Schleich Dinosaurs and Quetzalcoatlus Model get a Brief Movie Role
Schleich the German based model and figure manufacturer have created a short (fifty second), stop motion film featuring the ten models from the World of History Model range.
The first ten models introduced by the company are featured in this very creative video. The dinosaurs do what dinosaurs do best and the azhdarchid pterosaur Quetzalcoatlus soars overhead.
To view Everything Dinosaur’s range of “World of History” prehistoric animal models: Schleich Prehistoric Animal Models.
This series of not to scale prehistoric animal models was introduced in the early part of 2012 and will replace the larger, scale model “Saurus” range. The Velociraptor, Allosaurus, Giganotosaurus, Spinosaurus and the T. rex in this model series all have articulated lower jaws, so the model can be posed with the mouth open or closed.
A spokesperson from the UK-based, dinosaur specialists Everything Dinosaur praised Schleich for the innovative way in which they have highlighted their prehistoric figures.
The spokesperson added:
“Prehistoric animals have a long history of being involved in the film industry, it is great to see the design team at Schleich creating their own monster movie”.