Hey everyone! It’s good to be back after a week-long break so we at Zelda Dungeon-Informer could focus more on our Best Zelda Games ranking list. Hopefully those of you who celebrated Thanksgiving had a great time doing so!

Last Time’s Challenge

Two weeks ago when Artists of Legend had it’s previous challenge, we asked you to create art of something in the Legend of Zelda franchise that you’re thankful for. And here are the submissions we received!

By James Art Ville on the original post, who said, “I am thankful for Fierce Deity Link. Easily my favorite rendition of Link, and the fact that he’s the Hero of Time makes it super awesome! The super saiyan version of Link, if there ever was one.”

By MrsGryphon on the original post, who said, “I’m thankful for Aryll for giving me motivation to leave Outset Island despite my fear of the ocean. Wind Waker is such an awesome game, but the ocean scares me so much! It doesn’t help when I accidentally jump out of my ship in the middle of nowhere over and over again.”

Thank you for your submissions!

This Week’s Challenge

And now, after two weeks, we have a new challenge for you. This week, we’d like you to create art of Link being trained by the Hero’s Shade from Twilight Princess. Personally, my favorite thing about Twilight Princess was executing the different techniques that the Hero’s Shade taught. And now we’d like to you put your on creative twist on Link learning those maneuvers.

Here are the rules for the contest:

  • Keep things clean. Zelda Dungeon-Informer should be safe for all ages, so don’t go creating foul images 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 you 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. I will be checking every submission I receive.
  • Do not insult other people’s art. Peaceful critiques and thoughts are one thing; direct insults are another.
  • There’s no pressure, so 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 Informer; He likes sipping tea; Follow him on Twitter

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