Post by artdecovampire on Jan 26, 2015 17:57:50 GMT -5
As you can see another superb cast from Mark. The body and teeth are separte for moulding purposes and the rod and rock give it stability and are included. Mark wants to point out its a difficult cast and there are a few minor air bubbles. Otherwise its a nice chunk of resin awaiting those spare legs. You have to have obne!
I got mine yesterday along with everything else, package weighed 6 lbs!It's a great piece, the pics really don't do it justice. All Mark's castings are perfect and the prehistorix packaging is a nice touch. You guys are really on a roll at the moment,keep up the good work. Cheers, Gareth.
Post by artdecovampire on Feb 14, 2015 6:14:02 GMT -5
Morning Gareth. There is nothing better than a satisfied customer and Steve's tiger has created plenty. The rock and the steel pin are great addition to the package. Mark and I try hard to think things through when it comes to making a product. Mark's casts are great. he also likes to pack a box with plenty of bubble wrap to keep things safe. Put our website on your favourites and keep yourself up to date with whats coming next. As you can see our mesozoic hunting ground is days away from production and the Bryonyx will be ready to go later in the year. Bill -(Artdecovampire) - Prehistorix.
Post by prescenes2 on Feb 15, 2015 16:20:18 GMT -5
Glad everyone likes the tiger so far. Thanks to Mark for willingly casting him up and Bill for his artistic abilities. Thanks Bill for the comps! Would like to see some build ups of him. Anybody got any???
Post by artdecovampire on Feb 15, 2015 17:33:05 GMT -5
Well Steve, credit where its due. Not only was your tiger a lovely piece of sculpted work, it was also a great concept. There is a picture of Mark's build up on the 'Prehistorix' website under featured products. If anyone has a build up of any Aroara or Prehistorix products I'd be happy to put any pictures up on the site.