Tag: deviantART

Welcome to this week’s ZD Gallery feature! As it is Sunday, it’s time once again to show off an awesome fan and their equally awesome contribution to the Zelda franchise. This time around I thought it would be fun to take a step further than fan art and go with a fan made comic. This comic is titled Reuniting with Mido and was created by DeviantArt user G3no. The comic is so beautiful, both vibrant in color and since it’s…

Kingdom Hearts/Zelda crossover fanart is not at all uncommon. There are loads of drawings and paintings of custom keyblades and Kingdom Hearts-style outfits for Zelda’s characters, but crafts and large-scale builds are often some of the coolest projects. This keyblade in particular, made by Sephiroths-Shadow on deviantART, is called the Guardian of Hyrule Keyblade, and it has a beautiful design. Sephiroths-Shadow has even posted a few pictures mid-way through the whole project to show off the build process. Check out…

Over the course of the Zelda franchise and through its many games there have been many different Links. Reddit user Noble-6 has created an awesome looking series of Legend of Zelda-themed phone wallpapers, featuring silhouettes of Link in his various incarnations. Click in to check them out.

Hyrule Warriors has been a huge discussion topic amongst Zelda fans, with it being so close to it’s release date, with less than 3 weeks to go.  There’s been a lot of fan-art surfacing the internet as it starts to settle in to the Zelda community. DeviantArtist, AbyssWolf, took the liberty of taking Hyrule Warriors‘ characters, and transforming them into the gorgeous pixelated sprites AbyssWolf is known to make. Check it out after the jump!

Hello all! Here again is a Zelda Artist Exposition—the series of artist-based features I created to recognize talented creators and share the joy of art. Please feel free and welcome to suggest artists to feature. Just let it be someone you think is quite special. The subject of today’s editorial is Woodland-Mel.

DeviantART user and YouTube member Adam Scythe is known for his signature watercolor paintings that range from various fan pieces to original works. Just recently, Scythe revealed a time-lapse video of his latest piece titled “Dark Link VS. Link” depicting one of Ocarina of Time’s most famous mini-boss battles. Hit the jump to check out the time-lapse!

Hello everyone! Please do join me for another chapter of Zelda Artist Exposition. This editorial series is designed to shine a spotlight on Zelda fan artists and spread the pleasure of art to this corner of the internet. If any of you have suggestions of people to feature, just comment, and I will try to get to them. Today’s feature is somewhat of an up-and-comer: bellhenge.

Hello everyone. At Zelda Dungeon we sure are getting tons of news on Hyrule Warriors, which is as exciting for us as it is for you, but if you would like a break, here is another Zelda Artist Exposition. These features are designed to better spread the joy of art throughout the Zelda community and further support fan artists. Today’s feature is a rather popular artist on deviantART. He really does not need exposed at all, but I love his…

Hello everyone! Here we have—yet again—Zelda Artist Exposition! This series is designed to spread the joy of art and promote a sense of artistic community. I feature fantastic Zelda fan artists who I believe deserve more recognition. I keep a list going so if you have a suggestion please let me know. Just leave a comment detailing the artist you love and hopefully I will see it. Plus, remember to always be amicable in the comments. Today’s artist is the…

Welcome everyone again to Zelda Artist Exposition. This feature series is dedicated to Zelda fan artwork—the purpose being to spread the joy of art and showcase artists worthy of more recognition. I am always open to suggestions so if any of you readers have an idea of an artist to feature, leave a comment telling me about them. I hope I can get to them eventually. Keeping with the Twilight Princess motif from the last exposition, today’s feature is StellaB.