What if those hatchlings were the two Godzillas? Maybe the brown one became the godzillasaurus on Lagos and eventually the 1954 Godzilla and the he bomb mutated them both but the second stayed dormant till 1955?
Yeah what would happen is maybe their mother would die prior or die in the blast one survives as Godzilla 1954 the others presumed dead but it survives and fights angurius and I need to ask u a question for Godzilla legacy should their be one goji cuz I wanted to do only 1 but how I do kiryu and ghost godzilla?
Not entirely sure on the question....but my two cents has always been that more stories with multiple Godzillas would be interesting, I always though Toho wussed out by only having one Godzilla in every single film. Seeing a family or multiple versions (beyond just him and baby that is) would be interesting and build the character, but they've always shyed away from that. Kiryu was s a bit closer, but it's still not quite there in delivery. The best advice I can give is stick to the ideas you really want to see materialized, because the more unique they are and different than what's been done in the movies, hopefully the more interesting they'll be to the fans and draw them in.
Oh thnx sry for asking again when u replied to me asking about what program u used I didn't think u saw that part what I was thinking was it's a mystery maybe the governments lying about the bones being on kiryu maybe they're just saying that so they can say they killed him in 54 and won and use kiryu as proof but that's also a mystery too what do u think about that? The whole monarch tracking godzilla in the 50s is incorporated so that's more of the Goverment lying XD
If you can craft a mystery without falling into too many predictable elements and develop your characters well, I say go for it, the whole Monarch thing has laid a lot of good ground for fans to expand on that and create some good human plots around the monster action.
I agree my godzilla isn't mutated like before it's just like in 2014 he was always godzilla he's an alpha predator the great equalizer although he was like in 2014 bombed many times by the Goverment so his scales are somewhat charred looking and his breast bone appears to have some sort of healed scar probably from the blasts and he did have a brother so if the Godzilla from 1955 is different it's still his sibling it's like in 1984 they never found a corpse so it's a mystery and ghost godzilla is probably kiryus exoskeleton regenerating new organs and flesh it's far fetched yes but that's only if the skeletons really in there if it's the same godzilla idk then
Yeah hey could u do a godzillasaurus standing on a beach as a atomic blast can be seen on the horizon you could call it the beginning of the end and I might use that idea for Godzila legacy plz check it out when it's done what program do u use for ur art?
I've got a really full plate right now on both comic and solo art pieces, sorry, I can only put paid commissions on my schedule while juggling three different comic projects and the list of one-shots It's a good scenario though! I currently use Adobe Elements for certain pieces and effects but mainly I'm using Manga Studio coloring purposes, I find it's just a really user-friendly program for people still getting a hang with various brushes and tools.
Oh ok it's fine then for my series should there be two Godzillas I kinda wanted to do only one but then what about Kiryu and ghost Godzilla? I was thinking its a mystery or the government claims kiryu has the bones inside him but maybe they're just saying that so they can say they killed the first godzilla and use kiryu as proof
Awesome! Now this is a really cool piece! You NEVER see Godzillasaruses drawn. Its really cool to see the family in their natural premutation forms. Im guess that the yellow one is Minilla? I figure that since its the ugliest one lol. Really awesome job on this! Its a really cool piece and you did an exceptional job making them look natural. I feel sorry for that little Triceratops, but thats the cycle of life for ya. Maybe one day a Triceratops kaiju can fight against them lol. I also really like how you drew the dad and his expression. Its like hes observing his young to see what/how they do. Really great piece
I dunno. I figure it was the dad since these are suppose to be their pre-mutation forms. I really do love this piece. It was very, very well done. You did a really awesome job making this piece look realistic. There should be more pre-mutation art. People seem to forget that they are still really cool without an atomic beam.
Well thanks. I just had this thought that the dad was the one off getting shot by the American troops while this is what the rest of the fam was doing But there's been some great ideas about the scenario from some of the other comments, I've enjoyed it.
No problem dude! You really did an awesome job on this piece. I really love it. It definitely is very realistic and convincing. Like i said, you RARELY see pieces like this. Its really cool. Hopefully you can draw this family again in the future.
I actually thought the Godzillasauruses were herbivores, not carnivores. Then again, they do have really large and sharp teeth.
Awesome work! You made the Godzillasaurus design very lifelike and gave them lots of personality, they actually look more like Godzilla than the movie version did. Are the little ones supposed to be the first & second Godzillas before they were mutated? Or is this just a random Godzillasaur family?
*Gasp!* No! T___T not a distance relative of my beloved Anguirus! Funny thing though is I've had people on FB telling me they're sad because I picked a trike, I forgot that people kinda think of them like puppies
Elephant-plus-sized 'puppies' with snapping-turtle beaks and T.rex-kebabbing horns. Plus, there's been some recent paleo-conjecture that ceratopsians might've been omnivorous like wild boars. Anyhow, this one's certainly bacon.
Nice rugged rendering of Mama G-saur (that surly overbite's especially neat), and the color/developmental variation 'tween those cuddly-but-halfway-plausible cubs ain't bad either.