Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2019:

Yep, I’m running the Fan Art Showdown for yet another week. Anyone want to take it over for me? Anyone? No..? Okay…

Last week’s winner is Skilar, whose submission of the Fierce Deity won by 22%. Way to go, Skilar!

Before I announce this week’s contestants, take a gander at the rules and regulations of this fine Weekly Feature:

If you’re thinking of sending in some fan art of your own to compete in our showdown, you can send an email to fanartshowdown.zeldainformer@gmail.com.

  • Submissions must not contain anything that would be considered over PG13. This includes images that contain sexual or graphic content, as well as swearing.
  • When sending your submission in, please, for the love of all that is good and holy, give it a title. It needs a title, or it will be ignored.
  • Sending more than one submission is fine, but please tell me which image you want to be entered first. If I decide to use your other submissions in a future installment, I will contact you.
  • Please do not bad-mouth others’ work in the comments. If you have some constructive criticism, please present it in a non-hateful way.

Dark Link by Stéphanie

Artist Stéphanie has chosen to depict a fan-favorite mini-boss, Dark Link. This version of Dark Link is obviously from Ocarina of Time, but did you know that Dark Link’s first appearance was in Zelda II: The Adventure of Link? He was known as Shadow Link, and played the role of the final boss.

Twinmold from Majora’s Mask by Paul

An artist by the name of Paul has submitted his rendition of a boss from Majora’s Mask, Twinmold. This boss is fought in the Stone Tower Temple, and its title is “Giant Masked Insect.” Scary, eh?

Closing

That is the conclusion of the 13th installment of the Fan Art Showdown. We’re still working on a fix for our website polling system, which means we will be using EasyPolls once again. Be sure to vote honestly and think through you decision, and I’ll see you in the next Fan Art Showdown!

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