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by RyanTheMast Jan 25, 2019
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this was always my favorite of the jp dinos. so glad you made this would love to see a open mouth/frills version. great job!!

Thank you for the Feedback! The Dilo is one of the best JP Dinos, I hope we get to see it again in a movie. I am working on the Frilled attack pose version but it will take me a little while to get it looking right and still be printable. I'll message you when I get that done.

Have you ever tried to make an articulated figure?

Yes I have, recently I made a TMNT Mouser https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3326162 with print-in-place style joints, as well as a GizmoDuck with some basic articulation https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3365604. This dinosaurs pose didn't lend itself well to articulation but if you print it in the peg together pieces I provide the legs would move some.

Mouser - Articulated Model

found this a few minutes after post and wanted to print it for my niece (I'm going to see her right now). sadly, the supports I added in Meshmixer weren't enough and the head failed, but the rest of the model printed great!

Can't wait for a version with the fins

Glad to see the make! Congrats on winning the first post award, just 4 hours after the upload is the fasted I have ever seen a make. If you get one to print well I would be happy to include it in the photos and promote you. I will definitely work on a version with the frill/fins as soon as I get some free time

Really like this model. This will be my next project

I am glad you like it, thank you! Please post your make when you are done I would love to see the results.

Maybe consider using squarer alignment pins next time, to help with orientation?

Good idea, I will add a keyed version soon. Many of the other things I make are meant to be pose-able so I often stick with a round to allow rotation but in this case a keyed peg may be worth it for alignment.

Thank you!, That means a lot coming from you Dape, you have many of my favorite designs.