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Tamiya Brachiosaurs Diorama in 1/35


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Completed last year as a diorama project, here are 7 of the Tamiya 1/35 scale educational box sets of their Brachiosaur and baby models. I've added a number of additional babies to the model. With no idea what colour these beasts would have looked like, I chose to use a few flamboyant bright colours for the males and basic reptilian shades for their ladies. The tree is from the CollectA Tree Series and added really only for scale purposes.

 

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Wonderful painting and animation for your dinosaur family day out! Beautiful base too. It’s the closest thing I’m going to get to a trip to the museum right now...

 

Regards,

Adrian

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Superb job. A lot of work must have gone into that and really like how you've varied the colours on  each of the dino's. Truly worthy of a place in a museum and i imagine its quite a size too! 👍

 

Regards,

 

Steve

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That's a lovely dio.  My son used to be dino obsessed, and he's here now appreciating it over my shoulder :) We need a can of beans or a banan for scale though.  Looks BIG :shocked:

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3 hours ago, Mike said:

That's a lovely dio.  My son used to be dino obsessed, and he's here now appreciating it over my shoulder :) We need a can of beans or a banan for scale though.  Looks BIG :shocked:

Thank you _ I am glad your son is enjoying it. The base is 6 foot long!

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4 hours ago, fatfingers said:

Superb job. A lot of work must have gone into that and really like how you've varied the colours on  each of the dino's. Truly worthy of a place in a museum and i imagine its quite a size too! 👍

 

Regards,

 

Steve

thank you. No 2 kits are the same pose. Tamiya provide 2 jaw options and 2 front leg pose options however I had to rework, cut and shut a few of the limbs and do some neck surgery on a few of the Brachs to get the end result.

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You wait all year for a dinosaur diorama, then two come along at once.

Love this.

Excellent.

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18 hours ago, Rossco_builds said:

Utterly amazing🙌👏🏻👏🏻 Almost looks like the scene from Jurassic park all you need now is John Hammond😬

thank you very much there

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10 hours ago, rockpopandchips said:

That is absolutely stunning.  A call to the natural history museum is needed, they must have lost one of there display peace's.

That is very kind of you - thanks.

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Apologies for the late reply, but I've just come across this and been blown away! 

 

A work of art. It needs a wider audience for sure.

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