My D&D Scale Dinosaurs.
I finely got all of the dinosaur minis that I need for Tomb of Annihilation. The hardest thing to do was to get the models in the correct size for playing on a one inch grid. I was determined to use the sizes they have in the monster stats. The only one that I couldn’t find at the proper scale was a Hadrosaurus.
So here they are:
Allosaurus – Painted Toy that I mounted onto a 2″ base.
Allosaurus, Young – Painted Toy that I mounted onto a 1″ base.
Ankylosaurus – Painted Toy that I mounted onto a 3″ base.
Brontosaurus – Toy that I painted and mounted onto a 4″ base.
Deinonychus – Prepainted mini by HeroClix.
Dimetrodon – Toy that I re-painted and mounted onto a 2″ base. This should have been on a 1″ base, but only smaller one that I could find didn’t look as good.
Plesiosaurus – Toy that I re-painted and mounted onto a 2″ base.
Pteranodon – Toy that I re-painted and mounted onto a 1″ base.
Quetzalcoatlus – Painted Toy that I mounted onto a 3″ base. (I really like this one. Notice that it even has a smaller dinosaur in it’s mouth!)
Stegosaurus – Painted Toy that I mounted onto a 3″ base.
Triceratops – Toy that I painted and mounted onto a 3″ base.
Triceratops, young – Toy that I mounted onto a 1″ base. (I can’t remember if I painted this one or not. I am thinking that I did, but the paint job is really bad.)
Tyrannosaurus Rex – Toy that I re-painted and mounted onto a 3″ base.
Tyrannosaurus Zombie – A mini by Dungeons & Dragons – Collector’s Series Miniatures that I assembled and painted.
Velociraptor – A pre-painted mini by WizKids.
For those of you that are interested, here is where I found these:
by Dungeons & Dragons – Collector’s Series Miniatures
Brontosaurus, Allosaurus and Ankylosaurus
For all of the others, I didn’t keep any records. I found them at various local stores.
Thanks to Zee Parks for his “Miniature Lineup (1in=5ft) Scale Template“.
Very nice collection! The hard work to put all of that together will sure be appreciated by your players.
Those look amazing. I totally want to run a sub-tropical game e.g. Tomb of Annihilation just to run a bunch of dinosaurs!
If you just want to run a bunch of dinosaurs, you might also want to look at “Isle of Dread”, it has lots of dinosaurs. Goodman Games is about to release a 5E conversion of this first edition module, or you might find fan converted version. Also Wizards of the Coast produced a play-testing version in 2012 before they published the final version of fifth edition.