Rodan (PS4)

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Giant Monster of the Sky

In the year of 1956, a small mining village in the countryside of japan was being terrorized by a swarm of giant ancient insects, but they were unaware of the true monsters sleeping beneath their feet.

Hatched from an egg that laid dormant in the earth for eons, Rodan and it's mate emerged into the present day after radioactive tests mutated them and swiftly devoured the giant insects. The monstrous insects that had terrorized the town and had killed so many innocents were now nothing more than a snack to this new creature.

After some time and after the two flying terrors destroyed a city, the military successfully drowned them in molten lava after a barrage on their volcanic home. However, one Rodan would survive the encounter and go on to become one of Godzilla's most trusted allies in the later series.

The model itself is based on Rodan's original look from his debut film, the wings can be abit iffy but there are extra bones to help twist them correctly to avoid clipping.

Additional renders by my associate Gummy.Chao and Me

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The model is gmod compatible and comes in 4 sizes.

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