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This "Hercules VS python snake figure" 3D printed statue is inspired by the "Athlete wrestling with a python" bronze sculpture built by Frederic Lord Leighton on 1877 and presented nowdays at Tate Britain art gallery, in London UK. The figure is actively fighting a python, which has begun to wrap itself around the human's highly defined muscular body. With one arm outstretched, holding the head of the snake the other fights to loosen the constricting beast from his torso. There is great emphasis upon the body and the detailed rendering of its surface variations.
This kit contains all necessary parts for assembling ONE figure under 1/15 scale (120mm) and requires cleaning and painting. Any extra diorama accessories are not included and should be purchased separately.
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