Post by artdecovampire on Jul 28, 2015 3:42:57 GMT -5
Forgive the shameless self promotion but I'm sure you will all want to know that Prehistorix is about to release yet another new large kit. One we call........The Sailback Swamp Extension. This kit make the original Sailback base in to a complete swamp. ITs an amazing kit with at least twenty parts. Its sculpted, moulded and almost ready to go. By the end of the week it will be available to buy. You can find the purchase details on the Prehistorix website, which will be fully updated by Saturday. There is info on this kit already there if you look at the right pages and follow the links.
Deluxe. This includes the base, a medium cycad, a tiny palm, horsetails, free standing ferns. A killer newt on a log, a giant spider with a barrel cycad, a giant dragonfly on a tree, a massive centipede with a stump. Its a mammoth kit and you can see it on the link which will take you to a pinterest board.
Standard. This is all of the above without the dragonfly, spider and centipede and their plants and bases. We are releasing it this way in case you wish to use the base as a scenic element for a stand alone display. Or if you don't like giant insects?!?!
Creeping critters. You can buy the fab three on their own if you want an extra set to scatter about your layout or use them in a way of your choice.
Just take a look at it and explore the site. There's plenty to interest you. The final pages and prices will be up by Saturday. Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!
Post by artdecovampire on Aug 10, 2015 5:38:12 GMT -5
It's great to get positive feedback, we loved putting together this kit. I put it together because since I was kid I always wondered what the rest of the pool looked like, I imagined the sail back cooling off in it on a hot day. I also like the pre dinosaur world and the BBC series that looked at this period walking with monsters really gripped me. Casting the ferns and all the Palm fronds was a trial for Mark but he saw it as a labour of love so hats off to Mark!
Post by artdecovampire on Aug 14, 2015 2:51:48 GMT -5
Thanks Andy. Marks paint brings it to life but it's nice to have a kit with a lot of parts. I feels like the jungle swamp did all those little bits of detailed fun. My aim is to make the baryonyx base fit up against this and the sail back rock section and have niches on it so you can 're arrange the satellite bases and the creeping critters to bring it all together. Plus the creeping critter foliage is pretty much interchangeable from base to base. There will also be another few bits of foliage for the baryonyx base to add to the fullness of the scene.