I am selling full size replicas of the Dilophosaurus from Jurassic Park. It measures 21 inches from the nose to base of the neck. It is made of high quality poly urethane resin that has been painted and sealed. The dinosaur is mounted to a wooded base with a laser cut name plate. The dinosaur can be hung on a wall like a trophy animal with a mount located on the back of the base. They are $200 each plus $25 shipping for the basic dino and $400 plus $40 shipping for the frilled version. Message me if interested.
By Full renderings, do you mean full body? If so I am going to finish the rest of the body some time in the future. I have the basic form roughed out of foam already. Just waiting for enough free time to sculpt it.
Well the basic form is made out of foam. Then I sculpted over that will NSP oil clay, took a soft mold of of that, then casted it out of poly urethane resin with fiber glass cloth. The eyes are vacuformed eye forms with a photoshoped backing.
As for other sculpts I plan to sell castings of. I have a few other JP dinos that I have started sculpting, 1:1 scale JP raptor bust, 1:1 TLW Compy and a 1:5 scale JP3 Spinosaurus bust
Other Non JP dinos
1:1Maiasaur hatchlings, 1:20 scale styracosaurus and a 1:8 scale Chirostenotes.
Hey bro.. I didn't even know you were a member here...of course I hardly leave the toy section...lol
I'm currently sitting here putting together a wire base for an undead dragon...we may be going with a dragon theme for our haunted attraction this year and this little 8" figure might be a basis for a full sized one in the caverns... ;D
It looks like you've been busy..if you get those other JP dinos done..I might have to make some tough choices...lol especially since I'm still trying to get a Compy sculpt made with some other guys...but with yours being fibreglass ( their was going to be foam ) I'd love to put one outside as well as in...
" Way out West are boney clues of many an ancient clash, preserved by deadly sand and mud and dark volcanic ash, these late Jurassic sediments, the Morrison Formation, a record of the Allosaurus, Prince of all Predation..." - Jurassic Punk