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It’s week three of Linktober! All month long, I’ve been combing the Internet, taking in the sights, and bringing you a tasty candy trove of curated art. This week, we’re looking at days 14-20 of the Linktober calendars. Last week, we saw a lot of wonderful traditionally drawn pieces. This week, we have a lot of digitally illustrated works to admire! Before we get started, please remember: All art is good art. Just because you don’t like a particular piece,…

Week two of Linktober was filled with ups and downs. I suppose fatigue began to set in, so that was the major hurdle I had to overcome. I left off last Sunday only having the next day’s sketch ready, although Monday evening I felt compelled not to leave the piece at only the sketch phase, and went on to ink it. That was the critical point of the week: the choice was maintaining the cushion of one day (so if…

Welcome back, one and all to the best part of the year—Linktober! All month long, I’ll be combing the Internet, taking in the sights, and bringing you a tasty charcuterie board of curated art. This week, we’re looking at days 7-13 of the Linktober calendars. While last week, we saw quite a few three-dimensional pieces, this week we’re focusing on illustrations drawn with traditional media. That means, gauche, ink, markers, pastels, watercolors, and so much more! Before we get started,…

2018 was the first time I heard about Linktober. At the time it had been a few years since I did any artwork, and I was planning to start doing more art anyway, so I took the challenge. When I began doing the prompts, I had a free schedule in the evenings of the work week, so I could count on coming home after my shifts and having the time to draw. That changed around the second week of October….

Welcome one and all to the best part of the year—Linktober! All month long, I’ll be combing the Internet, taking in all the sights, and bringing you a tasty charcuterie board of curated art! This week, we’re looking at days 1-6 of the Linktober calendars. And, let me tell you, the community has blessed us this year. From crochet dolls to watercolors, we’ve got a lot to look at. Before we get started, please remember: All art is good art….

Greetings and welcome to another Artists of Legend! Ah, autumn. Finally, we move away from the scorching days of summer into the warm blanket of autumn’s embrace. Last month, artists were asked to create their best fall inspired pieces. From Majora moon lanterns to hard working Koroks, we have some fantastic pieces to admire. Now, get cozy, and let’s look at some art! This peaceful scene by AriLuci is everything I love about fall. Just look at that soft, golden…

Everyone has different markers to denote the arrival of autumn. For some, the beginning of fall is heralded by crunchy leaves, that first sip of warm apple cider, and hoarding pumpkins. For Zelda artists, autumn means Linktober. The glorious, daily, month-long drawing challenge that gifts the community with more art than your inventory can handle. Linktober is not an easy challenge either. With four calendars of daily drawing prompts to pick from, artists are left with a lot of decisions….

Hello, fellow artists, creators, and fans of all things art and Zelda! Summer is coming to a close, which means that Autumn is right around the corner. And in that season sits the wonderful month of October, in which Zelda fans all around come together to celebrate Linktober! What is Linktober? Linktober is a month-long Zelda-themed art challenge with a new art prompt for every day during the month of October! Linktober is in its 6th year and has become…

Our friends over at Linktober are hosting an online Zelda-themed “comic-con” to support artists and creators within the Zelda community for a second summer in a row. Last year was the first year for the virtual event, and it is returning again early this summer. Zelda Creator Con will once again take place as a virtual convention. A date for the event has yet to be revealed, but more details are expected to come very soon. You can find more information…

Every October, Zelda fans rejoice as our social media feeds light up with a plethora of new fan art thanks to Linktober‘s annual art challenge. Linktober is more than a month-long, daily drawing challenge though. It’s a community of artists that continuously show their love and passion for the Zelda franchise every day of the year. Be that through monthly drawing challenges or by sitting down to discuss their love of Linktober. Before Linktober 2020, I had a chance to talk…