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Correct me if i'm wrong, but on the spinosaur, it's a different kind of plastic that has been used for the lawer jaw, isn't it? And on all figures I had in hand, it was incredibly loose. It's a bit better on the giganotosaurus and much better on the dimetrodon.
I think so, the spino need a change of color and Bullyland should fix the eyes in all figures
I wonder why no other company has thought to use realistic eyes like the Dino-Riders figures ?
This year's Bullyland ML dinosaurs:Frightened Spinosaurus.
Quote from: brontodocus on August 01, 2012, 07:47:23 PMThis year's Bullyland ML dinosaurs:Frightened Spinosaurus. Thanks for the pictures Brontodocus. It really made me think about buying this Spinosaurus or not. And I think I will. The dentition, while very few, is much better than that of the new Schleich Spino with moveable jaw. That Schleich one seemed to have shells stuck to the side of its upper jaws. ^_^And I agree with you that a repaint will improve the looks of this "frightened" Spino. Fortunately I heard Bullyland's paint is somewhat fragile, so that might be helpful this time around *gets some toothbrush and something to strip the paint with*.Also how big is this Spino compared to the new Schleich one? Thanks!
Well then it seems fairly large enough to stand out on the shelf. Not really a fan of those yellow mascaras or whatever they are called. Being relatively cheaper than the other brands Spinos, I think I won't have regrets painting over it.
I like the pose of this Spino but something is really wrong with it? Is the head too short or something? Body looks good.
Not really a fan of those yellow mascaras or whatever they are called. Being relatively cheaper than the other brands Spinos, I think I won't have regrets painting over it.
You mean sclera?
Ikterus! Poor Spino probably has a liver problem .