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Dinosaurs and other extinct creatures in 1/72

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Dinosaurs and other extinct creatures in 1/72
Posted by Mixvs Minimax on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 3:17 PM

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

 

Acheolusaurus_Styracosaurus_1-72.jpg

Achelousaurus vs Styracosaurus (Kit by David Krentz)

 

Achillobator_1-72.jpg
Achillobator (Utahraptor-kit by David Krentz, . But too small for a Utharaptor. Achillobator is better) I gave him new fingers.

 

Afrovenator_Jaobaria_1-72.jpg
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.

 

Apatosaurus_1-72.jpg

Apatosaurus (Kit by David Krentz)

 

Calicaotherium_1-72.jpg
Chalicotherium, painting in Tapirstyle with single cutted leafs. (Kit by David Krentz)

 

Gryposaurus_1-72.jpg
Gryposaurus (Kit by David Krentz)

 

Saichania_1-72.jpg

Saichania walks in desert Gobi (Kit by David Krentz)

Tenontosaurus_1-72.jpg

Tenontosaurus (Kit by David Krentz)

Corythosaurus_1-72.jpg

Corythosaurus (Kit by David Krentz)

 

Triceratops_1-72.jpg
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.

 

Tyrannosaurus_1-72.jpg

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

other will follow soon

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    January, 2017
Posted by Mixvs Minimax on Thursday, January 12, 2017 4:06 PM

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:

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

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!

Kelenken_1-72.jpg

 

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

And one of the smallest dinokits of the world:

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

Conchoraptor_1-72.jpg

 

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

Mononykus_1-72.jpg

 

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

Caudipteryx_1-72.jpg






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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    November, 2009
  • From: SW Virginia
Posted by Gamera on Sunday, January 15, 2017 8:51 PM

Oh wow, nice painting and wish I could sculpt something that well!!! Great work all around there!!!

"Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children that dragons can be killed." -G.K. Chesterton

 

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    September, 2006
  • From: Bethlehem PA
Posted by the Baron on Monday, January 16, 2017 12:18 PM

Excellent sculpts, and excellent finishes!

Are you or David also on PlanetFigure?  I recall seeing someone posting SBS threads about sculpting prehistoric animals in 1/72.  Very cool projects!

The bigger the government, the smaller the citizen.

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v233/HansvonHammer/Humor/th_MonogramMafia.jpg?t=1296972087

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    January, 2017
Posted by Mixvs Minimax on Monday, January 16, 2017 2:35 PM

Yes, I did so. :-)

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    September, 2006
  • From: Bethlehem PA
Posted by the Baron on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 11:50 AM

I thought that was you!  Yes, these came out great, well done!

The bigger the government, the smaller the citizen.

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v233/HansvonHammer/Humor/th_MonogramMafia.jpg?t=1296972087

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    June, 2014
  • From: New Braunfels , Texas
Posted by Tanker - Builder on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 3:12 PM

Hi;

 I am so pleased that you chose to be somewhat inventive in the colors . Dr.Wing would be impressed .He was a lesser scientist on the Archeoptyrex find and a family friend . That's why I still have my interest . I spent one summer on a dig with his team .

 We were looking for more in that lineage .Very interesting . I wish he was alive to see the interest today . He would be thrilled . T.B. 

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    January, 2017
Posted by Mixvs Minimax on Monday, March 06, 2017 4:51 PM

Hi hi hi!

Next small (1/72) self-made dino-stuff:

Coelophysis pulls an eye from a shortly passed by young Placerias.

 

Coelophysis_1-72.jpg

 

Protoceratops andrewsi, 1/72

..is watching its nest.
Paintjob-reference is the Springbok (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Springbok).
BTW, this kind of camo (bright  downside, sand/brown upside with contrast-stripe between) seems to be witespread in the recent fauna.

 

Protoceratops_1-72.jpg

 

Last but not least: here we go with Placerias gigas, 1/72 - a late triassic Dicynodont.

 

Placerias_1-72.jpg

 

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    November, 2009
  • From: SW Virginia
Posted by Gamera on Thursday, March 09, 2017 1:53 PM

Oh gee I missed this when you posted the update. Again really nice work! 

"Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children that dragons can be killed." -G.K. Chesterton

 

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    September, 2010
Posted by modelnut on Saturday, April 15, 2017 8:58 PM

Beautiful!

It's been too long since I've visited this forum. Big Smile

- Leelan

  • Member since
    January, 2015
Posted by PFJN on Sunday, April 16, 2017 12:44 AM

Wow,

Those are great looking.

Pat

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