Hi all! I'm pretty new here, but I've been seriously contemplating building a dinosaur suit. I've seen some decent ones, but my main problem is that they all display the actor's legs, and that completely ruins the image for me. Some suits hide the legs, but look completely unrealistic. I've been thinking that digitigrade stilts would for such a project, preferably some majorly reinforced ones. I've done a little research and scale comparison, and a human thigh and tibia scale pretty similarly to those of a tyrannosaur, meaning that the legs would not look completely wonky. However, If this is implemented, in order to keep the body from looking completely out of proportion, the actor (me) would have to bend their waist at nearly a 90 degree angle, which would cause considerable back strain. My idea for a workaround to this would be to rest my torso on a platform of sorts that would be connected to the tail, which would be counterbalanced enough for me to rest my full weight on said platform, while also wearing a back brace. controls for the head and neck would also have to be placed below me, lest I strain my neck as well. this is something I really want to do, but am concerned about the feasibility of it all. Thoughts? I really want to create a replica tyrannosaur from the first jurassic park.