Category: Zelda Fan Content

“Trio of the Goddesses” is a Zelda-themed album from the Laurence Manning Trio, a musical ensemble that was formed in 2020. According to their website, the Laurence Manning Trio specializes in “original music and neoclassical creations, as well as video game music.” This new album, which highlights the skills of Laurence Manning (Piano), Daphnée Sincennes Richard (Violin), and Lou Dunand-Vincent (Cello), is full of lush arrangements of fan-favorite Zelda songs. In the description for the album, it is described as…

After creating the perfect Breath of the Wild playhouse, Once Upon A Workbench is back again; this time with a shoe tattoo featuring a map of Hyrule. The map features a variety locations, including Eldin Province, Death Mountain, Lanayru Province, Gerudo Desert, and Hyrule Castle. The design appears to take heavy inspiration from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Donovan, the host of Once Upon A Workbench, previously tattooed a pair of shoes with the Marauder’s Map from Harry Potter….

The LEGO Ideas program gives fans the opportunity to share their LEGO creations with the world and even provides a path to bring those creations to the marketplace as official products. We’ve seen a handful of Zelda-inspired projects submitted to (and subsequently rejected by) LEGO Ideas over the past few years, including sets based on Ocarina of Time and Breath of the Wild. And though fan interest and support for an official LEGO-Zelda crossover has in no way wavered, it…

NintendoBlackCrisis, a popular YouTube content creator, is at it again with another insightful theory video about The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. This time, he gives us 40 plausible and well-thought-out theories for the upcoming sequel to Breath of the Wild. Knowing the extravagant effort and lengths of research NintendoBlackCrisis always goes into for his work, this video does not disappoint. He dives into all the information we’ve been given so far and does a fantastic job at…

While dressing up and trick-or-treating is certainly a highlight of many folks’ Halloween festivities, nothing appeals to me more than settling in for a cozy night inside watching scary movies or playing spooky games at the end of every October. But here’s the thing: I’m hopelessly terrible at maintaining my composure while playing most horror games, so inevitably I have to hand the controller to my partner or watch a good Let’s Play to get the right experience. Right in…

All good things must come to an end, and this year’s Linktober is finally at a close. I hope that everyone has been enjoying themselves during the challenge and that they have enjoyed the temporary return of Artists of Legend. I have had a lot of fun sharing all of these legendary pieces of art with you this month! Please don’t stop creating! Just because Linktober is over doesn’t mean that there aren’t more art challenges out there! Linktober does…

Looking for the perfect holiday gift for the Zelda fan in your life? (Or maybe a little treat for yourself to start 2023 out right?) Look no further than this adorable fan-made calendar from Etsy artist KokiriCraigArt. Craig Tait is a longtime fan of The Legend of Zelda and is an avid fan of video games, in addition to being a talented artist. Tait actually wanted to launch a calendar for 2022, but wasn’t able to finish soon enough. But this 2023 edition has…

A sense of dread. A sense of remorse and sadness. A sense of strength and a desire for vengeance for the havoc wrought on a land and people so loved. These are the feelings we get when we, the players, finally make our way to Hyrule Castle in Breath of the Wild, and this is in no short part due to the music we hear as we break the bounds of the gate. It’s time for that final battle. What…

The Blood Moon has risen once again, and the artists of Atelier Hylia have released a chilling new collection of artwork just in time for Halloween. These works of Zelda fanart based upon some of history’s spookiest pieces of art varying from Caravaggio to Ray Coyle. These stunning works of art are inspired by the artistic masters of old, and are a sight to behold. And if you missed our original coverage on Atelier Hylia, you can check out their…

We’ve reached the final days of Linktober, and I debated on posting this week, but in the spirit of collecting things week by week of the challenge I decided to. Be on the lookout for a post early next week with the final days of Linktober. I hope that everyone has been enjoying themselves! This weeks prompters were: NPC, Ganon/Ganondorf, Dream, Zelda, Treasure, Diety, and Horror/Fear. So without further adieu let’s jump right in! Day 22 found artists thinking about…