|Uploaded:||January 15, 2008|
|Updated:||January 15, 2008|
Created as a fictional Japanese monster, Godzilla became one of the world’s most recognized sci-fi creatures. Making his film debut back in 1954, a 164 foot Godzilla arose from the Pacific Ocean and terrorized Tokyo killing thousands. Growing up, Godzilla became a big part of my household. I can remember getting ready for the creature double feature to come on and staying vegged to the T.V for hours. The Godzilla shows I watched was with him defeating other monsters like Biollante, King Ghidorah and so on. The coolest thing was his atomic ray that came out of his mouth, almost like a breath of fire. Than there was the birth of Godzuki, he was supposed to be Godzilla’s nephew. Nothing more was really explained about the little guy than that. A question that I always use to ask is “what the heck is Godzilla anyway?” The answer to that came just recently. He is a combination of different types of dinosaurs but more so of a Tyrannosaurus, Stegosaurus, and Iguanodon. In this tutorial the steps are simple and the instructions on how to draw Godzilla are pretty easy. He was a sci-fi creature but I guess he could be a cartoon as well. I did sketch out this drawing on pad first then to Photoshop. I couldn’t really get his rocky skin to come threw without him looking deformed. This image of Godzilla is from one of his last movies ‘Final Wars” I think he kept his original image pretty good. Well have loads of fun sketching him out, I know I did.