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Does anybody have any models where they can compare the right leg of the Troglodon model with another model? I'd love to have this model with both feet on the floor.

Alternatively, are there any tips for converting the existing leg to be flat on the floor?
 

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I want the legs more or less in this pose.



Would Kroq-Gar's Carnosaur's right leg work? The old Finecast model, that is.
 

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well you could cut the existing leg at the knee and the ankle and extend it down to touching the ground then fill the gap with green stuff but I feel the way the body is positioned that it would look weird having both feet touching the ground. So the twist of the body could make this a challenge.
 

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From what I can see the Troglodon's head is attached at the base of the neck to the torso, so this should be easy enough to shave down a bit and attach, reducing the bend. This is especially true as the 'collar' the Troglodon wears is not going to be present on my model. Also, I'm planning on using hot water to soften the plastic and straighten out the tail.
 
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