Post by prescenes2 on Aug 13, 2010 12:56:29 GMT -5
Do YOU have any of the ADD ONs offered? If so, show us what you got or even list what you got! I, for one, would like to see what others have done! These could be kits offered by companies or do it yourselfers!?
So, to start it off, here we go...
I have this pic over in the "members collection" thread but I'll show it here as well. In the pic you can see some of the Add-ons I have in possession: * Action Hobbies - Parasaurolophus * Alchemy Works - Stegosaurus and Baby * Primeval Plastics - Struthiomimus, Protoceratops and Iguanodon. (Not shown - Deinonychus) * Home made modifications - Ceratosaurus (from Revell Allosaurus), Einiosaurus, Pachyrhinosaurus and Monoclonius (from Revell Spike and Trike kits), Ichthyosaurus (from Revell Darwin model). Also, a Neanderthal base to fit in with the saber tooth and tar Pit. And finally, my expanded version of the Jungle Swamp using two spare ceratops bases, styrene sheet for the water and some putty. (Three kits not shown are the Melania - a giant Komodo dragon from the Revell EnDANGERed kit and a Woolly Mammoth stuck in a Tar pit with a Condor on one of his tusks. On the Mammoth I used the alternate Trunk and Foreleg from Al at Python kits. Alchemy's Elasmosaurus.)
Post by prescenes2 on Aug 13, 2010 20:35:32 GMT -5
Alchemy Works elasmosaurus.
I changed this up a bit. I wanted it to be an underwater scene instead of him resting on the beach. I added some fishes and some extra model rocks from other plastic kits. Built up the sides so that they're the same thickness all around the base. Then, for added excitement, A giant squid was attached.
My first attempt at a 120mm cave man that better fits the cave size. it matches the cave woman size also. got 2 more cave men now. I also molded and cast the fire in clear epoxy so I could light it from below.
I sculpted three cave men for the PS cave at 120mm last year. these seemed to fit the cave better and match the cave woman. I cast around 10 of each and will sell the remaning 7 or 8, 1st come first serve. I may cast some more at a future date. the flint knapper was sculpted to be able to sit on the big rock and the medicine man was sculpted to sit in front of the PS fire. I cast a few PS fires in clear epoxy so it could be lit from below. I have a couple I could sell also. the first one was doing some cave painting holding a PS style human skull as a paint cup. not sure how to add the photobucket link so here it is. 5 pics all together.
Post by andymoscarts on Oct 27, 2012 17:56:41 GMT -5
Be careful what you wish for! When i make a dinosaur kit,unless I have a definite colour scheme in mind,I tend to do a quick sketch,scan it and then use photoshop to try out different colour schemes,Did this for my Ichthy kit-bash and just got carried away!
Still a bit of a work in progress,so plenty of scope for alterations.