Posted on October 29 2021 by Brittany Lindstrom
It’s week four of Linktober! All month long, I’ve been combing the Internet, searching the pumpkin patches high and low, to bring you a truckload of curated art. This week, we’re looking at days 21-28 of the Linktober calendars. Artists of Legend, please stick until the end of the article to find out November’s art challenge!
Before we get started, please remember:
- All art is good art. Just because you don’t like a particular piece, doesn’t mean it’s bad.
- Artists, if you don’t see your work on this week’s round-up, that doesn’t mean it isn’t good enough. Trust me, I saw your work and loved it too!
- See a piece you really like? Don’t be afraid to like, comment, and follow the artist! Just click the artist’s username, and you’ll be on your way.
Now, it’s time to look at some art!
Let’s kick off this week, sailing the high seas with Link! Bless __becbec for this fantastic design!
Ordon Village is so cozy, and I would have loved to see Link spend more time there. Thankfully, this work by alessandra_damiano_graphic lets us imagine what Link’s home life could have been like. The artist also runs a Zelda fan-comic!
You cant get too upset with me for sharing a piece from an earlier prompt. I mean, just look at how adorably dressed the Koroks are for Halloween! Thank you ambershirelle for this adorable illustration! Be sure to swing by her shop for prints and stickers.
Akkala fields is the perfect spot for breathtaking autumnal views and dodging laser beams. Artsybits_byk painted this beautiful scene in watercolor!
This piece by arumsmii has all those fantastic anime team up vibes! I would read a whole comic series in this style, focusing on their adventures.
There isn’t a single piece blanche.draws has created this year, that hasn’t been awe inspiring. I selected this one over the rest of the their work this week, simply because of the stormy skies in the distance.
This piece by hanniethebold shows Zelda getting ready for a Sailor Moon style transformation!
I_am_error_art has been blessing us once again with a daily Linktober themed watercolor! This work of the Mask Salesman is my favorite piece of theirs so far.
I wish to give this illustration by jasqreate a chef’s kiss for perfection. And I shall, but choose to do so spookily.
No fooling, I have some very strong feelings about Teba and why he deserves more love. Thankfully, kikis_artjourney is here for all my bird dad needs!
I spy with my little eye, three glorious dragons drawn by M.1nk! I think their designs are so cool and creative!
Let’s give a hearty “yo-ho-ho” to Mr. Azul’s Scervo!
This vision of a corrupted Zelda by n2y88 is, in fact, the stuff of nightmares. And, I’m a huge fan.
If you’ve read this series for any amount of time, you will have learned about my deep love for Twilight Princess. The creatures are horrifying, cool, and owlbasketteam illustrates them wonderfully!
This work by thatoneschayne is atmospheric and magical. You can look at this work and feel that the forest is teeming with magic!
Rounding out week four, we have this very special work by zeldamodel! They’re re-creating Ocarina of Time‘s Hyrule in miniature, and the work is spectacular to behold. Here’s a view of the Sacred Forest Meadow with the entire Forest Temple. Check out their Instagram to track their progress!
Before we wrap up, Artists of Legend, your prompt for November is sharing! October is a hectic time for artists, and the burnout is real. To honor everyone’s need for rest, you can take this prompt in one of two ways. If you have the energy, feel free to create a new work of art focusing on the theme of sharing! If you’re in desperate need of some R&R after Linktober, then share with us some of your work. Drop links to your social media and shops down in the comments, or tag us as usual using #artistsoflegend. Your deadline is December 1st!
Now, that’s a wrap for week four! Next week will be the final round-up of fabulous artwork. If you’re participating, don’t forget to tag your work with #linktober and #artistsoflegend so I can find it. Or, just drop a link to your work below in the comments.
Which piece was your favorite this week? Did you find a new artist to follow? Be sure to give them some love with a like and a follow, and let them know that Zelda Dungeon sent you. I’ll see you all next week, with another batch of amazing art!
Remember to have fun, and stay safe out there.