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Old-> >>8829688

Has anyone received their wave II Ceratopsians, and which tyrannosaurs are you looking forward too most? I can't wait to see Dryptosaurus
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>>8987350
Didn't care for any of the Wave 2 ceratopsians. Maybe I'll pick up Pachyrhinosaurus at some point, but he's not a must. Giganigga Triceratops and Pentaceratops however are mandatory.
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>>8987350
I think I'm still waiting for my order to ship... My Kickstarter exclusive hasn't shipped yet, and I think I had one order from wave 3, and he said all that ships when it's all together...right? Bah. Waiting sucks.
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>>8987415
You could've asked for split shipping
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My wave II just came
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I swear to fucking god if I paid $700 and waited 3 years and am still fucking waiting for wave 3 dinosaurs for my order to ship while all these other fucking retards are getting their stuff months and months ahead of time and I sit here holding out for a couple of other figures while this cocksucker sits on my entire order and just to have everything show up and be garbage quality I am going to post some angry fucking paragraphs on here
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>>8987350
>Has anyone received their wave II Ceratopsians
not yet, just got stuff sorted out with it and should be getting them soon. Backerkit site wasn't letting me do something to pay for the shipping fee since I asked to have my order switched from the bulk shopping at the end to ship each wave when it's ready.

>and which tyrannosaurs are you looking forward too most? I can't wait to see Dryptosaurus
personally, the ones I'm looking forward to are

>Tyrannosaurus rex (1/18th)
>juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex (1/18th)
>WWD Tyrannosaurus rex (1/35th)

but I am also considering

>Lynothrax argestes (1/18th)
>Daspletosaurus torosus (1/18th)
>Bistahieversor sealeyi (1/18th)
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>>8988279
You havent gotten any figures yet, not even the wave 1 figures?
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>>8988435
Nope, have to wait until everything comes out in order to get my stuff apparently.
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>>8988734
You can choose to have them ship out separately, but it'll cost. I'm choosing to wait for the full order as well. Not a big deal, I don't think.
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>>8988342
>>received wave II yet?
Stuff is on its way

>>what Tyrannosaurs are you looking forward to the most?
Definitely these in order for now,
1)Gaunlong wucani
2)1/35th Tyrannosaurus KS exclusive
3)Yutyrannus
4)Dryptosaurus
5)Bistahieversor seali
6)Lythronax
7)Proceratosaurus
8)Daspletosaurus?
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Really Loving this guy so much already. Want to match him with one of the tyrannosaurs eventually, but Not sure which would match the best. Thinking the Gorgosaurus possibly, Blue with Green, but he might be too big, so maybe Guanlong
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>>8988904
This one (Daspletosaurus) but also Gorgosaurus, Albertosaurus, Dryptosaurus and the famous Tyrannosaurs rex itself so pick any or even all 4 for this one
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>>8988904
Unironicly featured in Planet Dinosaur hunted by Daspletosaurus
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>>8988904
Dryptosaurus could work well is slightly smaller than the rest only 16in not 20 can also match with Diabloceratops
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>>8988279
Wave 3 isn't even out yet lmao
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>>8988734
That's on you, you could have chosen separate shipments
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>>8990041
No not till fall and I'm expecting November not September like the ETA says.
Anyways more hyped for the Tyrannosaurs than wave 3 of the Ceratopsians inspite of the fact that we won't see them fully realized till 2023 or late 2022 if we are lucky and thsings really are on a role
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>>8990098
It's corona man, pandemic, Silva said on multiple occasions that caused delays. And does it really matter? They're great figures and will still be great figures three months later.
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>>8989251
>>8989267
Could Work depending on Size, I don't have room on my Desk to Display a really Big Rex and a Cera. Prob going to get a T-Rex no matter what, but he Won't go on the desk, he'll br swapped In.

>>8989274
If he's smaller, could be a Candidate, also kinda want one with Feathers since Rex will be all skin anyways
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While they never announced it as newly arrived or whatever but a good bit of the Nanmu dinosaurs are in stock on bbts
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>>8988760
>>8990043
Oh that's what you fucking respond to? How about the fact that tons of people are having absolutely garbage tier QC dinos show up?
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>>8991013
Yeah, that is what I respond to because you are complaining about something that is totally your own fault you chunk of smegma.

Shitty QC sucks though. I haven't seen "tons of people", but any is too many.
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>>8987350
I only picked up a pachy but I might get more now, it's an amazing figure. I'm a big ceratopsian fan so I'm tempted to just get them all.
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>>8990408
16 in work? You alsonhave the option of the 1/35th scale T-rex especially the exclusive at 14in everything else in 12in and smaller here's the line up.list with length dementions
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>>8987350
Really want that rex but damn is it big and that means its going to be expensive
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>>8994391
Want ole Wndi very badly but saving for the Tyrannosaurs
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>>8990221
Its fair not complaining glad its still happening. I pretty happy with wave 1 especially these 3 I ordered 6/10 from wave 1 but looking to sell my Psittacosaurus to worried after I saw a review how tight the joints are it gets all scaped up when you try to move the joints so I guess I'll sell it abd save the amout for the upcoming Tyrannosaurs.
I wasn't in a hurry for wave 2 or 3 but apparently they got split after I split wave 1 not sure why that happened. Really looking forward to the Tyrannosaurs especially the Yutyrannus, Gaunlong, 1/35th Rex KS (exclusive), and Proceratosaurus (since I saw the art reveal). Have a plan to order atleast 6-7 most of them being smaller not the bigger or massive one though Daspletosaurus looks pretty cool Gorgosaurus and Albertosaurus look meh Tarborasaurus looks great but not really planning on getting any of the huge ones.
I like the Tarborasaurus as a species but probably want to have more species to collect instead of a few big ones
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>>8993351
He looks like a perfect articulated Dinosaur Snack for the Tyrannosaurs, might just get one to pose it being eaten or killed
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>>8996481
Tarbosaurus anon....
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>>8996481
Yeah Tarborasaurus is your guy.
Should look quite nice with the head all in black
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>>8994568
How does the Juvi rex share a body with the Teratephoneus will it only be that big I estimate 30-35 for body class nu. 2
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>>8996481
Big agree.
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>>8996680
Don't forget the 1/18th Velociraptor curious about the color choice and price for it though.
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>>8987350
Glowing Orange Zuni showed up today. She smol. Haven't had her in the light long enough to make her glow yet.
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>>8996643
Oh man he's definitely going to be the most Evil looking of the bunch
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>>8987350
Ok dinosaur bros. You get one raptor and one ceratopsian. What do you choose, i wanna jump into the line but i wanna hear favorites. And i guess why its your favorite.
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>>8996909
These are the colors we all hope Dinosaurs had, Prehistoric Vibrant Rainforest Jungle Rainbows
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>>8996909
Velociraptor Mongoliensis and Protoceratops Andrewsi, for obvious reasons.
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>>8996900
Lol never looked close enough but he does >>dark lord Tarbo
Tyranno seems chill by comparison.
Hey any one notice how Tarborasaurus got lumped in the same size category as Gorgosaurus, Albertosaurus, Daspletosaurus,>>8994568
When its actually closer in size to Tyrannosaurs at 33-39ft long its bigger than all Tyrannosaurs with the expectation of T-rex
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How durable are these things? I wanna buy one but they look so flimsy.
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>>8998432

They are made out of diamonds. You can smash them against the wall, they would leave a dent, but survive unscaved.
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>>8998432
>>8998457
Sorry waht are we talking about here?
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>>8996730
What's the price?
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>>8998768
Unknown at the moment but estimated to be between 15-20 my guess thats all.
Will relase in fall
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Albertosaurus concept art last concept art reveal
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Will he sculpt some nice puffy cloacas on the rexes?
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>>9003543
unironically kys
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>>8998768
He hasn't announced any but they are expected to.be available or should be available sometime in November
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>>9005563
Crazy to think of theys same details on a figure this damn small might sell my 1/6th if I really like this one
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>>9005563
But this should be eaisier I guess
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>>8988904
>>8988164
>>8988209
Just got my 2 from wave not sure if In should have order others, I really wanted the Wendiceratops but I am so Impressed with just how big these 2 are Centrosaurus and Pachyrhinosaurus
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Are any of these Tyrannosauri 1/12?
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>>9008549
1/6 when?
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>>9008549
no, they're all 1/18th except for the kickstarter-exclusive, Walking With Dinosaurs-inspired color, which is 1/35th
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>>9008763
Uh Dilong
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>>9008763
And Moros are both 1/6 and will only be 8" long
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>>9008763
Also Dilong paradoxus has since had its design changed
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>>9008884
Uh anon, you might want to recheck the list. >>8994568
>> BODY 1 - 8"
Dilong paradoxus 1/6
>Moros intrepidus 1/6
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>>9008763
They chose from 3 for the revamp of the color patten and the chose nu. 3
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>>9009402
I was wrong on Dilong, but Moros is indeed in 1/18th, he changed it from being 1/6
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>>9009389
>>9009394
>Even more shit identical to the raptors

Jesus christ were 60 of them not enough
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>>9011730
More fuzzy than feathers, and mostly the smaller ones I think.
I'm only planning on getting the Big Rex I think.
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>>9011730
We'll they'll be all 8" strickly and just these 6 are fluffy all others with the exception of the 2 larger Tyrannosaurs the Yutyrannus and Dryptosaurus all are scaly
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>>8987350
Jurassic General here
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Just put up shelves in the basement and decided my JP stuff goes up first!
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Have any of you guys picked up a Paleozoo model?
I love the colors on their Anomalocaris.
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These Rebor guys seems like a good at about $20 yeah? I can't decide which one(s) I like most.

Also, is that one gorilla supposed to the one from Primal Rage? And the crimson king is from Disney's Dinosaur right?
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>>9013871
FYI anon, bottom two are already discontinued. What's in stock on places like BBTS now is all we're gonna get of the bottom two, so I'd go for one of those first.
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>>9013871
Yep they are, they've also got som rexes coming out in Diablos and Saurons colors as well.

Kinda hope they reuse one of their old raptor molds with feathers added on the back of the head to do Talon and figure out how to reuse their titanboa stuff to do Vertigo
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>>9014960
Tarborasaurus heard smaller than I expected
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>>9014972
yeah, I'm surprised
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>>9014813
>Diablos and Saurons colors
Aw fuck. I literally cannot resist this. Now I have to get the Gorilla too.
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>>9014813
>Kinda hope they reuse one of their old raptor molds with feathers added on the back of the head to do Talon and figure out how to reuse their titanboa stuff to do Vertigo
Fuck, I NEED this. Talon and Vertigo were my two mains back in the day, and I wish I still had their old toys.
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>>9014972
Compare the rex
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>>9014975
Should be much bigger look here the silhouette line up
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>>9015436
>>9014975
>9 vs 11 meters for the Albertosaurus vs the Tarborasaurus yet here>>8994568
Silva has made the the same size
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I like them but I feel like they go to wild with the paints and patterns.
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>>9015431
What a sexy stud.
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>>8996867
Got mine too, I got the green one though and man does it glow bright
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>>8993347
>>8993351
Looks adorable, but then, I've always had a soft spot for Protoceratops in general since reading Dinotopia as a kid. Still a little disappointed the Andrewsi didn't come in a Fan's Choice color themed after Bix.
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>>9014972
>>9015431
virgin mongolian vs Chad Citizen of the United States of Laramidia
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>>9017688
There was a fans choice?
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>>9018046
Not of the Proto - Protoceratops itself was already a stretch goal of the crowdfunder, so Silva wasn't going to do a fan poll of an item that had a chance of not getting funded to begin with. I just wish it did, and that Bix was the suggested scheme; as much as I love my bacon proto, I wouldn't hesitate to drop money on a Bix themed figure, even if she is a little obscure these days.
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>>9017279
that chad fucking jaw holy shit
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>>9018155
Sorry whats a bix?
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>>9019464
bix nood
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>>9019526
sheeeeit
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Has it been confirmed that Stegosaurs are the next BotM lineup?
I'd personally rather have a sauropod series so we can have some Triassic dinosaurs for once.
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>>9012492
>>9012507
>>9012510
Based collection anon, pure soul. I want to do a diorama for my JP dudes.
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>>9018155
>>9017688
Oh hold on, rereading your previous post I relize you were taking about Dinotopia I kinda thought the tomato frog (bacon) color scheme was pretty similar like how the Gorgosaurus has a similar color look to the WWD 2013 movie Gorosaurus
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>>9017279
I'm gonna be poor buying rexes.
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>>9019804
Going >>9014960
>>9014972
To look beautiful
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>>9019906
He mentioned it in an interview but we'll know whrn officially launches the Tyrannosaurs KS as it always says whats next. Btw whats the deal with the Dragons are they on a back burner right now?
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>>9020039
Just go with the small and medium sized ones and get the 1/35 instead of the full 1/18th version
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>>9020050
Looks like "year of the dragon" is being pushed back a year.
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>>9019906
>Has it been confirmed that Stegosaurs are the next BotM lineup?
>I'd personally rather have a sauropod series so we can have some
He said that he hasn't decided what's next but he's listed Stegosaurs and Sauropods as ones he plans to do for certain. He's entertained the idea of 1/35th raptors at one point as little accessories for the bigger dinos now that he's been introducing the larger scale

>>9020050
>Btw whats the deal with the Dragons are they on a back burner right now?
He's not posted an update in a bit but as far as we know they're still being worked on
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>>9020370
Perhaps he is going to do that in the real year of the dragon, 2024.
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>>9020378
gimme 1/18 longnecks please even though I have no idea how I would even display them.
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>>9021744
Oh God I can't imagine the cost or shelf spaced need for somthing like that but I'd love any excuse for 1/18th Allosauriods or Ceratosaurus
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>>9021907
A 1/35 Diplodocus would be almost the exact same length from nose-to-tail as the 1/18 Tyrannosaurus. A 1/18 Diplodocus would be four and a half feet long.
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>>8987350
im going to ask, i'm from the front page and what is this thread in reference too?

I mean I looked up "wave II Ceratopsians" and saw 500~$ and all I can think to myself is with a laser resin 3d printer and a bit of time, you could make these yourself, possibly higher quality, for cheaper.
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>>9021939
I don't own a 3D printer, anonchama.
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>>9021964
I think the laser resin ones are going down in price

if wave 1 was as expensive as wave 2 and there are people waiting on all of them... that kind of adds up to a fuckload of money.
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>>9021918
Yeah, I'd pay about $500 for a 4 foot long dino.
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>>9021918
Like I thought way too costly, David has every reason to place the Saurpods line in a 1/35th scale I just hope a potential Allosaurus line isn't affected at most added after the fact but I really hope both the Stegosaurus and Allosaurus (most likely line to follow after a Stegosaurus or Saurpod line are the Allosaurus (Carnosauria) or Allosaurids depending on how many species he wants to make
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>>9021939
This Dinosaur General but we mostly talk about Beasts of the Mesozoic here. The thread is menting the last line that is currently released now but has been on preoder since the KS ended in August of 2019 the next KS will be the Tyrannosaurs line in late summer of this year. Line typically takes a year 1/2 from when the KS gets funded to when the first wave ships out. Rhe price of the figures is generally determined by mass and weight and less so by length but also partly by part complexity (from what I gather)
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>>9021939
$500 when, how are you going to make well designed articulated Dinosaurs for less than what he is offering?
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>>9022104
>we mostly talk about Beasts of the Mesozoic here.
I remember when /dg/ talked about Papo. That was nice.
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>>9022104
Good image, but I plan to pair Pentaceratops with Albertosaurus to emulate pic related, and Diabloceratops will be paired with Lythronax. Styracosaurus and Bistahieversor will both need a buddy as well, but I just don't know who.
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>>9022204
Some still do but BOTM is all the excitement here and so is Rebor
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>>9022231
Only did because of pic related
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Jesus H Christ. I was gonna buy a couple tyrannosaurus but I might only be able to afford the Big Rex.

Price estimates for that chad?
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>>9022578
150 I'd reckon. The two gignigga ceratopsians we have are going for 130, and he's overall more massive than either of those.
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>>9022080
yeah unfortunately I don't think there's a good way to make the sauropods scale with the other lines. 1/18th is too expensive and 1/18th won't look right, but then again the raptors are in a different scale.

>>9022104
I'm probably doing the penta/bistah and pachy/alberto myself. but gotta see what the tyrannosaurs cost. also almost certainly gonna get a little protoceratops and veliocraptor

>>9022586
yeah almost no way its less than 130, 150 sounds about right.
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Imagine how expensive a 1/18th Girafititan would be
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>>9022629
shit meant 1/35th won't look right
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>>9022638
Worth it.
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>>9022194
well lets see here, I cant make them for less if you mass market, tooling and injection molding costs a lot, and 3d printers just anret fast enough for mast market... however, and hear me out on this...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBpT19RgXPk

its not all that hard to sculpt, refine, and add detail, this video I think shows some of the versatility even in blender when it comes to sculpting,

from here there are various tools that that can let you pose exactly how you want, if you want something that is replaceable, there are tools to make ball joints, but if you go one and done you can use sI think some free tools that distribute weight so the thing stands up or balances the way you want it to.

from here its just getting your thing printed, depending on how many you want or if you liked the process, buying your own or renting a 3d printer, detail wise you are looking at a resin printer, I think a laser printer, dlp may give enough detail but laser definitely would.

granted, this is something im starting to learn myself for my own fun.
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>>9022821
Ok, I mean part of him doi.g this to begin with is the fact that absolutely no one else is doing ihas done this yet and he has the passion and skill and now resources to make this happen the other part is the demand and the funds needed for the project. No one else has done it yet. The Jurassic world Mattel Amber Collection is similar but still greatly lacking in true quality and detail. Another this he is hoping that the popularity of the line and brand of BOTM will interest and motivate other companies to do the same for now this is the only but also best option we have.
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>>8987350
Yutyrannus paint wip
Already looks amazing
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>>9023691
woah
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>>9023691
I really like how thick its legs and feet look. Looks like it'll definitely be able to stand on two legs.
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>>9023691
I like the funny chinese chicken lizard.
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>>9023683
I think the best option would be create the 3d model and sell it, something like this will always be niche. its cool he is doing it, but kind of better off 3d printing or small run casting, at least from a cost perspective, injection molding, we can kind of see where economies of scale kind of kicks in with this.
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>>9024064
O know, not even finished and it looks stunning and beautiful already.
Can't wait to see Dryptosaurus after
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>>9024410
Yes, do you work you work on this sorta thing yourself?
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>>9024154
Me too>>8988819
I wish the art waa already done for this one through
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>>9023691
Hope this looks as good as the concept >>8988819. Tail looks a little flat to me
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1/18th Bacon Protoceratops
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>>9026369
The usual shots
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>>9026372
He is substantially smaller than even the Zuniceratops. I like this and hellenikorhinus a lot, enough to buy at least one of each. Did Silva ever say what P. hellenikorhinus' paint scheme was based on?
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>tfw this guy just shipped out
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>>9028455
So bad ass
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Holy shit this art has out done itself
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>>9023691
Why is it feathered?
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>>9031400
Because Yutyrannus is known to have had feathers, its name literally translates to feathered tyrant
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>>9031414
Sounds like a made up lie by retards like Horner.
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>>9028455
I hope Rebor makes a 1998 Zilla. Or "Nuclear Iguana".
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>>9031400
Because it was found preserved with fillments or feather like so pic related is the most common reconstruction in Paleoart of Yutyrannus
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>>9031494
I hope they do a Rex based on the recent Sue model.
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>>9031429
Low effort b8
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>>9034051
Just feather deniers why can't people be more sane about it acknowledging understanding that both have there place
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>>8988904
>>8988169
>>8988207
I want these one's specifically
I never got into the Kickstarter stuff
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Any guesstimates on how much the Dryptosaurus will cost?
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>>9034458
60-70. Could be as high as 80 but I doubt it; he isn't that big.
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>>9034501
This Kickstarter is gonna be a wallet smasher. I might just get the kickstarter exclusive and then get something later on his general release.
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These two bros are probably the best figures I have ever owned. They're just an absolute pleasure to look at. I had no interest in dinosaur figures either but these threads caught my eye.
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BOTM bros, so if I chose combined shipping apparently the ceratopsioan line is now split into 3 waves? Then I need to wait until the big triceratops fulfillment in the fall to receive all my wave 1, 2, and 3 figures?
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These guys went up for pre-order in case you didn't notice.
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>>9035137
still no word on the Primal Rage variant(s) yet
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the mateless lizard vs. the Tyrant Lizard King
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For those that dont keep up with Nanmu theres a few new things in the pipeline, first off is a newer more screen accurate version of Indominus Rex.
Previous version was pretty damn accurate but lacked the quills.
Haven't shown it off yet but its coming
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Next up is not 1 but 2 different Baryonx with looks to be a optional base/nest
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3rdly is a new Trex based off the bull from TLW and includes Hannah Dundee from Cadaillacs and Dinosaurs
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>>9035392
heres the first version thats been shown off of the Bull
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>>9035398
also the base you'll be able to get for him
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size comparison off most of their figures
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>>9035049
I like my sub-adult triceratops so much I'm tempted to double dip and get the adult version too for herd building.
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>>8987350
Where and when can I get this trex? I don't know much about BotM.
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>>9035469
kickstarter for the tyranosaur line starts this fall I wanna say....so expect later 2022 at the earliest to get it
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>>9035469
It's not out yet. Kickstarter for the Tyrannosaurs will open sometime later in the summer, mid-July or early August I reckon. The first wave of figures will ship 11-12 months after the KS wraps up.
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>>9034501
Same thoughts here I hope he keeps it reasonable they should be less considering weight and mass compared to their Ceratopsians counterparts.
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>>9035476
Fall I thought he said late summer?
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>>9035137
oh nice. hope the plains variant goes up soon, that's the only other one out of these I plan to get
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>>9035049
The Tri looks so good without being too huge
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>>9037084
They really outdid themselves with the trike. I love the keratinized face particularly.
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>>9035137
>Gwanji
>Tyrannosaurus
He was an Allosaur damn it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3A6tNff9y98
My elephant killing Mexican dinosaur was an Allosaurus
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>>8995182
they need to chill with the chaos effect paint jobs
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>>9036572
I really fucking hate that black wash Rebor gives to all their figures. Their scale detail is already comically over-pronounced, the wash makes it even worse. At least use complimentary colours instead of just black all the time.

>>9037333
Only the colours are homaging Gwangi, the sculpt is based on a Charles R. Knight painting of a tyrannosaurus. If you want a movie-accurate Gwangi, then get the X-Plus when it comes out.
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>>9037992
No, they're fun.
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>>9037992
You know all of these colors are based on really animals frogs, snakes, and lizards not jut made up color choices like the Jurassic park/Jurassic world toys. As wild as they are only 1 was an omage to the 1980s Dino Riders figure and still came out awesome.
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>>9037992
The Monoclinus turned out great though
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Is there anywhere in the EU where BOTMs are sold? Everything Dinosaur has them, but shipping from the UK to the mainland is very expensive (and now there's also customs fees, thanks fuckers).
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Are there any living animals that have stripes on their horns like pic related?
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>>9039289
Mammal horns and Dinosaur horns aren't homologus. It is assumed they were covered in ceratin sheaths like Bird's beaks, and could have varied widely in color.
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>>9039093
When did Monoclonius come out?
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Opinions on Rebor's figures?
Currently looking at their Killer Queen Rex. Never gotten any of their stuff before.
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I don't collect dinosaurs but I've been in the market for a T-Rex. Are there any articulated T-Rex figures out there? Looking for a really pose able dino with a nice hefty size.
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>>9039135
Unfortunately I believe thats it for now unless someone in local store sells them though Creative Beast Studios ships internationally for the KS when the backerkit is open but also ships internationally for a base rate of $25 USD 3 for additional items so you can also buy from there if you think they are cheaper ny chance.
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>>9039808
Same time, as the rest on the KS but the blue green version based on the Dino Riders was an exclusive to the KS.
There is brown variant pictured here and its available 49.99 USD
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>>9039901
Not a T-rex but the closest thing right now (till the BTOM line) might be the Walking with Dinosaurs Gorgosaurus
>seen here w 3.75in Gi Joe
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>>9039995
Thanks! Not as big as I would like but it seems to have some decent articulation. However, it is rather ugly. I was looking at some of Mattel's offers, while they look really good, they are lacking in articulation.
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>>9040006
Then yea, waiting for BOTM in the OP pic is probs your best option, it'll be pretty much the only large-scale articulated rex figure on the market at all
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>>9040054
oh cool, I didn't look at OP's pic. I'm an idiot. Is this an ongoing line? Can I pick this up at the usual online toy shops?
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>>9040162
Creative Beast Studios website and Big bad toys for those in the US (of the 2 BBT has the cheaper shipping but individual pricing is slightly higher?
Everything Dinosaur for those in the UK and Europe
At present Ceratopsians wave 1-2 are available for shipping wave 3 is still on preorder but will have a cheaper price before releasing
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>>9040162
The Tyrannosaurs are an upcoming line on the other hand and will be funded via Kickstarter in late summer
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>>9040662
How insulting is it to be named after a place your dead rockified bones turned up at millions of years after you were alive?
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Big boy
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>>9041399
Will its teeth be hidden when its mouth is closed? All for this.
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>>9041399
Its big boi mini actually at 14 in. Long 1/35th it will be the one to be painted with exclusive paint scheme design inspired by the Walking with Dinosaurs rex>>9008884 as well as the >>9035480
having a counterpart that shares an identical color scheme to the adult I really hope we get 3rd version and he gives us a red rex color scheme that would look great.
In the picture the Trike next to not is the sub-adult not the 18 in full adult. Here it compared to the adult
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>>9039306
You know this is a fascinating concept
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>>9040701
Ouch but the bones don't care they're dead
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>>9041399
>>9035480
>>8987350
This one look enough like Sue for you guys to accept it?
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>>9041481
It's obviously not as huge as Sue, and I'm so used to the muted color on her model, but it's the sweet spot.
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>>9041511
How big would Sue be in 1/18 scale?
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>>9023691
>>8988819
Yutyrannus paint deco finished, gallery coming soon.
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>>9043471
I don't like the fuzz on the feet or hands, I feel like there is little evidence for that, and counter evidence in related species. Birds don't have feathers on their feet, and ankles, I don't think dinosaurs would either?
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>>9043477
Plenty of birds have feathered feet, owls, pigeons, other birds of prey, birds of paradise, etc, and we have evidence for it in Yutyrannus based on the holotype
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>>9043519
not to mention Yutyrannus lived in a seasonally cold environment, meaning full coverage would be advantageous.
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>>9039093
So fucking based to only use Actual Animal Colorations. Colorful, but with a sense of Possibility
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I'm thinking of picking up a nanmu. What is the most recommended? I can go with whatever price point.
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>>9044000
Have you seen the raptors color choices?
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>>9045118
Prefer carnivore or herbivore?
Got the Spinosaurus recently and its absolutely fantastic.

>>9039865
Rebor can be hit or miss but it seems theyve found their footing in doing figures of old outdated dinosaur designs and fictional versions of dinosaurs.
Their Trex is good but if you're willing to spend the money and want something more accurate to the JP trex Nanmu had 1 soon 2 versions, and display wise both the Nanmu and rebor trex fit in well together.
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>>9045529
Actually, what's the coolest herbivore they've done? Feel like getting a triceratops. I do have the spino preordered.
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>>9045538
Probably a tossup between their triceratops and their apatosaurus, they have a good anklyosaur too but it's a tossup between it and rebors.
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>>9045538
Ankylosaurus in my opinion, its extremely detailed but a few others preferablely the black one. There are two others close behind such as the Triceratops and the Sinoceratops as far as predators the Mosa and Allosaurus look great
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Beasts of the Mesozoic Tyrannosaurs Dilong paradox concept edit is out
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>>9045529
I'm more interested in the best scientifically accurate rex figure than explicitly the Jurassic park one.
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>>9046476
Neither company has been offering up-to-date science Rexes. Hopefully they do, I want a Rex that doesn't have shrink-wrapped eye sockets.
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>>9046499
yeah, I hope so too. I'm glad we're getting the BOTM ones but it'd be nice to have some scientifically up-to-date ones from Nanmu and Rebor

I think there's a place for both the outdated reconstructions and the new ones
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>>9046499
The Botm Rex looks pretty accurate and not shrinkwrapped
>>9041399
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Would the Kosmoceratops or the Spiclypeus pair up with the sub adult Triceratops better from a color scheme perspective?
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>>9047892
probably Spiclypeus, closer in color
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>>9047774
It does for sure, but It's probably going to be in another part of my room that allows for its size.
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>>9047119
I love how much it's emphasized it could make eye contact. The one big flaw of JP rexes is how wall-eyed they can look. Rebor Killer Queen has a bad case of it.
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>>9048203
definitely agree there
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>>9048021
Yes but don't forget about the more practical and space accommodating 1/35th rex here >>9041399 at 14in long its longer and possibly slightly bigger than the Papo rex and will come in 2 versions but the regular one will be sold after the KS
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>>9048651
>>9048021
Forgot pic,
Here's an image from the gallery posted today will post more
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>>9049913
In hand
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>>9049913
Interesting how big the base is
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>>9047119
>>9047774
>>9049913
Full side
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>>9050109
W trike
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>>9050117
More....
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>>9049913
Full image
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>>9050109
Back/tail
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>>9050136
w 1/35th "human" ?
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Does anyone know of some good 1/35th dinosaurs besides the BotM ones?
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>>9051919
(Some) PNSO figures
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>>9051919
Everything else is all non poseable like Nanmu, Papo, W.Dragon, Rebor, PNSO all 1/35th scale lines
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Are there any T-Rex figures as articulated as Transformers Kingdom Megatron? I love his dino mode and how pose able he is but would love an articulated dino version that isn't full of gaps.
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>>9048212
Is it bad that I want to pet it like some kind of big, dopey, scaly dog?
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>>9053540
Beasts of the Mesozoic is about to do it. There's a bunch of pictures of it above.
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>>9053553
Fossils paint it as being the pitbull of the therapod world, so yeah.
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>>9053584
It looks good but is it going to be able to pull off poses like this?
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>>9053869
I still feel gutted that I didn't buy this guy when he was really unpopular and fairly cheap on eBay. I still think about him sometimes.
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>>9053884
I think it's colors. It's makes the mold pop so much.
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>>9053869
>"Planet key goes WHERE!?"
Seriously, though, I love his colors, and while I could care less about his robot mode, that cybernetic T-rex form looks awesome. Damn shame he's so pricey now.
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>>9053999
>I could care less about his robot mode, that cybernetic T-rex form looks awesome.

100% agree.
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>>9053869
Maybe not, its head doesn't seem like it allows for that much. We'll have to see.
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>>9054644
Yeah, that's what I feared. I love Kingdom Megatron's pose ability but would love a T-Rex that's not so gappy.
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>>9054793
You're going to get more chance for gaps the more articulation you do on a dinosaur. Monsterarts have been running into that problem.
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>>9054837
Gaps for articulation are fine, that's understandable. Megatron is just full of panels and gaps because of the transformation. I think Revoltech did a really well articulated Rex but it's small size was a problem for just about everyone.
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>>9054507
>>9053869
What is that its cool looking
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>>9054846
You must be speaking of this
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>>9055301
Cindersaur, a Botcon exclusive. I think it's pretty expensive now.

>>9055394
That's the one. It's not as good as I remembered.
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>>9055301
Botcon variant of Cindersaur (a repaint of 10th Anniversary BW Megatron), was part of a two-pack with a dude named Rapido. Only 1,500 were made, and he was only available to attendees of Botcon 2010, so he goes for easily hundreds of dollars now.
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>>9043471
Honestly not rlly liking the paint scheme for this one, the white looks unfinished for some reason
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>>9056781
Its the one paint scheme I've completely vibed with so far.
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>>9055595
Was this the only charactor this sculpt was used for?
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>>9057277
No. It was also used for Cybertron Jungle Planet Megatron (pic related) and the United beast Megatron, in addition to the original use of the mold (10th Anniversary BW Megatron). So that's four uses of the mold (that I know of), but Cindersaur looks the best. They all go for a lot on the aftermarket these days.
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>>9057688
Oh mice to know, I like they style of the sculpt too bad they are all not any cheaper as you say
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>>9057023
I think the Albertosaurus is immaculate. Easily the biggest musthave aside from the giganigga Rex.
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>>9043519
But these aren't birds
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>>9061338
Birds are dinosaurs, get used to it or drain yourself of vital fluids
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>>9061456
Birds are an extremely derived and extremely atypical group of just one branch on the dinosaur family tree, and they are under wildly different selective pressures from their extinct relatives. Modern birds split off from other theropods even longer ago than primates split off from rodents, so you're being an obtuse faggot by claiming that animals, such as 6000 pound Tyrannosauroid, would certainly have identical integument to a modern owl or whatever.
I don't even dislike the feathered feet on Yutyrannus, and I don't think it's an implausible assumption to make. However, your p[hrasing of it in such a faggy "but LE BUHRDS are dinosor XD" manner is how we end up with retard-tier paleoart of 40-ton sauropods colored bright fucking purple and sporting a rooster's wattle. Remember, you are more closely related to a mouse and SUBSTANTIALLY more closely related to a fucking lemur than any modern bird is to a Mesozoic theropod.
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>>9061338
We have direct evidence in the holotype of Yutyrannus that shows the extent of feather coverage
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>>9061673
Yes
Look at it in its full fluffy glory
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>>9062036
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>>9062045
I for one love this Tyrannosauroid's look, and will welcome it into my collection
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>>9062166
Same
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>>9062194
Closed jaw
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Do any anons have the Wave 1 Zuniceratops, and if so could they post a size comparison with it and either the Styracosaurus or Diabloceratops? I initially dismissed the Zuni, but I really like the Suskityrannus, and Zuni is the obvious companion figure for it. Pic unrelated.
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>>9061673
So you're peddling lies? Okay.
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>>9064313
>ooooooo muh JINA, muh fake fosiles!!!!!!!!111111!!!!

Shut the fuck up dumb nigger
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>>9064218
Oh here is an orginal Pic from Creative Beast Studios of the Zuni alongside Diablocertops and others
1/2
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>>9064218
Here it is with Styracosaurus
2/2
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>>9065601
>>9065604
Thank you my friend. He is small but not extremely small.
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>>9067076
Your welcome , happy to help
Here's an extra one
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https://twitter.com/Beast_SculptKit/status/1400478482879205376

>Work-in-progress 1/35 Beasts of the Mesozoic T-rex prototype is on the paint desk now! I expect to be finished next week.
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>>9067456
Tail looking a little phallic but otherwise this is a great sculpt.
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>>9068917
For maximum ballsack effect paint it in flesh tone and glue hairs all over.
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>>9067456
I like how meaty his legs are. That's super fucking hot honestly.
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>>9067456
Any way to convince him do a version in the chaos effect colors
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>>9069704
You would have had to have put it into the original vote top main ones were in order of most popular
1st Walking with Dinosaurs T-rex:
320 votes

2nd)Kenner Jurassic park Red rex:
208

4th) Dino Rider T-rex: 115 votes

3rd) Beast Wars Megatron 116 votes

5th) Purple Tyrannosaur 7 votes
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>>9069883
I hate the fact Dino Riders, the objectively superior dinosaur IP, didn't get as many votes as it did. Fuck.

I mean which one of those had a glorious hand painted box art from the original which they could recreate for this special? I can only think of one.
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>>9069883
By far the most boring color scheme won. I guess most people prefer 'realistic' over fun. All 4 of the others are so much more fun.
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>>9069914
Well inspite of that it made the cut for a 2nd KS exclusive in a full 1/18th scale so this should satisfy the many Dino Riders fans as Silva made a based move and chose a 2nd exclusive that wasn't even 3rd place in votes but 4th( by literly 1 vote less)
I still want to see the Kenner Red Rex happen quite badly.
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>>9069923
I thought that initially too, than it grew on me rewatching the show. Glad I won't be obliged to by the 27in. monster as I want more species not one giant figure but given the extra cash I wouldnt pass on it its just not my first choice more excited for Tarborasaurus, Dryptosaurus, and Daspletosaurus than the main Tyrannosaurs but will try to add the smaller 1/35th rex possibly both since they should look nice and fit on the shelf easily.
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>>9069914
Well thank God the Beast wars Megatron didn't win, i hardly see that being pulled off on any figure especially BotM with the very natural looking sculpt vs extreme fantasy colors
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>>9069923
>By far the most boring color scheme won. I guess most people prefer 'realistic' over fun.
Or maybe a lot of people are simply fans of the Walking With Dinosaurs show and liked the color scheme? And this is about the only chance of getting a T. rex figure from that show unless you're okay with the cheaply made one in the Toyway line and find it on eBay or something.

I mean, sure there's probably some people that voted for it simply because it was the most "realistic" of the colors in the vote, but I don't think it was the only or primary reason.
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>>9070101
I feel like the Default paint scheme Rex was already close enough to the kenner
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>>9067456
I love how much weight it appears to have. First Rex figure to look actually Heavy
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>>9069923
>funfunfunfun
I just want a decent sculpt of our current idea of T-Rex. Let people have an option that doesn't look like it was thrown in fun dip.
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How many of the tyrannosaurs are confirmed 1/18? 1/35 is garbo scale.
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>>9071677
All of the Tyrannosaur series is in 1/18th, with the exceptions being

>Dilong paradoxus - 1/6th
>Tyrannosaurus rex (default paint) - 1/35th
>Tyrannosaurus rex (Walking With Dinosaurs paint) - 1/35th Kickstarter Exclusive
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>>9071677
>>9071803
meant to clarify, the Tyrannosaurus rex (default paint) will release in 1/18th scale too, the 1/35th is just an introduction to the scale because some of the future lines will also dabble in it for some of the bigger dinosaurs
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>>9071803
>>9071820
Thanks and Christ, my wallet is not ready for this.
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>>9071820
No, certain lines will in the future most of the line will maintain a 1/18th scale except Saurpods
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>>9071677
19/22 figures will and one is an exclusive so 18 species will be. Another is the 1/6 Dilong at 8in.
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>>9071820
Correction
18 species (juvenile rex)
22 figures including two exclusive varints(rex gets 2 variants in 2 scales and juvenile version (or if you want another species Nanotyrannus) Essentially T-rex is featured 4x in the line in different sizes and life stages (adult and juvenile) no there will be no sub adult or hatchlings but there will be some good sized bases in this line.
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>>9072582
>>9071820
>>9071803
>>9070898
>>9070407
Anyone else looking forward to the smaller medium sized 12in Tyrannosaurs? Looking forward to how Teratophoneus looks as will as how nimble and slim Quianzhousaurus its actually interesting how much bigger itnis than Alioramus remotus and A. altai.
Might give Alectrosaurus a chance as the paint is interesting with the tiny blue accenting the white stripe on the body. Going to take a pass on the Juvi rex as whats the point when I'm not getting the big rex and if I already have ones that are so similar and I can always say the Qianzhousaurus is Juvenile T.Battar
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>>9072559
thanks for restating what I said...?
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>>9074025
Oh I think I was trying to reply to the dude you were replying to not your post, oops sorry for the confusion. I hate it when this happens
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>>9074351
lel, I've done that before. no worries
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>>9069704
>>9070101
Funny enough we basically got the bull t rex from lost world toy line of you add black stripes to this one. I couldn't be more pleased myself.
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>>9070101
>>9077199
Depends on how it comes out, its possible and could be interesting
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>>9072559
I could see a 1/35th Torosaurus happening t b h, if the 1/18th one sold well (it did).
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>>9072582
Is it just me, or do the legs look weirdly long
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>>9077396
Sorry, I meant this bull coloration. I guess you could lay down a tan strip down its back and then paint the dark stripes.
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>>9077632
Oh this would work even better
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>>9077632
I'd love to know just how close in size they will be.
Sorry missed that ment that lol total fool of myself
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Is this the best/most accurate rex ever released in toy form?
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>>9035380
WAT

oh baby
I'll just need an Indoraptor to match
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>>9072607
That Tera head sculpt will be really interesting, and Im hopingn Alectrosaurus doesnt just look like a Trex Jr repaint
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>And he looked upon it and with tears in his eyes declared it was Beautiful!
And it was most beautiful
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>>9081232
What glorious beast
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>>9081233
>what a rex sees before feeling a searing pain in its side or abdomen
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>>9081232
I can't believe how nice it turned out
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>>9081232
He's amazing. He must be the size of a football. Not sure which brow horn set I prefer, but I am leaning towards long and straighter. Extremely pumped about him and Pentaceratops.
>>9081239
>Mom said it's my turn to be the most dangerous animal in Cretaceous North America.
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Does anyone ITT have a Carnegie Collection Iguanodon and a Jurassic World Roarivores Baryonyx?
If so, would you mind taking a picture of the two together so I can see how they scale with each other?
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>>9081232
Whats the difference between the horns?
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>>9083750
Straight vs curved for a young Adult or older adult
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>>9083795
The horns have a curve to them



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