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Hi all,

Thanks so much for the kind feedback on my Berthasaura reconstruction. 

Here is another example of my work:  A 'juvenile' tyrannosaur skull based loosely on Jane (BMRP 2002.4.1)
I'm aware of the debates regarding age and species however I have just approached this as younger individual. 

Thanks so much for checking out my sculpt.

I'm printing a prototype as we speak, I'll post some updates on here once its assembled! 

 

 

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Cool, really nice. :dinothumb:

Im curious to see it when its assembled.

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Just now, North said:

Cool, really nice. :dinothumb:

Im curious to see it when its assembled.

Thank you - I'll post some updates once it is assembled!

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Very nice, much more detailed than my attempt! What software did you use?

“The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible.” - A. Einstein

 

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15 hours ago, ThePhysicist said:

Very nice, much more detailed than my attempt! What software did you use?

I use ZBrush :)

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Hi,

great work!

I wonder, is there a moment in your process when the anatomy is all there and the artificial destruction/ "fossilization" did not yet start? And if so,  may we see it?

My models are much to small to show that kind of surface detail, so I never used anything but colour to make them look like fossils, on the other hand like the idea of a "fresh" dinosaur skeleton.

Best regards,

J

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On 3/22/2024 at 10:56 PM, Mahnmut said:

Hi,

great work!

I wonder, is there a moment in your process when the anatomy is all there and the artificial destruction/ "fossilization" did not yet start? And if so,  may we see it?

My models are much to small to show that kind of surface detail, so I never used anything but colour to make them look like fossils, on the other hand like the idea of a "fresh" dinosaur skeleton.

Best regards,

J

Thank you for the kind words! I can show an earlier version pre texturing! I'll grab some images when I'm on my sculpting PC. 

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