How do you like the design of ZILLA?1,411 Views13 RepliesAdd A Reply
I know I talked about his design in my previous topics, and I said I liked it and I wish they made a new figure of him, but I would like to hear your thoughts about the design,
do you like the design?
for a top 10 favorite kaiju shape, it will deffinitely hit my list.
Zilla is Godzilla '98, correct? Well, I liked the design, but maybe it's just because I'm not familiar with Godzilla at all.
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I really dont like Zillas design. Why? Because for me, he felt way too much like a theropod(I know he is a mutant lizard, but just look at him). I have nothing against dinosaurs in general, but i really hate theropod styled kaiju.
And before stating the obvious, im not counting Godzilla in that group. He may be a dinosaur or kinda-sorta dinosaur(Depending on version), but he looks nothing like a theropod.
And yes, i know he was designed after how we originaly imagined dinosaurs, but the fact of the matter is; Thank god. Thats why Godzilla is unique. He looks unlike anything else today.
Zilla is nothing but a modified theropod, and this is where it comes down too taste. I just dont like theropod styled kaiju. End of story.
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its wierd that beeing a mutated lizard it walks and acts like a therapod i hate the design because of that same reazon he lools a lot like a t rex
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Yeah, I always thought he looked like a disproportionate T-Rex that's hunched over. I don't like how he looks in the movie, but for some reason the cartoon looks better to me (maybe because it's not horribly done CGI). I agree with Zillahater, Godzilla has a design that's unique, just like him, and it works. Zilla's design doesn't work with how he's portrayed.
KAIJUJIRA - I felt that 'Zilla's design was quite interesting as a stand-alone concept. However, as an iteration of Godzilla, I was not overly fond of it. 'Zilla would have been an excellent creature to present as a revamp of another Kaiju - perhaps Gorosaurus! Naturally, the dorsal spines would need to be removed, but I feel that the design would have been spot-on! :)
It's okay I suppose. It's obviously inspired by the T-Rex from Jurassic Park. I never understood why it folded its arms up against its chest like a Tyrannosaurus. It made sense for a T-Rex to hide his usless little arms, but GINO had long, lanky arms with three fingers and a thumb. They were clearly usful appendages, but the monster acted like they were tweezers. I never understood that decision beyond the emulation of Jurassic Park.
You know for a mutated iguana, I never expected him to be so swift and agile. I like the design. It seems like a natural look for a mutated animal such as Zilla.
As many people have said I'm sure, she would of been an incredibly cool monster if she wasn't called godzilla. If she was called something else entirely and re-introduced she would definitely be way cooler! As far as her design, I love it! If the cgi was better and maybe a few tweaks regarding a few details then it would be really good. That is my opinion.
i dont hate zilla design and characther i classify him as a godzilla enemy not a godzilla maybe he is a related species to godzilla but that is it
I didn't like it at all tbh.
Just make Zilla's legs and arms a bit shorter and not too long then it wouldve been better, his designs okay
I'd say he looks pretty good. Nothing spectacular, but good. :)
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I like the design, but I don't classify him as the Godzilla. Heck, I don't even count gis film as Godzilla.
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