Posted on November 21 2018 by Adam Barham
Hello again! Welcome back to Artists of Legend, and if you’re an American, Happy Thanksgiving! I’m thankful for this series, and for the viewers of it! Let’s get right into everything!
Last week, we asked you to you to create artwork focusing on Ocarina of Time to help celebrate the game’s twentieth anniversary! And here is the artwork we received for that challenge!
By stardustcindy on Instagram:
By amandaoeiwells on Instagram:
By laura_jane on Instagram:
And, while these were not for this week’s submissions, here are some other submissions that I’ve received!
By 3lue5tar_t on Instagram:
By 8bithobo on Twitter:
By aahdrien on Instagram:
By adeepetiet on Instagram:
By adrienterreau on Instagram:
By agentpluto on Twitter:
By akellyz on Instagram:
Thank you all yet again for all of your incredible artwork! Keep it up!
This Week’s Challenge
This week, to celebrate American Thanksgiving, the challenge is fairly straight-forward. We’d like you to create artwork of something that you’re thankful for from The Legend of Zelda. This prompt leaves a lot of room for personal taste and creativity. A character, an item, a location, an entire game – if you’re thankful for it for one reason or another, it counts as a submission this week! Go crazy!
As always, here are the rules for artwork in this series.
- Keep things clean. Zelda Dungeon should be safe for all ages, so don’t go creating foul images, anything too risque, or anything NSFW.
- Stick to the main idea, but feel free to be creative with it. If you want to draw a specific scene from one of the games, go ahead; if you want to come up with something similar to a scene from one of the games with a twist on it, that’s great too.
- Any form of art is acceptable as long as it somehow displays the mentioned scene. You can draw with a pencil and paper, paint on a canvas, make pixel art on a computer, weave, carve, create the scene with Zelda figurines, even do metal work if that’s your thing. Go crazy!
- While you can submit your work in the comment section, the preferred methods are putting your work in the comment section here on Zelda Dungeon, or Tweeting or posting on Instagram with #artistsoflegend. It makes it easier for me to find the art when you submit it.
- Do not steal art from someone else.
- Do not insult other people’s art. Peaceful critiques and thoughts are one thing; direct insults are another.
- There’s no pressure. Just have fun!
I look forward to seeing what you guys create this time, and I’ll see you all next week!
Adam is an original content editor for Zelda Dungeon; He likes sipping tea; Follow him on Twitter