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Life-Sized Animatronic Baby T.Rex: Crush, Crumble and Cosplay….

by Conner Flynn

How would you like to have your own animatronic T.Rex costume this Halloween? That would be awesome. Why would you ever take it off? This life-sized baby dinosaur would scare everyone in your neighborhood.

Party like it’s 67 to 65.5 million years ago and shake your tail. This costume is a 16″ foot long animatronic dinosaur suit that was made by 3DWizart Sculptures. As you can see, the details are simply amazing and scary. It has cable driven eyes, mouth and neck that deliver smooth realistic movements.

Okay, so in the video it looks a little silly with human legs underneath, but it also looks really badass. Hey, it’s better than your costume. This costume will eat you whole and poop out your costume.

[via Obvious Winner]




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