Posted on November 05 2021 by Brittany Lindstrom
It’s week four of Linktober! All month long, I’ve been combing the Internet, searching candy buckets high and low, to bring you a feast of curated art. This week, we’re looking at days 29-31 of the Linktober calendars as well as other pieces from earlier in the month.
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, let’s look at some art!
Starting us off is this cozy piece by blanche.draws! No joke, Yeto and Yeta are the reason why I learned to cook pumpkin based stews and chili.
I love the colors an atmospheric perspective zelda1fan added to this work! It creates such a soothing atmosphere.
In my personal opinion, the Oracle games have some of the best character designs in the entire series. I love this piece by aurumsmii featuring the goddess trio!
What’s the end of October without some spooky scary monsters? These Wizrobe by heatherbeardcreative certainly look like they’re ready to party!
Speaking of Halloween parties, look at these adorable trick-or-treaters by _rottencandyapples!
Nothing is more terrifying than a pack of Cuccos bent on revenge. Absolutely nothing. Thanks to expatstudios for this terrifying coloring page!
Tip of the hat to n2y88 for creating a full month of these wonderfully dynamic multi-media pieces. If you get the change, look through their Instagram to see some behind the scenes magic!
All month, outset.emporium sculpted these fantastic Koroks! If you see one you just have to have, you can pick one up from their Etsy shop. You get a cute Korok, and a portion of the sales will go to the LGBT Foundation. How cool is that?
Back to the spooky, we have this work by crystalmchavez. Don’t worry, no sentient pumpkins were harmed in the creating of this masterpiece.
If you aren’t following _mimimaru you’re missing out. She has some of the cleanest and strongest line work I’ve ever seen! How wonderful would this look in a game room?
This Beedle by artnewbs is the best Beedle to ever be a Beedle. Just look at his happy little face!
This piece of Zelda by amandaoeiwells would make a fantastic album cover. Don’t you agree?
Did your jaw drop a bit when you spotted this piece by eclipse_of_emily_art? Yeah, mine did too.
Finally, finishing out Linktober journey, we have this lovely Picori by jj.drawcer. I would love to be snuggled up next to a giant mushroom while it rained!
Congratulations to all of the artists who participated in Linktober this year! Regardless of if you completed all 31 days or not, be proud of your accomplishment. If you wanted to participate this year but couldn’t, don’t fret! Linktober runs micro challenges all year long, and so do we! Plus, there’s nothing saying that you can’t complete the challenge calendars in a different month. If your Linktober challenge takes place in February of next year, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.
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!
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. Thank you all for following along!
Remember to have fun, and stay safe out there.