Soft vinyl, which is soft enough to be easily dented when pressed by hand, is used for this voluminous model. The flexible and sturdy material is resistant to breakage even if dropped, and can be enjoyed in many places.
Under the supervision of experts in various fields, the figures have been sculpted and finished with attention to detail in every aspect, from coloring to posing. With a rich lineup, these models are highly collectible.
To make it easier for people to enjoy biological figures. This model was born from this desire. Since it is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, you can enjoy displaying it in a variety of ways, such as on a bookshelf, around your desk, or combined with interior accessories.
Artist active in contemporary art and restoration art of dinosaurs and other paleontological creatures. He is in charge of the overall supervision and academic support of the skeleton model and the supervision of the FDF-105 Brachiosaurus.
Japan's leading dinosaur sculptor, who has made reconstructed models of dinosaurs for natural history museums and prototypes for dinosaur illustrated books. Sculpted and supervised Desktop Models, Vinyl Models, Soft Models, and Mini Models.
He specializes in the phylogenetic evolution of fossil reptiles, especially turtles. He is widely active in lectures and excavations, both in Japan and abroad. Scientific support in the pteranodon skeleton.
Paleontological Model Artist A model artist of dinosaurs and paleontological reconstructions who aims to create works that combine academic research with three-dimensional appeal. Sculptor of FDF-201 Tyrannosaurus & Triceratops.
World famous Dinosaur artist, responsible for the creation of the T-rex in the movie Jurassic Park. He is in charge of the prototype production and supervision of all Trcic models.
Academic support in Tyrannosaurus and Spinosaurus skeletons. Paleobotanist, Ph.
Academic support in the Triceratops skeleton. Project Researcher, University of Tokyo Museum of Advanced Studies
Academic support in Stegosaurus skeletons. Researcher, Department of Paleontology, University of Bonn, Germany.