Tag: Art

The past week seems to be full of talk and new information for the upcoming title, Tri Force Heroes. From a new Japanese trailer and teaser site, to the announcement of a bundle of the game, offered exclusively at Gamestop and would include the Hyrule Edition New 3DS XL — preorders have already sold out. If all of that wasn’t enough to have you say; stop, please no more! This will most definitely make that happen. There has now been…

Topping Zelda fans’ wish lists is the Hero of Time’s signature instrument: the ocarina. Various dealers have made ocarinas of differing sizes, playability and quality to fulfill this demand, but few have the dedication of Caro, a skilled sculptor and major Zelda fan with a new kickstarter to craft elegant ocarinas out of precious metals like silver, bronze, and copper in varying sizes. Some are small enough to wear as jewelry and others are full-size replicas – all are fully playable. As a skilled musician and craftswoman, Caro’s goal is to craft the most musically and aesthetically pleasing instruments she can…

Brendan Milos has continued his journey of creating artwork for many of the enemies of Majora’s Mask. This is part of a fan project to create artwork for all of the Majora’s Mask Enemies that appear in the game. This time around he tackles a Gerudo Pirate. The Gerudo race runs the Pirates’ Fortress, located in the Great Bay region of the game. It is here that Link finds the Hookshot, which allows him to acquire a few of the…

Amiibo fever is in full swing and everyone is racing to store shelves to see what amiibos are in stock. Though I myself am not a collector, I find myself checking every Walmart and Game Stop I pass to see if there are any rare amiibos in stock. But in between trying to find the holy trinity of Amiibos, I get my fix checking out customs Amiibos. Here is a collection of 20 of my favorite Zelda customs, ranging from…

Artists are always trying to find inventive new mediums in which to create their art, but some prefer to use rather old and sometimes mocked modes of creation. One such artist is YouTube user StevRayBro; he was challenged to draw Skull Kid is Microsoft Paint– and he accepted that challenge! He shows his whole process in a fast-motion video, and it’s really interesting to see the start-to-finish. Somehow this talented artist managed to create a detailed and adorable Skull Kid…

Etsy shop owner Dylan Dennison of DylansCustomShoes has hand-painted a one of a kind pair of Majora’s Mask themed slip-on shoes. The right shoe depicts young Link holding the Mask of Truth with Navi appearing on the side of the shoe, the left shoe bears a Triforce and Majora’s eyes on the side. All of Dennison’s shoes are made-to-order and he is open to changes in the design or entirely different custom orders. The shoes are available for purchase at…

French artist Vadu Amka recreated a Zelda GameCube, customizing the console and controller in the art style of Wind Waker. The detail and art of this design is stunning, resembling a Hylian design but also custom to a unique Wind Waker look. Hit the jump to see more of Amka’s project!

Imgur user James Sharp (JasperHams) has conceptualized a series of 3D printed masks from Majora’s Mask. Sharp has created designs for all of the transformation masks, as well as Majora’s mask itself. His re-imagined masks are far more realistic than the masks in-game; Sharp hopes the Deku mask will have an aged tree bark texture, his Zora mask is more aquatically accurate, and his Fierce Deity mask draws inspiration from Japanese Kabuki.

The cover for “The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask 3D Perfect Guide” book, published by Famitsu is a thing of beauty. Famitsu’s Perfect Guide series’ additions are the end all be all of guide books, but unfortunately this one will only be released in Japan. It contains detailed charts and maps for Majora’s Mask 3D, as well as guides to understanding the three-day cycle, and directions on where to find heart pieces and stray fairies. Hit the jump to see…

The excitement surrounding Majora’s Mask 3D has inspired countless Majora themed works of art, but for those artists who still haven’t expressed their love for Majora’s Mask, this is the perfect opportunity to do so; Eiji Aonuma has announced a drawing contest in the Miiverse community to celebrate the The Symphony of the Goddesses, Master Quest’s February 7th performance in Tokyo and the launch of the Japanese Legend of Zelda twitter account. The art can be any style but must…