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Dinosaurs and other extinct creatures in 1/72

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Just to do something for Dinosaurs and other animals in 1/72:

 

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Achelousaurus vs Styracosaurus (Kit by David Krentz)

 

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Achillobator (Utahraptor-kit by David Krentz, . But too small for a Utharaptor. Achillobator is better) I gave him new fingers.

 

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Afrovenator attacks Jobaria (Kits by David Krentz)

Jaobaria hips are in front view 30° ou of angle. The legs have to be cut of and assembled in the right angle.

 

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Apatosaurus (Kit by David Krentz)

 

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Chalicotherium, painting in Tapirstyle with single cutted leafs. (Kit by David Krentz)

 

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Gryposaurus (Kit by David Krentz)

 

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Saichania walks in desert Gobi (Kit by David Krentz)
 

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Tenontosaurus (Kit by David Krentz)

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Corythosaurus (Kit by David Krentz)

 

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Triceratops (Kit by David Krentz). The head is not symmetrical.

The colouration is based on Bonteboks. The blooms of the flowers are really small blooms, collected in the nature.

 

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Tyrannosaurus (Kit by David Krentz) stepping just in the flowers.

other will follow soon

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I like those a lot. You'll find though as time moves a lot slower in the southwest of England the Triceratops can often be seen grazing Whitchurch Down in the summer months. The sheep aren't worried by them though

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Thanks, Oberst Manfred von Holstein, I will have a look after them, when I will be in England once. Maybe I will see Gerd Fröbe on reconnaissance mission for Triceratops flying over me. :winkgrin:

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Those are really little gems! :goodjob:

Ciao

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These look like a lot of fun. And nobody can have a go at you for painting them the wrong shade of RLM71.

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These look like a lot of fun. And nobody can have a go at you for painting them the wrong shade of RLM71.

:rofl::rofl::rofl: ... but I wouldn't be so sure ...

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I really wish there were more large scale Dinos on the market.

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Beautiful dioramas, I bet they look stunning as a set piece altogether

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Very Very nice, bravo! I didn't know there were dinosaurs in a small scale. I've saved the David Krentz webpage in my bookmarks.

Ezio

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Doh! :doh:

Can't believe I missed that.....Just so excited to see 1/72 dinosaurs! :blush:

Allosaurs vs The Afrika Korps is on! :yahoo:

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Salve!

Hui! There are suddenly so much posts here!

The dinosaurs above are all made by David Krentz, avaiable at http://www.urzeitshop.de/37-Bausatze-Zubehor or http://stores.dansdinosaurs.com.

Mr. Krentz changed to 3d-sculpting. Acrocanthosaurus (the grey/brown one) is a 3d-print. Unfortunately the layers can be seen. I would appreciate it, if Mr. Krentz would returned to sculpting by hands and Milliput.

I have my own lable, named of course MixvsMinimax, which I haven't published here yet. I see I should do it now.

The following creatures are sculpted by myself in 1/72 and can be ordered by writing me a PM.

There are others creatures waitng for painting and so completing the kit:

(but there are avaiable too)

 

Deinonychus

(legs are thinner now and the "wings" a bit more narrow)

Deinonychus_1-72.jpg

 

Mammthus

Mammut_1-72.jpg

 

Pteranodon

Pteranodon_1-72.jpg

 

Quetzalcoatlus

Quetzalcoatlus_1-72.jpg

 

There some detail work left to do:

Dracorex

Stegosaurus

Stygimoloch

Here we go:

My first model (yet avaiable at urzeitshop)

Therizinosaurus cheloniformis, 1/72 (1st edition)

Therizinosaurus_1-72.jpg

 

Kelenken guillmeroi, 1/72

The terrorbird of Patagonia with a 70 cm long skull in 1:1. Don't mess with him!

 

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In the kit are:

2 types of bases
2 types of wings
1 foot
1 body



Gallimimus bullatus, 1/72
The fast runner known from Jurassic Parc 1, where Mr. Goldblum & Co. had to hide behind a falled tree.

 

Gallimimus_1-72.jpg

 

The kit content:
2 types of bases
2 arms

1 claw set
1 foot
1 body

 

 

And one of the smallest dinokits of the world:

Conchoraptor gracilis, 1/72
..stealing an egg.

 

Conchoraptor_1-72.jpg

 

The kit: There are only 2 parts: base and body.

A short discription and the assembly instruction are printed/glued to the inside of the box.

 

Mononykus olecranus, 1/72 while he examinates a termite dome.

 

Mononykus_1-72.jpg

 

The kit: There are only 2 parts: base and body.

A short discription and the assembly instruction are printed/glued to the inside of the box.

and a Caudipteryx zoui, 1/72 facing a crab on its beach walk.

 

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The content iof this kit.
1 base
1 body
2 sheets with alternative feathers for the hand
and for the crab:
2 scissors and 2 types of wire for eyes and legs

A short discription and the assembly instruction are printed/glued to the inside of the box.


The upcoming kit will be the Woolly Rhino Coelodonta antiquitatis, 1/72, walking through the Taiga. The boxart-pics were taken today, so I can finish the kit this or next week.

Coelodonta_1-72.jpg

 

cheers!
Alex

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Great! I'm happy for these new pictures and now just the silly question ..... where do you get the informations about the "camouflage" ?

The skin colour is a supposition or thera are studies that can guide?

Ezio

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Silly questions get silly answers. :-)

There some small Dinos where the Camo is somehow known-dark or bright.

But generally I have a look at the recent animals and check which habitat and diet causes which coloration. I recognized that the animals are mostly grey over all if they reached a distinct size - Rhinos, Hippos, Elephants. So I pick up a distinct animal and try to paint the dino like it.

The Conchoraptor for example is painted like a Jackal, Caudipteryx like a beach-bird, Triceratops like a Buntbok, Calicotherium like a Tapir, Therizinosaurus refers to Kasuars, Gallimimus to Ostrichs . For the rest its my taste and I ask my wife if the colours match together.

As long as it dont look to freaky, but reasonable, You are free I guess.

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Hi @ all,

I finished this week the Mammoth, 1/72.The Boxart is finished and everything ready for production in case of order.


Mammut_1-72.jpg

salute!

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