Gamora, played by Zoe Saldana in the two Guardians of the Galaxy movies as well as Avengers: Infinite War and his next sequel Avengers: End of the Game, is the lethal alien killer who betrays his evil foster father, Thanos, to line up with the heroes of the galaxy. Fans know her for her green skin and fencing, but it turns out that the initial art for the character took her design in a very different direction.
Andy Park, visual development director at Marvel Studios, has posted one of his Guardians of the Galaxy pieces of conceptual art for Instagram, saying, "Here is another alternative concept project I made of Gamora in the early Guardians of the Galaxy."
The first guardians of the galaxy Drax Concept Art reveals a cyborg design
The most striking difference between this version and the one that was finally chosen is the facial markings: in the comics, the Daughter of Thanos has golden spots in the harlequin style on the eyes, which are portrayed here as painted violet. In movies, they appear only as a slight variation in skin tone. His clothing is also markedly different from the final version, and his cybernetic enhancements appear to be represented in a sinuous network of subcutaneous yarns.
Park previously shared a different color variation of the piece, showing that even green was not a given for Gamora's design.
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