Tag: fanmade

If you’re like most of the Zelda Dungeon staff and a great deal of other Nintendo fans, you can’t get enough of the Nintendo Amiibo that have been steadily streaming out to us since November 2014. A common problem has stemmed from the sheer demand of the Amiibo and that would be actually getting your hands on them. Luckily, Amiibo fan, Chris Ryan, has created a site that tracks the Amiibo stock for you!

Navi has always been a very cute fairy, but has anyone wondered whether Navi could also be delicious? Blogger Geek Girl Fi recently saw Navi’s dessert potential and created Navi cake pops. She explains the steps she took to make the cake pops and Navi’s design, as well as shows progress pictures in her DIY video. Whether you’re into baking, making artistic things with frosting, or just really want a chance to bite Navi’s nagging head off, these Navi cake…

Etsy user MasenkoProps has created a truly remarkable piece which I think we can all sit back and appreciate – a full size replica of Majora’s Mask. The iconic mask is available to purchase in both a matte and gloss finish and ships worldwide. Hit the jump to find out more!

Zelda fans are always finding fun and creative ways to express their love for the franchise. I don’t know about everyone else but, because the musical themes are what originally drew me into the series, I love finding fan-made covers inspired by the music in Zelda. It’s fun to see another fans interpretation of the melodies played throughout the games, and using their talents to put a little bit of themselves into the music. Here we have- as he goes by…

With all of the hype surrounding Majora’s Mask 3D, many fans have been enjoying a nostalgia kick and pondering all of the components that made Majora’s Mask so enjoyable. One of these would certainly be the music, which always fit the different scenarios so well that it helped immerse players into the atmosphere of Termina. Musician Michael T. Samson recently arranged an extraordinary addition to the multitude of Majora’s Mask medleys out there. Samson’s orchestral rendition “The Legend of Zelda:…

Of the massive amount of weapons, items, and companions found throughout the Legend of Zelda series, the very first one is a sword given to Link by an old man in a cave. The player has no idea the treasure trove of weapons awaiting him on his journey. But what if the old man had dumped every item onto Link, first thing? Well, the design team at Paint’d Fox Creations perfectly crafted that scenario on a comical and unique t-shirt…

Just a few months ago, we featured the Smash Bros. tribute album entitled Harmony of Heroes, including 101 tracks and over seven hours of music. The team behind this project recently announced a brand new set of additional tracks, including several new Zelda songs. Harmony of Heroes takes fans from all over the world, arranging a variety of music genres from several Nintendo franchises. Hit the jump to take a look!

3D Printed Master Sword

December 23 2014 by Djinn

I have seen quite a few fan and artists recreate objects from the Zelda series, but few are as interesting as reddit member esseff3d‘s 3D printed Master Sword. He goes over the step by step process, creating the model, printing out the various parts, and then assembles them into the final piece. Jump inside to check it out for yourself.

Hey, listen up! Christmas is almost upon us! If you haven’t done so it’s time to go out, grab yourself a tree, and starting hanging baubles on its branches. As someone who plays the Legend of Zelda games, you’ll know how great trees are: they talk in ye olde English, they send fairies to summon young boys to save the world, and if you help them out they sometimes give you giant emeralds! Perhaps your tree just doesn’t have the…

As Ocarina of Time continues to triumph as a fan favorite since its release just over 15 years ago, one could only imagine how it might look if it met today’s standards. Visual effects artist Michael Eurek recently constructed an entirely revamped version of the Temple of Time. Hit the jump to take a look!