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The Legend of Enki: Pilgrimage of the Wild

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Here's my entry for Tale of Enki: Pilgrimage Art Contest!


I just recently delved into Breath of the Wild, and had the epiphany of recreating Gargan and cohorts in the style of Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild after learning that Tale of Enki: Pilgrimage draws some inspiration from Zelda games. It was really tricky though trying to capture the style and making the colors match with the in-game background, as well as attempting to keep the characters in perspective.


Funny thing: This piece was around 50% done when the original psd file got corrupted after a power outage. It hurt as much as overwriting your saved game of an rpg. After going through the 5 stages of grief I decided to just do it all over again.


Remember kids, always make backups of your favorite project files!

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This was amazing

So this was pretty amazing work you have here the backround ill touch on first some really detailed and indepth visuals the characters themeslf so intense and a great structure of the characters, so with this piece no need for changes or suggestions it was a pleasenent piece of art.

~~SUGGESTED IDEAS~~
so with this piece no need for changes or suggestions it was a pleasenent piece

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Really nice 😀

All that green... it really feels like summer! Hazy, with sunshine filtering through the canopy... love the character design and subtle logo placement too, but the green: that's really the highlight of this piece to me. Atmosphere: just perfect.

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Winnie the Pooh in the back :D

Yo! I haven't seen the other entrants but boy is this going to be hard to beat. Well done dude.

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KarlSia
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Feb 19, 2019
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