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All of my work made by me! :D (with the exception of the edited pictures (that are not of dA) in the scraps) And I don't like mean, nasty comments, just to let you know. ;)

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Might as well post this before I forget, lol. Honestly, it's been a long time since I've last posted on here. :XD:

Well, I guess what's up with me, then? Not tooooo much... Except that I've been promoted to KWC Editor!

For those not in the know, the Kaiju War Chronicles (KWC) is a sub-section of the website Toho Kingdom that pretty much takes a Death Battle styled match-up between our favorite kaiju that we know and love.…

Due to last year severely lacking any KWCs (as there was only one), there was a new system set up and, due to certain circumstances, the title and roles of the previous KWC Heads have been given to the new KWC Kommander. Due to this, long story short, I have been given the title of the Editor (pretty much 2nd-in-Command). While I've done my share of editing some matches already, one that I've written and submitted has yet to be determined. ;)

For those who wish to partake in writing a KWC match, I highly, HIGHLY suggest reading and remembering the rules and guidelines laid out by the FAQ.…

In other news, I commissioned :iconcerberussel: of an original monster for Colossal Kaiju Combat! Hopefully, I will get to writing statistics and all that jazz really soon. :)

Akuroghan for Kaiju X
Akuroghan Variations A by CerberusSEL
Akuroghan Variations B by CerberusSEL

Other than that, not much to say. I will update as soon as my KWC Match and when I've submitted Akurogahn for CKC. ;) So for anyone who is in a relationship or engaged or married, may you all have a blessed Valentine's Day; spread the love and keep on loving. :) For any singles, don't feel discouraged. Valentine's Day is about love; love of neighbor, love of family and the like. Kinda like Christmas except in February, haha. :XD:

Take care, God bless and have a Happy Valentine's Day!

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  • Listening to: AT4W, NC & AVGN
  • Reading: Comics, novels and text!
  • Watching: CPU Screen & Anime/Cartoons
  • Playing: With new tools
  • Eating: Schnacks
  • Drinking: Riquid

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KING KONG is epic! So he stares into your SOUL!

Current Residence: Somewhere on dry land. :3
Favourite genre of music: Video game music and Daikaiju music
Favourite style of art: Arts of all kinds
Operating System: Zeh computer!!
MP3 player of choice: iPod Nano. :)
Shell of choice: Gamera's, cause it's hard-core tough and can win Oylmpic Gold Medals! ^_^
Wallpaper of choice: Something that involves something I take interest in
Skin of choice: Godzilla's, cause it's nearly impenetrable and regenerative
Favourite anime/cartoon character: Arturia Pendragon, Gilgamesh, Iskander, "Berserker", Professor Stein, Optimus Prime, Zilla, Spongebob, Sonic, & much more
Personal Quote: "Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless."
"A final chapter reminds Gorgo, Godzilla is a small captured by soldiers of the U.S. Navy who want to take them home, but Godzilla is adult and torn to pieces."

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Gun345 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student
Hey if Godzilla DID had appeared in Godzilla: The Series do you think the design they would use for him would be his Heisei one ? Because I'm sure the Heisei one is one of his most common and iconic designs and the other thing is that during the 90s his Heisei design was the most popular
KaijuX Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
If they had to rip one straight out of the canonical film series, it probably would've been the Heisei. Like you said, he's undeniably one of the most well-known of the Godzilla suits when people think "Godzilla." But in terms of professionalism, they'd probably run with a customized design that is more faithful to the original if that were the case (though given the mentality, fat chance that would've crossed their minds); maybe something akin to one of the two versions of the 1994 American Godzilla.
Gun345 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student
Okay also if he did appeared do you think he would serve as an enemy or an ally or mixed (Like at first he's a bad guy but later on if another Kaiju shows up he helps Zilla Jr.) ?
KaijuX Featured By Owner 23 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Probably be on the more heroic edge. Maybe not 1970's hero, but still someone to cheer for.

The problem is that this isn't going to happen; unless it's for your project, I don't see the point of dwelling on the notion because it's never going to happen.
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Rockor9 Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
hi friend
KaijuX Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Heyo. How is it going?
Rockor9 Featured By Owner 2 hours ago  Student Traditional Artist
just great
Gun345 Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Student
Hey guess what ;p
I got my hands on the artbook of the 2005 King Kong movie which is called "The World of Kong: A Natural History of Skull Island" and it has a lot of concept art for creatures that would and did appeared in the film and a lot of scrapped ones too and as well history on the island and the creatures themselves.I guess that's the main thing what King Kong: Skull Island will be pretty much about and I hope they get most creatures from the book that were scrapped from the previous movie :lol: Anyway wanna hear about it ? It sounds quite interesting if you ask me ;p
KaijuX Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Ooooh, that's awesome! Glad to see you got your hands on it. ;)

While I have high doubts that Kong: Skull Island will recycle the scrapped designs (unless it's related to the Jackson film, then the chances are a touch higher), I wouldn't mind hearing a thing or two. ;)
Gun345 Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Student
Okay ;)
The  first thing that says about the island it's: "In 1933 Carl Denham shocked the world when he unveiled King Kong to a stunned crowd at the Alhambra Theatre.The 25 foot tall ape delivered the scientific community a one-two punch that sent it reeling with the impact of this incredible discovery and subsequent tragic loss.But Kong was just the begining.An entire island,bursting with prechistoric wonders,existed.If Kong had shocked the world,Skull Island's emerge from the shroud of legend into reality shook it to its core.Not since Columbus's discovery of the New World had mankind been offered such an opportunity to explore a land trapped in time.Kong's chest-beating roar at the summit of the Empire State building heralded the greatest discovery of the century-arguably,the millenium.In the wake of the island's unveiling ,universities and private organizations across the planet fumbled to dispatch teams to investigate and catalogue its wonders.
The race of the century was on.Rival expeditions fought for exlusivity and justification,each asserting its own legal standing to be the first on the island.Only a handful of the two dozen expeditions successfully made landfall,and-of those-half were woefully unprepared for the terrors that awaited them.Skull Island ate expeditions with all the appetite of the full grown V-Rexes that ruled the landmass in Kong's absence.After a year of disastrous excursions and tragic loss of life,a properly prepared,jointly managed and financed effort was finally organized by the three biggest concerns.Lead by Carl Denham,this three-month expedition set out to systematically explore and document the island.
"Project Legacy"-as it was called-suffered its own share of mishaps and attrition,but it was a far cry from the earlier ill-founded attempts.The most important realization of this 1935 trip was the outstanding that Skull Island was too new,too strange and above all,too dangerous to explore and study in a so short period of time.With countless discoveries of new species and new behaviors every day,it became painfully clear that the decades of study "might" scrape the surface of what the island had been hidden from the world for so long.
"Project Legacy" was expanded to a long-term study,with annual expeditions: the long-term goal was of establishing a permanent base of operations of the island.It was during the second uncursion, in 1936,that the truth of Skull Island's geological fragility became clear.A huge earthquake sank one part of the island,killing five team members.After careful exploration realized that Skull Island was a doomed oddity,a scab on the earth's crust that was about to scratched off.Kong's brief appearance and destruction in Manhattan in 1933 paralleled the discovery and loss of the island.Barely 15 years after its discovery,Skull Island and all its wondrous secrets were lost to the waves,the island torn to pieces by the same irresistible geologic force that had preserved it for so many cons.In the intervening years between revelation and oblivion,Skull Island hosted just seven short "Project Legacy" expeditions.
When Skull Island finally succumbed to inevitability and sank,taking with it its mysterious people,monsters and undiscovered history to the sea,the legend-become-reality became legend again.The secrets that were learned,in that short space of time,were all that would ever be revealed.This is a collection of those secrets-a bestiary of a lost world.Bought with blood,catalogued with observation,and preserved in word and sketch,the memory of Skull Island is bound within those pages as a gallery of the terrible and wondrous,an account of nature gone mad and illustrated menagerie of evolutionary marvels.The incomplete findings of those few short years of study are collected here and accompanied by dramatic illustrations of what was the last great discovery of our time: the Kingdom of Kong"
Sounds quite interesting,inspiring and addictive if you ask me :o
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