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    Finally finished!!



    The set is the first in a ( hopefully) line of 1:40 dioramas

    4 adult, 2 juvenile Shunosaurus, 3 adult Yangchuanosaurs and one Huayangosaurus
    :2guns: THIS ARE 2 LITTLE VIDEOS SO YOU CAN HAVE A 3D VIEW OF THE SCENE.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-yuKJQQTU0
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vwRI67O_NQ

    and some pics of the finished pieces.




















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    The level of detail is insane as always...............................Genious!!!

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    Not only are those some of the most awesome-est sculpted dinos I've seen, and no offense, but they're just the cutest things, trying to be all ferocious and everything!!

    Awesome work, RCat - minus your hand in the photos, the level of detail suggests a much much larger scale. Truly impressive and inspirational work.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    Yeah,the photos and videos are horrible!!!We need some better quality!

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    Whoa my f*ing lord those are the greatest little beasties ever!

    So, where will your imagination take you today?...
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    I don't think I've ever used the words "dinosaur" and "exquisite" in the same sentence-until now. Really beautiful work. Truly you are a master of scales at all scales!

    Any Cretaceous stuff coming in those dioramas? Just curious; I've always been partial to the Dinosaur Park fauna.

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    Very nice job! I like the motion in your Diorama. Are you going to put it on a baseplate? Paintjob? Keep it coming!

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    Holy cow that is soooo good!

    The level of detail is excellent, will you paint it and do the scenery?

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    O__O look at the details there O__O
    And the pose of every single dinos in the scene is perfect, great motion!!!
    I think the shunosauruses were painted already, werent them? '__'

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    Any chance you could sell them individually in painted and non-painted form ? That would lower the cost and make them more accessible to buyers..you could rule the dino toy market with these.

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    O wow how cool! This stuff is absolutely stunning such close attention to detail...it's beautiful! mmmm...epoxy

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    Man, I can't stop coming back to this thread and staring in awe! Freakin'-unbelievable
    job RC!! Just too awesome. So, when are we gonna see some color pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyboy View Post
    Man, I can't stop coming back to this thread and staring in awe! Freakin'-unbelievable
    job RC!! Just too awesome. So, when are we gonna see some color pics?

    Hey Troy, you are right man Only grey and more grey.

    Here is another grey to the list, LOL!! thanks for visit my thread man, you were and still are an inspiration, I hope someday we could trade some pieces.



    img]http://i594.photobucket.com/albums/tt30/roostercat/trex1a18/15122009117.jpg[/img]



















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    Ho Ho! I just found something to show my dino obsessed friend. Good job.

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    Looks fantastic G. Great job as always.

    Now send me all of them, lol!

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    amazing work!

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    wowowowowowwowowowowowowowowow daria algo porque hicieras unas fotos de perfil a un rex acabado para colocarlas de texturas en el jpoperation genesis me encantan los dinosaurios tanto como a ti solo que yo no tengo tus manos jeje pero puedo hacer que tus dinos cobren vida en el juego espero te interese son perfectas wow

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    All I can say is thanks! - you have rekindled my childhood OBSESSION with dinosaurs!
    great...now my next sculpture is going to have to be a dinosaur...
    Could I be a bother and ask if you could recommend any good dinosaur books with good dino anatomy reference?
    pleaaaase keep posting - your work is amazing!

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    I love your work and wondered if it's possible to buy your T-rex and/or Spinosaur figures as raw kits? I have Lost World: JP stegosaur maquettes or other rare JP puppets, statues and maquettes you may be interested in trading? Do you have an original Winston Rex?

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    Amazing work. I love the diorama, since I collect 1:40 scale dinos, and really appreciate the fact that most of them are free-standing and don't require a base. I need to pick a set of these up. Any ideas what the next one(s) may be in that scale?

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    after looking at all these pics am amazed at the skill and details ..i have only one word... WOW!!!...

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    Any plans to do a 1/1 Jurassic Park Compy ? I would love to have a set of them... ;D

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    Some new Stuff.

    1:1 scale compsognathus maquette.








    10" tall clovy









    1:10 Trike









    Personal vision of BIG G ( Roostercatzilla 2)




















    ROF dragon.









    Huge 1:3 Alien Queen in progress.





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    Damn- I need look no further for inspiration. Your work continues to impress. I really dig the Reign of Fire dragon. What's your method for doing dragon wings and will you be taking any close up shots of that piece?

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    Ugh! The sheer awesome of these sculptures is making me want to get back into doing my own sculpts even more! Your attention to every detail is amazing, and I totally envy the scale you work at on some of these!


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    I really dig the Reign of Fire dragon. What's your method for doing dragon wings and will you be taking any close up shots of that piece?
    I second that!!! Those wings are great. I have yet to attempt a sculpture with wings, I find the idea of trying them kind of intimidating. Any pointers you can offer?

    Also, how do you get some of the 2 legged ones (like the compy and Godzilla) to stand like that perfectly balanced like that?

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    Again- amazing job on the toruk.

    I wish the toy looked half that good...

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    Turok Makto!
    can't wait to see red on that beast.
    your works are astounding!

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    Wow! Just......WOW! Excellent, excellent stuff.

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    Just

    I LOVE the texturing in your work! Amazing!!
    Also love the shot of your little girl holding the Trike - - very well done.

    Thank you for posting and I always look forward to more updates!!

    Bravo!!
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