Minecraft mods have been featured here before, and they have had some awesome effects on people’s games, but these days, Minecraft is getting more and more versatile with the growing power of Command Blocks, blocks that, with the right combinations of in-game codes, can essentially do anything. In this case, downloading a fan-created command block module into your Minecraft world will give you loads of new abilities, letting you become Link in the game without special mods. Logdotzip on YouTube has gone over all the cool new stuff you can do as Link, so check out his video after the jump!
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Last week we featured a fan’s rendition of South Clock Town made in Unreal Engine 4. This time around, you should check out Vimeo user Michael Eurek’s Unreal Engine 4 creation, Zora’s Domain. The detail and lighting themselves seem quite difficult to put together. Adding the theme of the Zora’s domain and other sound effects has created an overall near perfect image of what you might think Zora’s Domain looks like in real life. Go ahead and make the jump to see Eurek’s virtual tour!
If you thought the 3DS remake of Majora’s Mask was awesome then you should check out this fan version of South Clock Town made in Unreal Engine 4. An environment artist known on YouTube as Wesley Paquette doesn’t leave anything out when it comes to his rendition of the infamous Clock Tower and said monument’s surroundings. In fact, there is even more detail to be explored in Paquette’s Clock Town than in Nintendo’s original and remade versions. Would you like to take a virtual tour? Make the jump to see both the day life and night life of Paquette’s incredible design of South Clock Town!
We recently shared with you an amazing replica of Hyrule Castle from Twilight Princess made entirely out of Lego by Joseph Zawada, that he showed off at BrickFair 2015 in Virginia. This time we have another The Legend of Zelda inspired Lego creation. Beyond the Brick, the YouTube channel dedicated to sharing interviews, news, and creations of some pretty epic Lego art take us back to Virginia and BrickFair 2015, where this time we get to see a large scale creation of Link and Zelda by Alden Duquette, complete with a light up Navi! This latest Lego build has been a work in progress for several years and Alden has continued to add additional layers to the set, he is even working on adding the Evil King himself!
Head past the jump to check out Link and Zelda in their Lego form.
Here, at Zelda Dungeon we love to help show off and feature talented artists that have a love for the Zelda series and show it by creating some pretty spectacular artwork, this artist is definitely no exception. Halie Atisuto created a beautiful painting inspired by The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and to help show off how the piece came to be she has made a time-lapse video of the project. The video takes you from blank canvas through the evolution of the background and characters coming to life with her paintbrush, all the way to the finished painting. It is truly inspiring to watch these images appear as if by magic with the stroke of her brush and you can tell by watching that although the time flies in the video, this is a piece that took some time to complete. Head past the break and check out the wonder of this painting coming to life right before your eyes!
Now here is a type of craft you do not see much. Kat and Cam of Our Nerd Home have created a tutorial on how to make a fireplace pin-up of The Legend of Zelda’s 8-bit fire sprites. The whole craft apparently only cost $2 to do, so I highly recommend anyone with a non-working fireplace to try this. It sure looks great.
Hit the jump for a bunch of pictures from, and a link to, the tutorial! Read more…
Over the past couple of years there have been several Zelda games given a new lick of paint, been given some extra content and re-released for current platforms. Ocarina of Time, Majora’s Mask and The Wind Waker all got the remake treatment but some people would like to see the older games given a new lease on life. YouTuber TCPixel has gone all the way back to the beginning and updated the original Legend of Zelda. Not only have the visuals been updated but they have also used sound clips from other Zelda games to give the game a more current gameplay experience.
See how it turned out after the jump!
The latest creation from artist and etsy vendor GeekOUTlet is an interesting twist on a popular Zelda concept. The bottled poe soul necklace which comes complete with faux smoke effect and glow in the dark paint. Each one is 1 1/4 inches tall and comes on a chain to be worn. The necklaces only cost $14 and come in red, yellow, blue, green, and purple.
Jump inside to check it out for yourself.
The latest video from YouTube member ConnorTheWaffle takes a look at the romance in The Legend of Zelda. In the video he reviews the various games and how the story of Link and Zelda evolves. Starting with the endings of each game where players get to see the two interract, to later games that included more scenes between them. He points out that there is more of an unspoken message of love between Zelda and Link that might not be immediately obvious to the player at first.
Jump inside to check it out for yourself.
Volante Designs is going to be releasing a full line of Zelda inspired clothing from the costumes it has provided for the upcoming Hang ‘Em Hyrule mini-series. It has dubbed the line “Legends of Time” as an extension of its Legends collection of designs inspired by other video games, comic books, films, and animes. The Legends of Time line has not launched yet, but Volante Designs has a self-hosted crowdfunding platform set up to get it ready for production, here. See some of the already showcased designs after the jump!
Ever wonder what the Legend of Zelda would be like had the whole series been made in a cheesy Western style like the Hidden Village? You’ll only have to wonder for a little while longer, because we’ll soon be seeing a Spaghetti Western style Legend of Zelda tribute series from Youtube’s beatdownboogie. For a little taste of the bearers of the Triforce as cowboys and cowgirls, check out the trailer for the aptly named Hang ‘Em Hyrule film series after the jump!
Lyon over at Bent Pins has recently posted one of his regularly produced comics, and it features an average night for Link in The Wind Waker. As he notes in the description, it is not a funny comic, like his usual material, but still a cute little comic nonetheless.
Check out the comic after the jump! Read more…
A modding team is busily working on a custom mod for Ocarina of Time, giving us, essentially, a whole new game. The project is called 3rd Quest, and is to have brand new locations, dungeons, puzzles, music and more, all running on Ocarina of Time‘s engine. This could turn out to be one very impressive mod, so make sure to check out their site for updates!
Hit the jump for the two trailers currently showing off the mod! Read more…
YouTuber Tsuko G., known for his KAZOO’d series of game music covers played on kazoo, has once aain return to Zelda music, this time choosing Tal Tal Heights’ theme from Link’s Awakening. The upbeat nature of the original tune gives you the obvious adventurous feeling that the game location was meant to have, but hearing this theme, or any music really, played on kazoo just brings out something really hilarious in this classic background tune.
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