Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

There's some brilliant concept art for Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, showcasing some designs for the cyclops that are funnier than what ended up on screen. As well as some that are way more horrifying-looking.

This concept art comes via artist Alfonso de la Torre, who worked on the creatures and characters in the film, including the cyclops Polyphemus. Plus the Hippocampus, and Kronos the Titan. There's also a bit of concept art by Joshua Min, showcasing Kronos the Titan, and some of the environments like the interior of the Colchis Bull.

Check out some of the best stuff below, and more at the link. [Alfonso de la Torre and Joshua Min, via Comic Book Movie]

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso de la Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso de la Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso de la Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso de la Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso de la Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso de la Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso D. Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso de la Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso de la Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso de la Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Alfonso de la Torre.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastier

Image by Joshua Min.

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Concept art shows Percy Jackson's cyclops could have been way nastierS

Image by Joshua Min.