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Link on the Move

Author Comments

His quest is never over!

This is a collaboration between myself and: http://zachula.deviantart .com/
Lines by me
Colours by him

Reviews


1 problem...

he
should
be
on
his
hores
...


Brakkenimation responds:

Well, there are various reasons why he should not:

-He may not have a horse yet
-This rocky outcrop could be an area that the horse cannot pass
-He may want to keep his horse out of danger, in case there are enemies ahead
-He's a better shot with his bow while on foot
-He could be on a mission to find his horse
-This version of Link might not even have a horse

But I'd the say the main reason is that I wanted to draw him on foot.
So I've got to disagree with you.

However, I appreciate your score of 9.


Colorful!

I love the cell shading and the lighting in the picture. The pose is nice and action-y as well!

I have a question for you; do you draw your lines by hand and then transfer them to a computer? Or do you do it entirely on a program?


Brakkenimation responds:

Thanks for your review!

To answer you question: Yes, I drew the lines on paper, scanned 'em in and sent it to Zachula for colouring.
Occasionally I'll create the entire piece on the computer, but I find my hand is steadier when drawing traditionally.
Hope that helps :)


: 3

I love the legend of zelda! and the coloring and shading is done really well! wish I could use an art program like this


People find this review helpful!
Brakkenimation responds:

Thanks dude!
Just practice! That's all it takes :)

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4.32 / 5.00

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Nov 23, 2010 | 11:55 PM EST
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