Artist Imagines A World With Giant Animals And The Art Is Pretty [email protected] Cool

These were some awesome animals to begin with... see what happens when you play around with the scale.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on October 17, 2017

These were some awesome animals to begin with… see what happens when you play around with the scale.

Perspective and context change EVERYTHING.

Think Godzilla or King Kong.

Without changing up that scale… those movies are nothing.

Case in point: you could have an eagle

… or a GIANT eagle.

Wolves are already pretty cool. How about when you’re only snack-sized to one?

Let’s hope this bear is a gentle giant.

Kitty in the city…

The little kid makes this one even wilder!

Suddenly, the sharks are the least of your worries.

You almost don’t see the person in this one.

Now THAT is a shark.

To the right viewer, this one could inspire a novel. The picture itself takes you halfway there.

Shortest straw changes the litter box.

What’s lurking under the surface of the tsunami?

And this one is so badass it looks like he’s bringing the weather with him.

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You’ll love My Grandpa’s A Patriotic Badass just as much as Grandpa will.

 

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