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Scipionyx skeletal reconstruction for 3d printing

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Started reconstructing a Scipionyx for 3d printing

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Skull complete
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Skull + Jaw complete
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Started working on the chest and arms, they are so very small


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The skull and jaw are available for printing at full size here.

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:popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn:

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Looks very nice so far.

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Finished up a cervical vertebra

 

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The two lower processes are a bit too small for 3d printing, so I will have to either beef them up or exclude them from the print

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Looking great, so far!  Keep the updates coming, please. :) 

 

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:wub:

This is beautiful!

Great job!

 

Max

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Updated the arm bones, new on the left, old on the right

 

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Not super sure how I feel about the ribs and hips, they are accurate to the source material I have but the rib cage feels really long and the hips seem really small, but that could just be due to ontogeny and me being unfamiliar with the species, also I only have a side view to go off of for the body, so I don't know if my ribs are the right width

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Legs added

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:dinothumb:Nice!!

Tony

 

PS :popcorn:

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I think this should just about do it

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I have a rough version up on shapeways but considering how small some of the bones are I don't know how well it will print. I'm thinking I'll put together one in its death pose for printing in a bit.

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