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4.31 / 5.00

Jun 13, 2010 | 10:28 PM EDT
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1024 x 768 px
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Author Comments

This is a piece which I should really update someday... The texturing is shoddy and the shield is a little iffy, but people tend to like the composition of the scene so I thought I would share it anyway.

Made in Anim8or.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

One word: Awesome!

Dude, i hear you critisizing this, but it is awesome, writing is thing ad the shading and textures are just brilliant.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

no bad!

must improve ambience/pattern for perfect wallpaper zelda fan!

Dioccino responds:

Thanks -- It definitely has room for improvement. If people keep asking for it I may work on it sooner than later.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Nice, that's mah favorite Zelda game.

Dioccino responds:

I agree! OoT was the pinnacle of 3D Zeldas, just as Link to the Past was the pinnacle of 2D Zeldas. Thanks!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

almost perfect

it's overall gret exept for one single detail... thelogo.
As you pasted the original logo image over your own render, notice that the light angle beatween them does not match. it seriously makes a lot of noice (is in fact one of the most common fails on photo-editing). either while changing your focus position or rediong the logo in the same 3D file (in order to make the light angle match) would make a perfect piece out of it.

Again, the render is great, it just one step away of 10/10

Dioccino responds:

It seems you think I took the original Zelda logo merely pasted it on my image, but in fact I modeled the logo too (here is the wireframe with the exception of the gold text, which was added in paint shop pro. However the logo was indeed rendered separately from the original scene. If you didn't mean I just copy/pasted the official logo, that's okay--I didn't take offense either way :)

The lighting is different on it for two reasons: the first being that it helped to balance out the image's composition, as I felt that area was too empty and dark. The second reason being that logos generally aren't created to "blend" with an environment's lighting, but to give the logo it's own feel and even stand out. And if I had matched the lighting to the scene, the light would be coming from underneath the logo, giving it somewhat more of a sinister feel.

Thanks for the comment and checking out my work! Don't think I'm dismissing your critique--I appreciate you taking the time to leave some feedback.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Im a huge fan of Zelda even if I dont have any nintendo console anymore.. This picture makes me wanna buy a wii just to play the twilight princess one haha! anyways. This picture is incredible.. the swords.. the shield.. the steps.. the name the light effect.. Stunning.

Dioccino responds:

Thanks man, I appreciate the kind words!