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Re: Model Report from SVP
From: Steve Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>The exhibit area is larger and better stocked this year. Only one
>resin kits: the Dinosaur Studio, http://www.dinosaurstudio.com - which
>be familiar to list denizens.
>Their BRAND new release is the 1/35 Triceratops horridus.
Did Greg or Dan tell any of you SVP people when the T. horridus would be
>Also fairly new
>are 1/35 Allosaurus fragilis, Gorgosaurus libratus and Stegosaurus
And they have a Lambeosaur too -- it's currently the largest piece of
the line. Hadrosaurs were big critters.
>These seem to be to be very accurate; I can't pick any nits at all.
>detail. The Triceratops has visible scutes/knobs/whatever. The
>skin detail is a wrinkle effect formed of deeper and shallower
>think it would look fine when painted and viewed from a couple of feet
>away, but at my preferred viewing distance (nose touching model) I like
I think Greg and Dan go smooth with the skin unless there's evidence to
the contrary. It'll be interesting to see the tyrannosaur that's
chasing that T. horridus because IIRC a tyrannosaur skin imprint has
Thanks for the report,
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