Drawing Prompt: Kaiju Defence Force: Engineer Corps

4:09 PM, Saturday December 31st 2022

Kaiju defense force 31/12 def - Google Drive

Google Docs: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-nmI8HhbHiHarPOxw_auqpRwkf6-2nIw/view?usp=drivesdk

This submission was done for the Kaiju Defence Force: Engineer Corps drawing prompt. Check out more submissions here!

While most of the world is full of amazing engineering marvels, on the third world people still has to work to produce food and minerals for the big defense forces, with the usual hard schedule of work and low payment, they put their lifes at risk for their families, laking of tech they opted for other kinds of protection like the disguise and ammulets...

Because if you're a Kaiju. no Kaiju could harm you, right?

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2:37 PM, Monday January 9th 2023

liked how u used more thicker lines for the kaiju really helped to sell its huge size compared with the car :)

3:09 AM, Saturday January 14th 2023

Thanks, that was the plan, I feel I could give more 3D to the Kaiju with texture but that was the last thing I did so I did it fast because I had to do other stuff

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