Hi, As everybody knows, the Stan Winston School of Character Art will open soon. They will provide dvd training with the gnomon company. They have a facebook page and they answers questions sometime. I just wanted to know what will be the ten questions (about the JP trilogy) you will be interested to ask?
It will be interested to know someting like:
-Is the JPIII Rex a sub adult? -Is the JPIII Rex the same animatronic than the Lost World Bull? -What is the biggest TRex animatronic? -Why do they build a full size stegosaure whereas we just see the head of him in TLW? -What was there best memories about the trilogy? -Would you like to work on a fourth JP, do you think there still be animatronics and did you get any Info about a fourth film?
I will ask them the 10 questions that you ask the more
Do the old Velociraptors still have a place aside the new feathered type even if they are inaccurate? Was the Dilophosaurus seen in the first movie indeed a juvenile form? Who created the painted cast of the scrapped Pteranodon head puppet from The Lost World: Jurassic Park that was auctioned away last year?
I forgot to post my questions: What is the exact species list of the Jurassic Park film universe? Where do all the dinosaurs fit in? Does baryonyx still exist, baby spinosaurs look identical to baby baryonyx. Do the juvenile triceratops' horns point backward lke the recent discovery? Do all the movie dinosaurs die young like in the novel? Is the triceratps in JP an adult? Torosaurus is now thought to be an adult triceratops, and if JP4 is made, will they make the triceratops' frills longer?
Post by Supersaurus on Feb 19, 2012 12:20:01 GMT -5
I'm excited that the SWSCA is finally open and selling dvd tutorials! I have 5 chosen so far to buy and look forward to any more Jurassic Park content they release on their Facebook and Youtube page! Also happy Speilberg has finally announced officially that JP4 is in the works after a 10 year break. Actually JP3 came out in 2001, so if JP4 is 2014, that'd be 13 years. Whoooaa... it'd better be something special after all this waiting.