Discussion in 'Itza Gallery of Fine Arts' started by The Red Devil, Oct 12, 2013.
Karlssons glue and water. Used sculpting tools
Here is my custom Carnosaur/T-Rex.
Using a combination of models I 3d printed, mostly a miscellaneous T-Rex and the frilled Carnosaur from Lost Kingdom Miniatures.
I had some good fun with the base decoration too! Though in general I find these bases for monsters to be far too big to my taste lol.
Pretty cool result!
It looks marvelous!!
After a looong and hard struggle with this model, he's finally done!
Now I just realized that I'll be running him as a scar veteran in probably all lists, so I guess I'll just need to get my hands on an additional Saurus body (he and the throne are magnetized).
Amazing! all those individual scales though
What a work that has been
Glue and litel water. I used sculpture tools from armypainter
Here is my second Carnosaur, this time in the original paint scheme and with Scar Veteran. The base design and the use of more blood are also new. I hope the result is ok.
Nice one. The basing is particularly good I think.
Really nice details on such a small miniature!
my fresh new carnosaur now he just need his old blood rider!
I love the GW carnosaur model, but I used mine to make Grymloq and KroqGar and couldn't really square the fact that other vanilla carnosaurs wouldn't stack up to the baddest mofos of the jungle.
So, I got a Lost Kingdom dino and did some measuring and found that the Klaq-Trok mini would make a perfect Oldblood rider.
Here's the first finished Oldblood/Carnosaur of New Itza, Itzlok and Udek! Itzlok is my brawler build, armed with the stegadon helm and sword of bloodshed. On the charge he gets the impact hits, 8 (8!!) WS6 S5 attacks, and Udek always has bloodroar.
That is awesome! I just painted the dino recently... but yours has so much better detail! So glad I can see what the real print quality should look like; there is so much extra detail on his gold decorations.
Really great job!
He is looking amazing! Great colors and good amount of detail.
I love how the Klaq-Trok fits! Very dynamic pose!
Thanks so much! Yeah I had mine printed by a guy whose work I trust on Etsy, he's done my salamanders too. The lost kingdom models have a load of detail if your printer can keep up.
Here my carno