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Dinosaurs and other creatures in 1/72

Posted by Wiking on 07 Aug 2017, 06:48

Yes thank you for the link, sberry.
Very interesting.
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Posted by MixvsMinimax on 31 Aug 2017, 22:08

Here we go again:

Placerias gigas, 1/72, (by myself), a triassic Dicynodont (a cousingroup of the Mammals), comes back home and thinks it's good to touch the green, green lycopodiopsida of home...

Its a 2-parts kit (1 figure and 1 base) and the model is 5cm long.
It's believed, that Placerias had a hippo-like lifestyle, therefore I painted it like a hippo.

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Posted by stenfalk on 01 Sep 2017, 10:12

It is always interesting to see what nature has created during the last few million years and it is always interesting to see what you have created over the last few years. Nice work! :yeah:
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Posted by Susofrick on 01 Sep 2017, 10:36

The old homeground looked the same as he stepped down from the train, and there to meet him was his mama and his papa? Great looking hippo-ancestor!
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Posted by MixvsMinimax on 01 Sep 2017, 12:39

..Down the road it looks and there runs Mary
Skin of gold and lips like cherries...
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Posted by Susofrick on 01 Sep 2017, 13:56

Now, wait a minute .... how did he get off the train? They weren't invented yet .... He didn't know that so he didn't have any problem with that.
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Posted by MixvsMinimax on 20 Sep 2017, 22:17

Hi everybody,

Last weekend I looked at my Velociraptor and thought: Thats a damn boring base!
Thats a predator and let's place it's kill under it's feet. What a luck, that I have
finished Velociraptor's prey (Protoceratops) recently.

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Posted by Wiking on 21 Sep 2017, 04:13

Good idea. Well made. Look far more interesting.
:yeah:

The high social standard of that time is new to me.
The laying Dino get a massage?
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Posted by sberry on 22 Sep 2017, 08:32

This growing collection of creatures is really impressive! How many species have you sculpted so far?
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Posted by MixvsMinimax on 28 Sep 2017, 10:37

@ Wiking: The lying dino gets a "making the flesh soft enough to eat" massage. :-)
@ sberry: There are now 19 creatures, but 2 of them are not finished. Published and avaiable are 15. Dracorex and Stygimoloch will be published in Oktober/November.

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Finished and unfinished Mixvs Minimax-Models:
1st row: (from left) Velociraptor, Conchoraptor, Caudipteryx, Coelophysis, Mononykus, Protoceratops
2nd row: Dracorex (published in Okt 2017), Deinonychus, Stygimoloch (published in Nov 2017), Kelenken
3rd row: Pteranodon , Coelodonta, Placerias, Galliminus
4th row: Quetzalcoatlus, Mammuthus, Therizinosaurus
5th row: Stegosaurus, Giraffatitan (both in progress)
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Posted by Beano Boy on 28 Sep 2017, 20:51

Well you certainly have found your Dino corner in the hobby. Well done on all your work. :thumbup:

I believe I have that ice age rodent that chases that nut around somewhere in the house. BB
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Posted by MixvsMinimax on 02 Oct 2017, 22:07

@BeannoBoy: Mmhmm...jup.

And as I said above, here comes the new item Dracorex hogwartia in 1/72 looking for Mr. Potter in the rocky terrain of the Rocky Mountains.

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The kit has 15 parts. 1 base, 1 body, 1 foot, 2 arms and a couple of spikes.


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Posted by MixvsMinimax on 04 Nov 2017, 13:00

Salute!

As I promised befor here comes the new item Stygimoloch spinifer in 1/72. Stygimoloch is probably identical with Pachycephalosaurus and Dracorex with Pachycephalosaurus as the adult stage.

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As paintjob reference I have chosen the Muskox. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muskox).

The kit has 15 parts. 1 base, 1 body, 1 foot, 2 arms and a couple of spikes.
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Posted by stenfalk on 04 Nov 2017, 14:06

The time of the dinosaurs was really very diverse. For the rich informations alone, it's worth following your thread. The illustrations with the photos of the colorful and often smaller than expected animals is a wonderful addition to this. Really good stuff! :yeah:
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Posted by MixvsMinimax on 05 Nov 2017, 19:31

Thanks. My aim is to have at least one of nearly every dinosaur-family. So there is plenty to do. Ankylosaurids and Stegosaurids for example.
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Posted by Susofrick on 06 Nov 2017, 10:43

This is a great thread and it shows that our hobby quite complex and wide! Really love this kind of threads and Benno's is great that so many sculpturers are here and show what they do and often how they do it! Huge thanks!
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Posted by guilhem on 06 Nov 2017, 11:06

Excellent! Is it possible to buy this animals?
I love the mamouth and the rhinocéros.
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Posted by MixvsMinimax on 07 Nov 2017, 11:01

Oui, bien sûr !
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