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1:35 scale
« on: July 01, 2020, 06:21:03 AM »
1:35 scale appears to be very popular so Iím interested in collecting these. Nanmu, W-Dragon and Iím sure many others are doing figures in this scale. Is there a compiled list anywhere of figures available at this scale?


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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2020, 03:17:07 PM »
dinotoycollector.com is an excellent resource, and put together by members of this forum.

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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2020, 06:29:03 PM »
Yeah, in particular: https://dinotoycollector.com/Browse/Browse.php?Scale=35

Depending on how particular you are about scale, you might want to know that a lot of things marketed as 1:35 are really more like 1:25 or 1:30.
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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2020, 08:37:48 PM »
Safari Ltd has many figures at 1:35 scale. Particularly the Allosaurus (2019), Ankylosaurus (2018), Concavenator (2020), Diabloceratops (2013), Dilophosaurus (2020), Edmontosaurus (2020), Qianzhousaurus (2020), Sarcosuchus (2020), Spinosaurus (2019), Stegosaurus (2018), Triceratops (2018), and (Feathered) Tyrannosaurus (2017). There may be others, but these are the ones I'm positive about since the sculptor of these, Doug Waston, has specified as such on the forum here (which I compiled together here: http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=3118.msg256477#msg256477 ). It would be worth seeing @Halichoeres response to me in that thread as well for some additional scales.

I know the Papo Allosaurus and (2020) Spinosaurus are about 1/35 scale as well. The Wild Past Protoceratops is intended to be 1/35 scale as well. Eofauna's Deinotherium, Giganotosaurus, and Palaeoxodon are all intended to be 1/35 scale as well. PNSO also has numerous models intended to be 1/35 scale such as their Amargasaurus, Spinosaurus, etc.

I think some of Rebor's may be a little bit off. If I recall correctly there was discussion ways back about their Deinonychus clan being too large, and their recent Titanoboa certainly seems to be too long to be 1/35. Using the scale calculator on Dan's Dinosaurs website (http://stores.dansdinosaurs.com/scale-calculator/ ), the measurement of it from wikipedia, and rough measurements I took of the figure near straightened out, it seems to put it closer to 1:18 - 1:20 scale, rather then the intended 1:35 scale. I'm sure some of the members here could possibly come up with a better estimate though.
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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #4 on: July 02, 2020, 02:08:27 AM »
dinotoycollector.com is an excellent resource, and put together by members of this forum.
Thanks for the good info. Iím checking it out.

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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #5 on: July 02, 2020, 02:14:53 AM »
Yeah, in particular: https://dinotoycollector.com/Browse/Browse.php?Scale=35

Depending on how particular you are about scale, you might want to know that a lot of things marketed as 1:35 are really more like 1:25 or 1:30.
Thatís good to know because I recently purchased a few Nanmu figures, which are all 1:35 scale, so Iím looking for figures that will display well with them.

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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #6 on: July 02, 2020, 02:30:58 AM »
Safari Ltd has many figures at 1:35 scale. Particularly the Allosaurus (2019), Ankylosaurus (2018), Concavenator (2020), Diabloceratops (2013), Dilophosaurus (2020), Edmontosaurus (2020), Qianzhousaurus (2020), Sarcosuchus (2020), Spinosaurus (2019), Stegosaurus (2018), Triceratops (2018), and (Feathered) Tyrannosaurus (2017). There may be others, but these are the ones I'm positive about since the sculptor of these, Doug Waston, has specified as such on the forum here (which I compiled together here: http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=3118.msg256477#msg256477 ). It would be worth seeing @Halichoeres response to me in that thread as well for some additional scales.

I know the Papo Allosaurus and (2020) Spinosaurus are about 1/35 scale as well. The Wild Past Protoceratops is intended to be 1/35 scale as well. Eofauna's Deinotherium, Giganotosaurus, and Palaeoxodon are all intended to be 1/35 scale as well. PNSO also has numerous models intended to be 1/35 scale such as their Amargasaurus, Spinosaurus, etc.

I think some of Rebor's may be a little bit off. If I recall correctly there was discussion ways back about their Deinonychus clan being too large, and their recent Titanoboa certainly seems to be too long to be 1/35. Using the scale calculator on Dan's Dinosaurs website (http://stores.dansdinosaurs.com/scale-calculator/ ), the measurement of it from wikipedia, and rough measurements I took of the figure near straightened out, it seems to put it closer to 1:18 - 1:20 scale, rather then the intended 1:35 scale. I'm sure some of the members here could possibly come up with a better estimate though.
Really good info! I have some Nanmu 1:35 scale and looking for figures that will scale well with them.

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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #7 on: July 02, 2020, 04:45:11 PM »
The recently defunct Vitae line made some fine figures and several of them are at least nominally 1/35 scale, such as the Giganotosaurus and Sinraptor as well as the Sinoceratops.

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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #8 on: July 02, 2020, 07:05:36 PM »
Tamiya has two series of model kits in that scale.
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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #9 on: July 03, 2020, 07:22:31 AM »
The recently defunct Vitae line made some fine figures and several of them are at least nominally 1/35 scale, such as the Giganotosaurus and Sinraptor as well as the Sinoceratops.
I did not realize they were no longer around.  Sorry to hear that. I do not own any of there products, but I have seen them.

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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #10 on: July 03, 2020, 07:25:11 AM »
Tamiya has two series of model kits in that scale.
I havenít done any model kits before, but worth looking into. Thanks

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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #11 on: July 05, 2020, 07:25:45 PM »
Stegosaurus (2018)

That might be a typo, but the Safari 1:35 Stegosaurus is from 2019.

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Re: 1:35 scale
« Reply #12 on: July 05, 2020, 09:29:46 PM »
@Sim Yeah it was a typo, sorry. I think I was kind of tired when I wrote that up.
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