That's one of them. There are seven other guide videos for each of the parts: the head and neck, the torso, the tail, each leg, and each arm. Feel free to watch all eight, and comment on them.
I do plan on releasing all the parts in one package soon. I'm just not sure if I should release them in a collection, or as one model that requires assembly.
I suppose, since I've offered the parts separately, that putting them together in a collection would make the most sense.
As for an image of the assembled dilophosaurus, I'll likely have at least one attached to the collection when I release it. And, the collection will include the complete assembly guide video.
And, on the subject of the assembly guide videos, it may interest you to know that I've put them all into a playlist. All I need to figure out now is how to reverse their order.
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