Heavy/Scratch: 1998 Movie Godzilla

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  1. AndyHibbsCustom

    AndyHibbsCustom Well-Known Member

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    great work my good pal ! Like the flesh wound a lot
     
  2. Godzilock Prime

    Godzilock Prime Well-Known Member

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    This one looks much better than both of my old beat up ones. You seem to have put more effort into this than the writer of the script did in writing the actual movie. OOOOOOHHHHHHHHH burn. But that's beside the point: You did a FANTASTIC job!
     
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  3. nikinaga

    nikinaga Destroyer of Threads

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    @ Dean Devlin

    Apply cold water to the affected area. If you see bone (you really should) go to the hospital for further assistance.
     
  4. mandiprime97

    mandiprime97 Well-Known Member

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    That's pretty badass, nice work!
     
  5. ThinkTank Customs

    ThinkTank Customs TFW2005-Citizen

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    I dont Understand this, sorry :-(

    And who's dean?

    Thank you :) 
     
  6. strangeguy32000

    strangeguy32000 Well-Known Member

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    He's referring to the Writer of the 1998 Godzilla film, Dean Devlin... and making an unfunny extension to the "Burn" comment Godzilock Prime made.

    If I'm remembering right, this particular toy came packaged with a miniature Apache Gunship-type helicopter with an oversized white missile it could launch. For such a Stinker of a film, it sure had some cool toys. I remember Trendmasters made a whole set of figures based on the main cast (though in the same manner as some of Kenner's Movie toy lines, none of them looked like their On-screen counterparts) a bunch of the Baby 'Zillas (the one I had came with a two-piece egg it would spring from if a button on its base was pressed), and 3 3/4" scale vehicles the human action figures could be used with (I had the Humvee toy we bought on clearance from a Lazarus store that was closing down). I think ReSaurus (Now defunct Columbus-based toy company) made some puppets based on Zilla and the Babies, I know I had the Massive two-foot-high Latex puppet of Zilla him/herself before I donated that thing to Charity.
     
  7. rodster6

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    Nice to see someone else giving the 98 movie and Zilla some love. Never understood the hate for the film, it was a fun monster movie and better production values at least than the old Godzilla movies. The humans actually had some personality too unlike the characters in the new US Godzilla.
     
  8. Yaujta

    Yaujta Not a Bear TFW2005 Supporter

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    His big brother is Balrog?

    Honestly, I think this was the only good Godzilla toy to come from the '98 movie (aside from the huge JP one). It's also one of the best-articulated versions done.
    I like the added colors you gave it, but I'm not sure about the blood around the teeth. Seems unnecessary.
     
  9. ichnach

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    excellent paint work, but as others have said this is not and never will be, godzilla. Name the movie anything else and it's a good monster movie, name it godzilla and it is crap.
     
  10. spiritprime

    spiritprime Dudes, I'm a girl!

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    I remember this toy so well, I actually used to have one of those other than the KFC Godzilla heads. Very nicely done!
     
  11. phantro

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    I love both versions of Gojira.
    This custom rocks bro!
     
  12. Mako Crab

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    Seriously. It was a fun movie. It was a hell of a lot better than a lot of the Toho flicks. And G98 had a better cartoon than Toho Godzilla. ;) 

    Anyway, great job! It's amazing how a good paint job can bring out all the sculpted details.
     
  13. ThinkTank Customs

    ThinkTank Customs TFW2005-Citizen

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    thx guys :) 
     
  14. f-primusunicron

    f-primusunicron Unicron Herald BladeZero

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    still the design i like the most, though the 2014 godzilla movie chewed up and crapped 1998 godzilla's XD
     
  15. Aeronnz

    Aeronnz Back in action!

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    Exactly. Sure, Godzilla looked great, but the human characters were extremely boring... :/
     
  16. Soundpulse

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    Looks great. Zilla is honestly one of my favorite "Godzilla" designs. It doesn't work for Godzilla at all, but his design is a good franchise design.
    Good job!
     

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