Posts in category: Fan Artwork

Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Eeno

EenoBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask as part of our Enemy Artwork Project. This is a collaborative fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Eeno. These are snow-based creatures that are found in Snowhead Temple, as well as other cold regions of Termina. They attack Link by lifting large snowballs and chucking them towards Link. You can see a thumbail 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 – Hiploop

HiploopBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask as part of our Enemy Artwork Project. This is a collaborative fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Hiploop. These are the games variation of the common Zelda enemy, the Helmasaur. In fact, the Japanese name for Helmasaur is Hiploop, so they decided to keep the original name when Majora’s Mask was released. The enemies are first found in Woodfall, just outside of the Woodfall Temple. They are later encountered within the Stone Tower Temple where they then have large blue protective masks. You can see a thumbail 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 – Keese

KeeseBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask as part of our Enemy Artwork Project. This is a collaborative fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Keese. These enemies are perhaps the most common enemies in the entire Zelda series, having appeared in every single game, other than Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. Even then however, a very similar enemy known as an Ache appeared. In Majora’s Mask, Keese came in the form of Fire Keese and Ice Keese, perhaps two additional enemies that Brendan might illustrate in the future. You can see a thumbail 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 – Shell Blade

Shell-BladeBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask as part of our Enemy Artwork Project. This is a collaborative fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Shell Blade. These pesky enemies first appeared in the Water Temple of Ocarina of Time but re-appear in water based regions of Termina, including the Pirates’ Fortress and the Great Bay Temple. They will open their mouths for a short period of time, revealing their weakspot, before then charging at Link with their shell. You can see a thumbail 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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Fan Made Hylian Crest Wall Decoration

tngIArqI’ve always been a big fan of handmade and custom items, especially when it comes to gaming stuff, and even more so with Zelda themed items. The idea of a “one of one” piece I think is what has me paying as much as I do for these handmade masterpieces, and they come in many shapes and sizes. Just like this stunning wall decoration made by Reddit user Renanyuu. Hit the jump to see the progress pictures and final result!

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Guay

GuayBrendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask, which is part of our Enemy Artwork Project. This is a collaborative fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies in the game.

This time around he tackles an enemy Guay. These small birds can be found all throughout Termina, appearing in small numbers in the Snowhead Region during the Spring, as well as within Ikana Canyon. They are fairly harmless creatures and many of them will actually give Link some extra rupees. You can see a thumbail 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 – Nejiron

ZeldaMajorasMask_EnemyNeijironWe have partnered up with talented artist Brendan Milos to help create some high quality artwork pieces for our Enemy Artwork Project. This is a collaborative fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies in the game.

His latest piece of art is his take on the Nejiron. These warped Goron-like enemies can be found on the Road to Ikana, as well as within the Stone Tower Temple. They will roll towards Link, trying to squash him, while also exploding if they have been attacked. Certainly one of the more twisted enemies that appear in the game. You can see a thumbail 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 – Skullfish

SkullfishWe have partnered up with talented artist Brendan Milos to help create some high quality artwork pieces for our Enemy Artwork Project. This is a collaborative fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies in the game.

His latest piece of art is his take on the Skullfish. These skeleton fish-like enemies can be found floating around in the water within the Great Bay region of Termina. You can see a thumbail 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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Third Batch of Majora’s Mask Enemy Artwork

GyorgOur enemy artwork project continues with a third batch of art. The goal of this project is to establish quality artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game. In this latest batch we have a total of 23 pieces of artwork, some being simple hand drawn artwork, while there also some other very detailed pieces. Thanks to all the artists that have submitted artwork for the project and if you are interested in participating, it is not too late. More details, along with a gallery of artwork after the jump.

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Hyrule Warriors Mock Pictures of Wand of Gamelon and Faces of Evil DLC

L+ZOver the past few weeks there has been an abundance of information and articles about the upcoming Majora’s Mask 3D remake but let’s not forget that the Majora’s Mask DLC pack is soon to be released for Hyrule Warriors. A lot of seemed were quite surprised that Tingle has been made a playable character but how would you feel about a DLC pack for the CDI games Wand of Gamelon and Faces of Evil? An artist known as Rogby has made a few mock screenshots of how DLC based on these games could look.

Take the jump to see the pictures.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Captain Keeta

art-portfolio-fanartmajoraenemies01Talented artist Brendan Milos has a created a number of high quality artwork pieces for our Enemy Artwork Project, a collaborative fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies. His latest piece of art is his take on Captain Keeta, or Skull Keeta, the massively oversized Stalchild that resides in the Ikana Graveyard.

Brendan will be creating some additional artwork pieces for the various enemies, as well as tackling some of the bosses from the game. You can make the jump to check out some of his other enemy artwork that he has already created for the project. Furthermore, let us know in the comments below which enemies you’d like to see Brendan illustrate next.

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Second Batch of Majora’s Mask Enemy Artwork

Wallmaster-ArtOur Enemy Artwork Project is still ongoing and today we have the second batch of artwork. The goal with this project is to create high quality fan artwork of every one of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game. This time around we got a number of very high quality pieces from some really talented artists. Go ahead and make the jump to check out the art and also to find out how you can help contribute to this project.

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Majora’s Mask Artwork Contest Update

Green-ChuChuA few days back we announced an enemy artwork contest that we were hosting, in hopes to decorating some of our guides and game pages with unique fan artwork. The goal is to produce quality fan artwork for every one of the Majora’s Mask Enemies from the game. I’ve received the first batch of fan submissions and they have all been included in this post. We still have quite the work to do to finish the project, but you can go ahead and make the jump to check out the initial submissions.

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Clever “It’s Dangerous to Go Alone!” T-Shirt Design from Paint’d Fox Creations

photo (4) Of the massive amount of weapons, items, and companions found throughout the Legend of Zelda series, the very first one is a sword given to Link by an old man in a cave. The player has no idea the treasure trove of weapons awaiting him on his journey. But what if the old man had dumped every item onto Link, first thing? Well, the design team at Paint’d Fox Creations perfectly crafted that scenario on a comical and unique t-shirt design! It’s a must see creation and a worth-while buy for any Zelda fan.

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What if there was a NES Zelda Collector’s Edition

45597-the-legend-of-zelda-fullWith almost every new Zelda game, Nintendo appears to be releasing some sort of special edition game console or bundle alongside it. The company has come out with special bundles for Ocarina of Time 3D, A Link Between Worlds, The Wind Waker HD, and many of the prior games as well. Could you imagine if they had made a special edition bundle way back in 1987 for the original Legend of Zelda?

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