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Ganon's Plannin'

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What a pig.

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Oh, no no no! Why does he look like a leprechaun?! He's supposed to look evil and intimidating... And his body is not this big, and his head isn't that small.... I am trying to appreciate this for what it is... a picture drawn by someone, but I cannot look at this and say it is Ganondorf.. and it's not Ganon, he is only called Ganon when he transforms in Ocarina of Time.

You did get the colors perfect, though.

Brakkenimation responds:

Haha, well as we've seen throughout the games, Ganondorf has come in various different shapes and sizes. Just like Link and Zelda. I wanted to attempt a Ganondorf that's not necessarily powerful physically - instead, more of a devious thinker. There are many kinds of power after all.

He is a bit leprechaunish (or as I see him, like Balin from The Hobbit film, haha). But hey, it would be a bit boring if every Ganondorf design looked the same, eh? Maybe this Ganondorf's motive is to look not so threatening and 'evil' so that people underestimate him.

Yep, I'm aware Ganon and Ganondorf come separately (in more games than Ocarina of Time), but then my play on words in the title wouldn't have worked :P
Ganondorf's Plannin'dorf? Doesn't have the same ring to it XB

Thanks for your feedback - glad you like the colours :)

really great

Damn, this is nice. Great stance and expression, and those colours... lovely.

Brakkenimation responds:

Thank ya kindly.

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