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The famous comic artist, Jim Lee who has been the artist for some of DC’s best selling comics such as; All Star Batman and Robin, The Boy Wonder and Superman: For Tomorrow to name but a few has recently showed off a picture he drew of his daughter on Facebook. In this original drawing he depicts his smiling daughter as our favorite hero, Link! The picture is beautifully drawn and shaded with simple tones that give the image a truly…

Art and Music. Could there be a more beautiful combination? Ink Rose, a YouTuber known for her beautiful drawings and in depth fan theories for several famous series, has compiled her 12 favorite music soundtracks from the entire Zelda franchise. But being an artist, she doesn’t just rattle off her favorites. For every entry, she shows a speed-draw of a character associated with the musical piece. Watch as she takes you on a journey through the music of Zelda, and…

How to Draw Toon Link

November 19 2014 by Maanav Goyal

Toon Link is one of the most widely known variations of Link. From his childish yet heroic attitude or his strange facial expressions, Toon Link is one of the better known incarnations of Link in gaming media. Now you can learn to draw him using a video tutorial uploaded by YouTuber Cartooning4Kids, a simple drawing tutorial YouTube channel, though aimed at kids, provides some pretty useful tutorials for anyone. So get out your pad and pencil, and hit the jump…

A Reddit-user has posted a picture purportedly showing an image of Majora’s Mask they found drawn on a park sidewalk. Follow the jump to see the piece of Zelda-inspired graffiti in full.

Stippling Link portrait

December 16 2013 by LukeSaturn

Those who notice my writing probably know I mostly write about art on Zelda Dungeon, and you may know I am always browsing deviantART for art and artists to feature. Occasionally, however, reddit will come through with a great piece to feature. Thanks to Davey for pointing it out. An artist, redditor Svezzz812, has created a portrait of Twilight Princess Link in the style of stippling. In case you may not know, stippling is the drawing style of individual dots…

I always love looking for new and interesting Zelda art, the more creative means the better. So recently I found an interesting video from YouTube member Dayviideo showing off his drawing skills in a time lapsed video of him drawing a detailed Hylian Shield in chalk. The video is sped up so that it is only four and a half minutes long but we see the entire process from start to finish including all the little fine detail work he…

Amongst all the information about the upcoming Zelda 3DS, one bit of news that came out was a screenshot that indicated that this A Link to the Past sequel will actually have the same number of item slots as its predecessor. The subject of a Zelda’s game’s item repertoire is always a significant one, as Zelda games are always extremely item-driven. Items are Link’s powers, his objectives, and indeed serve as ways of unlocking new areas and secrets; virtually everything…

The Legend of Zelda has spawned probably one of the most engrossing fandoms of all video games because not only does every game tell a story, the mythology of the series sparks great interest into what is and isn’t known about the Zelda universe. This, in turn, is often manifested through art. And this art is one of my favorite things about the Zelda community. In the realm of Zelda fan artwork, the variations of art styles and incarnation preferences…

Once again we have another month of the community competitions, and you can find all of the threads for the competitions in our Fan Works forum. To participate in the competitions, send a Private Message on the forums to the user who runs the competition containing your entry. All entries are posted in the weekly competitions and voted on by the members of the forums. We get a lot of entries for all of the competitions, so come and participate…