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stargatedalek

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Re: Safari: New for 2017
« Reply #1920 on: December 16, 2017, 10:18:28 PM »
Safari doesn't seem to use a secondary paint sealant anymore, or at least not as good of one as they used to use. If you apply one yourself that should solve the issue.


Kaustav Bhattacharyya

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Re: Safari: New for 2017
« Reply #1921 on: November 12, 2018, 09:22:32 AM »
Greetings,
I am an extreme fan of safari ltd dinosaurs especially the models sculpted by Mr. Doug Watson. I am also very much biased toward Tyrannosaurus toys, the family I am fascinated with till my childhood. I always like the Tyrannosaurus toys with protofeathers and it must be whether it is discovered or not. I do believe that they were definitely feathered and there are valid scientific reasons lie for T.rex bearing feathers. I request Mr. Watson always add feathers when you are sculpting any Tyrannosaur toy, like the 2017 version, whether it is other than T.rex, like Dapletosaurus, Gorgosaurus, Tarbosaurus etc.
Lastly, again I also request for the supreme quality semifeathered version of T.rex toy from Mr.Watson and please do not add any base like the Giga 2017 as well as do not make any oversized feet.Tyrannosaurus did not have had lips and latest studies confirmed it. It may go with other dinosaurs especially the Abelisauroids.
Some people are whispering that it is incorrect. Here I ought to say that I have never seen the most correct representation of the tyrant lizard king like this figure has brought about. It is based on Sue specimen and I have seen the skeleton of Sue from various sides and angles and examined this figure. From this little research, I can say this is the most accurate and truly phenomenal toy representation of aged T.rex from head to tail.