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Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Gennady Danshin, May 4, 2012.

  1. gorgosaurus Active Member

    Country:
    England
    I like the Tarchia and the Turanoceratops.
    Spike.
  2. Tecumsea PlanetFigure Supporter

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    England
    I was going to say Spike where is he?-when he sees these he'll think he's died and gone to Dinosaur Heaven-you beat me to it:)..........great models it will be interesting to see what they are priced at, my wife thinks I'm a Dinosaur so these could tempt me!

    Keith
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  3. Ferris A Fixture

    Let me give these releases a bit more attention.... They deserve it!

    I just received the fighting dino pair and the Australopithecus figure and they're both great pieces!
    Excellent poses and detailing.

    The dino pair does not need any assembly, it's ground plate, dino 1 and dino 2; you can go straight to painting, with hardly any cleanup required.

    The Australopithecus comes with one separate arm with a perfect fit, a resin 'stick' and a horn for the animal skull in the groundwork. The detailing is very very good, left hand particularly is amazing.

    I made some pictures, but they are not better than the ones posted above. For size, the hominid stands about 5cm tall and the dinos are about 20cm long.

    Overall, I think these releases are excellent and well worth their price (which is not extreme, and very reasonable).

    I look forward to further releases in the series. I'm hoping for some feathered dino in 1:35 or 1:40, let's say a pair of Velociraptors in feathered guise... Now that would be cool!

    Adrian
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  4. redrik Member

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    Germany
    so now I present new figures of our project:

    Olorotitan
    scale: 1x38 25 cm. long, 12 cm height
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  5. redrik Member

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    Germany
  6. redrik Member

    Country:
    Germany
    another "Australopithecus Afarensis", "Oldman"
    Scale: 1x20, 4 cm height.
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  7. gorgosaurus Active Member

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    England
    Nice additions! I like them both.
    I´ve just bought an Olorotitan in 1/40 from another sculptor, but am still tempted by this one.
    I sent an e-mail a long time ago tovitali.klatt@gmx.de about the Turanoceratops and Tarchia, but have had no reply as yet ...
    Spike.
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  8. redrik Member

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    Germany
    Gorgosaurus, I did not get e-mail from you. Write again. You'll be glad to help you.
    my e-mail: vitali.klatt@gmx.de
    Vitali
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  9. gorgosaurus Active Member

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    England
    Have sent you an e-mail today, Vitali.
    Spike.
  10. Gennady Danshin Member

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    Russian-Federation
    If you will buy in addition to the your Olorotitan figure this our Olorotitan, then you will can have in future a small "olorotatanian" herd (y) , being that some new figures of the ones there are in our projects...:rolleyes:
  11. Helm A Fixture

    Country:
    England
    Wot no Raquel Welch ? ;)
  12. Gennady Danshin Member

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    Russian-Federation
    From here? :nailbiting:

    Attached Files:

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  13. gorgosaurus Active Member

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    England
    Paleoworld Studio´s Olorotitan, Turanoceratops, Tarchia and the 2 Australopithecines will soon be on their way to me from Germany, Gennady.

    Helm, as for Raquel - the extra resin costs may be prohibitive. ;)
    Spike.
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  14. Gennady Danshin Member

    Country:
    Russian-Federation
    Australopythecus painted;
    австрал -1А в росписи.jpg австрал -1В в росписи.jpg австрал -1С в росписи.jpg
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  15. gorgosaurus Active Member

    Country:
    England
    That looks good.
    Give it a spray with matt varnish.
    Spike.
  16. gorgosaurus Active Member

    Country:
    England
    The castings I ordered arrived today and it is going to take me a while to get over the shock ...
    After some expensive disappointments with Dinosaur kits by producers new to me I have to say publicly here and now that what I have received from Paleoworld Studios can only be described as ...

    TOP QUALITY DINOSAUR KITS FROM A NEW PRODUCER.

    The sculpts are full of "personality" and fine detail. Clean, crisp, almost faultless castings fit very well together, requiring relatively little clean up and putty work. If there are any minor inaccuracies they are debatable and an easy fix for any modeller worth his salt. Anyone without a scientific knowledge of these animals will not notice them. These kits are the perfect entry for any modeller considering trying his hand at prehistoric animals for the first time. They are not industrialised products, but more along the lines of "garage-kits", so packaging is basic to keep costs down - which is just fine by me. Someone (Vitali) even took the time to do a little cleaning and pre-assembly on my Tarchia.
    PaleoWorld Studios may well be a "new on the market" Studio, but I feel that with more future releases they can become a force to be reckoned with in this corner of the modelling world. I will certainly be supporting and promoting them as much as I can.

    Spike.
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  17. Ferris A Fixture

  18. redrik Member

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    Germany
    Spike, thank you for your message!
    It is really made ​​a bit primitive, this process is still in development. Compressor is very loud and dripping everywhere on the floor pastik. But I'm getting better.
    Soon, will by come new models from Permian animals from me and mammalian animals from Gennady.
  19. gorgosaurus Active Member

    Country:
    England
    Nothing "primitive" about the kits I received, Vitali. (Other than the subject matter;)).
    Exquisite castings.
    I´ll be buying more and so should some of my friends.
    Spike.
  20. redrik Member

    Country:
    Germany
    Thank you Spike! I meant by "primitive" the production process. :)

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