Made in LDD, as you can see. My idea was to create it without the very useful bionicle-like joints and still make it possible to move as much as the real thing would.
I think it's very good, although to make it a real skeleton its legs should be thinner, but if so the T.Rex couldn't stand still.
Also, all bricks are buyable, so if you want this, it costs about.. some mere.. 216.
About this creation
First of all, the big head. Mouth opens up to help minifigs find the secrets of the stomach.
The legs part1
I tried to make it the most realistic way possible. Imediatly after the torso there's a small 'leg-part' that allows the rest of it to turn on itself, horizontally and vertically. The feet are able to turn of themselves to make the body stable.
The legs part2
Should be thinner = couldn't stan up.
The arms section. It's attached to the rest of the torso, and, again, I made them able to turn. Fingers move too.
One of my favourite details on this creation are the ribs! I donīt know how many the real T-rex had, but I think those are enough..
I like this very much! Good design and also you kept it anatomically correct more or less (e.g. considering legs), so that's an extra plus! :D
If you're still active, may I recommend looking at my Nanotyrannus? Maybe you have an idea on how to help him stand on it's legs properly... *rolleyes*
you know, I have been quite inactive around lego.com and mocpages, mainly because of the lack of free time. We have holidays now, at least for one week. So I have found some time for new projects.. check out my page ;) And well, as I've said on lego.com (I hope you read it) this is just a stunning creation. Epic! By the way, since we're free from any censoring of comments here, would you like to get in contact with me also by skype, xfire etc.?