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  1. Mirak Verbal Diarrhoea

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    Iron studios:
    "You can display the diorama all together or separated.
    The Diorama will be sold in 2 separated sets Set A with left base and Set B with middle and right base,
    also the bases in the back with the plants can also be removed, also to save space if you dont have enought"
     
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  2. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    So,if I'm not misstaken Set A would be the T-rex & flipped Explorer with kids + left part of the paddock ; Set B = paddock with snapped cables (middle) & Explorer with Grant & Malcolm waving the flares + right part of the paddock (right base)
     
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    Mmmmm seems things are out of scale , fence ?
     
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  7. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    Indeed.Also,body of the T-rex is not very accurate.
    Still an impressive diorama.
     
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  8. Otto Verbal Diarrhoea

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    Yeah very impressive would love to see better pics though.
     
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  9. rrjrstatueman Custom Daredevil

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    agree very cool but t rex looks like the head is too big , but very cool dio
     
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  10. WingdSoldier Little Miss Chatterbox

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    Have to agree. T-Rex looks off and fence is way too small.

    Honestly, as pumped as I was for all the teasers, seeing the whole set-up has left me feeling a bit underwhelmed. With the scale and accuracy issues, the plastic foliage, the base which is obviously split up in 3 sections, and the tiny Malcolm and Grant figures, the display as a whole feels more like a toy playset to me. Especially if it were to be incorporated in the collection of the average CBD member, as most of us focus on the more detailed, high-end, high-quality, large-scale spectrum of the hobby...
     
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    I would just leave the plastic foliage out...I don't even think the whole set-up comes with the foliage,might be just for the show.
     
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  15. Otto Verbal Diarrhoea

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    Very ambitious project from IS shame some other companies aren't like them.
     
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    :shock: Holy crap that is 1 of the coolest diorama I have seen, so much to look at. They do such amazing paint work also my Iron man from them is perfect.
     
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    Not as blown away as I thought I'd be. Looks a bit toyish.
     
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  19. Lars Keymaster Staff Member

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    The detail sneaks make it look much higher in quality than shots of the full thing would suggest.

    Foliage probably works on the show floor, not so much as a sales pitch. But, hey, didn't mind it on the CM Pred, right?

    Plastic wheels need to go... badly.

    Then again, how can one not love such a diorama ? As Otto says, you have to hand it to them if only for the ambition that went into this. I love it. :flowerpower:
     
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