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Old 02-04-2020, 08:12 AM
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Journey to the Center of the Earth




When I started work on this Hoard to honor Jules Verne, I recolored some of Scarecrow's Space 1889 minis (with backs by Cowboyleland) to become explorers. And then I did some dinos (thinking movies, since I read the book back in Junior High), but ran across a list on Wikipedia of the animals in the book.
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Deinotherium (teeth only)
Pterichthys
Dipterides – a two-finned fish
Leptotherium – a gazelle-like creature
Merycotherium – a cattle-like creature
Lophiodon
Anoplotherium
Mastodon
Megatherium
Unidentified pterosaur, probably Pterodactylus
Unknown species of giant bird, probably a teratorn
Ichthyosaurus
Plesiosaurus
Glyptodon (shell only)
The creatures I did are land mammals -- Deinotherium, Leptotherium, Paleotherium (since I have no clue what a Merycotherium looks like), Anoplotherium, Mastodon and Megatherium. I meant to do a Glyptodon, but ran into several issues with it.


The larger beasts use the tent method I used for Zoe's Jurassic Christmas, which is what was used on the kamikami dinosaurs, and I liked the method (only I use a Fast Mirror Print on the back to avoid all the whiteness). Zoe's Jurassic Christmas


My dinosaurs can be found at The Dino Project | Cardboard Warriors forum


The Verne mammals can be found at www.onemonk.com/fh-2020.html


I do plan to come back to the Glyptodon some day, because it isn't a set until you have all the land mammals from the book
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