctosaurus? That's okay, because I'm tired of drawing it. I couldn't even get the whole length of the beak on my paper this time. This version has a ridiculously long crest, the proper pteroid orientation (and length, although you can't see it), and fur. I got rid of the "fleshy pad" at the knuckle of the wing finger, because I honestly couldn't figure out how the pad would compress when the finger was extended.
Aside from some minor tinkering here and there, this will probably be the final version, which will be blown up to the size of my canvas and somehow transferred to it. Unless there's something horribly wrong with it, I am DONE with Nyctosaurus!
And don't worry--everything's been measured, based on John Conway's wonderful skeletal reconstruction.