Thanks, I think there's an Edge following me on Twitter who makes Youtube dino docs, might be the same. I'll check it out when I've got a min,
A couple of months ago I dragged an old project from backup. I had the animated Allosaurus skeleton on a real-time 3D website iin 2017 but I had to close my account when someone alerted me that people were stealing my work.
Anyway I brought it back as a Youtube video, it was a neat way to make a public record of an old project.
There's a few things wrong with it and if I ever re-visit it there'd have to be a few revisions. I'd love to build a real motorised version of the walking skeleton, pretty sure it's do-able if I ever found the time to work it out.
Been away from arty things for a while but I hope to get back on the cerato soon. Couple of sketches-
Great job on the Allo. Your work really puts into perspective just how large its arms were and just how small they were on Tyrannosaurs by comparison. I've always known that they had fairly large arms but I've always been more of a Tyrannosaur fan so I have kind of forgotten about Allosaurs except that they existed and were the Tyrannosaurs of the Jurassic.
One of these days I need to buy one of your prints. I've really liked everything that you've posted here. But it's a real toss up on what I'd get. As I said, I'm a big T. rex buff, but I already have a nice T. rex toy and a 2D skull that I cut out from a sheet of brass ages ago in college so I'd probably get either the Mosasaur or the Pterosaur, or maybe wait for your Ceratosaur just for something a little different, something that's not a T. rex.