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  1. I felt it high time I got on and had a go at building these 2 lovely kits from Pegasus Hobbies; the Triceratops cow and Tyrannosaurus Rex posed stood pinning down a slain Triceratops calf. The kits are complimentary to one another and are ideally suited to be built together or just as single display pieces. Cast in 100% solid vinyl plastic, both kits are very weighty and substantial. A lot of hot water treatment and dremeling was undertaken to get the various pieces fitted. Even after a lot of joint head shaving and heat treatments, the fits were so tight that virtually no glue was
  2. Do Dinosaurs count as Figures... I guess they can. I'm not trying to over show this diorama on the forum but it seemed appropriate to put these up on the Diorama section once completed having had the build stages amble along in the figures WIP pages. Here's a pair of the Tamiya 1/35 Triceratops Prehistoric Diorama educational sets that have been merged into a single action piece. Each kit comes with 1 Triceratops and 2 Velociraptors. I have one of the Tamiya pack of 6 raptors at hand and added another of the little menaces - the kit mould stamp dates back to 1992 before these guys
  3. Hello I've jot a whole stack of Dinosaur kits to make - some of which you may have already seen on the forum as part made kits. Mrs P and her beautiful Lady Brachio inspired me to get on and start some of the easier Tamiya Diorama Kits I have had kicking around. I've taken both my Triceratops Diorama Sets and combined the bases. The Triceratops kit offers 2 leg pose options so I have made one of each and cut off the neck and repositioned the head and angle of the 2 main horns on one of the kits. The Tamiya box shows 2 colouring/marking options which works well for a male and female setting.
  4. I have combined 2 of the Tamiya 1/35 Triceratops prehistoric diorama sets into a single display piece here, A fun first in dinosaur painting for me and has inspired me to produce many more in the future I hope. Thanks to Mrs P for her inspiration and similar builds elsewhere on the forum. KEEP CALM AND DINO ON ..... John Thanks for lo
  5. I have combined 2 of the Tamiya 1/35 Triceratops prehistoric diorama sets into a single display piece here, A fun first in dinosaur painting for me and has inspired me to produce many more in the future I hope. Thanks to Mrs P for her inspiration and similar builds elsewhere on the forum. KEEP CALM AND DINO ON ..... John Thanks for lo
  6. Hi Inspired by some of the other great Dinosaurs on the forum, I recently decided to invest in the re-release of the old Aurora Triceratops from Revell. I first built this back in the 70's when they came to market. Having followed mankind's expanse of dinosaur knowledge over the last 40+ years, I realised that Triceratops was not necessarily what the box art shows it to be. As we don't have any definitive indication of what these gentle old beasts really looked like, I decided to have a bash at making my own version of what I think they could have looked at. The kit boxing still makes the
  7. I've just started building 3 of Tamiya's dinosaurs - T-Rex, Triceratops and my personal favourite dinosaur the Stegosaurus. The following photographs are mostly of the T-Rex head, as apart from gluing, a little filling and some very elementary painting there's not much to show on the others. The T-Rex is definitely not up to the standard of the Pegasus 1/24 (see the build at http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234996931-pegasus-hobbies-124-t-rex-and-juvenile-trike/#entry2280266). The inside of the head is very flat: P1010010 by Stephen North, on Flickr So I added some Mil
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