The simulated dinosaur skeleton is widely used in museums, science museums, and science exhibitions. It is more flexible than the real dinosaur fossil skeleton, easy to carry, and easy to install and not easily damaged. What are the main production processes and process difficulties?
The simulated dinosaur skeleton is restored by modern technology and is roughly divided into the following production processes:
1: First of all, the drawings are designed for the restored dinosaur skeletons of paleontological archaeologists.
2: Use the clay sculpture to make all the dinosaur skeletons and make the FRP mold.
3: Smooth the FRP mold and then perform the mold over.
4: Make a crack on the FRP simulation dinosaur skeleton and hand-color it.
5: Weld the steel frame and splicing all the individual skeletons together.
The simulated dinosaur skeleton not only allows visitors to feel the charm of these prehistoric hegemons but also has a good knowledge of paleontological knowledge for tourists. Each dinosaur skeleton is produced in strict accordance with the skeleton literature restored by archaeologists. The difficulty of the process lies in the old processing and coloring.
The dinosaur skeleton is formed by burying it underground for tens of thousands of years. The surface has been petrified to form a natural crack. The difficulty in simulating the dinosaur skeleton is how to simulate natural cracks. Originally using artificial engraving, although convenient and fast, it is not enough in realism. After the change to adult repair for the broken.
In the simulation of dinosaur skeleton coloring, we should pay attention to the choice of waterproof propylene as a pigment. After the coloring is completed, it will be washed with mud, and then naturally dried to assemble, which can solve the difficulty of the coloring process and achieve a very realistic effect.