After your introduction on the members´ board, I highly awaited some pics! Great you put them here, I like them and your creativity! One of my goals is uniting my models on an attic Zallinger scene, too.
Btw: Left from the Carnegie Iguanodons, is this a self - painted Invicta one? And right of them? Larami?
After you said that, it made me look again--and now I'm wondering how Palorchestes (an Australian marsupial) is in the same place as Homo sapiens neandertalensis and Homotherium . Assuming that the cat is taken as it is made (based on a picture of Homotherium) as opposed to the label (which says Smilodon)--in which case, that cat never lived in Europe with the Neanderthals (Homotherium was much more cosmopolitan, with fossils found in every contiguous continent now, so call it Homotherium).
Although I do like the composition and setup--a woolly rhino, mammoth or reindeer/megaloceros would be appropriate to time and place. The Starlux Megaloceros would be nearly perfect in scale (hard to find but not impossible or too expensive).
Functional question--do you build up the dioramas yourself? Or adapt existing places with a few add ons? Never mind--read it over again, and I gathered that your dioramas are all built and are permanent structures.
Thanx for all the imput. The Platyhistrix simply wandered away from his normal spot( I can blame it on kids). My terrain is permanent, the animals are not. Rest assured he has long since been severely chastised and put in his place. I have tried to set up my world in timeline order from the Devonian, Permian ,Triassic etc. Ages. I am aware of some inconsistencies in placement(palorchestes) however I have limited space and sometimes must use a bit of artistic license. I have a huge Cretaceous area and I know I have some interaction that would never take place. And yes that Iguanodon was painted by me(a poor job and I think its a Larami..not sure. Have always considered that cat a Homotherium, as far as a wooly rhino or megaloceros, I have had great difficulty locating them in a scale for my world. I have them but they're not quite right. Thanx again for the imput.