Bandai, a company that manufactures high-end action figures and toys, recently completed a Godzilla sculpture using 3D printing technology.
Reportedly drawing from the 1991 version of the monstrous Japanese character, Bandai's figure is as tall as a human, however with much broader dimensions. Due to this, its Godzilla sculpture is said to be the world's largest -- towering above other models while maintaining an intricate level of detail.
This comes from the company's use of an incredibly precise 3D printer, which enables it to capture the texture of each scale that decorates the iconic dinosaur's skin. Those interested in purchasing the Godzilla sculpture can take part in Bandai's raffle, where it will be sold for $43,000 USD.