Post by paleoferroequine on Dec 23, 2009 22:26:36 GMT
It's finished! Problem is that mega fauna are kinda boring in color so I tried to at least have some variation. What do you think? Conversion of Papo black rhino. Extended legs and changed position of front legs. And added fur, horn made from Magic Sculpt.
Post by paleoferroequine on Dec 24, 2009 17:49:05 GMT
Thank you for the compliments. The fur is not that hard, I use clay working tools and the epoxy gives me 2 hours so I'm not rushed. I'm learning with each figure I do. I'm still a beginner after all Problem is I have so many things I want to do but not much time so I know how Al feels. That's why most of my projects have been modest. I plan for a week or so in my head going over possibilities and even doing the conversion cut by cut mentally, it's like a 3-D cad-cam program in my head. ;D Then a flurry of activity in a day or so! Ack, I'm rambling, sorry for boring you I want to do some gorgonopsids some day and also more crocodillios Stomatosuchus, boar croc maybe some phytosaurs.
All of you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy Dino Year! ;D
Post by paleoferroequine on Jan 2, 2010 20:06:26 GMT
Thanks again every one. I don't think making a mold for me will be possible, so my only recourse would be to make each one, so they would be unique. Maybe I can get more time this year I admit this turned out better than I thought and I would like to share with people Especially since Elasmotherium isn't at all common as a figure. Just have to figure out how. Well, anyway ;DHappy New Year ;D again to everybody here and try to not get each other upset.
Wonderful as always. I still can't imagine how you did the fur. I wish I had one! Hey, great pastures and open space here in Seattle, perfect for a creature like t his one! ;D If you ever do custom orders, this would be one of the first I will get Keep up the great conversions, its been very fascinating to see what new ones you did.