I think it's extremely important to point out the thing that makes Jurassic Park so different and so successful is because of how real the animals look. If this park is going to be successful it has to include life-like animatronic models just like the ones you see in the movie. That's what will set this park apart from the rest. People want to see the animals straight from the movie. The detail is extremely important. They have to be replicas.
I agree 100% that the dinosaurs should be as realistic as possible, however Jurassic Park movie replicas would not be legal, so I will need to come up with a new look for the animals that seem just as real. This is a big artistic challenge, but looking at the dinos in the parks, it shouldn't be too hard to get ahead of those.
Post by velocijacktor on Aug 17, 2015 19:17:01 GMT
As much as I love the movie, I think it would probably be good to step away from the Jurassic Park dinosaur models, as science has proven most of them wrong. We should start off small, like with small dinosaurs like compys and raptors, and just work our way up to things like a t-rex. I wouldn't make the t-rex full on feathers, but still give it plenty, because I think that giving too many feathers, even though it is scientifically accurate, would cause public outrage. Give the raptor lots of feathers, that will work. Also, the new spinosaurus could be cool. Here are some reference images-
Though didn't they redo the study on the spinosaur and found out it was a sigmallisaur (if it was spelt correctly) instead. Meaning the spinosaurus was bipedal. Here is the link peerj.com/articles/1323/