There is no way to predict what your chicks will look like when grown. With my first batch of Easter Eggers, I had two chicks that were identical, but they grew up to be completely different looking. My first hatch, I had 3 that were identical. Again, all grew up to look different. My latest hatch I had three that were exactly the same. Turns out, they all look different from each other as well. That's just how Easter Eggers are. And you can have chicks that look nothing alike, end up looking like twins as adults.
Point is, even if somebody has pictures of birds that started out looking just like your chicks, it is in no way an indication of what your specific chicks will look like. That's what makes them so much fun. You never know what that chick will grow to look like.