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Re: RE: Models + Dinosaur Soc...
> If you want truly awful dinosaur models, check out the Lindberg plastic
> kits. For fun dinosaurs (but not terribly accurate) try the
> Aurora/Revell-Germany dinosaur scene plastic kits. For the adventurous,
> there are ways to scratch-build models using polymer clays at home (like
> Sculpey or Fimo). And there are also the punch-out wooden dinosaur
> skeletons, which are pretty but not terribly accurate.
> Betty Cunningham(Flyinggoat@aol.com)
I have experience using the polymer clay and armature method. It can be
very rewarding and time consuming, but worth it. Anyone can email me for
basic how-tos if interested with more detail.
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