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Oh you know, just drawing Link this weekend. Loose and scribbly.
It’s funny trying to nail down what I want to do for this gallery show. Wind Waker Link is one of my favorites but a little too obvious for me to do (and his costume’s not as fun), so I’ve been trying to come up with a good mix between the child and adult Link styles. Also because I haven’t played as much of the adult Link games. Been reading a ton of the Zelda wikis and trying to remember everything I’ve ever learned about the whole franchise!
all mah cries. this weekend i got to engross myself in zelda (windwaker), but we had a bittersweet farewell this afternoon. i miss you, bb ; A ;
um. CUTE LINK DRAWINGS!<3<3
Continually reminded that there sure is a lot of detail in the things I make, even when it doesn’t seem so. Yet another example; carving away some rubylith for a screenprint for the awesome Triforce Tribute show at Land Gallery here in Portland next month.
This is two of…four or more layers? I’m hoping to toss in some sweet drybrush if I can; two rubylith layers may have to be my cutoff! It’s fun but it sure takes forever.
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Japanese toyline Figma shows a prototype Skyward Sword Link figure. In other news, reports of people throwing money and underwear at their computer screens are coming in from all over the world.
But seriously check this beauty out:
*A* wut up new purchase
This is the first Zelda comic that I’ve actually drawn by hand, so I was a little apprehensive about posting it. I’ve been enjoying taking a little more time and drawing comics the old fashioned way recently.
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so close yet so far
Original art for Zelda: Link’s Awakening (Game Boy, 1993).