Apparently, you can be judged on your skeleton, too.
The study I stumbled upon (which was really cool!) explained the development of a technology to reconstruct a dinosaur's 3D body structure from 2D fossil specimens, using lasers to capture the image and a computer program to build them up. The results, say the authors, will allow researchers to better study the locomotion of dinosaurs and other extinct animals.
One of the lead scientists of the paper--titled "Estimating Mass Properties of Dinosaurs Using Laser Imaging and 3D Computer Modelling"--said: "Our technique allows people to see and decide for themselves how fat or thin the dinosaurs might have been in life. You can see the skeleton with a belly. Anyone from a five-year-old to a Professor can see it and say, ‘I think this reconstruction is too fat or too thin’."