T Rex with Poseable Tail

Fri, 18 May 2012

Michael42er has created this mashup of the TRex model and the flexible tail then created a stop motion animation that Ray Harruhausen would have been proud of! Fantastic work Michael!

There are more pictures in this comment post.
How did you create the skin texture Michael? It's nice!

Oh, and this is my 801st blog post. Blimey!

Comments (5)

  • DobbyKnits May 18, 2012 at 2:25 pm

    WOW!!!  Michael’, you’ve not

    WOW!!!  Michael', you've not only splendid talent in your build of this mashup, but your animation skills are FANTASTIC!!!

    I am extremely impressed.  ^__^

    Do you have a YouTube channel where we might see more of your work?

    • cool022883 May 19, 2012 at 1:24 am

      yes he does have a you tube

      yes he does have a you tube chanel and his work is amazing

      here is the link to his youtube chanel http://www.youtube.com/user/michael42er?feature=watch

      if it dosnt work  then rob has  a link of one of michaels videos in the blog about the paper safe and then you can get to his you tube page from there

  • cool022883 May 19, 2012 at 1:26 am

    i knew the t rex would

    i knew the t rex would be great for stop motion im glad someone with micheals talents was able to post a video for us to see

  • Michael cc May 19, 2012 at 10:55 am

    Thank you for your interest.

    Thank you for your interest. I use Adobe Photoshop for image processing in addition also the free program "Gimp". There are many pattern. On a blank sheet I print the selected pattern (enlarged and sharpened contours.) On this sheet after the colorless template is printed.

    Michael

        

    • DobbyKnits May 19, 2012 at 7:41 pm

      Michael –
      Thanks for the

      Michael –

      Thanks for the info!  I'd suspected as much.  I've loved using GIMP for a long time now.  I'm embarrassed to say that the notion of printing a full sheet of a texture never occurred to me.

      Am loving your work and hope to see more in future.

      Best wishes,

      Linda

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