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Guiron Ink by KillustrationStudios Guiron Ink by KillustrationStudios
This is my version of Guiron, from the Gamera series:

Guiron was once the mighty protector of the planet Tera, a planet that remained obsure to Earth's scientist as it orbited the sun exactly opposite our planet. Unbeknownst to the human children entering the alien atmosphere, the dominant race of the planet, the Terans, had recently suffered from external sources. The raiding Space Gyaos had taken their toll on the planet, though the Teran forces fought back valiently with their own monster, Guiron. After years of turmoil, the strife of war began to take its toll on the inhabitants, monster and Teran alike. The psychological trauma of the decades long battles had warped their minds turning them into power-hungry sadists. Even the mighty Guiron suffered, his hatred towards foreign invasion overpowering his every thought. As the human boys landed, they're intrusion was not met with welcome. Gamera, protector of Earth's children arrived and soon battles ranging from planet Tera to planet Earth took place. Gamera eventually overpowered the knife-headed giant, sending his bloodthirsty soul from whence it came. Perhaps though, if the Teran people were ever threatened again, Guiron would rise from the ashes, ready to take up the charge once again, much as Gamera has done for Earth.

Guiron's Powers come from his brutish body. His intense physical strength allows him to wield his sword-like head with great proficiency, and allows his body to make tremendous leaps. The shuriken-like missiles that form on either side of Guiron's head are formed of the same, metal like substance that composes the creatures head. A buildup of pressure behind the projectiles allows the monster to fire them with accurate presicion. If all the missiles are lost, they are organic and over time, Guiron's body will produce a new set.

So that's it. I rather like Guiron's almost rediculous design as well as his role as "protector". I wanted him to seem a little more like a defender than a maruader, so I invented the whole sadism thing. I couldn't help but put the decapitated Gyaos head in there... because it's awesome.
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Isaacholt Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Dude, he look like Knifehead from Pacific Rim, just imaging, if you draw a little battle between Guiron and Knifehead. That would be so awesome, Battle of the Blade.
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kaijusaurus387 Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2013   General Artist
and people say no one can make Guiron look awesome.
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Bracey100 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Youve taken a VERY dopey looking monster and turned him into a pure badass!
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LBW1 Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2012
How long did it take to create the image and is the story your own creation?
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Retro-D64 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
SUPER SHURIKEN SHARK OF DOOM
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kaijuverse Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
looks great .
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potatogoji Featured By Owner May 24, 2009
lolz space gyaos. It's not gory enough to have a mature content filter though.
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KillustrationStudios Featured By Owner May 24, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Alright, I took it off. ARE YOU HAPPY!? Now little kids and thier Tipper Gore style mothers will view the image and I'll get all sorts of hatemail. Thanks. :D
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potatogoji Featured By Owner May 24, 2009
You'll get more views this way.
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KaijuX Featured By Owner May 19, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Man, do I love that epic win sequence with Guiron... Nice work by the way! :D
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