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The time has finally come for Zelda content creators from all over to come together and showcase their love for the series! Linktober’s Zelda Creator Con is on its third year, and you won’t want to miss a fun-filled weekend packed with art, cosplay showcases, and streamers doing what they love. What’s even better is that you can enjoy this show from the comfort of your own home and only for a dollar (or more if you would like to…

Are you an artist? A cosplayer? A streamer, musician, writer, podcaster? Do you just enjoy doodling little Zelda characters in the margins of your notebook? Then Zelda Creator Con, hosted by artist Joel D. Siegel and his team at Linktober, might be the place for you to show off your skills. And, good news: applications for the 2022 show are now open! Started in light of the pandemic in 2020 to fill the void left behind when in-person conventions were…

It’s week four of Linktober! All month long, I’ve been combing the Internet, searching candy buckets high and low, to bring you a feast of curated art. This week, we’re looking at days 29-31 of the Linktober calendars as well as other pieces from earlier in the month. Before we get started, please remember: All art is good art. Just because you don’t like a particular piece, doesn’t mean it’s bad. Artists, if you don’t see your work on this week’s…

It’s week four of Linktober! All month long, I’ve been combing the Internet, searching the pumpkin patches high and low, to bring you a truckload of curated art. This week, we’re looking at days 21-28 of the Linktober calendars. Artists of Legend, please stick until the end of the article to find out November’s art challenge! Before we get started, please remember: All art is good art. Just because you don’t like a particular piece, doesn’t mean it’s bad. Artists,…

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…