Zelda Dungeon Marathon 2019:

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Custom, modified consoles can range from weird to spectacular, and amongst all the wild creations you’re ought to find a gem like this Zelda Themed N64 crafted by SpaceNTraders over at Etsy. Painted with a slick gold and silver color scheme, the custom console equips…

Custom, modified consoles can range from weird to spectacular, and amongst all the wild creations you’re ought to find a gem like this Zelda Themed N64 crafted by SpaceNTraders over at Etsy. Painted with a slick gold and silver color scheme, the custom console equips…

We’ve all seen it. Even if you’re only slightly involved in anything related to gaming, you’ll have come across at least one custom console or controller on the internet. Strangely, these amazingly detailed objects always seem so distant, because you know you’ll probably never make one yourself, or you’re never going to commision or even see one of these amazing works. Often the only thing we as fans can do is stare at our screens in awe, or leave a comment praising the artist for the incredible work they’ve done.

Back in March, while visiting one of Belgium’s otaku and geek conventions called ‘Made in Asia,’ I got the chance to see several works by graphic designer and creator of custom consoles, Vadu Amka. We’ve covered her work before, and it was an amazing experience to see two of the Zelda…

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…

Majora’s Mask popularity has not slowed down yet, and today we have an interesting piece of fan art for everyone who enjoys both Majora’s Mask and classic games. Artist Oskunk has posted pictures of his hand painted Majora’s Mask Game Boy adorned with the namesake mask across the front. On the back is the familiar moon along with a graffiti styled title. Jump inside to check it out for yourself.

Just in time for Easter we have a fun new video from Semy’s Art showing off her custom Zelda Easter Eggs. In the video we see her paint a Link egg, Majora’s Mask egg, a Hylian Crest, and a Hylian shield. We see the whole process of the Link egg from pencil sketches to finished piece and afterward she even displays all four of them for us to see. Jump inside to check it out for yourself.

It’s simply amazing what dedicated fans can do with amiibo. We’ve shown off some awesome-looking custom amiibo on the site already, such as this Link and Skull Kid infused amiibo. My personal favorite is this jaw-droppingly gorgeous Deku Link amiibo!

Today I’d like to show you guys this highly detailed custom-painted Fierce Deity amiibo…

Yes, the Game Boy came out many years ago in 1989. Yes, it’s outdated and the hardware is laughable compared to today’s standards. No, that does not mean Game Boys can’t be awesome by today’s standards!

This awesome custom painted Game Boy has a familiar face on it. That’s right, this particular fan-created Game Boy re-skin is modeled after Skull Kid, taking on the persona of Majora’s Mask

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!

Hi guys. It’s me, Jackson. Sorry. I left for a while. I’m still on staff though (thanks Nate), so let’s get back on it.

Nintendo fans have gone absolutely cucco (heh) for amiibo, with figurines becoming increasingly rare and fanatics attempting to collect every single addition to the brand. It’s a jungle out there, but some have been able to master the wild world of amiibo. What’s more, artists have created some beautiful custom creations from existing figures…