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Jared Krichevsky Shares Predator/Human Hybrid Concept Art

Jared Krichevsky, one of the artists who worked on The Predator, has been sharing some of the work he did on the film. We’ve seen his Predapede, his Predator-Spiders and now he’s shared a new piece of artwork of a Predator/Human hybrid!

Unfortunately Jared doesn’t go into much detail behind the design itself but in the April 17, 2016 draft of The Predator, the script very specific in pointing out that the Upgrade Predator had human eyes, something that is quite prominent in the above design.

Another of The Predator’s concept artists, Kyle Brown, also recently shared some concept artwork of another Predator hybrid. However, unlike Jared’s new artwork, Kyle’s hybrid was a failed mutation and seemingly not related to mankind.

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Comments: 31
  1. DarthWall275
    Somebody actually designed this. This is the product of an actual, grown-ass human being, with what I presume is a fully-functioning brain.

    This is why I have little faith in humanity.
  2. Mr.Turok
    Is this where the whole "Someone f**ked a Predator" joke comes from? I can see that is a leftover from this concept. God it looks like someone put googly eyes on it, looks super wacky lol
  3. The Kurgan
    Notice me Dutch-senpai  :D

    lol those cute eyes and expression and mouth is almost like an anime wtf

    Deviant
    Art in a nutshell.

    Some of that art may as well be called DegenerateArt.

    It is a lot of cringeworthy stuff up there on DA, but is there a need to use literal Nazi terms?
  4. Huntsman
    Er... No. No way. Jesus, what were they smoking when they came up with these ideas? I'm glad that the movie wasn't as bad as it could have been!
    Indeed, it could’ve been much worse. These ideas show we don’t need lore expanded or messed with. Such things are bound to be divisive and miss the mark. We instead need better story scenarios. Predators trying to escape high security compounds, for example. Straightforward, satisfying and different enough from what came before.
  5. TheSailingRabbit
    Notice me Dutch-senpai  :D

    lol those cute eyes and expression and mouth is almost like an anime wtf

    Deviant
    Art in a nutshell.

    Some of that art may as well be called DegenerateArt.

    True. There's some cool stuff, and then there's . . . other stuff.
  6. TheSailingRabbit
    "Lore most fans love" is a pretty subjective term. It boils down to not every fan is going to like what they see.

    There's a difference between introducing something new and butchering lore that won't go unnoticed. If someone decided to make a movie that completely cuts P2 from the timeline, a good number of people wouldn't be happy. If a movie cut out an obscure comic, then I don't think too many people would care. However, that is subjective. How do I know that a lot of people enjoy this comic or hated that movie? How do I know what fans really want when you see a variety of conflicting opinions daily?
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