Post by artdecovampire on Jun 17, 2015 0:43:08 GMT -5
On Friday (USA time) we will be releasing an amazing kit but Mark won't let me tell you what it is yet. Its our biggest kit so far and its in conjunction with Aroara. All I can say is its a big diorama to be situated north on the layout. If you are reading this e mail evryone you know and tell them to take a look. Lets see this as a countdown. If you are the type of person who likes clues take a look at our website's homepage. I'll be updating the Prehistorix website with juicy clues and on Friday Mark Kreiss will be posting a picture of the fully painted kit. I have already bought one, its that good. No its not just good....... its amazing!
Post by artdecovampire on Jun 18, 2015 0:20:22 GMT -5
Hi Scott,the Baryonyx is nearly ready to cast. But we are going to hold on to that for a bit, probably amke a great Christamas gift. The Sailback swamp is next. Mark has been busy in between though with the 'big kit' which features an Aroara element as well as a Prehistorix original. Infact it can be seen as two kits in one and the two halves can be used separately...... I could wax lyrical for ages. Any chance of a link to Steves photos?
Just one day to the big release! There will be a clue on the site later if you look for it in the feaitured products section under 'Mystery kit'
Post by scottbanks on Jun 18, 2015 21:31:39 GMT -5
I guessed wrong about the beastie. Though Steve's Megaloceros is amazing and should be its own kit. Also the other beast I saw in Steve's photobucket was not it either. Oh well, only a few more hours to go. But I do know where the base fits.
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Post by scottbanks on Jun 19, 2015 10:25:55 GMT -5
After thinking it was going to be a Brontotherium or an Irish Elk. My next guess was going to be a baby mammoth and a position for the existing leaping sabertooth. You did one better by adding another sabertooth. Great work.
Post by prescenes2 on Jun 19, 2015 16:55:48 GMT -5
One thing that I haven't seen mentioned yet is that the bases can be switched around. If you look on each side of the base(s), you'll see that certain spots/sides line up with each other. The large rock can be moved to either base too. PS fun!