Giant Mutant Killer Fish, Ryan Boyle (2D)

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  09 September 2008
Giant Mutant Killer Fish, Ryan Boyle (2D)



Title: Giant Mutant Killer Fish
Name: Ryan Boyle
Country: USA
Software: Photoshop

This is an image I created in Photoshop that involves creatures that have been mutated into giant monsters who wreck havoc upon anyone who dares enter into their environment.
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  09 September 2008
Haha...love the stylization of the...fish

Reminds me a little of the powerpuff girls
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  09 September 2008
Cool style. Nice work.
 
  10 October 2008
Great work, and unique style. Everyone loves something a little out of the ordinary every once in a while.
 
  10 October 2008
Hey thanks for all the feedback!

I actually had a lot of fun creating this piece! Thinking I may take this one into AE or something and add some motion or animation to it. It'd be cool seeing the creature eat that submarine!
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  12 December 2008
very sweet, cute image


regards
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