A Gallery of newer, limited edition model kits
The new model kits coming out lately are amazing. Small model kit companies can afford to license a small run, limited production amount of kits for films which makes it cost effective.
However, it also makes some of these kits very scarce and expensive, especially if you had missed the original release and are now buying though a second party. (scroll over pics to see kit info and companies)
These are some pretty fantastic kits:
Some companies have been releasing alternative bases for established kits.
Below, I have some kit-bash designs. A kit-bash is when a modeler takes different parts from different kits and makes his own scene from them. (scroll over pics to see info about builders, painters, and companies)
Here’s some of the recent Prehistoric Scenes kit add-ons:
And lastly, these are some older kits and I wanted to show some amazing paint jobs the builder’s have executed.
(scroll over pics to see info about builders, painters, and companies)
Large T Rex by Bob Morales of Dragon Attack Studio is 26” long!
All of these models, kit designs, paint-ups and photos are c/p their original owners, used here for information and learning.
Need a missing part from your vintage (or not so vintage) kit? Missing a leg, a foot, an accessory? Stop by The Parts Pit. Members post requests for model kit parts they are missing and other members respond if they have the parts to sell or trade – usually cheap. I recently got two hands for my Allosaurus kit from posting on the page.
The Parts Pit Vintage Model Parts Trading Post – Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/556964584447471/
If you’re interested in seeing info, painted kits, and vintage items in the Aurora Prehistoric Scenes line, check out, The Aurora Prehistoric Scenes Society on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/groups/123243567699484/
Add on to your Aurora Prehistoric Scenes Kits with these new items from Prehistorix
Bases for new and old Aurora Prehistoric Scenes Kits from Jurassic Arts:
Check out everything you wanted to know about the Monster Scenes line from Aurora:
Alchemy is a company that has been delivering a lot of excellent kits including over a dozen Prehistoric Scenes kits to go with your Aurora originals. Alchemy Works Model Kits – http://thealchemyworks.com/
Resin Crypt has been putting out some great character model kits including some of the recent female favorites shown above. Resin Crypt Model Kits – http://www.resincrypt.com/
The amazing work by Jean-Louis Crinon can be found at the website: theexo.com/crinon/
Wow, some great kits there. Will have to check out all these links as well!
Hmmmm…that Bride of Frankenstein is a real looker. LOL. smh
Oh, God. And Kurt Russell with the flamethrower and the spider-legged head…PRICELESS!
It is nice, great likeness too!