Posts in category: Fan Artwork

Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Octorok

OctorokBrendan 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 Octorok, a creature that has appeared in almost every single Legend of Zelda to date. While the Octorok was a land enemy in the first four titles, it transitioned to being a water-based enemy in both Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask. It’s not all-to-common in Majora’s Mask, but it does appear in several of the different regions, including within the Great Bay Temple and at Ikana Canyon. They are often frozen with an Ice Arrow, creating a platform to jump onto. 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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New Graphic Novel Puts a Twist on The Legend of Zelda

sq Tevis Thompson and artist David Hellman came together to create the graphic-novel “Second Quest” that is heavily based on The Legend of Zelda series, only its protagonist is a curious young girl who refuses to accept her world the way it is. “Second Quest” is a meditation on the culture of videogames, the importance of courage, and the beauty of adventure. The story went on sale on April 22nd, it can be bought as an e-book or hard copy. Twenty pages are available for free online and a poster is available for purchase as well. To read more about pricing and see excerpts from the novel, hit the jump!

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Big Poe

Big-PoeBrendan 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 Big Poe, one of the most requested enemies for him to draw. Big Poe’s are not too common in Majora’s Mask, appearing exclusive Beneath the Well, and within the Ikana Graveyard. When defeated, Link is able to capture their souls into an empty bottle and then sell them at the Curiosity Shop for 200 rupees.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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Awesome Custom Zelda-Themed Keyblade

KingdomHeartsKeybladeKingdom Hearts/Zelda crossover fanart is not at all uncommon. There are loads of drawings and paintings of custom keyblades and Kingdom Hearts-style outfits for Zelda’s characters, but crafts and large-scale builds are often some of the coolest projects. This keyblade in particular, made by Sephiroths-Shadow on deviantART, is called the Guardian of Hyrule Keyblade, and it has a beautiful design. Sephiroths-Shadow has even posted a few pictures mid-way through the whole project to show off the build process.

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Sailor Majora’s Moon Mask

3556565Animator and YouTube member ArtistGamerGal recently posted their latest video. A parody of the transformation sequence from Sailor Moon only with Link as the Sailor Guardian titled Sailor Majora’s Moon Mask. In the video we see Link in his fight with Majora put on the Fierce Deity mask which activates the transformation.

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Majora’s Mask N64 Mod

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Who doesn’t love a good modification? It’s a great way to show off your inner fan by customizing basic memorabilia any way you want, using whatever your heart desires. One Majora’s Mask fan has taken his love and turned it into something epic. Hit the jump to take a look at this ‘sick’ N64 Majora’s Mask Mod. Read more…

ZD Gallery: A Link to the Hoarding Disorder

Klepto Link Zelda Dungeon would like to welcome all you Zelda fanatics out there to one of our newest features, the ZD Gallery. Not to be mistaken with the Nintendo Gallery; there won’t be any cool figurines. However, there will be some amazing fan created art. Every week, we’ll be showcasing a fan who has created something in tribute of the Zelda franchise. Whether its drawn, painted, built, crafted, sewn, played, whatever- we’re going to cover it with a special editorial on not only the art, but also the artist. This week, the spotlight is on Barrett Biggers and his ink blot style creation of a psychological diagnosis on our favorite hero. Go ahead and make the jump to see our interview with Biggers and to check out more of his work!

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Triforce Wood Burned Box

Triforce Box Ditch that old shoebox you’re using to store up all your extra rupees and check out this Zelda themed, wood burned box instead! Brandishing the Triforce emblem, this piece is definitely worth adding to your collection of Zelda goodies. Make the jump to learn more about the creator and find out where you can pick up this gem!

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Lon Lon Ranch Milk bottle jar candle tutorial

Screen shot 2015-04-16 at 6.08.34 AMAs all of you can imagine we absolutely love things that are inspired by our cherished The Legend of Zelda, and this fantastic tutorial video is no exception. In a DIY video we found, YouTuber KesCap Fourfun teaches us how to make Lon Lon Ranch Milk bottle jar candles. There are so many iterations of Lon Lon Ranch Milk items that various crafters have made around the internet, and this one on particular I think is pretty great! I must say, I will most likely be trying to find the time to make some for myself!

 

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Brendan Milos Majora’s Mask Artwork – Dodongo

Dodongo-ArtBrendan 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 Dodongo, a giant-dinosaur like enemy that first appeared in the original Legend of Zelda. While Dodongo’s appeared in Ocarina of Time, their Majora’s Mask iteration is much larger and takes significantly more hits to defeat. They can be found just north of Clock Town, in the snowy-regions of Termina Field. When defeated they leave Link with a hefty Purple Rupee as a reward. 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 – Skulltula

Skulltula-ArtBrendan 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 Skulltula, a giant-spider like enemy that first appeared on Ocarina of Time. In Majora’s Mask they gained the ability to perform a spin attack, making them a stronger threat to Link. The Skulltula is also the very first enemy that Link encounters in the game while making his way through the sewers to acquire the Moon’s Tear. 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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Fan Creates Replica Wind Waker Shields

WWS2With plenty of fantastic hand made Legend of Zelda merchandise out there, it’s not difficult to find your favourite item, tunic or gear made and brought to life somewhere around the world. This rings true for most Zelda games across the franchise, spanning many items and gear alike. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker hosts many of those great items that fans love to replicate and make real. This could be due to the unique cel-shaded style of graphics, or perhaps the fact that Toon Link just might be the cutest Hero ever. Imgur user sorenKalla has hand made both the Hero’s Shield and Mirror Shield from Wind Waker that are near perfect replicas.

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New Zelda Themed Dresses

Zelda Apparel Don’t worry guys, there are some cool T-shirts available to check out too. Mostly, though, I really wanted to let my fellow Zelda-loving ladies out there know that there are some awesome Zelda print dresses up for grabs that you don’t find out in the world of Zelda apparel too often. Make the jump to check out more designs and see where you can buy them. As for the guys, don’t be shy, the T-shirts are included after the jump as well!

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Legend of Zelda Spray Paint Fan Art

Spray Paint Fan Art We’ve been covering a variety of fan made tributes here at Zelda Dungeon, from musical covers to mask and shield replicas. But here’s something a little different. YouTube user Robin Graves- who actually happens to be a Nintendo employee- created an amazing piece of fan art using spray paint. Make the jump to watch the video and see his process.

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Custom Painted Majora’s Mask Game Boy

original2Majora’s Mask popularity has not slowed down yet, and today we have an interesting piece of fan art for everyone who enjoys both Majora’s Mask and classic games. Artist Oskunk has posted pictures of his hand painted Majora’s Mask Game Boy adorned with the namesake mask across the front. On the back is the familiar moon along with a graffiti styled title.

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