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Definitely prefer scrappy kid-adventurer Link.

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I love how you used the old suit/tunic for him and how everything looks so realistic! its really good and you should keep it up. [6 stars]

damn that is good and simple! you have to teach me how to draw comic environments o_o !!!
like the style ..old comics remind me of my childhood.

Big fan of this whole project and in this piece in particuar I especially love the river that he's running in.

I'm now starting to wonder if you'll do a Zelda II set.

Part of the nostalgia also comes from the enemies names. Because without the internet, no one today would ever know the names of the enemies from the first 2 Zeldas unless you began playing when the games were new.

nathanandersonart responds:

I know a lot of people wanted me to do some Zelda 2 stuff, though these big fanart projects take quite a bit of time to do.

I've done a couple isolated enemies from 2 though, the Iron Knuckle and one of the lizard-dudes; Geru I think it was. :)

I love this!!
Reminds me of some sort of 80's cartoon, specially for the eyes, great work!!

nathanandersonart responds:

Thanks! :)

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Uploaded
Apr 27, 2019
10:26 PM EDT
Category
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1156 x 1539 px
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1.6 MB

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