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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 1:39 am


...Thank you very much, Ana, for pics and site! cheers As you has saw - dinos are my special enthusiasm! Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 3:01 am

There are two types of dinosaurs here,
THE SOFT MODELS which are toys like we used to collect

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And the DESKTOP MODELS which are more expensive, made in resin and more fragile.

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I will only speak about the Soft models. They are both known to be excellent.

I only have the deinonychus but this is only a money problem because I'm first a Wild animal collector and I can't buy everything I want alas. ( I know I'm not the only one... Wink )

You must know they are a bit smaller than the Papo or Schleich.

IMHO, the must have in this line are the ankylosaurus and the stegosaurus.

Why ?

The ankylosaurus is actually not an ankylosaurus ( If you want one, the Safari is the only one to have). BUT the kinto is the more accurate Euoplocephalus tutus model available.

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I also recommend the stegosaurus, which is 1/40 scale  Very Happy . This model is the only one which show the armoured throat of the specie.

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Thank You for valuable lessons Christophe and for lot of good pictures too.
Sergey Thank You too for pictures of very interesting things and dioramas. I think all this topic is very interesting. I don't have knowledge of dinosaurs and maybe that's why I never thought about collecting them. Although I think many of them are incredible, especially Papo versions.
I found very interesting site with customized dinosaurs: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] I think You may find there something nice too   Very Happy

It is indeed a very good site Ana. Very Happy
Papo models are very awesome but they are alas very inaccurate... So I can't recommend them for a "scientific" collection  Wink

By the way I've got this Maiasaura model below. It is a big KAIYODO model, beautiful but hollow so very fragile. It is at the same size than the SCHLEICH edmontosaurus. I forget to take my own shot...

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 3:24 am

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 4:14 am

First i want to gratulate you on your great dino collection my friend!
It is huge in several ways! cheers

We could discuss about some things about dino's here, but it is not my field or special interest, as it is more for you, so for me you are an expert on this! king

I love those sauropods, because they were the biggest land-animals that ever lived.
You couldn't understand how the moved around with those elongated necks... Rolling Eyes
You would like to think, that they were semi-aquatic or so, and it is thought they lived on the edge of aquatic-inviroments...

I saw many programms about dino's and their pre-ancestors, and i am reading a thick book about them at the moment.
But they can think what they want, all they know, is that when they see the skeleton, and programm that on modern moving animals, nature always has the strangest solutions for some things... Shocked
What seems logical, isn't true very often, because there are always exeptions... Rolling Eyes
It is nice that the scientists keep thinking, and are getting iside-information about those animals from time to time, but it will always be a guess...
So which dino model is accurate, and which one isn't?
Untill we don't invent a time-machine, we will never know exactly... Laughing Rolling Eyes

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 8:10 am

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First i want to gratulate you on your great dino collection my friend!
It is huge in several ways!  cheers

We could discuss about some things about dino's here, but it is not my field or special interest, as it is more for you, so for me you are an expert on this! king

I love those sauropods, because they were the biggest land-animals that ever lived.
You couldn't understand how the moved around with those elongated necks... Rolling Eyes
You would like to think, that they were semi-aquatic or so, and it is thought they lived on the edge of aquatic-inviroments...

I saw many programms about dino's and their pre-ancestors, and i am reading a thick book about them at the moment.
But they can think what they want, all they know, is that when they see the skeleton, and programm that on modern moving animals, nature always has the strangest solutions for some things... Shocked
What seems logical, isn't true very often, because there are always exeptions... Rolling Eyes
It is nice that the scientists keep thinking, and are getting iside-information about those animals from time to time, but it will always be a guess...
So which dino model is accurate, and which one isn't?
Untill we don't invent a time-machine, we will never know exactly... Laughing  Rolling Eyes

Thank you Willy  Very Happy You are very indulgent with my so tiny collection... I'm serious.

It's true that paleontology is a science where things and ideas changes a lot because the new discovery shakes up older ideas...
But what we are sure about is : A model who doesn't respect the skeletal can't be accurate !  Laughing
If someone found a cheetah skeletal and a toys company makes a model with the corpse of the cheetah, the head of a dog and the tail of a deer, and if this compagny decides that the model would be bipedal. I'm sure you would agree it is bullshit...  Wink.

One living example : The last SCHLEICH black rhino :
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Some of us can think it is a very good black rhino models and some it is the best available now.
I think it's a good toy, very well made BUT it is a poor black rhino model. Here is a real black rhino :
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In real life, the head of the black rhino isn't at the same size than the abdomen, it is smaller. Not on the Schleich.
I remember discussion about the CollectA white rhino, is it a white rhino ? because the lipps are not as flat as a real white rhino.
If we can discuss about this, we can also say : Is that Schleich black rhino is a rhino ? With such a big head  affraid
I remember a topic about the Papo jaguar, the conclusion was "it is an awesome big cat but it can't be a jaguar". It's true ! Why ? The head is too small, the tail is too long and the body is not enough bulky.

So ?

The Schleich Saichania with six toes on the hind feet can't be an accurate saichania.
The Schleich apatosaurus or brachiosaurus with totally wrong forefeet can't be accurate models.
The Schleich sauropelta with so much differences with the skeletal can't be accurate.
The Papo pteranodon with teeh inside his mouth can't be an accurate pteranodon. Pteranodon means "toothlesswing" ! No teeth in the mouth indeed
The Schleich and Papo spinosaurus can't be accurate spinosaurus because the heads have only a few things in common with the spinosaurus skull.

And ?

The Kinto ankylosaurus is an accurate euoplocephalus because it is conform with the skeletal.
The same for the Kinto stegosaurus, apatosaurus, brachiosaurus...
The same for the Safari ltd spinosaurus, apatosaurus, brachiosaurus and all the Safari ltd models since 2008.
The same for the Schleich shonisaurus, edmontonia, parasaurolophus or plateosaurus.

The paleontology is not only a matter of guess, it is a true science and the hypothesis are serious. Those guys are not speaking about faeries and dragons, they are studying extinct animals which lived under the same biological rules than us.

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I love those sauropods, because they were the biggest land-animals that ever lived.
You couldn't understand how the moved around with those elongated necks... Rolling Eyes
You would like to think, that they were semi-aquatic or so, and it is thought they lived on the edge of aquatic-inviroments...

It's a good example Willy  Very Happy

So let's talk about it. Modern zoology and biology are young science with only a little bit more than 3 century of existence. Paleontology is even younger.
Modern technology is also a young knowledge.
When the first sauropods were discovered, the people of that time can't imagine how such big animals could stand on their legs. the scientist of that time imagined that they were semi-aquatic animals and water helped them to support their phenomenal corpse.
At that time Gustav Eiffel constructed thing like a well known tower and he used a lot of metal to do such structure.
Nowadays ingeneers would use far less metal to build an Eiffel tower because the knowledge increase and we are able to calculate lighter solutions which are even more solid.
It's the same with the paleontology, this science progress at giant step since his birth. at the beggining, the problem was collecting bones as fast as possible and sometimes they even used dynamite to do so  What a Face
Now, when scientist find something, there is far more work and far more precautions than in that earlier days.
For the sauropod, we now think that they are absolutely not swamp animals.
Why ? Despite their size, the feet of the animals are not like "swamp animals" feet. Physics science explain that this feet would not support a big animal in a swamp, it would sank in the mud... It's not a guess, it's a knowledge. Nowadays we are able to know if an antelope is living on dry land or on swamp when we only look at the hoofs. A waterbuck or sitatunga toes are very different and larger than an eland toe. It's the same for animals which lived in the desert sand or snowy land.
So they are not able to live in swamp... Are they able to live on dry land ? Yes, physics models show that the bone structure is solid enough to quarry such animals on drier land.
One more proof ? Footprint, we found footprint of those animals and they were dryland footprints.
About footprints, scientist don't find prints of the tail and it confirms that the tail of dinosaurs are not llying on the ground like in the early reconstructions
What do they eat ? The first paleontologist were searching about bones and skeletal, they believe that such big ones lived in a swamp and they concluded that they eat swamp plants...
Modern paleontologist used all the modern science knowledge, studying the environemment of the fosills etc, etc... And we know now that those animals were not swamp plant eaters, but conifer and ferns eaters.
All of those things are not simple guess.  Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 11:46 am

yes, you are right, paleontological working methods and analysis have changed a lot in the last years. just think about the new possibilities, that the analysis of the slightest bit of organic substance gives the scientists: DNA-analysis, age-determination or climatic conditions... things that the early paleontologist couldn't even dream of Very Happy
some weeks ago I've read an interesting article about the gigantism of sauropods, in a german magazine (GEOkompakt, no. 23 "evolution"). it says that sauropods had very light bones as they were partially filled with air-chambers, similar to the bones of birds. they also had very effecive lungs to supply all their organs with enough oxygene. to get enough energy to feed this giant systems, sauropods did not chew. so they were able to eat very much food in a short time and also their heads could remain small sized, as they didn't need a lot of chewing-muscles. so all in all there were lots of different small factors that allowed these dinosaurs to grow to a size of nearly 40 metres (argentinosaurus). though this enormous size, most scientists estimate that they didn't weight that very much (e.g. diplodocus: just 10 tons weight at a length of 28 metres!).

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 12:43 pm

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yes, you are right, paleontological working methods and analysis have changed a lot in the last years. just think about the new possibilities, that the analysis of the slightest bit of organic substance gives the scientists: DNA-analysis, age-determination or climatic conditions... things that the early paleontologist couldn't even dream of Very Happy
some weeks ago I've read an interesting article about the gigantism of sauropods, in a german magazine (GEOkompakt, no. 23 "evolution"). it says that sauropods had very light bones as they were partially filled with air-chambers, similar to the bones of birds. they also had very effecive lungs to supply all their organs with enough oxygene. to get enough energy to feed this giant systems, sauropods did not chew. so they were able to eat very much food in a short time and also their heads could remain small sized, as they didn't need a lot of chewing-muscles. so all in all there were lots of different small factors that allowed these dinosaurs to grow to a size of nearly 40 metres (argentinosaurus). though this enormous size, most scientists estimate that they didn't weight that very much (e.g. diplodocus: just 10 tons weight at a length of 28 metres!).

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...It,s very interesting information, diversity! Thanks! (The sauropods is my lovely dino,s species)...  cheers  bounce

...And by the way - thank, Christoph again for new information!  cheers   Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 1:59 pm

Christophe, diversity and Sergey-thank You very much for lot of information Very Happy Fantastic to hear something new everyday. Dinosaurs can be fascinating indeed!
And You know what? I consider to buy first dinosaur model Laughing I'm not sure, maybe just for my son, don't know yet. But what was always annoying for me in collecting dinosaurs-even if there is many companies making the same species You are unable to make good looking herd because each triceratops(for example) has different skin color Rolling Eyes The real colors of dinosaurs will always be a secret and field for fantasy of the artists. But they were not Easter eggs so too colorful herd doesn't look fine silent
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I think the artist who make all these figures is very talented and I like many of these models. (Although prices are high...) What do You think about this one:
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for me this one has something wrong in the middle part of the body, don't You think it looks too weak? Experts what is Your opinion?
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 8:38 pm

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I think the artist who make all these figures is very talented and I like many of these models. (Although prices are high...) What do You think about this one:
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This brachylophosaurus is really a fine model Ania and expensive too  Wink  But again it is one of the cheaper  cheers

Raters studio makes really impressive models indeed but they are big na dexpensive: I haven't got enough place and money for them.  No

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for me this one has something wrong in the middle part of the body, don't You think it looks too weak? Experts what is Your opinion?
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Ana, I'm not an expert, i'm an amateur who love wild animals, doesn't matter for me if they are extinct or not. I also love natural history and jurassic or congo jungle are the craddles of my dreams...  Very Happy

Some people on DTF are far more expert than me, one is actually specialist of marine reptiles.
But ok I like to share the few things I know and my opinions as all of us may know now  Laughing .

There is nothing wrong in this model. I mean it is true to the skeletal reconstruction.
Now is it too weak or not is really a matter of point of view.
First we are often intoxicate by models like Schleich (I agree they are not the only one...) which are very fat indeed.
As Diversity explained, the sauropodes bones were lighter than we thought and the global weight of such giants is also lesser.
Look at african elephants, the bigger are very BIG but not FAT. There is no reasons to think the sauropods were different on that point.
A chubbier model could be also a good model if it doesn't contradict the skeleton.

the main problem with this model is the price is not weak at all   Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:48 pm

...It,s very impressive realistic dinosaurs! And very expensive, yeah? Nice models without questions, by the way - sauropod model is diplodocus or seismosaurus? There are most large sauropods on this pics...

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1. Amphicoelias fragillimus
2. Argentinosaurus huinculensis
3. Supersaurus vivianae
4. Diplodocus hallorum
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:57 pm

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Not a diplodocus or seismosaurus... It is an apatosaurus !

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Not a diplodocus or seismosaurus... It is an apatosaurus !


...Hm... for apatosaurus it,s very graceful... And what you say, Christoph, about long and supple tail like diplodocus tail? Laughing Laughing But yet who knows (as we,ve saw) it,s all possible on each brands! Laughing Laughing Laughing
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...Hm... for apatosaurus it,s very graceful... And what you say, Christoph, about long and supple tail like diplodocus tail? Laughing Laughing But yet who knows (as we,ve saw) it,s all possible on each brands! Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Seriously Sergey, why do you think diplodocus are graceful and apatosaurus aren't ? Why ?
Because, like all the people older than 40, we saw books with fat brontosaurus and slender diplodocus when we were young... That's the only reason.
Why do you think apatosaurus have a short tail ? The old book !
We are intoxicated with false datas...
that's maybe the only reason why the last Schleich looks like a fat brontosaurus with a fat tail, to be sure that the parents who would buy it won't be shocked by a slim apatosaurus with a long tail.

Now, look at the skeletal reconstructions : Here is a Diplodocus one

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And here is one of the apatosaurus reconstruction !

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And here is the Raderstudio model :

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Now repeat after me : Apatosaurus are not fat ! Apatosaurus have a long tail like a whip !
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:11 am

Thank You teacher Kiki Very Happy For me You are expert because You have MUCH better knowledge then me and I can learn from You Cool

Of course I remember some pictures of dinosaurs from the past and maybe that's why I imagine them stockier. But thanks to doctor Kiki my imagination will be updated Laughing

For me or my son I would rather buy Schleich or Papo version of course. I can't buy such expensive models like from Rater Studio site but I wanted to show it because it's interesting.
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Thank You teacher Kiki Very Happy For me You are expert because You have MUCH better knowledge then me and I can learn from You Cool

Of course I remember some pictures of dinosaurs from the past and maybe that's why I imagine them stockier. But thanks to doctor Kiki my imagination will be updated Laughing

For me or my son I would rather buy Schleich or Papo version of course. I can't buy such expensive models like from Rater Studio site but I wanted to show it because it's interesting.


Oh no.... Shocked Poor and sad Kiki No

Please Ana, if there is one thing I will like to teach is how to buy a decent and accurate model.

If you want to buy a dino, go for arecent Safari and not a papo or Schleich.

Believe me, the artist you are will fall in love with them and you will give your son the great chance to play with dino toys which look like the real ones and not beautiful but false models. Wink

It's time to stop the curse of fat apatosaurus Very Happy

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Oh no.... Shocked Poor and sad Kiki No

Please Ana, if there is one thing I will like to teach is how to buy a decent and accurate model.

If you want to buy a dino, go for arecent Safari and not a papo or Schleich.

Believe me, the artist you are will fall in love with them and you will give your son the great chance to play with dino toys which look like the real ones and not beautiful but false models. Wink

It's time to stop the curse of fat apatosaurus Very Happy

Laughing Ok, now I understand :) Safari are quite hard to get for me but I will think about it :) So none of Schleich or Papo dinos are accurate? I was thinking about 1 or 2 figures for beginning scratch

Ok I found the answer from You Kiki:shonisaurus, edmontonia, parasaurolophus or plateosaurus by Schleich. Right?

This is a lot for beginning. But maybe I will think how to get Safaris Cool
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:07 am

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Oh no.... Shocked Poor and sad Kiki No

Please Ana, if there is one thing I will like to teach is how to buy a decent and accurate model.

If you want to buy a dino, go for arecent Safari and not a papo or Schleich.

Believe me, the artist you are will fall in love with them and you will give your son the great chance to play with dino toys which look like the real ones and not beautiful but false models. Wink

It's time to stop the curse of fat apatosaurus Very Happy

Laughing Ok, now I understand :) Safari are quite hard to get for me but I will think about it :) So none of Schleich or Papo dinos are accurate? I was thinking about 1 or 2 figures for beginning scratch

Ok I found the answer from You Kiki:shonisaurus, edmontonia, parasaurolophus or plateosaurus by Schleich. Right?

This is a lot for beginning. But maybe I will think how to get Safaris Cool

I feel better now Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:36 pm

Today I saw, a live, for the first time, the sauropodas of Safari! A diplodocus and an apatosaurus!
And I think that Christophe is absolutly right! There is something that gaves him reason... he don't use words like ... very beautiful... so cute... very colourful, etc. He explains logically his points of view!
I like it! The dinos are absolutly well donne!
Of course I'm not saying that he is God! But Bacchus... maybe!!! :)
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:00 pm

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Today I saw, a live, for the first time, the sauropodas of Safari! A diplodocus and an apatosaurus!
And I think that Christophe is absolutly right! There is something that gaves him reason... he don't use words like ... very beautiful... so cute... very colourful, etc. He explains logically his points of view!
I like it! The dinos are absolutly well donne!
Of course I'm not saying that he is God! But Bacchus... maybe!!! :)




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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:19 pm

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Today I saw, a live, for the first time, the sauropodas of Safari! A diplodocus and an apatosaurus!
And I think that Christophe is absolutly right! There is something that gaves him reason... he don't use words like ... very beautiful... so cute... very colourful, etc. He explains logically his points of view!
I like it! The dinos are absolutly well donne!
Of course I'm not saying that he is God! But Bacchus... maybe!!! :)




... Hm... That is the result of our dialogue with Christoph? scratch scratch I don,t understand about it... scratch scratch

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:50 am

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Today I saw, a live, for the first time, the sauropodas of Safari! A diplodocus and an apatosaurus!
And I think that Christophe is absolutly right! There is something that gaves him reason... he don't use words like ... very beautiful... so cute... very colourful, etc. He explains logically his points of view!
I like it! The dinos are absolutly well donne!
Of course I'm not saying that he is God! But Bacchus... maybe!!! :)




... Hm... That is the result of our dialogue with Christoph? scratch scratch I don,t understand about it... scratch scratch

Sergey, I love and pay atention to your oppinions too... I did it with almost of the people in this forum!

I hope I'm not turning in a Crazy Portuguese Croc!!!Laughing


Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Ok, and this sounds more better! Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

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PostSubject: Best dinosaur figures ?   Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:43 am

Papo dinosaur figures are amazing but there is so few of them.  There are so many dinosaurs missing from Papo line.  I don't usually stick to one brand but Papo dinosaur figures are just better than every other brand by a mile.  With that said, which brand make the next best looking dinosaurs figures after Papo?
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Wed Aug 07, 2013 6:21 pm

safari, i think
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Wed Aug 07, 2013 9:11 pm

I agree, Safari has the best looking ones.
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Wed Aug 07, 2013 9:14 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Thu Aug 08, 2013 1:43 am

If you are looking for accurate models of dinosaurs, go for SAFARI Ltd or KINTO favorite.

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Thu Aug 08, 2013 6:54 am

Can someone tell me what the different between the regular Safari dinosaurs and the Carnegie collection? Are they more detail? Are they the same scale?
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Thu Aug 08, 2013 9:10 am

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Can someone tell me what the different between the regular Safari dinosaurs and the Carnegie collection?  Are they more detail?  Are they the same scale?

Without being an expert, I have the impression that they are both very fine, but Wild Safari Dinoes has a few odd ones, like the cute babies and such . scratch 

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Fri Aug 09, 2013 8:13 am

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Can someone tell me what the different between the regular Safari dinosaurs and the Carnegie collection?  Are they more detail?  Are they the same scale?
I don't think there are simple generalizations here that are going to hold consistently. The Carnegie line is supposed to be a "museum" line (more accurate, more aimed to the collector) but some of the Wild Safari dinosaurs are (in my view) absolutely wonderful and preferable to their Carnegie counterparts (for example, I love the Wild Safari Triceratops and I like it more than any of the Carnegies). So it's a mixed bag and there isn't an easy answer. You'll really have to look at each model individually.

However, when the Carnegie series succeeds, it really succeeds. (You'll have to take my opinions with a grain of salt. I would take my Safari dinosaurs any day over my Papos. There isn't a single Papo dinosaur that I prefer to my most favored Safaris.) The Carnegie Giganotosaurus and Diplodocus are just awesome.

But ultimately, I try not to get too stuck on just one brand. Similarly, I try not to form a bias against any brands either. My favorite Parasaurolophus is the Schleich Replica-saurus from 2007 I think. I realize that most collectors think Schleich dinosaurs are horrible. And they often are. But I don't want to make the mistake of missing out on a great model because I am biased against a brand. Likewise, I don't particularly like CollectA dinosaur models in general. But I have their Psittacosaurus and Plateosaurus and I love them. (Their Therizinosaurus also looks good.)

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Fri Aug 09, 2013 8:18 am

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Papo dinosaur figures are amazing but there is so few of them.  There are so many dinosaurs missing from Papo line.  I don't usually stick to one brand but Papo dinosaur figures are just better than every other brand by a mile.  With that said, which brand make the next best looking dinosaurs figures after Papo?
if size isn't an issue, you should check out Kaiyodo's dinotales series, as well as other japanese brands
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Fri Aug 09, 2013 9:12 am

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If you are looking for accurate models of dinosaurs, go for SAFARI Ltd or KINTO favorite.
What do you think of Battat's dinos, Christophe? scratch 
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Papo dinosaur figures are amazing but there is so few of them.  There are so many dinosaurs missing from Papo line.  I don't usually stick to one brand but Papo dinosaur figures are just better than every other brand by a mile.  With that said, which brand make the next best looking dinosaurs figures after Papo?
if size isn't an issue, you should check out Kaiyodo's dinotales series, as well as other japanese brands
I have never heard either of those brand, let me check Amazon.

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Fri Aug 09, 2013 9:27 am

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What do you think of Battat's dinos, Christophe? scratch 
I think they are not in the same category... Papo, Safari and Kinto are available and still in production. Battat are beautiful, accurate and sought after but are retired and some are very very very expensive. Shocked  Wink 

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Fri Aug 09, 2013 10:31 am

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Papo dinosaur figures are amazing but there is so few of them.  There are so many dinosaurs missing from Papo line.  I don't usually stick to one brand but Papo dinosaur figures are just better than every other brand by a mile.  With that said, which brand make the next best looking dinosaurs figures after Papo?
if size isn't an issue, you should check out Kaiyodo's dinotales series, as well as other japanese brands
I have never heard either of those brand, let me check Amazon.

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Fri Aug 09, 2013 11:40 pm

In my opinion, nothing compares to Papo dinosaurs when it comes to detail, sculpt, paintwork and size.
But the fact is that it's only Papo's interpretation of what a dino should look like and many people say they are not accurate and based on Jurasic Park fiction movie dinosaurs.

...and they are probably right...

So when you only care about beauty, collect Papo and nothing else.
When you care a lot about paleontology, be ready for some inferior looking dinos....and love them for their accuracy.

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sun Aug 11, 2013 3:53 am

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So when you only care about beauty, collect Papo and nothing else.
When you care a lot about paleontology, be ready for some inferior looking dinos....and love them for their accuracy.
I think saying that one should "be ready for some inferior looking dinos" overstates the case. There's no question that Papo dinosaurs are beautifully sculpted. There are very few (perhaps no) duds in the Papo line when it comes to dynamic, life-like, wonderfully textured, well painted dinosaurs. Their dinosaurs always seem completely alive to me, and I love that. Moreover, some Papo dinosaurs are masterpieces; no question -- in my view, the Allosaurus and the Carnotaurus in particular. But it seems far-fetched to say that the Safari models like the recent Diplodocus, the Miragaia, or the Giganotosaurus are "inferior looking" (or the Tyrannosaurus, Allosaurus, and Styracosaurus by Favorite/Kinto). Putting aside accuracy for the moment (and putting aside Kinto/Favorite), Papo seems to be by far the most consistently strong line of dinosaurs currently available. But other companies make specific figures that are as good as the Papos.
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sun Aug 11, 2013 5:09 pm

Papo figures have the appearance of resin figures, and as detailed. if only they were scientifically accurate (although they do have certain figures that could be considered accurate), Papo would be the best brand in the world.
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Tue Aug 13, 2013 10:25 pm

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In my opinion, nothing compares to Papo dinosaurs when it comes to detail, sculpt, paintwork and size.
But the fact is that it's only Papo's interpretation of what a dino should look like and many people say they are not accurate and based on Jurasic Park fiction movie dinosaurs.

...and they are probably right...

So when you only care about beauty, collect Papo and nothing else.
When you care a lot about paleontology, be ready for some inferior looking dinos....and love them for their accuracy.
Beauty is often in the eyes of the lover drunken   I think Papo dinosaurs are often beautiful... But I also think that SAFARI Ltd triceratops, postosuchus, Nigersaurus, Brachiosaurus and apatosaurus are, at least, as beautiful as Papo Wink 

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Aug 31, 2013 9:18 am

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What do you think of Battat's dinos, Christophe? scratch 
I think they are great but are retire and cost re-seller price. I can't say the same about Invicta though.
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Sat Aug 31, 2013 7:50 pm

I don't have a Papo, so I could not really compare, but with all the lines that I have, the Kaiyodos and the Kinto Favorites seem to top them all. I simply melt in awe when I review them.

There are some Carnegies in my collection that are beautiful.
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Tue Sep 03, 2013 5:33 am

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I don't have a Papo, so I could not really compare, but with all the lines that I have, the Kaiyodos and the Kinto Favorites seem to top them all. I simply melt in awe when I review them.

There are some Carnegies in my collection that are beautiful.
I agree. The Kaiyodos and Kinto/Favorites really are wonderful. (Papos are great too, though, no doubt about it.)
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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Tue Sep 03, 2013 5:22 pm

Interesting discussion indeed :DI think Papo dinosaurs are nice but they are all in one style. Many other brands look nice too. I personally like more colorful ones :)

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But ultimately, I try not to get too stuck on just one brand. Similarly, I try not to form a bias against any brands either. My favorite Parasaurolophus is the Schleich Replica-saurus from 2007 I think. I realize that most collectors think Schleich dinosaurs are horrible. And they often are. But I don't want to make the mistake of missing out on a great model because I am biased against a brand. Likewise, I don't particularly like CollectA dinosaur models in general. But I have their Psittacosaurus and Plateosaurus and I love them. (Their Therizinosaurus also looks good.)

Me and my son just started small dino collection and our (actually HIS but I help choosing/buying) first dino was Torosaurus from CollectA, then we bought also Tarbosaurus (because it's funny) and Ortholotitan. My son loves them and each of these 3 has own name and drawing in scratch book :)I think we're going to choose few from each brand in future.  
It's interesting but kids seem to love the Schleich T-rex especially (maybe because it's green and his jaw can be opened or closed? he is classic pop culture T-Rex I think), when my son saw him in a shop he was delighted, perhaps soon this figure will join the collection also. scratch 
I was looking at Safari dinosaurs too, many superb models there too. And colorful Favorite are I think my favorite probably.

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Tue Sep 03, 2013 10:36 pm

That's wonderful Anna! How much fun! (I really am excited for you. I started collecting dinosaurs completely out of anticipation of having my son get excited about dinosaurs. So I'm really looking forward to his becoming interested in them.)

I have to confess, I love the recent green Tyrannosaurus by Schleich. I can't help it. My favorite Tyrannosaurus are the three "soft" models by Kinto/Favorite and the Blue/Green running t-rex by Kaiyodo. But despite its weird proportions (they are very "pop culture," as you put it well), I am just really fond of the Schleich.

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PostSubject: Re: Best dinosaur figures ? Sauropodomorphs and other dinos considerations... And Black rhinos too   Wed Oct 09, 2013 4:26 am

Being a Dinosaur collector. I feel I must have a say in this topic.

The best dinosaur figures after Papo depends on what your looking for. If your looking for great detail, then Schleichs world of History Dinosaurs, should come in next as they are extremely inspired by Papo. However, if your looking for Accuracy, then stay away from those, and go for the Carnegie Collection and Wild Safari figures.

Those two lines have some nicely detail models and are mostly accurate, though some of the Current Carnegie models are outdated, and will be resculpted in the future.

The difference between the two is that The Carnegie line is a Line of Collectibles, and should not be regarded as toys in the literal sense, wile the Wild Safari line is more play friendly(though they should not be rough housed with)


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This is very interesting Shocked 

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