Card One- I have Space Amoeba on DVD, it has its moments, even if its not really Toho's best work. I give Toho points for trying something new and different with Gezora, but his costume was pretty bad by the standards of the day...I have to admit though, I AM tempted to see how he'd look using modern day Kaiju techniques. What do you think?
Card Two- I haven't seen the film Black Moth appeared in, so i can't really judge it accurately. He looks cool in your pic though...Any reason why he's called "black moth" when he's clearly a winged lion? lol
Card Three- My fave of the three monsters from Space Amoeba, you did a fine job on Kameobas
Card Four- This is the best card featured here, you did an AWESOME job on Gorosaurus, best looking monster from "King Kong Escapes" and one serious contender in "Destroy All Monsters," loved how he and Godzilla teamed up, dude needs a comeback
Happy to see that I have a bid on Gezora, I have to say that it's my favorite card and the winner will get a treat. When they see how the eyes really glow red. The florescent gel pen doesn't get picked up well by the scanner but in person - It's beautiful. Thanks for the comments and support
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Oooooo....... Black Moth. Not enough fan art of him. I do like the style. Gives each monster alot more character than most of them had. I mean Kamoebas was a stiff turtle and Gezora was a googley eye squid with his head falling off half the time in the film But your art really makes them look like badasses
Hey EB, thanks for sharing the name of the griffin, Black Moth. I have to admit that I have never seen it, only in my Godzilla books. But I plan on changing that soon enough. I really love a lot of these characters designs. So that's the impulse that drives me to draw them