The Big G in Color

The Big G – 1941

My pal Barry (and a few others) asked to see the color version of this piece. Here’s a quick, unprofessional digital snap (hence, the distortion) of it.

Tomorrow I shall begin a series of very special thoughts by Jean (Moebius) Giraud on art, comics and their creation, as well as my annotations and observations on what he had to say. Don’t miss it!

2 Responses to “The Big G in Color”

  1. Rick Catizone says:

    Nice! Always a bit of a surprise ( a fun one) to see the color choices and additional depth they bring….

  2. Brant Elliott says:

    If only Legendary’s GODZILLA had been so elegant! And perhaps if they had made it a “period” piece, as your depiction honors the original GOJIRA, that would have been icing on the cake… and they should have hired you as production designer as well!

    I am always floored by the dimensionality (?) of your work; foreground, middle ground, background. And what a tableaux! The authenticity of the Submarine, Zero planes, Wako Department store and Mount Fuji shows your passion for creating a detailed tribute to Godzilla.

    All Godzilla fans must be in monster heaven to behold this dynamic illustration.

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