My specimen, exposed in ventral view (belly up). I suspect much of the skull is there, still unexposed. Head it towards the right, missing tail towards the left.
Detail. Note the well-preserved limbs, ribs, vertebrae, pectoral girdle, etc.
Probably not the most accurate life restoration (snurched from Wikipedia), but this should give you some idea of what a living Keichousaurus hui would have looked like. It seems unlikely they'd have been a uniform green (and, indeed, there's no reason to think they were any sort of green). Also, the skull was longer and lower.