The result of my second attempt to make a dinosaur moc is this Raptor which is primarily system based. My main aim was to get the shape right and I think It's clear that it's supposed to be some sort of small theropod.
Rather than have the moc on its own, I gave my Raptor a base to make it more presentable.
The small piece of flesh on the ground in-front of him is made to represent some portion of an animal, hence the white tooth pieces acting as ribs.
The Raptor also has some small flesh pieces where its mouth would be to.
The bare base without the moc or the carcass piece.
Something I've only done before with my Walking Dead moc 'The Hand' is blood splatter of this type and I thought it would be fitting here.
A single shot of the carcass and small flesh pieces on their own.
I made a small stand for the moc which I hoped would be used for various poses.
Unfortunately the hip connections aren't all that good as the pegs keep getting pushed off when the legs are raised. I did however get him into this semi running/lunging pose where you can see the larger sickle claw drawn on his right foot.
The full set all together.
This moc venture resulted in the centre Raptor piece, a large display base, a smaller display stand, a carcass and a flesh piece for the Raptor's mouth.
brilliant work fen, extra points for builing a dinosaur. one minor flaw, most raptors had tails that moved from side to side rather than up and down, and they would have had that tail pointed straight behind them for ballance while running. as i said though, minor problem, does not detract from the moc its just a personal quip.