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PostSubject: Takams Prehistoric Microfauna    Thu 11 Sep 2014, 22:29

On the Dino Toy Forum, there is a man who has made a service for people to commission Prehistoric creatures at fairly reasonable prices. His main goal is to immortalize Obscure creatures into figure form. He has made Animals in 1:20, and 1:100 Scale. I recently got some of his 1:100s and I love them. So I plan on Commissioning some new creatures from him the next time I order.

here are the threads about the line on the Dino Toy Forum.

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Now that the introduction to the Line is done and over with, I can do what I do best, and educate you all with my photos and descriptions.

here is my first models. They were not Commissioned by me.

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Individual Walkarounds coming soon.


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PostSubject: Re: Takams Prehistoric Microfauna    Fri 12 Sep 2014, 01:39

Hypsibema Missouriensis

This Animal is the official Dinosaur of the State of Missouri in the United States. The State of Missouri is not known for many dinosaurs, because the soil there just cant preserve them. this made the Discovery of Hypsibema and other Mesozoic dinosaurs a miracle for the state. Initially, it was described as a Sauropod, but now, it is believed to be a Hadrosaur.

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A view of the little bush that the Sculptor made
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PostSubject: Re: Takams Prehistoric Microfauna    Fri 12 Sep 2014, 06:54

WOW ! WOW ! WOW !

AWESOME critter ! cheers

Fantastic ! Wonderful !!! Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: Takams Prehistoric Microfauna    Fri 12 Sep 2014, 07:06

Very nice figurines!!

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PostSubject: Re: Takams Prehistoric Microfauna    Fri 12 Sep 2014, 19:34

Dryptosaurus aquilunguis

Dryptosaurus was a Tyrannosaur that lived on a island called Appalachia during the time of the dinosaurs. not much is known of this dinosaur as its remains were fragmentary. When it was first discovered in the 1860s it was named Laelaps. However the name was already given to a mite, so it was Named Dryptosaurus instead. Dryptosaurus(under the name Laelaps) has made it into a famous Painting by Charles R Knight, entitled  Leaping Laelaps.

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PostSubject: Re: Takams Prehistoric Microfauna    Sun 14 Sep 2014, 18:55

Appalachiosaurus montgomeriensis

Appalachiosaurus was a Tyrannosaur from the Appalachia region, as its name suggests. Like most other Tyrannosaurs, it had short arms and two fingered hands.. Unfortunately its only know from partial remains, but scientists have figured that these remains represent a specimen that was not fully mature.

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PostSubject: Re: Takams Prehistoric Microfauna    Sun 21 Sep 2014, 22:22

Ok here is the last one I have in this collection. It has no Scientific name yet, and its just known as a Appalachian Nodosaur. Its known from Fragmentary remains, so this Reconstruction is a little speculative, and based on other nodosaurs like Edmontonia.

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I recently Commissioned the artist to make a Dinosaur that everyone has pretty much heard of, but with new discovery's attached to it.
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