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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
Hi Figure collectors I decided to make a post of this as these models command very high prices and I for one would have really appreciated knowing what was in the box before buying these very old and highly collectable kits. The Kaiyodo Dinoland series offered 2 different posed Tyrannosaurus models in a 1/20 scale. They date back to 1990 and 1991 prior to the Stan Winston Jurassic Park work. Both of these kits are very good quality and offer a good alternative to what is now deemed the standard look of a T-Rex. The kits are cast in vinyl and were both sculpted by the same modell
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