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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #100 on: October 31, 2019, 11:34:05 PM »
I've had quite a number of acquisitions since the last time I updated this, including Mattel Jurassic World (as always), and others.

Perhaps one the most interesting (and one of my most desired) and perhaps bittersweet recent acquisitions I've had is the Toyway Walking with Dinosaurs Allosaurus. It came among two ebay lots (same seller) that was split up between two other folks on instagram and me. When I caught wind of the post asking for help to purchase those lots, and that this figure was among them, and had yet to be claimed, I wasted no time in making the initiative to try to get it, and luckily I was able too. Other figures from those lots that I claimed (or was left with, as we decided to have the lots shipped to me, and I would ship their figures to them) include various Carnegie Collection figures, the Invicta (1975) Woolly Mammoth, some older Schleich, Safari Ltd, etc, and a Papo Velociraptor.

I grew up as a child watching WWD and it easily became some of my all time favorite (to this day) dinosaur stuff to watch. I definitely have good memories of watching the Big Al special (over and over), which helped Allosaurus become one of my all time favorite dinosaurs. I never knew of the Toyway toys as a child, but I am very grateful I got the opportunity to finally own this figure, which was based on something that was but one of the few good things I can look back on fondly during my rough childhood years. What makes this bittersweet for me personally is that this arrived shortly after my beloved cat, and best bud for 9 years, was put to sleep with his failing health, who I cannot unfortunately share with him (or at the very least showing it to him so he could smell and rub it, like he did for many of my other figures).

Here it is alongside my recently acquired Safari Ltd Postosuchus which also came from those lots (and alongside other models I've had for some time now, mostly Safari Ltd):



Here's the rest of that shelf for the curious (which is a part of the table my turtle's aquarium rests on), where my Skyrim pops, Amiibo, and a few other things are crammed alongside the prehistoric stuff:



Here are the rest of the figures I received from those lots (alongside my HTTYD Hidden World toys). Also if anyone is interested in any of the extra figures I was left with, message me please:




I've also since had several Mattel Jurassic World acquisitions since the last time I posted here, including the SDCC exclusive John Hammond (though I got mine from Entertainment Earth), the Indominus rex, the Amargasaurus, the Destruct-A-Saurs Helicopter Pteranodon set, the Battle Damage Baryonyx set, the Amber Collection Velociraptor and Malcolm, and from my pal in Germany, the Battle Damage Proceratosaurus, Monolophosaurus, and Herrerasaurus, and Savage Strike Plesiosaurus (which arrived on the same day those lots arrived interestingly enough). I'm still behind on the Mononykus (which I ordered from Amazon recently), and the Brachiosaurus which has been near impossible for me to find in stock so far in my area (central PA). I can keep on calling daily for the meantime, but it is rather unfortunate how poor my luck has been with finding this so far, because of being stocked poorly and/or being bought up quicker then I can get to it. I'm also still behind on those rare Legacy Collection sets that never came to Target, including the white JPIII female raptor (even if it is just an attack pack raptor repaint), and of course the Battle Damage Spinosaurus, which is finally showing up in stores near me (one I called today had it in stock, but I want to hold off a bit longer until I get it, as I want to be able to nail the Brachiosaurus if I can get lucky with catching it in stock from calling).

I've also since redone my display sections to make room for more figures and moved most of the figures on my bed elsewhere:







And this is where most of the larger figures have since been relocated (which is on a large Chewy box that is covering an old unused terrarium that was sitting in my room. It's not perfect but works well enough I guess. Also please forgive the messy state. I was in the midst of cleaning when I grabbed this pic): 



My Legacy Collection John Hammond sits on top of my extra in box Mosasaurus that sits against one of my room's walls:



I haven't taken any pics of where I have displayed my Amber Collection stuff so here is an older pic of the two of them:



I also redid the top of my Beasts of the Mesozoic shelf with my Jurassic World figures:



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I did this for my instagram account during the Beasts of the Mesozoic kickstarter campaign in an attempt to help it gain some traction during the final days. It is all my BotM figures together:



One of my families cat's (who we call Bob or Bobby) who felt the need to fall asleep on some of the carnegie rex figures the day I unboxed them, although that's nothing new with her (I mean sleeping on different objects such as phones, socks, etc):



And this last one isn't part of my figure collection, but is a blanket I had put together recently of images of my cat Stinky, who was my best friend for these long 9 years (from when I got him as a kitten in August 2010, until the very day he passed away), who as I mentioned earlier, was put to sleep recently (October 16, 2019). You might notice in one of the pictures many of my figures and plushies surrounding him. These were not only some of my favorite figures, but one's Stinky seemed to be interested in as well, always smelling and rubbing against, or sometimes sleeping with (which two of the pics on the blanket show as well). This blanket sits on the wall above my bed, and above my JW:FK wall stickers, and above my Mosasaurus, etc.

« Last Edit: October 31, 2019, 11:38:28 PM by Faelrin »
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #101 on: November 01, 2019, 03:02:13 PM »
You've amassed quite an army! That cat blanket looks better than I'd have guessed something like that would turn out. I guess screen printing techniques have improved! It's a fitting memorial to your cherished pal.
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #102 on: November 01, 2019, 06:48:53 PM »
@Halichoeres Thanks. It really does feel like a small army haha.

And I'm really impressed with how the blanket turned out too. I actually got the idea as my sister had one made a while back of her cat (Bobby). I also had a necklace there made with the top most middle pic. It all helps me manage this better I think.

I also certainly need to get some new shelves asap, as after obtaining the figures from these lots, and even with all the rearranging I did, I'm mostly out of space now. I want to get some on the wall above the storage bins thing (where I use the blue part as a makeshift shelf). That would at least allow me to maybe better organize my model collections. At the very least I should probably get like three. I do have another wall next to my aquarium that I could probably put up a small shelf or two, to give me extra space for more figures too.
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #103 on: November 01, 2019, 09:00:29 PM »
Nice varied collection, Faelrin I hope you enjoy it you have a monetary capital of figures that will be revalued as time goes by, but the main thing is the sentimental value they have for you as obviously happens to the rest of the members of the forum.

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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #104 on: November 01, 2019, 10:21:21 PM »
@Shonisaurus Yes. I already have some sentimental value towards some figures in my collection and I'm sure I'll feel that way towards more of them as time goes on. What I did forget to mention here earlier is that I feel honored (not sure if that is the best word to convey my emotion here) to have acquired the Invicta mammoth and some of those older Carnegie Collection figures (in addition to the Toyway WWD Allosaurus), because of their legacy in the history of dinosaur toys. These were also figures I sadly missed out on during my childhood either because they were before my time or I just never ran into them, so it is good to have some now. It also helps diversify my collection and different brands a bit more.
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #105 on: January 25, 2020, 10:10:06 PM »
So I'm finally doing some much needed cleaning and removing of things that have been in my room taking up space that I don't actually need (but held onto in case I might have needed them, such as boxes, or just never dealt with properly as my depression drains me of energy at times unfortunately, and so just piled up). Anyways I got this table or night stand thing out of my sister's room as she didn't particularly need it anymore. It's kind of a better home for my larger figures then that box they were on previously (I'll probably move my plushie assortment there. Might be more room for them perhaps.

Also the Papo Spinosaurus is there chillin because I don't have a better spot for it, and it was previously sitting on the side of my bed. Never really stopped to think about how it compared with some of those larger Mattel figures though. Definitely a big one.

Also please forgive the mess (particularly by the aquarium) as I'm still working on cleaning up and rearranging things.




Also here's something I can't remember if I shared or not yet here, but I did take a pic of my new Brachiosaurus with the other original film species in Jurassic Park, which Mattel has thankfully produced figures of (and for a few mostly accurate to their film counterparts). I'm certainly planning on getting a pic with all the film species figures I own (just three species missing and some variations of Velociraptor and Pteranodon, notably the JP female, and the JPIII male for the raptors, and TLW Pteranodon). The Battle Damage raptor is a stand in, as there isn't anything else that quite captures the color scheme of them accurately, and this probably comes the closest right now. I'm also behind on getting the white raptor Legacy set, which I'll get eventually, hopefully later this year. I'm in no rush for it though (and the head sculpt aside, the Hasbro JPIII one I picked up recently is a bit more faithful in coloration anyways, and also has the round pupils), and I'm also behind on the new Carnotaurus (as well as many of the other new Primal Attack figures, minus the attack packs and rex repaint), which is a bit more faithful to the coloration of the one in the films, though might be a bit oversized, but the 2018 one is still relatively close and wonderful looking.

Edit: Also will probably take the pic again later in the year once the new more accurate Sinoceratops comes out, and hopefully new more accurate takes on Delta and Echo in the Savage Strike line to go with the new Charlie. I also have a Savage Strike quilled Velociraptor I'd like to repaint into a JPIII male at some point, but I'm probably going to try to get my hands on the Hasbro figure (which I also had as a kid, and no longer have) to go with their take on the female I have gotten recently when getting the JPIII Raptor Attack set on ebay.




Also a sneak peak of one of the reviews I'm planning on doing soon (no not the Brachiosaurus, but the JPIII set which is finally back in my hands again, that I haven't had since I was a kid when it first came out).

« Last Edit: January 25, 2020, 10:15:45 PM by Faelrin »
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #106 on: January 25, 2020, 11:11:46 PM »
Honestly Mattel's figures are quite good and from what I see solicited by many members of DTF. I congratulate you on your new Faelrin acquisitions.

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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #107 on: January 31, 2020, 03:53:25 PM »
Always stunned by the size of that Brach. Does it scare your cats?
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #108 on: February 01, 2020, 07:34:45 AM »
@Halichoeres Not one bit so far. I do regret I didn't have a chance to see how my boy Stinky would have reacted to this beast (if at all other then possibly claiming it as his own by rubbing on it), but my girl Lucky (during the day at least) has her bed next to it (which is on my bed) and does not mind it one bit. I'll have to get around to getting a pic perhaps.
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #109 on: June 02, 2020, 06:03:28 AM »
I took a few pics of my current assortment of prehistoric and/or extinct Cenozoic creatures in my collection (though once the ones I recently ordered from Safari Ltd ship and arrive, I'll go ahead and update this), after acquiring the Carnegie Collection Woolly Mammoth. I totally forgot to add in my extant ones, such as the Musk Ox, etc, but oh well.

I already posted this pic in the acquisitions thread, but why not here too:



So here's like everything together. I can't remember what scale this huge Carnegie Collection Woolly Mammoth is in, but it's probably the closest option out there to getting the anatomy right, and being close to scale to the recent Safari Ltd American Mastodon and Woolly Rhino (both in 1:30). The other 1:40 Woolly Mammoth is quite a nice figure still though, and probably scales better with some older Carnegie Collection figures if not some of the Battat figures.

Figures in this assortment include (left to right, top to bottom): Safari Ltd Missing Links Woolly Rhino, Carnegie Collection Woolly Mammoth, Safari Ltd American Mastodon, Mojo Smilodon, Invicta Woolly Mammoth, Safari Ltd Woolly Mammoth, Safari Ltd Woolly Rhino, Safari Ltd Smildon, and Safari Ltd Gastornis.

I have the Safari Ltd Daeodon, Doedicurus, Hyaenodon, Megacerops, and Evolution of Man set coming soon, so once those arrive I'll get more pics with them.



Just the mammoths (and mastodon, and very curious kitty):



Bonus pic:

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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #110 on: June 02, 2020, 10:12:56 AM »
I really like the recent mammal on the pictures!

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« Reply #111 on: June 02, 2020, 10:20:41 AM »
A very impressive set of mammal figures there. Especially the really big one in the last two shots. So realistic, the fur looks amazing on it! See you can do different poses with it too!

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« Reply #112 on: June 02, 2020, 04:14:03 PM »
I took a few pics of my current assortment of prehistoric and/or extinct Cenozoic creatures in my collection (though once the ones I recently ordered from Safari Ltd ship and arrive, I'll go ahead and update this), after acquiring the Carnegie Collection Woolly Mammoth. I totally forgot to add in my extant ones, such as the Musk Ox, etc, but oh well.

I already posted this pic in the acquisitions thread, but why not here too:



So here's like everything together. I can't remember what scale this huge Carnegie Collection Woolly Mammoth is in, but it's probably the closest option out there to getting the anatomy right, and being close to scale to the recent Safari Ltd American Mastodon and Woolly Rhino (both in 1:30). The other 1:40 Woolly Mammoth is quite a nice figure still though, and probably scales better with some older Carnegie Collection figures if not some of the Battat figures.

Figures in this assortment include (left to right, top to bottom): Safari Ltd Missing Links Woolly Rhino, Carnegie Collection Woolly Mammoth, Safari Ltd American Mastodon, Mojo Smilodon, Invicta Woolly Mammoth, Safari Ltd Woolly Mammoth, Safari Ltd Woolly Rhino, Safari Ltd Smildon, and Safari Ltd Gastornis.

I have the Safari Ltd Daeodon, Doedicurus, Hyaenodon, Megacerops, and Evolution of Man set coming soon, so once those arrive I'll get more pics with them.



Just the mammoths (and mastodon, and very curious kitty):



Bonus pic:



If my measurements are correct, the Carnegie mammoth is 1:30. It scales very well with the various Wild Safari prehistoric mammals. I have it displayed alongside mine, and the smaller WS mammoth displayed near some of my other Carnegies.
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #113 on: June 02, 2020, 04:53:41 PM »
@Libraraptor @indohyus Thanks. Her name is Bobby and she is such a sweet and playful cat. If it's after dark I typically get the pictures in my father's room, and she's in there most of the time now, so she ends up photo bombing a lot of my pics in some way now, from being curious, which I'm fine with as my boy Stinky used to do the same, before he was put to sleep, and it does serve as a good way to remember them by.

@Dinoguy2 Thanks for the info. That's good to know, since it'll be in scale with not only the American Mastodon, and Woolly Rhino, but also the Megacerops, and Uintatherium, if not others from them, or other companies.
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #114 on: June 02, 2020, 06:28:42 PM »
Nice figures! and lovely cat

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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #115 on: June 05, 2020, 02:06:26 PM »
The mastodon looks distinctly alarmed by your cat  ;D
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #116 on: June 05, 2020, 09:36:51 PM »
@Halichoeres It certainly does, and can't believe I didn't think of that, lol.


My latest Safari Ltd haul came today, so I did some cleaning and rearranging of things last night and this morning to make room for the new arrivals. See my post here for more information on all of this (including the Megacerops, which oddly enough lacks pupils on both eyes):

http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=7102.msg258652#msg258652





My main display area I guess (at least for the Safari Ltd figures, with a few others mixed in):





The raptors need to share their space with some other figures. I tried to keep a sense of theme based on the environment sets (with maybe the exception of the last one).









I've also moved my few Schleich figures to the top of my 29 gallon aquarium's hood for now (no pic of that though). Also please disregard that unopened Mattel Jurassic World Cryolophosaurus. I am holding that for one of my friends overseas.


I'm still in the midst of cleaning things up a bit, and rearranging some things, but these displays are done for now thankfully. I'm also planning to get a pic of all the (extinct, but maybe my few extant ones too) Cenozoic animals together at some point, but not today because I need a break from this.
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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #117 on: June 05, 2020, 10:15:15 PM »
Great new figures, shame about the eyes on the Megacerops though. And nice collection overall, it has been growing quite a lot.

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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #118 on: June 06, 2020, 12:29:17 AM »
Nice collection, first of all I congratulate you on your purchase of Safari dinosaurs saving money on the purchase and all those prehistoric Safari animal figures are good, especially the mastodon, liopleurodon, megacerops and doedicurus. I feel what happened to you with the megacerops especially when you receive a defective figure fills you with great regret and frustration.

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Re: Faelrin's Prehistoric Collection: Safari LTD, JW, BotM, and more
« Reply #119 on: June 06, 2020, 02:47:08 PM »
Getting cramped! What a great collection. Is the configuration of the fighting BotM Velociraptors stable?
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