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In 2010, Acheson Creations entered into a production partnership with Richard Deasey to bring his Primaeval Designs line of dinosaurs, prehistoric and modern animals to the tabletop. Since that time, Primaeval Designs has been a consistent seller for us despite only having released a small fraction of the models sculpted by Richard. In 2015, we introduced new dinosaurs within our Dungeon Worlds system of dungeon tiles and realms and a few items in our first Heavy Metal project. At the close of 2016, Acheson Creations completed an entire buyout of the Primaeval Designs line from Richard Deasey and we're excited to present 20+ new sculpts ready for production!

The majority of these creatures will be hand cast in urethane plastic. Those cast in pewter metal are marked accordingly.

This project features an a la carte Rewards System where you pledge to cover shipping (based on where you are in the world) and then you add to your pledge enough money to cover the items you want from the below selection.

  • Any pledge over $100.00 = Free USA Shipping!
  • Any pledge over $125.00 = 1 of every unlocked Stretch Goal item!
  • Any pledge over $200.00 = Free Shipping Worldwide!
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Why are the dinosaurs naked? They look like they're based on late 20th century references.

Not all dinos were feathered. If you look at their velociraptors, they are appropriately coiffed in feathers.

 

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Funny you say that. There's new evidence that suggests all dinosaurs were feathered, or at least most of them. We knew that therapods were feathered (tyrannosaurs, raptors, etc.), but now we've found ornithischian dinosaurs with feathers. That means it arose early enough that nearly all dinosaurs at least had the genes for feathers.

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Why are the dinosaurs naked? They look like they're based on late 20th century references.

Not all dinos were feathered. If you look at their velociraptors, they are appropriately coiffed in feathers.

 

Halber

 

Funny you say that. There's new evidence that suggests all dinosaurs were feathered, or at least most of them. We knew that therapods were feathered (tyrannosaurs, raptors, etc.), but now we've found ornithischian dinosaurs with feathers. That means it arose early enough that nearly all dinosaurs at least had the genes for feathers.[/size]

 

There is at least one hadrosaur that they are certain had no feathers http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/12/photogalleries/dinosaur-pictures/photo2.html

 

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