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 glow! This work in particular was inspired by photographer Johanna Engel. Please, enjoy their work too!

Legend of Glowplug has gifted us with this wonderful scene!

From the artist, “it has been confirmed! Koroks do yard work!”

This work by fan_gogh on Instagram shows Link celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival!

Check out this adorable Deku drawn by colourlessrainbow8 on Instagram! I love how its leaves are changing!

Finally, let’s take a moment to relax with this illustration done by angeredlobster on Instagram. The lightning and mist reminds me of camping in early September! 

 

Thank you again to everyone who shared their art in September. You are all amazing and I can’t wait to see more work from you!


Your October Challenge:

In honor of Linktober, there will not be a drawing challenge this month. If you’ve never participated in Linktober before, it’s a drawing-a-day challenge that runs the entire month. It’s an incredibly fun community building event, so I hope you all join in!

 Each Friday, I’ll be posting a showcase of works created from that week’s prompts. November’s drawing challenge will be announced October 29!

How Do I Submit for Linktober?

Submitting is easy! Just follow these steps:

  • When posting your work to Twitter or Instagram use #linktober.
  • For bonus points, use #artistsoflegend too!
  • Sit back and wait for the Linktober team to share your work, and check back each week to see if you end up featured here!

Remember to have fun, and stay safe out there.


Brittany is an original content editor for Zelda Dungeon. She often judges clothing based off how many bunnies she could fit in the pockets. She’s also an artist, sharing her work on Instagram and TikTok!

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