The Rejected Creature Concept and the Tiny Alien Covenant Monster
Don't you think that these two guys are very similar?
The first image shows the fresh hero of the Alien movie news, a rejected creature concept by Dane Hallett. Some fans believe that this work was created for the Alien Covenant sequel...
But what about the second image?
It was produced for the marketing of Alien: Covenant by Dane Hallett!
'Its an Instagram carousel that is supposed to represent a satellite zooming past the serene nature of the planet and into the horrors that reside in the unseen micro universe.'
Of course, their similarity does not mean anything. :)
ATI - Oh! This is quite excellent! I shall now never walk amongst wheat again! ;)
Something Real - :D
Don't worry. They lived on Planet 4, but David's actions helped them become extinct. :)
ATI - Hahaha! While I am typically opposed to the extinction of a species, I believe I can make an exception for that little beast! :)
Something Real - It is possible that he was a good guy. :) He liked consuming fields of wheat, but that's all. :)
ATI - While that is a possibility I am willing to entertain, I am inclined to be dubious! ;)
Wow- those images are amazing! The little bugger reminds me a bit of the worm from Dune and I think I see an inner jaw too.
The little guy with eyes I can see as an Easter Egg to pay homage to the 'visitor' on the Nostromo med lab TV monitor that Ashe is looking at through the microscope when Ripley comes in to interrogate him. Wheat critter may be more realistic than ai sentient flying spore motes jellyfish but idk. Bugs can or do often spook the snot out of me when they surprise you/web so that's pretty evil cricket to crawl inside your orifice or bite ya.
Super creepy looking. I wonder if itdoes just eat wheat, or waits for something else to come by that eats wheat. This one almost looks like it could have been a concept for the alien in the movie Life. It had a transparent leafy look to it.
Kinda reminds me of the "Byrus" from dreamcatcher
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