Godzilla is a very popular monster movie and one of the most recognizable in the history of cinema. Its success led to a sequel, Godzilla vs. King Kong. There are many Godzilla concept art paintings that have been created as a result of the success of this movie. Some people are not familiar with these images, but they surely add to the awesomeness of this classic monster film.
When we watch the original Godzilla we can see the King of the Monsters towering over the city of Tokyo. In this version of the story, Godzilla survived an attack by the creature but was transformed into a giant monster due to radiation from an explosion. He now prowls the earth scaring unsuspecting travelers and destroying anything that stands in his way.
Some fans feel that this Godzilla is much more than just a roaring beast with powerful teeth and claw. As he has been irradiated, he has become more primal in form and so some of the Godzilla concept art shows him in a much more primitive state. The reddish color of the skin and fangs gives the monster an angry appearance that fits the character well.
The King of the Monsters starts to stalk the earth once again. But this time he is joined by some other prehistoric creatures that have also survived the initial disaster. These include lizard-like creatures and egg-laying dinosaurs. Together they race through the jungle battling other formidable monsters while battling the humans who arrived to save the earth. There is a great deal of jungle to battle in this film and it is really impressive how the scale of the different creatures is exaggerated by the artist.
One of the most memorable locations in this film is Godzilla's home in Godzilla: King of the Monsters. It looks like the home of Godzilla himself and it features a great deal of detailing. Concept artists have done an amazing job depicting Godzilla's house. You will find all sorts of neat little details such as the door handle, the knobs, the light switches and sockets and even some photographs of the family and friends. This is truly the home of the King of the Monsters and if you were to see some of the actual artwork you would instantly understand what I'm talking about.
The look of the sea is also enhanced by the artist. The bright blue and turquoise waters give it a completely different look and contrast nicely with the large and menacing creatures stalking the coast. The sea is also a place where the Godzilla creatures are sighted. Concept artists have done a fantastic job of reproducing these images in 3D and the depth of the sea creates a sense of realism.
Another exciting location is the devastated city of Godzilla at the mouth of the Pacific. It is here that you will discover the real reason for Godzilla's rage. There are two forms of the creature that we encounter. There are the Godzilla himself and the Godzilla creature. The concept artists did a wonderful job of reproducing the huge scale of the creatures and bringing it to life in 3D.
The final part of the design shows us the destruction caused by Godzilla when he falls to the ground. Some fans might disagree but I think it is totally logical that the huge explosion that creates the sea monster should knock him off balance. The destruction of his home is portrayed in a very realistic way and I think this adds to the overall credibility of the concept art. The images are some of the best around.