Posted on April 15 2017 by Rod Lloyd
Happy Saturday, ZI fans. After a week hiatus, I have returned to bring you yet another entry in our beloved Photoshop Contest. I finally finished the main quest of Breath of the Wild this week, giving me a worthy feeling of accomplishment. But just because I led our hero to the end of one adventure doesn’t mean there aren’t other challenges to overcome in the BotW‘s world. For example, I still have so many Korok seeds to find in that massive wilderness. Those little tree imps are hiding everywhere in Hyrule! I mean, thank goodness Koroks aren’t scattered around the real world for us to find… Could you imagine the chaos?
Most Recent Contest: A New Zelda CD-I Game
April Fool’s Day opened up the possibility for quite a silly contest two weeks ago. However, it would seem you Zelda fans have too much self-respect to pitch ideas for a new CD-I Zelda title.
This Week’s Contest: Koroks Hidden in the Real World
There are Koroks hidden just about everywhere in Breath of the Wild. Link can find them in trees, under rocks, and even frozen in giant blocks of ice. Every crevice of every area in Hyrule holds the possibility of finding one of these giddy, little tree spirits. But what would it look like if Koroks were hidden throughout the real world as well?
The contest this week is to place one or more Koroks into a real-world location. Our little forest friends can be found next to a famous monument, hiding near a real-world landmark, or maybe even in your own house. You can be as creative as you want to be placing these wooden rascals in our reality. There are some images in the gallery below, but feel free to use anything at your disposal to finish your submission.
General Rules: Submit your entries in the comments section below.
- To save images from the gallery, right click the image in the gallery (without opening the image in lightbox) and select open image in new tab. Right click and save!
- Photoshop is not required to enter the contest. Any image manipulation software can be used to create your entry.
- Some hand-drawn fan art is okay, but your entry must include some image manipulation to be considered.
- If you use another fan’s original assets or likeness, please try to give them credit.
- Please refrain from using offensive material (racial, sexual, overuse of offensive language, etc.) We want to make the contest fun and accessible for fans of all ages.
- Everyone is entitled to their own opinion at Zelda Informer. In fact, we encourage discussion based on those opinions. However, please do not insult other fans’ work. What may be funny to one person may not hold true for another…and that’s OK.
- Have fun and be creative!
Deadline: Submit entries no later than Friday at midnight: 11:59 p.m. PST on April 21. Entries submitted after this Deadline will not be considered.
Don’t forget to check back throughout the week and upvote your favorites, and maybe you will be one of next week’s winners!
For those that who want to test their skills with something more challenging, we have a few Challenge Rules for you to follow:
1. Your entry must include at least six Koroks.
2. Your entry must include a violin.