Hi sepp & thanks for your comment - It really feels great to have so many people around me that understand my inner urge of Dinosaur-figure hunting, since there aren't many in my personal social surroundings . I think many of us can sing a song about this (German saying). Yes, I've seen the incredible new Krentz models & I'm very happy that he is continuing on the magnificent Antedeluvian Collection , since he must be very busy with his work on that new movie, that probably will be the best Dinosaur movie ever!
Another German with another cool collection! Very cool, postsaurischian! If you're interested in Invictas, please let me know, I still have some left for a fair price.
Hi Libraraptor - wow, thanks for the offer, but I have them all ;D (with the exception of the Troodon ). Just didn't have the time to take Photos. Thanks anyway & greetings to the Sauerland. Just came back from work and will take some more photos. It might sound funny but I got my first camera in my life 3 days ago and now I could take pictures all night long . It's fun with the Dinosaurs! Maybe the pictures get better when I'd be making them during the daytime .
Post by postsaurischian on Apr 30, 2010 3:45:51 GMT
'In Hand Museum' Triceratops horridus skull in 1:10
'In Hand Museum' Plateosaurus englehardti & Herrerasaurus ischigualastensis skulls in 1:3
I discovered the 'In Hand Museum' (Ants) webpage too late in 2001 and could only manage to get a few of their incredible skull models. They offered a wide range of these before they suddenly disappeared . Where are they???
Am jealous that you have the Invicta Apatosaurus. I keep trying to get hold of that guy, and he keeps eluding me...
I bought nearly all of them at the Humboldt Museum / Berlin before the political change in the former DDR. They all were ridiculously cheap . The amount you were forced to change when entering the DDR (30 East Mark for 30 West Mark ;D) plus a few more Mark were just enough!
cool thanks postsaurischian for posting the para, im actually very proud to be receiving the one she painted. she is also working on other hadrosaurs to gryposaurus is next then the edmontosaurus, lambeosaurus, corythosaurus, maiasaura, saurolophus and im hoping to convince her to do a tsintaosaurus as well since there really isnt a good representation of a tsintao. She is thinking of trying to do the para in the 1/50 scale as well now. the problem she came across that stopped her from doing it before was the cost. She didnt think any one would pay the high cost for it $60.00 + . I told her to try to make it without the sail on the larger one to see if it would cut back the cost. because the 1/50 brachy is only $38 . I dont see where the extra cost is coming from on the para. the two would only be about an inch different in length.
cool thanks postsaurischian for posting the para, im actually very proud to be receiving the one she painted.
You must have convinced her that you're the biggest Para fan in the world - Congratulations . Also for the non-honked Kinto skeleton. I think mine is just a production fault that turned out to be an interesting variation.