Posts in category: Fan Artwork

Make Your Own Zelda Charms

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Zelda themed jewelry? Yes please. Retail prices? No. That is where DIY comes into play. YouTuber Ackatf has created a short tutorial on how to make the Ocarina of Time, Master Sword, and Triforce charms out of polymer clay. These charms have a lot of….well, charm! They are super easy to make and extremely cost effective. Hit the jump to watch the tutorial. Read more…

Aonuma Announces Majora’s Mask Art Academy Contest Winners on Miiverse

UntitledThe Legend of Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma has recently revealed the winners of the Majora’s Mask Art Academy contest on Miiverse. The contest was announced as part of a joint celebration for the launch of Majora’s Mask 3D and the return of the Symphony of the Goddesses Master Quest Tour, and encouraged artists of all skill levels to design an entry based on the world of Termina and its inhabitants. The caliber of the entries and the creativity is quite remarkable. Hit the jump to see more.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Igos du Ikana

ZeldaMajorasMask_MiniBossIgosDuIkanaBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game.

This time around he tackles the mini-boss Igos du Ikana. As the King of the Ikana Kingdom, Igos du Ikana serves as the boss of the Ancient Castle of Ikana. He’s a massive stalfos and upon defeat, will teach Link the Elegy of Emptiness, which gives Link access to the Stone Tower Temple. You can see a thumbnail version of the image to the left, but go ahead and make the jump to see the full sized image, along with where you can find some of Brendan’s other pieces of enemy artwork. Additionally, after the jump you’ll find a Let’s Paint time lapse video of Brendan creating this piece of artwork.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Wolfos

WolfosBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Wolfos. Originally appearing in Ocarina of Time, Wolfos can be found during the nighttime along the Road to Southern Swamp. They can also be found during the Spring time in the Twin Islands region of Snowhead, replacing their White Wolfos counterparts. You can see a thumbnail version of the image to the left, but go ahead and make the jump to see the full sized image, along with where you can find some of Brendan’s other pieces of enemy artwork. Additionally, after the jump you’ll find a Let’s Paint time lapse video of Brendan creating this piece of artwork.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Gibdo

GibdoBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Gibdo. These enemies play a vital role in the Ikana Canyon. They surround the Music Box and after Link saves Pamela’s Father, Link is awarded with the the Gibdo Mask, which allows Link to speak to the Gibdo’s within the Well. You can see a thumbnail version of the image to the left, but go ahead and make the jump to see the full sized image, along with where you can find some of Brendan’s other pieces of enemy artwork. Additionally, after the jump you’ll find a Let’s Paint time lapse video of Brendan creating this piece of artwork.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Dinolfos

DinolfosBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Dinolfos. A Dinofols first appears as a mini-boss during the Woodfall Temple, but they make several appearances throughout the remainder of the game. They are very similar to their Ocarina of Time counterparts, but in Majora’s Mask they gain the added ability to breath fire. You can see a thumbnail version of the image to the left, but go ahead and make the jump to see the full sized image, along with where you can find some of Brendan’s other pieces of enemy artwork.

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3D-Printed Majora’s Mask Transformation Masks Kickstarter

DKLfH8n Imgur user James Sharp (JasperHams) has conceptualized a series of 3D printed masks from Majora’s Mask. Sharp has created designs for all of the transformation masks, as well as Majora’s mask itself. His re-imagined masks are far more realistic than the masks in-game; Sharp hopes the Deku mask will have an aged tree bark texture, his Zora mask is more aquatically accurate, and his Fierce Deity mask draws inspiration from Japanese Kabuki.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Leever

LeeverBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Leever. These sand dwelling creatures are classic Zelda enemies that appeared in every single Zelda title prior to Majora’s Mask, as well as a few appearances since. They can be found near the Great Bay region of the game where they will pop out from under the sand. For the most part, they are fairly harmless and simply serve as a minor obstacle. You can see a thumbnail version of the image to the left, but go ahead and make the jump to see the full sized image, along with where you can find some of Brendan’s other pieces of enemy artwork.

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Fanmade Zelda Stop Motion Vine Series

admin-ajax So there has been a rather cryptic announcement of the possibility of a Zelda television series, yet all know that it’ll be a while before we hear anything more solid about the project. For now, though, here’s something to pacify everyone’s yearning. Vine user Johnny McHone has been releasing a creative and entertaining stop-motion series based on the Legend of Zelda since January this year.

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The Zelda Project: “The Final Battle” Teaser Trailer Released

title232An amazing new fan-made live action Zelda teaser trailer produced by The Zelda Project in collaboration with Player Piano was recently published on YouTube. The trailer portrays Ocarina of Time era Link riding on Epona in an open field on his way to confront Ganondorf in the stormy castle on the horizon. The teaser is only a little over a minute long, but it is a glimpse of things to come before the full trailer arrives. Jump inside to check it out for yourself!

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Wart

WartBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game.

This time around he tackles Wart, the mini-boss of the Great Bay Temple. The concept of Wart is very similar to the boss battle with Arrghus from A Link to the Past. He is surrounded by large bubbles and slowly but surely, Link must remove these bubbles to reveal Wart’s weak point. You can see a thumbnail version of the image to the left, but go ahead and make the jump to see the full sized image, along with where you can find some of Brendan’s other pieces of enemy artwork.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Mini Baba

Mini-BabaBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Mini Baba. Found most prominently in Southern Swamp, these fairly harmless enemies are some of the easiest foes Link will encounter on his quest. Unlike the larger Deku Baba, these enemies have don’t have much of a stem at all, greatly reducing their reach. They are easily defeated with your sword and are a good source to quickly acquire some Deku Nuts. You can see a thumbnail version of the image to the left, but go ahead and make the jump to see the full sized image, along with where you can find some of Brendan’s other pieces of enemy artwork.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Black Boe

Black-BoeBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Black Boe. These pesky creatures first appeared in the Woodfall Temple, often times found in dark corridors where they become very hard to see. T Hey usually travel in packs, but fortunately, they don’t give Link too much trouble. You can see a thumbnail version of the image to the left, but go ahead and make the jump to see the full sized image, along with where you can find some of Brendan’s other pieces of enemy artwork.

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Making Majora’s Mask Using Chainsaws

Screenshot_12Here’s another custom fan art post based on Majora’s Mask, this time made in a seemingly more dangerous manner than the last. Make the jump to check out a video of wooden artisan and YouTuber Griffon Ramsay using a chainsaw to create the eponymous and ever-mischievous Majora’s Mask. Don’t try this at home!

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Gomess

GomessBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Gomess. This scythe wielding enemy serves as one of the mini-bosses found within the Stone Tower Temple and he protects the treasure chest that contains the big key. Surrounded by bats, Link must shoot him with Light Arrows to cause his weak spot to be revealed. You can see a thumbnail version of the image to the left, but go ahead and make the jump to see the full sized image, along with where you can find some of Brendan’s other pieces of enemy artwork.

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