Link Vs Darklink in the Water Temple
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Link Vs Darklink in the Water Temple

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Take this Motherf#$$, Oh What the Fu$%"#%!!!

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nice perspective



GASP! After seeing this I just sat there with my mouth open for like 3 mintues just enjoying the image. It's not that I am a Link Fanboy. Never even played Zelda but this image is soo cool. The perspective, the drama, the coloring, the poses, all soo good! In addition, due to the stress in Link's face countra the shade version you can tell that this battle is not going well. However, what impresses me most is the perspective! I've tried to do renderings from this angle and it's a pain to get the forshortening and everything else to work and you my friend, nailed it! I can't really fault it other than I'd liked a more dramatic background to fit the scene. It might be that the background fits well with the scene from the game but being a newb without that knowledge I feel like more could have been done there. Perhaps some dramatic clouds at least? Amazing work!


fabianlpineda responds:

I like to do this kind of perspectives in my animations. It is really difficult, that why I choose them, to improve my drawing skills.
And the simply Background is because in the game you have to fight with this copy of Link in a room like this, just a wet floor, a tree in the middle and a white background; and ok, the gates. That's the main reason, and the other is that I don't have time to make elaborated backgrounds :D. I'm an animator.

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