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Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla

Posted: Fri Dec 21, 2018 10:10 am
by PitchBlackProgress
THis thread already exists

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Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Fri Dec 21, 2018 4:32 pm
by Living Corpse
I honestly would not be surprised if they change his design a third time for Godzilla vs Kong just to sell more toys.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Fri Dec 21, 2018 7:56 pm
by MechaGoji Bro7503
Living Corpse wrote:I honestly would not be surprised if they change his design a third time for Godzilla vs Kong just to sell more toys.

Judging from what we've seen in Showa, Heisei, G2000-GvM, and to the Kiryu Saga, they probably will to some degree.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2019 9:27 pm
by LockBite
The new TotalFilm article has a quote saying Godzilla's head is a little smaller than it was last time, and I don’t really see it. This got me thinking, is there any official comparison that shows the two Godzillas side by side?

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2019 9:57 pm
by Dv-218
LockBite wrote:The new TotalFilm article has a quote saying Godzilla's head is a little smaller than it was last time, and I don’t really see it. This got me thinking, is there any official comparison that shows the two Godzillas side by side?


Is it a direct quote from Dougherty, or just an assumption by TF? Because tbh I don't see it either. Aside from the new spines, claws and slightly stubbier tail, it looks about the same proportions wise to 2014.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2019 11:53 pm
by Anonziller
Living Corpse wrote:I honestly would not be surprised if they change his design a third time for Godzilla vs Kong just to sell more toys.

The only changes I'd like to see is with the tail, I get what Dougherty is going for with the rounded classic look and it looks great but if they brought back the point his design would be perfect.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2019 11:59 pm
by _JNavs_
You guys think they'll slim him down so he can tussle a bit faster with the big ape in 2020? Maybe to make him a bit more athletic looking?

I personally prefer the walking tank Heisei style bear stance he has going right now.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Thu Mar 07, 2019 7:41 am
by AtomicMorningBreath
LockBite wrote:The new TotalFilm article has a quote saying Godzilla's head is a little smaller than it was last time, and I don’t really see it. This got me thinking, is there any official comparison that shows the two Godzillas side by side?


If Dougherty himself said it, that would confirm my suspicions. After watching the trailers I've always felt that Godzilla'a head looked a little smaller. The slight change in size makes him look a bit off in wider shots. If that makes sense. Overall, I still love the design.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Thu Mar 07, 2019 10:32 am
by gottatalktothefake
The only changes I have noticed are the slight feet changes, the more rounded tail and the bigger spines.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Thu Mar 07, 2019 10:43 am
by Living Corpse
Kind of disappointed the gills still don't glow when he's getting his Atomic Fire ready. A nitpick, overall I'm happy with the design, the eyes glowing is pretty cool.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 7:26 pm
by LegendZilla
What further modifications could they give his design next time around? I am guessing colored patches on his brow-ridges, the tips of his spines be white, and a couple of scars he receives over the course of this movie.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:15 pm
by Godzilla2000Zero
AtomicMorningBreath wrote:
LockBite wrote:The new TotalFilm article has a quote saying Godzilla's head is a little smaller than it was last time, and I don’t really see it. This got me thinking, is there any official comparison that shows the two Godzillas side by side?


If Dougherty himself said it, that would confirm my suspicions. After watching the trailers I've always felt that Godzilla'a head looked a little smaller. The slight change in size makes him look a bit off in wider shots. If that makes sense. Overall, I still love the design.

His neck is much wider I noticed that's probably y

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 1:53 pm
by cloverfan98
The only change that bugs me is the shorter tail. I loved the length and sharp whip like tip of the 2014 tail. It felt more aggressive.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 2:41 pm
by gottatalktothefake
cloverfan98 wrote:The only change that bugs me is the shorter tail. I loved the length and sharp whip like tip of the 2014 tail. It felt more aggressive.

This

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 2:58 pm
by Kaiju-King42
gottatalktothefake wrote:
cloverfan98 wrote:The only change that bugs me is the shorter tail. I loved the length and sharp whip like tip of the 2014 tail. It felt more aggressive.

This


Double this. I know the rounded tail is a classic, but I've always liked the pointy-tailed design of the original suit and the Millennium suits.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Wed Mar 13, 2019 5:29 pm
by Steel Hellkite
Did they spread his shoulders out a little bit, or is that just me? That was about my biggest complaint with the 2014, was that if you were looking at him straight on his shoulders seemed to be way too narrow to me. I don't seem to notice that so far, though the trailers don't really show that particular angle. Aside from that, I think everything else they've done is an improvement, especially the spines. My favorite suit is 89, but this thing honestly looks like it's going to give that a run for its money. Guess I'll have to wait to see the movie to really judge that though., but they did very well with this.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Wed Mar 13, 2019 7:32 pm
by Dr. Professor
Steel Hellkite wrote:Did they spread his shoulders out a little bit, or is that just me?

Yes, I recall Dougherty saying that they broadened the shoulders a bit here.

Re: Titan Design Thread: Godzilla (2019)

Posted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 3:06 am
by LockBite
I really hope the art book has a direct visual comparison to show the changes. It would be cool if there turned out to be really subtle things like skin texture that none of us noticed.