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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Wed Nov 30, 2016 4:06 am

i see you made a Daspletosaurus essentially by shrinking the rex. have you considered doing similar things to make medium-sized theropods from the bigger ones? one that occurred to me as part of a JPOG thought project is a Megalosaurus from the acro, shrunken down to at least near-appropriate size since complete remains are still missing and with its spines skinned off

i also have an idea for an experiment: a more generic giant theropod from the spino by shortening the snout, shrinking the arms, and taking off the sail and/or making it invisible

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Wed Nov 30, 2016 12:03 pm

Here's a list I've generated of which bones in the dinosaur rigs use position based animations.  These are likely to be the ones that you can't just modify the inverse skinning matrix (which is what most people seem to be doing) in order to change the scale of individual parts.
This list seems to match the inability to edit some of these bones, so it's probably accurate.

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Acro_hi [TBone02, D, Mouth, Eyelids, D_R_UpperArm, D_L_UpperArm]
Alberto_hi [d, Eyelids, d_R_Thigh, d_L_Thigh, d_Spine, d_Tail, d_Pelvis]
Allo_hi [TBone02, D, Mouth, Eyelids, D_R_UpperArm, D_L_UpperArm]
Brach_hi [D, Eyelids]
Camara_hi [D, Eyelids]
Carcha_hi [D, Mouth]
Cerato_hi [d, Mouth, Eyelids, d_R_Thigh, d_L_Thigh, d_Spine, d_Tail]
Cory_hi [D]
Cow [A]
Dilopho_hi [D]
Galli_hi [D]
Goat [A]
Homalo_hi [d]
Pachy_hi [d]
Para_hi [d]
Raptor_hi [mouth, D, D_R_UpperArm, D_L_UpperArm]
Steg_hi [d, eyelids]
Styrac_hi [d]
TRex_hi [D_Tail, D, Mouth, Eyelids]

Note:  Are people looking for an Acrocanthosaurus based Tyrannosaurus rex that scales the arms down? I noticed it was mentioned as a failed experiment, and I should be able to manage this by changing the mesh itself without too much difficulty. (Although the lack of a GUI makes it kind of a pain)
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Thu Dec 01, 2016 2:36 am

@Lucca2951 wrote:
can you please try to make a psittacosaurus to my The Isle mod? thanks Smile

I have one in the works Wink


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These are some really great models both accurate and appealing to the eye, I'm curious will we see a torvosaurus tanneri and or torvosaurus gurneyi model be added to the list one day?

Sure, I could make some.


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i see you made a Daspletosaurus essentially by shrinking the rex. have you considered doing similar things to make medium-sized theropods from the bigger ones? one that occurred to me as part of a JPOG thought project is a Megalosaurus from the acro, shrunken down to at least near-appropriate size since complete remains are still missing and with its spines skinned off

i also have an idea for an experiment: a more generic giant theropod from the spino by shortening the snout, shrinking the arms, and taking off the sail and/or making it invisible

I did it several times already. Their downside is that they tend to look, well, a tad chunky if downsized too far. I made a Megalosaurus already, it's based on the ceratosaur model though. It's in the Mesozoic Revolution mod, but I could release it as a standalone model.

That experiment looks nice, could give it a try someday.
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:51 am

i'd love to see it if it you did try to make a more generic theropod from the spino Smile i've mentioned it a few times, but i've got the idea that maybe an Indominus could be made from the spino so that it can have a death-duel with the rex. it might open possibilities for death duels with "other" species, too (since they're all linked to the rex iirc)

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Thu Dec 01, 2016 6:34 pm

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@Lucca2951 wrote:
can you please try to make a psittacosaurus to my The Isle mod? thanks Smile

I have one in the works Wink


Can't wait to see it! XD Very Happy Smile
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Mon Dec 05, 2016 1:47 am

@Lucca2951 wrote:
@Lucca2951 wrote:
can you please try to make a psittacosaurus to my The Isle mod? thanks Smile

@SpinoInWonderland wrote:
I have one in the works Wink


Can't wait to see it! XD Very Happy Smile

And it's released.

Psittacosaurus lujiatunensis model:
 

Psittacosaurus reference

And not only that, here's a Supersaurus vivanae model, it's ~35-40 meters of supersauropod goodness, larger than my Diplodocus longus, and although it's still less massive than my Apatosaurus ajax model, it's longer than it. Based on Scott Hartman's skeletal reconstruction.

Supersaurus vivianae model:
 

The Amphicoelias altus model recieves a revamp. It's neck is now straighter and higher, seems to look neater that way. The older version is still available for download.

Amphicoelias altus model:
 

The juvenile Brachiosaurus also recieves a revamp and fix, it now has a thought bubble, among a few other tweaks.

Juvenile Brachiosaurus model:
 

And last but not the least, Sauroposeidon gets it's thought bubble back now. Just redownload it either from the front post or the link below.

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Supersaurus vivianae
Amphicoelias altus
Brachiosaurus altithorax juvenile
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Mon Dec 05, 2016 10:22 am

The new models are very impressive again. Could you make a better Dilophosaurus, Gallimimus and Camarasaurus supremus?

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Mon Dec 05, 2016 6:47 pm

another possibility occurred to me for a more interesting model arrangement: an Oviraptor made from the dilo model, and made into an herbivore (a bit unrealistic, but the galli in-game is already a carnivore/omnivore rendered as an herbivore anyway). the teeth, frills, and crests would be skinned off for it

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Mon Dec 05, 2016 7:51 pm

Where's the Maiasaura i have requested? Also, i want to see the Argentinosaurus.
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Mon Dec 05, 2016 11:16 pm

You can do a remake of Tarbosaurus


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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 06, 2016 12:34 am

Wow great job on the new models they look great the new revamp of the Amphicoelias might be my fav so far
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Sure, I could make some.
Thank you very much, can't wait to see your work

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 13, 2016 12:01 pm

The quilled version of the Psittacosaurus model is now released. Of course, you'll need to skin it for it to have, well, quills.

Quilled Psittacosaurus:
 

The Apatosaurus model now has a higher neck, so it no longer shoves it's head several meters below the ground when it eats or drinks. And, well, it's more in line with the Taylor et al. (2009) paper regarding neck poses.

Apatosaurus:
 

Maiasaura, requested by DinoWorld2014. Based on Scott Hartman's skeletal.

Maiasaura:
 

Saichania, an ankylosaurid from Asia. Reminds me of why we really need a global scaling value for models. I tried to base it off of Greg Paul's Saichania skeletal, but, let's just say that having the ability to resize whole models would be really nice.

Saichania:
 

The Ankylosaurus model receives a slight fix in the legs, it was a bit asymmetrical with one leg thicker than the other. Not really that noticeable, but a fix is a fix.

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 13, 2016 5:12 pm

Can you make the model of the troodon and herrerasaurus of JP The Game by raptor model?
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 13, 2016 9:05 pm

Can you make a Torvosaurus and Mapusaurus? please


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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Wed Dec 14, 2016 9:57 am

I request you to make Camarasaurus Supremus and Gallimimus models please!

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Sat Dec 17, 2016 8:19 am

If requests are open, then may I please request: Buriolestes, Gualicho and Murusraptor
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Sat Dec 17, 2016 1:13 pm

Holy crud, those are cool. Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Sat Dec 17, 2016 2:47 pm

Yes, lady! The mother dinosaur! I love it!

EDIT: Let's see what next, Marshosaurus!

SECOND EDIT: Try to make Marshosaurus using Ceratosaurus model.
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Sat Dec 17, 2016 3:56 pm

it's possible to make a the isle style carnotaurus with ceratosaurus please?



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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Sat Dec 17, 2016 4:54 pm

The Apatosaurus in game seems to look a lot smoother with the revamp of the neck, great job Smile

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 20, 2016 6:25 am

Torvosaurs are here! Torvosaurus tanneri and T. gurneyi use the same model, while Torvosaurus rex (= Edmarka) has a somewhat larger model.

Torvosaurus tanneri/gurneyi:
 
Torvosaurus rex (=Edmarka):
 

Based on the EoFauna reconstruction.

Also, a new Carcharodontosaurus with a body form closer to more derived carcharodontosaurids.

Carcharodontosaurus:
 

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 20, 2016 8:08 am

I saw that the Mesozoic Revolution's ENG has various names of dinosaurs that aren't released yet like Titanoceratops, Carnotaurus, Yutyrannus, E.Regalis, S.Armatus and S.Stenops, Bistahieversor, Sinraptor, E.T.C.
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 20, 2016 8:12 am

@DinoWorld2014 wrote:
I saw that the Mesozoic Revolution's ENG has various names of dinosaurs that aren't released yet like Titanoceratops, Carnotaurus, Yutyrannus, E.Regalis, S.Armatus and S.Stenops, Bistahieversor, Sinraptor, E.T.C.

A good portion of them are dinosaurs that were scrapped. The dinosaur list of Mesozoic Revolution went through several revisions before settling on the list.
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 20, 2016 9:41 am

@SpinoInWonderland wrote:
@DinoWorld2014 wrote:
I saw that the Mesozoic Revolution's ENG has various names of dinosaurs that aren't released yet like Titanoceratops, Carnotaurus, Yutyrannus, E.Regalis, S.Armatus and S.Stenops, Bistahieversor, Sinraptor, E.T.C.

A good portion of them are dinosaurs that were scrapped. The dinosaur list of Mesozoic Revolution went through several revisions before settling on the list.

So sad, they were confirmed as exclusive exercises dinos?
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 20, 2016 11:15 am

Can you make a Camarasaurus Supremus please?

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 20, 2016 1:27 pm

Request you can make a Mapusaurus Roseae please? Thanks
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Tue Dec 20, 2016 10:18 pm

@SpinoInWonderland wrote:
Torvosaurs are here! Torvosaurus tanneri and T. gurneyi use the same model, while Torvosaurus rex (= Edmarka) has a somewhat larger model.

Torvosaurus tanneri/gurneyi:
 
Torvosaurus rex (=Edmarka):
 

Based on the EoFauna reconstruction.

Also, a new Carcharodontosaurus with a body form closer to more derived carcharodontosaurids.

Carcharodontosaurus:
 


W0W the torvosaur's look great and i might sound like a broken record but i think i might have a new fav dinosaur model with carcharodontosaurus's revamped body, you are rapidly improving your models i can't wait to see more updates and improvements to come

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Wed Dec 28, 2016 10:54 am

Ola SpinoInWonderland, I would like to tell you to make the Therizonosaur from the Camarassauru model, considering the base of the skeleton of it.

Therizonosaur skeleton:
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Camarassauru/Therizonosaur model(Merely illustrative
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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Thu Dec 29, 2016 4:06 am

Fixed an issue with Prenocephale's mandible. Redownload the model either from the OP or the link below.

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PostSubject: Re: SpinoInWonderland's model thread   Thu Dec 29, 2016 10:10 am

Is it possible to make Camarasaurus Supremus?

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