Steven Spielberg‘s Jurassic Park still holds an extremely high bar as to how to use visual effects in a movie. While it was one of the first to use high-powered CGI, Spielberg mixed in a lot of physical elements to add to the realism. One of the highlights is a moment in which Grant (Sam Neill) and Ellie (Laura Dern) come across a sick Triceratops, an astoundingly realistic scene that gave even more weight to the film’s believability. Now, the scene is being immortalized in diorama form, thanks to Chronicle Collectibles.
Measuring at 13″ long x 11″ wide x 4″ tall, this diorama statue comes on a screen-accurate base with a full-color Jurassic Park logo; the overall shape of the base was designed to resemble the Triceratops paddock sign as seen in the film. It is priced at $449.
Also, Chronicle Collectibles is also releasing the long-awaited Male 1:1 Velociraptor Bust from The Lost World: Jurassic Park. They originally showed this product back at SDCC ’16, and they’re finally ready to put it up for pre-order this Friday as well at 3pm CST at chroniclecollectibles.com
This will be a companion piece to the Female 1:1 Velociraptor bust from Jurassic Park that just sold out. Molded and cast directly from a Stan Winston Studios casting of the full 1:1 Velociraptor, it measures approximately 30″ tall, 28″ deep and 10″ wide. Base is 10″ in diameter. Limited edition of 300 pieces, it’s priced at $1199.