Exolothon

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  1. Here are a brick built Tyrannosaurus and Indominus Rex I made for Lego Ideas. They are approximately minifigure scale with moderate part counts. Both dinosaurs are built with multiple points of articulation suitable for posing, as indicated by in the images. Part counts are 324 for Tyrannosaurus Rex and 373 for Induminus. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/109869 https://ideas.lego.com/projects/109869 https://ideas.lego.com/projects/109869 Also, here are the LDraw files for all who are interested: i_rex.ldr t_rex.ldr
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    Easter Island Head

    Here is an Easter Island head I made for Lego Ideas: (You can see the whole project here https://ideas.lego.com/projects/109859) Moai: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/109859 It is about 1 foot tall and consists of around 1200 pieces. Moai: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/109859
  3. Here is an animation I made for my Lego Ideas project, Air Galleys, using POV-ray: See more renderings and the full project at: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/108617 The most difficult part to animate was the flapping motion of the wings. At first I considered using a simple sine curve for the angle of the wings but the results were unsatisfactory. I ended up modeling the physical constraints of the model; as the wing shafts rest on the bottom of the ports they protrude from, their bases rotate with the gear they are connected to. As their contact point on the gear drops beneath the ledge of the port, the wings rise slowly and then quickly fall again as the opposite occurs. Here is a diagram: