crobdan:

The OP was really good you guys.

bessovestny:

Mike Mignola, american comic book artist.

www.artofmikemignola.com

belovedlights:

here’s some adventure time cover art i did for my professional applications illustration classsss!! its a little wide cause i drew it at poster size with the intention of cropping it
im lucky enough to be working a little with people responsible for the comic through this class and it’s been super helpful and informative!! its basically an awesome class

belovedlights:

here’s some adventure time cover art i did for my professional applications illustration classsss!! its a little wide cause i drew it at poster size with the intention of cropping it

im lucky enough to be working a little with people responsible for the comic through this class and it’s been super helpful and informative!! its basically an awesome class

KA: Masayuki?

KA: Kazuya Tsurumaki?

From Detatoko Princess directed by Akiyuki Shinbo

ep 2 credits

Storyboard and layout supervisor: Katsuichi Nakayama

Key Animation: Kazuya Tsurumaki, Tadashi Hiramatsu, Takeshi Honda, Hideki Hamasu, Koichi Arai, Satoshi Kon…

pixiv-artists:

トビトカゲ by 456

pixiv-artists:

トビトカゲ by 456

astoundingbeyondbelief:

quackatomic:

mekagojira3k:

A Space Godzilla would have been the most amazing film ever made.

What is this? Concept art? Looks interesting.

These are by Katsuhiro Otomo (writer/illustrator of Akira), published in a 1979 issue of Japan’s version of Starlog. In it (to quote Toho Kingdom user Tamura) “Godzilla’s corpse washes ashore, followed by 2001-style head trips with Godzilla’s soul traversing the cosmos, his encounters with an alien entity, a final battle with a monster called Gamora, and Godzilla’s final evolution into infinity.”

It was, at the very least, proposed as a movie (using stop-motion for the kaiju), but I don’t know much beyond that.