prehistoric pose

Discussion in 'Dinosaurs, Prehistoric Animals, Fauna, and Life' started by freddyman, Aug 31, 2013.

  1. freddyman

    freddyman newbie

    whats up everyone. i have a question for you all. i am building the prototype of a 36 inch giganotosaurus. though i'm only at the belly of the beast, its going to nearly double the length of the acrocanthosaurus when finished, so the question is do you want to see this giant in a running pose, standing on one leg, or in a static pose, where its just standing on two feet. making it stable.
    i promise to post pics soon.
  2. inky

    inky Member

    I like just the static pose.
  3. ASC Mclaren

    ASC Mclaren Member

    I vote for a static post
  4. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

    Static pose would be OK, maybe a mix of standing and walking (one foot before the other). Wll the prototype be of paper or some other material?
  5. freddyman

    freddyman newbie

    its a paper model. and when finished it could be the second biggest model i ever build(first being ken's sr-71).
  6. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

    I like Revell-Fan's idea, with a small addition: the head half-twisted to one side, like it was walking (or running) and spotted a prey (or a predator!).
  7. freddyman

    freddyman newbie

    its head is already pulled slightly to the right. its also looking up. i was trying to simulate it trying to pull lead on a large prey item. who knows, i might end up designing the sauropod after this already large project.
  8. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

    Sounds very good to me.

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