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What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« on: January 12, 2020, 07:58:31 PM »
For me personally, Pliosaurus, Therizinosaurus, Opthalmosaurus and Utahraptor all come to mind, despite having been made multiple times. What about you?
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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2020, 08:03:09 PM »
I agree with all on your list.
Here's mine:
Ceratosaurus (The PNSO is the best, but it's just too big)
Protoceratops
Tyrannosaurus
Carnotaurus
Oviraptor
Apatosaurus
Cryolophosaurus
Baryonyx

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2020, 10:19:41 PM »
I'm waiting for a satisfying version of the following animals:

Rhamphorhynchus
Thalassomedon
Herrerasaurus
Saurornithoides
Plateosaurus
Dorygnathus
Nothosaurus mirabilis
Chasmosaurus belli
Suchomimus
Sinornithosaurus
Carnotaurus - There have been some good new figures of it, but for one reason or another none of the available figures of Carnotaurus satisfy me.  The Battat version comes the closest and I like it but it suffers from a sloppy factory paintjob.  The new Favorite Carnotaurus might satisfy me though!
Utahraptor
Cryolophosaurus - I'd like to see one with feathers similar to the Safari Coelophysis.
Zanabazar
Eoraptor
Lufengosaurus - I'd like one that's bipedal like in Scott Hartman's skeletal: https://www.skeletaldrawing.com/sauropods-and-kin/lufengosaurus
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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2020, 10:51:54 PM »
Chasmosaurus

Kosmosaurus

Leptoceratops

Utahraptor

Barapasaurus

Barosaurus

Liliensternus

Plateosaurus

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2020, 12:40:26 AM »
Going with species that gave a lot of versions, because it's hard to have a definitive version if there's only one or less in existence...

-Apatosaurus: I'm not sure any modern ones have the neck looking right.

-Elasmosaurus: none look that convincing to me.

-Protoceratops: Need one with at least one muscle in its body... Seriously why does everyone make something with such a giant head look like a stick figure? Psittacosaurus was rotund, Proto should be more so.

-Spinosaurus: Don't want to open this can of worms again but... Yeah.

-Deinocheirus: Safari's is good but I'd like to see a less feathered version in a slightly more dynamic pose. Curious to see what Eofauna would do with it.

-Oviraptor: Nothing available is cutting it for me.

I was going to say Baryonyx but I think the Invicta one is definitive actually... 🤐
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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #5 on: January 13, 2020, 12:53:44 AM »
Don't know about you but I want some uh...some extinct primates other than Australopithecus and H. neandertalensis. I wanna see models of Aegyptopithecus, for example. Notharctus, Teilhardina, etc. Nobody seems to be able to tackle these yet artistically and in plastic form, and I know it's because they're fuzzy fleshy animals whose skeletons are too dang fragmentary, but still, representation is very limited.

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #6 on: January 13, 2020, 04:40:04 PM »
I'd argue we've yet to have any definitive versions of any fossil primates. I would love a set of 1/40 or 1/35 scale hominids. Maybe a Lucy that doesn't cost $70.

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #7 on: January 13, 2020, 05:13:46 PM »
When it comes to my very favourite dinosaur, I’m not sure there’ll ever truly be a definitive version that can satisfy me, although Eofauna and Creative Beast might well pull it off in the years to come.

As well, I’d love Plateosaurus, Torosaurus, Corythosaurus, and Albertosaurus. And some new homins for certain.
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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #8 on: January 14, 2020, 12:40:44 AM »
Megalosaurus, without a doubt. One of the most historically significant dinosaurs and still no modern 'realistic' figure of it exists.

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #9 on: January 14, 2020, 01:01:45 AM »
Megalosaurus, without a doubt. One of the most historically significant dinosaurs and still no modern 'realistic' figure of it exists.

The winning answer right here. It's criminal that we haven't gotten one yet. The Invicta figure from 1974 is still the best we've got.  :o

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #10 on: January 14, 2020, 01:24:16 AM »
Megalosaurus, without a doubt. One of the most historically significant dinosaurs and still no modern 'realistic' figure of it exists.

The winning answer right here. It's criminal that we haven't gotten one yet. The Invicta figure from 1974 is still the best we've got.  :o

Agreed. Somebody give us a damn Megalosaurus.
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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #11 on: January 14, 2020, 01:33:54 AM »
Megalosaurus, without a doubt. One of the most historically significant dinosaurs and still no modern 'realistic' figure of it exists.

The winning answer right here. It's criminal that we haven't gotten one yet. The Invicta figure from 1974 is still the best we've got.  :o

Agreed. Somebody give us a damn Megalosaurus.

I'd much rather see Eofauna tackle Megalosaurus as there next Theropod than Tyrannosaurus.

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #12 on: January 14, 2020, 01:43:54 AM »
Heterodontosaurus

I listed it in my three Wishes for Safaris Ideas for 2021.

And its not going to happen

There was only one Heterodontosaurus toy in Exsitance

The Green one from Inpro

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #13 on: January 14, 2020, 05:34:05 AM »
Edit 2/17/20: Okay so I did a massive overhaul of this list and there have been a lot of inclusions, many from other's suggestions from this thread, but some of my own after not finding any figures of certain genus, or if there are figures, then they are hard to find, outdated, or too few of.

Edit 2/22/20: Okay even more additions this time. Many of recently discovered genus, which means of course there isn't much or any on the market for some of these just yet, but some day I hope, some day...

As before many of these are from my Safari Ltd and CollectA wants and dreams thread posts. All periods divided into epochs where applicable:

Ediacaran:
Yilingia

Cambrian
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Cambroraster
Cheirurus (I think this trilobite looks pretty neat so I'd like to see a figure of it.)
Kootenayscolex
Qinscolex (Cycloneuralian from Zhangjiagou Lägerstatte in China.)
Shanscolex (Same as above.)

Ordovician:
Early:
Aegirocassis (The Paleo-Creatures model is very nice, but it would be nice for a less delicate and cheaper model to be on the market for this one.)

Middle:
Isotelus (Are there even any figures of this interesting Ordovician trilobite? At least there's a plushy of it from Paleozoic Pals.)

Upper:
Ampyx (This is the trilobite from the fossil of them all in a single line.)
Phacops (One of my favorite trilobites.)

Silurian:
Llandovery:
Eurypterus (While the Kaiyodo and Paleozoo figures are nice, I'm surprised there haven't been more options of this one.)

Wenlock:
Cooksonia (One of the earliest vascular land plants, and quite strange. Really could use some figures of it.)
Pterygotus (One of my favorite eurypterids and yet minimal representation.)
Sollasina (Interesting looking echinoderm.)

Devonian:
Early:
Ischnacanthus (Acanthodians are pretty neglected as it is, but this is the one I am most familiar with.)
Jaekelopterus (J. henaniae is the largest eurypterid known and yet no or minimal representation in figure form thus far.)
Phymolepis
Walliserops (An interesting trilobite with a "fork" sticking out of it.)
Websteroprion

Middle:
Coccosteus (I suppose if one is feeling brave, perhaps most of the Dunkleosteus out there could stand in for this one, as they do use its tail, but I would like a legitimate one as the head is different.
Hibbertopterus (An interesting looking eurypterid.)

Late:
Groenlandaspis (Both Cog Ltd and Yowies had figures of this, but both are retired now, and could be hard to track down.)
Hynerpeton (It was in WWM and it was found in the state of my current residence so of course I want a figure of this ancient tetrapod.)
Hyneria (Ditto, except not a tetrapod.)
Ichthyostega (Kaiyodo's is probably the most decent, but like with all figures of this genus are hard to find these days.)
Tiktaalik

Carboniferous:
Mississippian:
Arthropleura (Very few options of this on the market as it is of this.)
Greerepeton (Long bodied colosteid stem-tetrapod)

Pennsylvanian:
Diabloroter
Diplocaulus
Eryops (I like Kaiyodo's but do think more options wouldn't hurt.)
Meganuera (There really needs to be another option of one of the most famous Carboniferous animals, because as it is, there are just too few.)
Platyhystrix (As nice as the Play Visions one is, it isn't easy to find these days either, so I would like to see more options for this Permian amphibian in the future.)
Sphenacodon
Tully Monster/Tullimonstrum

Permian:
Cisuralian:
Ascendonanus (Arboreal synapsid.)
Cacops (dissorophid temnospondyl)
Diadectes (large herbivorous reptile-like amphibian)
Gordodon (Edaphosaurid pelycosaur.)
Prionosuchus

Guadalupian:
Moschops (One of those genus that had figures from it way back in the day only to become forgotten about afterwards.)

Lopingian:
Bulbasaurus
Lystrosaurus

Triassic:
Early/Middle:
Arizonasaurus (The Bullyland figure is getting harder to find now, so it would be nice to see a new one in the future.)
Cynognathus
Euparkeria (archosauriform)
Mastodonsaurus (The retired Bullyland one is getting harder to get as time goes on, so it would be nice to see another made in the future.)
Pappochelys
Platysiagum (Beautifully preserved fish from China.)
Tanystropheus

Late:
Desmatosuchus (Time for another I think since both options are retired and probably hard to track down now.)
Eoraptor
Gnathovorax
Herrerasaurus
Marasuchus (a basal dinosauriform that would make for an interesting figure.)
Mussaurus (Mattel's is okay, but hardly accurate, especially with the recent study on it.)
Placerias
Plateosaurus

Jurassic:
Early:
Cryolophosaurus
Glacialisaurus
Heterodontosaurus
Lingwulong

Middle:
Asfaltovenator
Leedsichthys
Kulindadromeus
Megalosaurus

Late:
Ambopteryx (A relative of Yi qi. Discovered in 2019.)
Archaeopteryx (Some come close, like PNSO or Favorite's, but I don't think any do it quite right per se.)
Brachiosaurus (As much as I love the Mattel one, it isn't accurate to the real animal of course, being based more off of Giraffatitan, so I'd like to see a new one done as none of the options appeal to me currently.)
Caihong (I sincerely hope PNSO makes this someday. Beautifully preserved paravian.)
Ceratosaurus (Honestly while I think there are good options for this one, none particularly appeal to me per se, although perhaps CollectA's and Rebor's come closest.)
Chilesaurus (As Papo's inaccurate one really is the only option, hopefully more figures of this interesting dinosaur get made.)
Dryosaurus
Kentrosaurus
Ornitholestes
Pterodactylus
Rhamphorhynchus
Serikornis (Would be nice for PNSO to do this one.)
Yi qi

Cretaceous:
Early:
Acrocanthosaurus (I like Rebor's and Papo's but feel it would be nice to see Safari Ltd and CollectA both redo this one, if not Eofauna or PNSO.)
Baryonyx
Hyphalosaurus
Junornis (Would be nice to see PNSO do this one.)
Koolasuchus
Liaoningosaurus (Possibly another good choice for PNSO, if not another company.)
Minmi
Muttaburrasaurus
Ouranosaurus
Patagotitan
Polacanthus
Tenontosaurus (When the only decent one is a dead one, there's a problem.)
Tupandactylus (or Tapejara)
Utahraptor
Zhenyuanlong (The BotM are good but I would like to see another cheaper and smaller figure of this some day. Hopefully PNSO could deliver on it since it was a Chinese species and they've been good at putting those out.)

Late:
Albertosaurus
Argentinosaurus
Balaur (While the BotM one is quite nice, it does portray it more based on the now outdated dromaeosaurid hypothesis versus the current avialan one. It would also be nice to have a small one to go with a larger Hatzegopteryx figure.)
Beelzebufo (Giant frog from Madagascar. Contemporary to Majungasaurus.)
Callichimaera (Aka googly eye crab. Discovered in 2019.)
Carcharodontosaurus (None of the current options appeal to me much, in terms of size.)
Centrosaurus (The BotM is good, but would be nice if a smaller/cheaper/non articulated figure exists for folks that can't or don't want this one.)
Chasmosaurus (As with the Centrosaurus, the same applies to this one.)
Chimerarachne yingi (That strange ararchnid thing found in amber a few years ago.)
Corythoraptor
Corythosaurus
Dakotaraptor (There's only one toy of this unfortenetely. There really ought to be more of Hell Creek's giant dromaeosaurid.)
Daspletosaurus
Deinosuchus
Dreadnoughtus
Dromaeosaurus (While I have the BotM ones, I think it would be nice for the first discovered dromaeosaurid to have more smaller and cheaper figures of it.)
Edmontonia
Galagadon (Shark with "spaceship" shaped teeth, from the Hell Creek formation.)
Gigantoraptor
Gorgosaurus
Linguamyrmex (aka Hell Ant.)
Luskhan
Halszkaraptor
Hatzegopteryx
Heyuannia (It would be nice to see a figure of this oviraptorid with the blue green eggs.)
Lambeosaurus
Leptoceratops
Majungasaurus
Maiasaura
Nyctosaurus (I like the PNSO one but I am surprised there haven't been more figures of this interesting crested pterosaur, especially after it featuring in Pixar's The Good Dinosaur.)
Olorotitan
Saurornitholestes (Despite owning the BotM version, I am quite surprised there are no non articulated figures/models of this one.)
Shantungosaurus
Sinoceratops (While I think the BotM and Vitae ones are good, I do think it would be nice if there was a cheaper option out there.)
Stenonychosaurus (Although this is the definitive option on the market right now for this genus, it would be nice to still see this one have a non articulated figure of this.)
Tarbosaurus (While Favorite's is nice, there are not many options for this.)
Therizinosaurus
Tsintaosaurus
Torosaurus (Even though I'm not particularly interested in collecting this one, the only up to date option out there currently will be the BotM which is over 100 usd. There should be a smaller and cheaper figure of this well known ceratopsian, and the only options currently are CollectA's and the WWd one.)
Utahceratops (The BotM is very good, but it would be nice if there was a cheaper and smaller figure of this as well.)
Xiphactinus
Zuul

Paleogene:
Paleocene:
Carbonemys (The turtle that co-existed with Titanoboa.)
Titanoboa (Other then Rebor's upcoming one, too few options.)

Eocene:
Ambulocetus (Early whales and their ancestors are too neglected when it comes to figures.)
Dorudon (Another early whale and/or one of their ancestors.)
Eohippus (Early horses and their ancestors are too neglected when it comes to figures.)
Icaronycteris (A primitve bat with claws on its wing digits and a longer tail.)
Lessianibatis (An interesting stingray with a very stubby tail. Lives up the sea pancake name.)
Mesohippus (Another early horse and/or one of their ancestors.)
Necromantis (A fragmentary and possibly carnivorous bat, but would perhaps make for an interesting figure.)
Onychonycteris (Another primitive bat featuring claws on its wing digits and a longer tail.)
Pakicetus (Another early whale and/or one of their ancestors.)

Oligocene:
Paraceratherium (I really want to see Eofauna or CollectA do this one, but I would take one from Safari Ltd as well.)
Quinkana

Neogene:
Miocene:
Argentavis
Heracles (Largest fossil parrot yet discovered.)
Livyatan
Machairodus
Meiolania (Kaiyodo's is nice, but would be nice to have more options of this.)
Phorusrhacos (Very minimal options of this terror bird as it is, and terror birds in general.)
Platybelodon (Some more options of this would be nice.)
Purussaurus
Stupendemys
Thylacosmilus

Pliocene:
Homotherium
Titanis (Too little options of one of the largest terror birds.)

Quaternary:
Pleistocene:
Arctodus/short faced bear (How is that the largest bear known still doesn't have any good figures of it?)
Cave Bear
Cave Hyena
Cave Lion (Panthera spelaea)
Dire Wolf
Giant Moa/Dinornis
Gigantopithecus
Glyptodon
Haast's Eagle
Megalania
Neanderthal (None of the current options satisfy me.)

Others (any period):
Any neglected marine invertebrate (Brachiopods, Crinoids, probably any echinoderm, Jellyfish, Sponges, etc.)
Conodonts (I don't care which one, just give me any of these weird critters at this point.)
Ostracoderms (aka jawless armored fishes. Kaiyodo has been very generous with their selection, but I would like to see more in the future as those are all retired now, though thankfully Colorata released one in their recent Paleozoic box set. Some species though that have retired figures or no figures: Arandaspis, Boreaspis, Doryaspis, Drepanaspis, Hemicyclaspis, Poraspis, Pteraspis, etc. Most of these I pulled from one of my favorite older books "Life Starts in the Sea", though I am aware of figures for some of them, but again all retired now.)
Ornithomimids in general (Archaeornithomimus, Gallimimus, Ornithomimus, Struthiomimus, etc.)

Anything else I might have forgotten I'll have to add back in.
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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #14 on: January 14, 2020, 06:01:28 AM »
I know I'm biased, but archaeoceti needs more love. While Basilosaurus has a couple of decent options, none pull it off for me. Even though I own both, CollectA's is a little too plain, and PNSO's is almost too detailed. A decently sized, well detailed version would be a dream come true. Pakicetus and Dorudon pretty much have nothing outside of Paleo-Creatures models, and Ambulocetus has a near $200 resin kit. Poor Rodhocetus has nothing. I'd honestly love to see Eofauna tackle these guys at some point.

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #15 on: January 14, 2020, 08:26:07 AM »
I would like a toy dinosaur / collection brand to make muttaburrasaurus and lurdusaurus.

Of the muttaburrasaurus we only have the Invicta version and some other version as highly known figures, but that dinosaur is very poorly represented.

On the other hand, the lurdusaurus is a figure that deserves a good sculptural representation. I don't know of any figure of that dinosaur comparable to the lazy giants.

I would also like to talk about lazy giants a megatherium, those of Safari, Bullyland and Schleich do not convince me.

It would also be necessary to make a figure worthy of paraceratherium one of the largest land mammals of all time and whose representation is insufficient and poor.

A diplocaulus, ichthyostega, moschops, koolasuchus and even an estemmenosuchus would need more representation.

Another very poorly represented animal is desmatosuchus an arcosaurium that deserves better versions than those of Schleich and Safari.

A phytosaurus such as the famous smilosuchus or rutiodon would be interesting and that it would be of the same quality as the Favorite round.

A very represented figure except Beast of the Mesozoic would be the chasmosaurus and other inexplicably misrepresented figures are the centrosaurus, arrhinoceratops, anchiceratops and monoclonius except that of BoTM and some vintage brand I can't find any pretty figure.

Armored mammals such as glyptodon and doediricus should have a definitive representation that exceeds the Schleich and Safari brands.

A gorgosaurus (Papo's is very pretty but not definitive from my point of view), albertosaurus, daspletosaurus and tarbosaurus (regardless of whether there is a decent one like Favorite's) would need a definitive representation.

I hope that some brand will listen to me or one of the members of DTF when making new figures.

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #16 on: January 14, 2020, 11:50:08 AM »
I'm still waiting on an Appalachiosaurus.
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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #17 on: January 14, 2020, 12:11:10 PM »
Pterodactylus  (our shelves need a real "pterodactyl")
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Hatzegopteryx

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #18 on: January 14, 2020, 01:52:32 PM »
Heterodontosaurus, since the Inpro version is 47 years old, rough  and obsolete.

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Re: What are you still waiting on the definitive version of?
« Reply #19 on: January 14, 2020, 03:35:07 PM »
^ basically. I don't have the Inpro version, but they've never done a good Heterodontosaurus figure, and it's like a really well known dinosaur that deserves one heck of a figure.