Our 3D printed miniatures are an absolute highlight for all fans of cult films. The two figures show a legendary scene from a film that has had a lasting impact on pop culture.
The detailed miniatures are made of high-quality plastic and are available in different scales. The two figures come in one color so you can paint and personalize them however you like. This makes each figure unique and reflects your own personality.
Whether on the desk, on the shelf or in a showcase - these miniatures are a real eye-catcher and make every collector's heart beat faster. The two characters embody an iconic scene from a film that has lost none of its fascination to this day. The film tells the story of two people who get to know each other in an unusual way and go through a night full of adventures together.
They meet bizarre characters and experience situations that demand everything from them. The miniatures show both of them doing their famous dance in Jack Rabbit Slim's - a scene that will remain in the memory of every film buff for a long time.
With these figures you bring a piece of film history into your home and can express your passion for the cinema in a stylish way. Order our 3D-printed miniatures now and let yourself be inspired by the fascination of a film that is still unparalleled to this day.
Whether as a gift for a friend or as a highlight in your own collection - these miniatures are an absolute must-have for every film fan.
3D SLA printing
In gray to paint yourself
Examples of dioramas that the miniature figures could be used in:
Classic Ballroom Diorama: Place the dancing duo in an elegant ballroom diorama surrounded by other miniature dancing figures.
Retro Nightclub Diorama: Recreate a vibrant nightclub scene where the duo takes center stage.
Movie Set Diorama: Create a diorama depicting a movie set with the dancing duo as the main attraction.
Dance History Museum Diorama: Place the figures in a museum that celebrates the history of dance.
Private Dance Studio Diorama: Show the duo in an intimate dance studio where they practice their famous moves.
Even if the miniature figures encourage playing, please make sure that small children do not play with them! Small parts can always break off. Miniature figures are not toys!