Here is a concept art of two Metriacanthosaurus. this shows a male and female in size comparition and coloration. I wanted these two to seem like the "tigers of Jurassic Park" That's why they are pure black and yellow, and orange.
I would start to look for it on amazon, but I already have a book done by greg paul, which is doing a fantastic job already. It's the Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs. Marvelous book, got it mainly because of Greg's work.
1988 I think, but surprisingly ahead of its time. Although most of the drawings suffer from the old bunny hands epidemic, there are a few very impressive draeings that still have a lot of credibility. All the small theropods are feathered, archaeopteryx is said to be a ancestor to the dromeaosaurs rather than an early bird, Spinosaurus is said to be a big baryoynx, all stuff that as only taken seriously around a decade after publishing. There are a few wrong points, such as the statement that Segnosaurs/Therizinosaurs are derived prosauropods, and a few out of date classifications, but you will still find it quite impressive how far ahead of other books at the time this is.