looks good, I like the skin texture; makes it look "armored". I'm not so sure about the "teeth". Remember they didn't have teeth; the fangs are part of the bony plates that make up the head. the best way to decribe it would be a turtle head which is what the scientists thought they had found when they saw the skull for the first time. the Cleveland museum has a full size model on thier website or you could look up pictures of snapping turtles that would give you a good idea of what they looked like since thier jaws work the same way. one other interesting fact; this is the oldest animal that the color of the skin is known, maroon/red on the top and iridescent silver underneath. not sure how they figured that out though, but it is cool.
Love the idea of a new line of related kits, as the Prehistoric Encounters moniker seems to imply.
The Dunkleosteus is one of my favorite prehistoric creatures, so I'm happy to see it featured in a kit - agree with the comments above that it would be better if the "teeth" didn't look separate- they should seamlessly be part of the face, since there was no "skin" over the armored face and the "teeth" were just part of the armor -- but it's not as if the Prehistoric Scenes kits are historically accurate either (the ceratops teeth!) -- all that matter to me is that the scene looks cool, and this kit is certainly off to an impressive start.
Thanks guys we did a little homework from various sites and skulls and thought this was best approach. The other figure I hope will be done in the next month. Its about 90% complete just doing some minor fixes to get it right. Will post more pics as I get them. Thanks Trev for the vouch.
Any more updates......... Got Mike's Dunkle, Elasmo, Krono and just got the Mosasaur. Waiting on Steve's Ichthy to start laying out the "ocean scene" and what to consider where to fit this sculpt in....