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Zelda

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I drew a poster for an idea I had for a Legend of Zelda game with Zelda as the main character. I think it's pretty neat.

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Well things just got....different. o_o Awesome job man, that moon creeps me the heck out though! xD

You should be a background artist... not too much of a fan for the character or moon... The background is awesome BRO

All I keep thinking of is a link with tits.

BiffTheTimid responds:

Me too. It's crazy man.

I always wondered what it would look like if zelda were a girl.

very nice. everyone needs to stop saying "female Link" though, read the fucking description.
Concept is good and I personally think it's original. I don't know how I feel about Zelda rocking Link's tunic, would have been cool to see something new. The artwork itself is great. The character looks fine and well shaded but I feel your background is lacking. The artwork and talent is there, I would just say work on your composition. Something so symmetrical is usually reserved for magical/mystical/religious content. But then again, it was designed to be a poster so perhaps the symmetry was intentional. Regardless, keep up the good work and check out a book called "DreamWorlds" if your interested in learning more about framing. It's incredibly helpful for composition.

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