Post by EmperorDinobot on Jan 27, 2008 23:29:36 GMT
My most prominently shown collection is obviously my Jurassic park. These pictures were taken circa early 2006-07, there was a flood in my basement, and all the ground level toys are...scattered.
This was in the old house. We moved, I moved...It sucked because it was a heaven for my dinosaurs...
My zoids are mostly dinosaur type, or reptiles, or birds:
They can pass as dinosaurs here, so ;D
I'm gonna update it when I bring the box home. My house had low light levels in the basement...and my camera simply sucked. Those are my Carnegie, Safari, and Schelich dinosaurs. Except that back then, I only had one Scheich.
Now these, coming out of a bath:
These are my plastic, brandless dinosaurs, but some of these came with Planeta DeAgostini's magazine truncated issues from "The Big Book of Dinosaurs", and it was one weekly. 52 were issued, and I only got about 25 of them. This was in South America. I believe they were the first to make an Abelisaurus, and those dinosaurs are based off of Graham Rosenware's art in TBBoD. Some of them, at least, like the exquisite Muttaburrasaurus they made. It's one of the best depictions in plastic of this dinosaur, and no one has one
Post by EmperorDinobot on Jan 28, 2008 22:04:12 GMT
Nope, that Carnotaurus is very durable, comparable to anything from JP, and only has the arm joints, hip joints and lower jaw articulated. Nothing has fallen off. Unless he's talkin' about another dinosaur...
It's just as big as the Red T.Rex or the Thrasher T.Rex.
Post by EmperorDinobot on Feb 1, 2008 22:22:38 GMT
Yes, it is, but then again, so is the carnegie one. I meant that for the mainstream dinos. T.Rex, Velociraptor, Stegosaurus, and they even planned to do the best Triceratops even for TLW 'till it got cancelled for unknown reasons.
Yup, it's that Ichtyosaur. Comes with a sea skiff thingy, and with tuna. Or salmon.. Or melt their snout and turn them into Xipactinus.
The Elasmosaurus is ridiculously huge. He's the biggest fish I have in my non dinosaurian collection. He's ridiculous. I also heard that the euro version or whatever has electronics, just like the Brachiosaur.