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Dinosaurs etc. 1/72 - Protoceratops

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by MIXVS MINIMAX, Jul 29, 2017.

  1. MIXVS MINIMAX Member

    Protoceratops andrewsi, 1/72, Mixvs Minimax

    ...is watching its nest.
    Its again a small 2-parts kit. One base (with casted legs) plus the body.
    The model ist 2,7cm long.

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  2. gorgosaurus Active Member

    Country:
    England
  3. Nap A Fixture

    Country:
    England
    That's small ...certainly a different subject

    thanks for sharing

    Nap
  4. MIXVS MINIMAX Member

    Its a pleasure.
    Things will become a bit smaller.... (Mononykus, Velociraptor, Caudipteryx, Coelophysis, Conchoraptor)
  5. MIXVS MINIMAX Member

  6. MIXVS MINIMAX Member

    Dracorex hogwartia in 1/72 looking for Mr. Potter in the rocky terrain of the Rocky Mountains.

    [IMG]

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


    Stygimoloch spinifer in 1/72
    As You know Stygimoloch is probably identical with Pachycephalosaurus and Dracorex with Pachycephalosaurus as the adult stage.

    [IMG]

    I have chosen the Muskox (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muskox) as paintjob reference.
    The kit has 15 parts. 1 base, 1 body, 1 foot, 2 arms and a couple of spikes.


    Microraptor gui in 1/72 inspecting a nest hole.
    Because Microraptor is quite micro in this scale, it is sculpted to the tree.

    [IMG]

    The kit has 2 parts. 1 base and the tree trunk.


    Epidexipteryx hui in 1/72
    If You sculpt the smallest known dinosaur (skeleton lenght) in 1/72, You get the smallest known dinosaur model in the world.
    Epidexipteryx sits in a big brachiosaurid track pond and takes a bath. Beside a dramatic scene happens somewhere in the direction of the track. A Theropod of the size of a Yangchuanosaurus followed the sauropod (track upper right).

    [IMG]
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