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Re: Ceratosaurus' Prehistoric Collection
« Reply #40 on: February 07, 2020, 09:27:52 PM »
Nice collection  :)
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Re: Ceratosaurus' Prehistoric Collection
« Reply #41 on: February 08, 2020, 06:28:28 PM »
That Stegosaurus is quite the looker. Very tempting.
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Re: Ceratosaurus' Prehistoric Collection
« Reply #42 on: February 09, 2020, 12:56:28 AM »
That Stegosaurus is quite the looker. Very tempting.

@Halichoeres It looks even better in person. Itís quickly become one of my favourite figures. The base also matches the REBOR Ceratosaurusí base perfectly. I donít know if it was intentional but the shape of their bases look as if they are made to fit into one another.
« Last Edit: February 09, 2020, 12:56:58 AM by Ceratosaurus »

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Re: Ceratosaurus' Prehistoric Collection
« Reply #43 on: February 09, 2020, 08:44:51 PM »
That Stegosaurus is quite the looker. Very tempting.

@Halichoeres It looks even better in person. Itís quickly become one of my favourite figures. The base also matches the REBOR Ceratosaurusí base perfectly. I donít know if it was intentional but the shape of their bases look as if they are made to fit into one another.

Intentional or not, in my opinion it makes both figures even greater! In this case Iím going to get both figures someday. Thanks for the information @Ceratosaurus !
Could you post some pictures of the complete diorama?

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Re: Ceratosaurus' Prehistoric Collection
« Reply #44 on: February 10, 2020, 12:31:15 AM »
That Stegosaurus is quite the looker. Very tempting.

@Halichoeres It looks even better in person. Itís quickly become one of my favourite figures. The base also matches the REBOR Ceratosaurusí base perfectly. I donít know if it was intentional but the shape of their bases look as if they are made to fit into one another.

Intentional or not, in my opinion it makes both figures even greater! In this case Iím going to get both figures someday. Thanks for the information @Ceratosaurus !
Could you post some pictures of the complete diorama?

Killekor

@Killekor I wouldnít say itís a diorama exactly they just seem to match well. Also the REBOR Ceratosaurus is known for having stability problems as the feet donít normally line up with the footprints weíll die to warping but I was able to maneuver mine with the hair dryer/freezer method so they line up perfectly. Iím glad I have both in my collection.

« Last Edit: February 10, 2020, 12:33:25 AM by Ceratosaurus »

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Re: Ceratosaurus' Prehistoric Collection
« Reply #45 on: February 10, 2020, 11:04:46 PM »
That Stegosaurus is quite the looker. Very tempting.

@Halichoeres It looks even better in person. Itís quickly become one of my favourite figures. The base also matches the REBOR Ceratosaurusí base perfectly. I donít know if it was intentional but the shape of their bases look as if they are made to fit into one another.

Intentional or not, in my opinion it makes both figures even greater! In this case Iím going to get both figures someday. Thanks for the information @Ceratosaurus !
Could you post some pictures of the complete diorama?

Killekor

@Killekor I wouldnít say itís a diorama exactly they just seem to match well. Also the REBOR Ceratosaurus is known for having stability problems as the feet donít normally line up with the footprints weíll die to warping but I was able to maneuver mine with the hair dryer/freezer method so they line up perfectly. Iím glad I have both in my collection.



Thank you both for the photo and info!
Looking at the photo I think that the ďdioramaĒ wasnít intentional (or Iím wrong @REBOR_STUDIO ?), but in any case the two bases match incredibly well! Both figures are great (even if the Ceratosaurus as you said have its issues) and considering that both dinosaurs lived if the same time and zone (if I remember correctly) now both figures are must haves for me!
Thank you again!

Killekor
Bigger than a camarasaurus,
and with a bite more stronger that the T-Rex bite,
Ticamasaurus is certainly the king of the Jurassic period.

With Balaur feet, dromaeosaurus bite, microraptor wings, and a terrible poison, the Deinoraptor Dromaeonychus is a lethal enemy for the most ferocious hybrid too.

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