I'm extreemly fond of all of these. I love the flipper like appendages on the bottom sketch, but the top sketch I think has the most successful integration of the heads into the body. Overall these are just fantastic, each in their own way ^.^
This is probably the best Leviathan depiction I've seen yet, to my preference at least. Plenty of artists just go with a giant fish or sea-dragon, but I really like how you pushed its more monstrous, mythological nature. This is truly a monster I can say is of such a epic scale that it lives up to its biblical, mysterious reputation.
Dat last emits such an eldritch abomination type feel that i cudnt blink for a half hour properly after staring at it so lng all i can say is.........wow. I adore ur concepts tho. Way creative nd unique nt wat most xpect a Leviathan to look like nd i commend u for ur ability to break from the norms.
I agree, the third one (towards the bottom) looks more animalistic. I also like the black and white sketch at the bottom. Nicely colored and richley detailed. Reminds me of the Leviathan series by Scott Westerfeld.
The first one also fits the description of the monster based on the mythology about it. It's not supposed to resemble a potentially naturally occurring creature, or even look elegant, because the whole concept of the Leviathan is that it's a physical representation and embodiment of everything chaotic, vile, and opposed to nature, in stark contrast to stability and harmony with the natural order of the world. That's what makes it such a monster, both in the myths and in this picture.
kapag nakakita ako ng mad scientist ipapakita ko agad tong drawing mo tsaka yung buong galery mo para may inspiration siya kapag gumawa ng evil abomination na sisira sa buong sanlibutan! haha ang galing nito eh, nakakamangha na nakakatakot kasi hindi sila imposibleng magkabuhay