Another giant dinosaur, minimalized to extremes. Here’s a scaled down version of Diplodocus, a beast with a small head as opposed to his extra long neck and tail. I wanted his tail to be lifted from the ground and therefore used two thin 2×4 bricks and slightly moved them apart from each other. You can use a 2×2 brick instead a rare 2×3 brick.
I already published a more sophisticated version of this dinosaur. This time I tried my best to keep it very minimalistic. Outcome is the silhouette made out of 7 Lego Duplo bricks, with visible and easily recognizable arms, legs, tail and head. I spent a lot of time trying to incorporate arms in a way to not stand out that much – as you know Tyrannosaurus has very small arms. I had to use a different color for the legs thought, as I ran out of matching colors. On the other hand I purposefully used a different color for mouth piece.
An “earth lizard”, known as Edaphosaurus had a giant sail along his back. Even the scientist are unsure about its function. Maybe I went over the top with it’s giant teeth, but it looks great to me this way.
This legendary spine lizard was among the largest “meat-eaters” on the planet ever. His skull was long and narrow, reminiscent of a much more familiar and still existing crocodile.
Bellow you will find a quick video tutorial to build this beast for yourself.