This prehistoric Polacanthus is dino-mite!

This prehistoric Polacanthus is dino-mite!
Dinosaurs are the name of the game today at TBB, so let’s take a trip to Western Europe and turn our clocks back to the Cretaceous period, because we’re going on a prehistoric safari to find Polacanthus! Polacanthus is Greek for “many thorns.” Vlad Lisin’s version of the herbivorous dinosaur lives up to its name because it looks quite sharp indeed. A mix of LEGO system and constraction elements are used to achieve a wonderfully organic looking dino. Polancanthus’ head is particularly stunning, thanks in part to a realistic-looking mouth achieved through the use of a battle droid torso and Ninjago snake skull helmet . This behemoth looks prepared to graze through some serious vegetation.

As you explore prehistoric past, don’t miss the fearsome  Carnotaurus by Nathan Haseth.
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