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    (1:1) Juvenille Scipionyx Dinosaur Bust Resin Kit

    Hey Everyone!
    I wanted to share a sculpture I recently finished!
    It's the small cretaceous theropod, Scipionyx samniticus. It's 1:1 scale and features one side showing the bones and musculature with the other side being fleshed out. Originally sculpted in wax and cast in resin. Kits are available: contact Sara@SaraRichard.com

    One of my favorite dinos! I would love feedback and critiques!
    (1:1) Juvenille Scipionyx Dinosaur Bust Resin Kit
    Painted by Sara Richard.

    (1:1) Juvenille Scipionyx Dinosaur Bust Resin Kit
    Original Wax Sculpt

    (1:1) Juvenille Scipionyx Dinosaur Bust Resin Kit
    Original Illustration

    Also! I plan on starting a sculpt of a terror bird this winter.

    Thank you for looking! Please check out http://www.SaraRichard.com for more of my work!
    Last edited by Sara Richard; September 28th, 2010 at 12:05 PM. Reason: update pictures.
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    Very cool, nicely done with great detail!!
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    Sara,
    nice piece. I would have loved to see some of the skeleton of the arm exposed too.
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    Soooooo cool!!Maybe the arms seem too strong imho,but I love the fact that you put the hands in the accurate position,facing each other.
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    Beautifully sculpted and painted.
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    Great work ! Really cute
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    Fantastic work! I love, how you have paid attention for the accuracy! I have planned to do similar muscle study dinosaur model.
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    Beautiful work Sara! It's an odd blend of adorable and educational. Love it!
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    It's so cute! Which makes the muscle have look really creepy in comparison! Great sculpt. I've always enjoyed skeletal/muscle/anatomy diagrams.
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    Thank you very much everyone!
    I agree that looking at it again the arms seem a bit strong. And more bone showing thru in the arm would've been cool.

    Thank you guys for looking and the critiques!
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    Now that's purdy. Might sounds odd but I especially like the detailing on the inside of the fingers.

    Although, feathers?
    ...which is only my opinion.
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