Tag: custom

The third wave of Amiibo are quickly flying off the shelves, and with two more Zelda characters introduced in this wave it has been one of the most popular yet among Zelda fans. So, in accordance with previous waves, custom Amiibo have begun to appear on the internet as artists get their hands on the new additions. With Toon Link’s inclusion in the third wave, some customs figures have emerged that are just too good not to share. Hit the…

I’ve always been a big fan of handmade and custom items, especially when it comes to gaming stuff, and even more so with Zelda themed items. The idea of a “one of one” piece I think is what has me paying as much as I do for these handmade masterpieces, and they come in many shapes and sizes. Just like this stunning wall decoration made by Reddit user Renanyuu. Hit the jump to see the progress pictures and final result!

With the new Super Smash Bros. game for Wii U and the recent wave of Amiibos, fans are letting their creative juices flow. We’ve seen awesome custom stages for the new Smash game, defective Amiibos that selling for hundreds, potentially discontinued Amiibos, and even custom painted Amiibos. However, what is a good way to display them? On a shelf? By the TV? Certainly not in a bag! Well, Instagram user danisanteliz has created an impressive Legend of Zelda Amiibo display!

Etsy and Imgur user Chibisilverwings has taken advantage of the recent release of the Amiibo Link figure, by customising two of them and making them look even cooler! Make the jump to check out two customized Link figures: a Dark Link and an Ocarina of Time blue tunic inspired Link.

Every collection that is submitted is unique in its own way, whether it’s an item, a first game, or who is collecting. This week’s Collection Spotlight features a brother and sister duo from my home state of Ohio. These two have banded together to collect the titles from everyone’s favorite video game series. Filip and his sister have searched high and low, on the Internet, and at garage sales in order to build up a complete and beautiful collection consisting…

Legend of Zelda rubber duckies

December 15 2013 by Jen

The website, Only Duck has been making custom made rubber duckies for a little over four years now. The creators have transformed many rubber ducks, including Sherlock Holmes, Doctor Who (or Ducktor Who), The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and much more! So what does this have to do with The Legend of Zelda? Read more to find out! Jump in to read more!

If you’ve heard of WWE super star Cody Rohdes, you might have recognized him as the Zelda fan he is with his iconic Triforce boots. Custom made for his pro wrestling career, Rhodes is among few celebrities to show off his Zelda enthusiasm in style while in action. Just recently, Rhodes posted on twitter an upgrade of his old boots, to what is now made of genuine shark skin along with a pretty snazzy green Triforce symbol. Hit the jump…

A Zelda fan on Imgur flaunts their new custom Majora’s Mask 3DS for all to see. The transparent design of the Majora’s Mask silhouette lays perfectly over the midnight purple 3DS, the beauty, the mystery, those eyes burning deep into my soul. It turns out this was actually fairly easily made: the design is simply a sticker that you can purchase on Etsy for five dollars. Jump inside to learn more!

If you have a bit of fabric, some odds and ends and a little sewing knowledge, the possibilities are endless. A fellow Zelda fan, tw1nrova from Imgur, had an idea to bring one of those cute little Kikwis to life in plushie form. It is just as adorable in physical form with its bushy tail and pointy nose. Just be careful not to mistake it for a tree. Take a look and see what you think. Pictures after the jump!

Earlier this week a fan of Majora’s Mask posted a picture of his custom-painted 3DS XL. It features a black closeup of the majority of Majora’s Mask itself on a royal blue 3DS XL. Make the jump for more information on this piece and more about the possible Majora’s Mask 3D.