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Discussion in 'Dioramas & Displays' started by Craftman, Sep 9, 2013.
Those small fires were tricky to make, but with time anything is possible!
I then started with the sign part of the gate, totally ignoring the outline of the tabs I had done before and just cut what seemed right.
Like I said, I have never done anything like this before, trying to make a design, so it was a lot of trial and error!
The result turned out ok! But I still needed to add...
...the text itself. So many small tabs to fold...
...but in the end it was worth it!
Then "just" fold and glue some gate doors...
...and add some hinges to them!
After that, time to fold the edges of the background...
...to make something for the glued-on toe to stand on that will make the picture I added of a T-Rex body look like it is coming out of the picture.
Then glue it all together...
...and add some printed plants to cover the base of the gate making it blend in more with the background.
Then glue the head to the picture of the body!
Last final things to do, glue the doors on their hinges....
...add the small wheels to the gate doors as they appear in the movie....
...and it´s DONE!
I love it!! Hope you all think it looks ok!
View of the finished gate from the right...
...and from the left with flash, now hanging on my wall!
Last picture, this one is just to show scale, it´s hanging next to my previous craft of the M41-A Aliens gun that is in scale 1:1.
Alright!! Now I have a Jurassic Park gate! With a T-Rex!
See you on the next build!!
No. It's far from looking "OK".
IT'S LOOKING GORGEOUS! AWESOME! Like a still from the movie, it could have served as teaser trailer for the movie! Really well done! Great job! :thumb::thumb::thumb:
cool idea and very nice finish! i hope to see more of where that came from