Posts in category: Fan Artwork

Jurassic Cuccos T-Shirt

81980-210x210 Have you seen the new Jurassic World movie yet? Well, if not, I’m sure you’ve seen the #PrattKeeping meme that has been circulating the internet in which people mimic Chris Pratt’s defensive pose against three dinosaurs but with other animals. Kayden007 seems to have joined in on the fun, as our beloved Zelda series has a fearsome creature of it’s own. The surprisingly aggressive Cucco. And Kayden007’s T-shirt design features Link prattkeeping against three rather angry-looking Cuccos.

You can find this design over on Qwertee where designs need votes in order to be sold by the website. Currently, this design is at 357 votes, and Qwertee usually decides on the most voted for design for it’s t-shirt sale of the day. If you’re interested in adding this comical piece to your collection of Zelda duds, I suggest you head on over and place your vote!

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Custom Ganon Action Figure

Ganon-Boar-Twilight-Princess Marvel enthusiast Craig Warrack has quite an interesting passion. If you were to visit his YouTube channel, not only would you find several videos on reviewing brand action figures of either favorite heroes or favorite villains, but also videos showcasing the actions figures he’s created himself. Figures that, dare I say, might even be better than what you can buy at a toy store. Included in his collection of custom action figures- and quite recently finished- is none other than the King of Evil, Ganon!

Make the jump for the mechanics and to check out the process of Warrack’s stunning work!

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3D Printed Majora’s Mask

Mask3D printing has been around for a little while and there have been many stories of things that have been made using a 3D printer. We here at Zelda Dungeon have done several stories about 3D printed Zelda items such as the hookshot and Master Sword and now we have another amazing item. Imgur user esseff3d has made Majora’s Mask using a 3D printer and it looks very impressive.

Take a look at some of the pictures after the jump.



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ZD Gallery: Shadow Folk

tumblr_nplricwlXE1rd2eazo4_500 Welcome back to ZD Gallery where every other week we feature an artist and their works of art that pay homage to our beloved Zelda series. This week, we are pleased to introduce Streaac, an active Zelda fan who’s been creating pieces for the franchise for the past year or so, including prints and even a couple comics that are still in the works.

Go ahead and make the jump to see more of Streaac’s work and catch our interview with her!

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Zelda Oil Paintings

hWQt2Vk It takes some talent to paint something Zelda related and make it look as if it could actually be a screenshot from one of the games. That’s basically what reddit user benthunderbolt did with a few of his oil paintings that he shared with fellow Zelda fans over on Imgur. This one here is of the opening screen from Ocarina of Time. It’s so well done, and so identical to the real deal, I can almost see Link and Epona trotting over Hyrule field as if I were about to start playing!

Make the jump to see the other two that benthunderbolt shared!

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Reddit User Makes A Real Gleaming Rapier From Hyrule Warriors

gleaming_rapier_by_isaac77598-d84exh8Hyrule Warriors introduced several new weapons to the series that will likely never be used again in the main games, but that does not mean they are not still awesome. Zelda’s Gleaming Rapier has a very neat design, and reddit user Meitachi decided to try their hand at making a real version, and it looks pretty great.

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SFM Fan Animation: Racing for Rupees

Racing for Rupees Usually the Zelda series is all about it’s more epic or heart felt moments throughout each game. But there is a side that I feel we rarely get to see- not that it isn’t there, it’s just not there too often- from The Legend of Zelda, and that’s humor. However, YouTube user and animator Callegos-Y has given the Zelda community something to compensate.

Make the jump to check out their histerical SFM animation of Link’s desperation to collect enough rupees in his quest to purchase a shield.

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Stained Glass Triforce Pendant

AV9N1z4 Some Zelda merchandise includes a few very beautiful stained glass depictions featuring the artistic style from The Wind Waker. If you’re into those mesmerizing pieces than you have to check out these fan made, stained glass Triforce pendants!

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Check Out This Amazing Custom Zelda Wii U Link Amiibo!



Still sad about the apparent news that Nintendo will not be showing Zelda Wii U at E3? Allow me to attempt to partially quench your sorrows with this amazing Zelda Wii U custom from Amiibo extraordinaire PixelCollie! Make the jump to check out the awesome modification of Link from the Smash Bros. series.

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Zelda Equipment Drawn in a Unique Style

OOT_Inventory2Marie Bergeron on tumblr has drawn some classic Zelda equipment in a very interesting style, and though the prints of them she was offering are now sold out from her store, these Ocarina of Time items still look great, and maybe she will make more at some point.

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“It’s Dangerous To Go Alone” Comic

AloneThe phrase “it’s dangerous to go alone! Take this” is one of the most well know phrases from the Zelda universe and has been referenced numerous times, not just in other Zelda games. It was this scene that is the focus of a recent short comic by Safely Endangered with an ending that was actually quite touching.

See the comic after the jump.


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ZD Gallery: Unsung Heroes

iPFnT4B Hello Zelda fans, and welcome to the newest installment of ZD Gallery, where every other Sunday we showcase an artist and the work they’ve created in tribute to the Zelda franchise. For today, allow us to introduce Ronan Lynam, a freelance illustrator and designer who’s passion is creating promotional and retail pieces of art for several different franchises. Naturally, since this is Zelda Dungeon, we zeroed in on his Zelda inspired creations and fell in love with his unique style.

Make the jump to see our interview with Lynam and to check out several of his creations based on some of the more unconventional characters of the Zelda series!

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Zelda Inspired Quilt

YuHz6v9 It’s bedtime, and between the Boogeyman in your closet and the monsters under your bed, to say the least, it’s dangerous to go alone. So take this! Well, check it out at least, as one of your fellow fans has created a beautiful Zelda inspired- and A Link to the Past themed- quilt. Make the jump for a close up!

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Fan Made light up Twilight Princess Bow

njNt5P4YouTube member and replica maker Scott Fisher recently uploaded a video showing off his electronic replica of Zelda’s bow of light from Twilight Princess and Smash Brothers. The main body of the bow is made from 3D printed plastic painted gold. With a switch on the handle the color of the light can be switched to yellow, red, purple, green, and blue. He then gives us a look at the inside to see the electronics that make it light up.

Jump inside to check it out for yourself.

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Gerudo Pirate

Gerudo-PirateBrendan 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 a Gerudo Pirate. The Gerudo race runs the Pirates’ Fortress, located in the Great Bay region of the game. It is here that Link finds the Hookshot, which allows him to acquire a few of the necessary Zora Eggs. Link only battles with a select few Gerudo, as most the time Link is just trying to keep his distance. 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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