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Dinosaurs and other creatures in 1/72

Posted by Mixvs MinimaX on 15 Sep 2014, 22:39

Just to do something for Dinosaurs and other animals in 1/72:
(Kits are from Mr. David Krentz's 1/72 collection).

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Achelousaurus vs Styracosaurus

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Achillobator

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Afrovenator attacks Jaobaria

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Apatosaurus

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Chalicotherium, painting in Tapirstyle with single cutted leafs.

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Gryposaurus

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Saichania walks in desert Gobi

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Tenontosaurus

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Corythosaurus

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

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Tyrannosaurus stepping just in the flowers.
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Posted by SamSagace on 15 Sep 2014, 23:14

Wonderful!! :love: :love:
Who is the manufacturer ? or are they single pieces ?
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Posted by 1Mac on 16 Sep 2014, 05:10

These are great!

Sam, here's the manufacturer. Single-piece resin models. Around $15-$50, depending on the size of the model.
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Posted by jamesmcknulty on 16 Sep 2014, 06:46

wow nice stuff that looks absolutely great.
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Posted by Kekso on 16 Sep 2014, 06:49

Something that can be seen very rarely here. Great first entry, welcome to the forum.
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Posted by Ben90 on 16 Sep 2014, 15:12

Something differnt! I like the white head of the tyrannosaurus... nice idea!
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Posted by Peter on 16 Sep 2014, 18:54

This is really something new for the forum and I like it a lot! :thumbup:

Welcome to the forum! :thumbup:
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Posted by Mixvs MinimaX on 21 Mar 2015, 00:52

Here we go with a new and freshly finished Dino-models.

Acrocanthosaurus atokensis, David Krentz, 1/72
I needed to smooth the layers of the 3D-printing and added new claws.

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Kelenken guillmeroi, scratch, 1/72
..runs through the Pampa, The model is about 3 cm long.

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Gallimimus bullatus, scratch, 1/72
..runs through a fern-meadow

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Therizinosaurus cheloniformis (1st edition), scratch, 1/72
...don't mess with his claws

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My smallest Dino, or the biggest match:

Conchoraptor gracilis, scratch, 1/72
...stealing an egg from a nest.

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from left: master model-cast-finished model

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Posted by Zed1 on 21 Mar 2015, 10:03

*sigh* Reminds me of having one of Krentz' dinosaurs still laying in my cabinet.
Although I personally don't like that resin material, the details of these models are really good.
Plus they look impressive in comparizon to a human figure of same scale.
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Posted by Konrad on 21 Mar 2015, 11:17

That's unbelievable!
I'm sure someone will start a Jurassic Park Dio now.
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Posted by Alex on 21 Mar 2015, 13:35

:thumbup: :thumbup:
Dreams.......
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Posted by sberry on 24 Mar 2015, 11:48

There is quite a number of nice dino models available – but dinosaurs in 1/72, that’s quite another thing. Inspired by your fascinating work here, I have ordered some of these creatures just yesterday.

Therizinosaurus cheloniformis (1st edition), scratch, 1/72

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My smallest Dino, or the biggest match: Conchoraptor gracilis, scratch, 1/72


- Just for clarification: Most of the pieces here are by David Krentz, but others are made by you; perhaps you should advertise this fact a bit more!
The Therizinosaurus is available already (at http://www.urzeitshop.de); will other pieces follow?
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Posted by Mixvs MinimaX on 25 Mar 2015, 20:07

Therizinosaurus is at Urzeitshop avaiable-but Conchoraptor not yet, except at my own adress.
In generally first I want to build and paint at least 5 my works (for the boxart), before I contact Urzeitshop or Dan's Dinosaur.
Who wants some of them before, can also contact me. So Conchoraptor.

The first 5-6 will be:
Kelenken
Conchoraptor
Deinonychus
Gallimimus
(Monoykus (at work)
(Wolly Rhino (at work)

Furthermore there are waiting:
Dracorex
Mammuthus
Pteranodon
Quetzalcoatlus
Stygimoloch
Stegosaurus
Therizinosaurus 2nd Edition

The masters are here to see:
http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=1335.0

cheers
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Posted by panzerman on 28 Mar 2015, 06:29

Very interesting creatures....I like the wide range of color schemes you used for them. The skull faced T Rex is my favorite.....cool.
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Posted by Mixvs MinimaX on 24 Apr 2015, 13:39

Meanwhile I finished two new 1/72 models. Both of them will be avaiable at May, 1st.

It's Mononykus olecranus while he examinates a termite dome.
Painting is inspired by the drawing of Mineo Shiraishi-one of coolest dinosaurs-artist I know.
(2 parts per box: base+body)

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and a Caudipteryx zoui facing a huge crab on its beach walk.
First I thought, the crab is too big, but there are recent crabs which have a diameter of 30 cm. So You can choose what this small scenery is about: The big size of the crab, the small size of the dino or the big size of the match. :-)
The scissors of the crab will be extra parts. For the legs and eyes I will put some wire in the box.

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Posted by Mixvs MinimaX on 03 May 2015, 15:00

Hihihi,

Again a creature is finished.

Coelodonta antiquitatis, 1/72, walking through the Taiga. Its freshly finished and I think, I will have the boxart ready next week. If someone is interested in, just write a PM.

There will be only 2 parts i the kit. The Rhino and the base.

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For the flower I decided this time to do it the easy way. Its just "wood glue" .

cheers
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Posted by Mixvs MinimaX on 23 May 2015, 23:56

Mixvs MinimaX wrote:Hihihi,

Again a creature is finished.

Coelodonta antiquitatis, 1/72, walking through the Taiga. Its freshly finished and I think, I will have the boxart ready next week. If someone is interested in, just write a PM.

There will be only 2 parts i the kit. The Rhino and the base.

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For the flower I decided this time to do it the easy way. Its just "wood glue" .

cheers
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Posted by Mixvs MinimaX on 23 May 2015, 23:57

Hi @ all,

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

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salute!
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Posted by Kekso on 24 May 2015, 11:56

Memmoth looks excellent... great material for some diorama
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Posted by Mixvs MinimaX on 18 Jun 2015, 19:56

New item.
The biggest creature earth has ever seen which was capable of flight:

Quetzalcoatlus northropi, 1/72

I painted it like a Condor, because this bird is today the largest creature which can fly.

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The kit contains 7 parts (1 body, 2 hands, 2 feets, 1 beak and 1 base).
In case of interest, just write me a PM.
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