Ocarina of the Wind

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Ocarina of the Wind

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Hey, Listen!

I have been playing a lot of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time recently and loving every second of it. I loved it when it came out, and I love it all over again today. I was thinking of replaying The Wind Waker directly after completing my current run through. I am curious to see if after all these years the game still holds up.

The Wind Waker is a direct sequel to Ocarina of time, even though for some reason the visual styles are very different. So this is my interpretation of what Ocarina of Time would look like if the team from The Wind Waker got their hands on the remake.

Couple of things done differently, I used a water colour brush to get a more story book feel to the drawing, and used a recycled paper texture to match the look of the game's promotional artwork. Funny story, I actually had to flip this drawing after scanning it because I accidentally drew the Ocarina mirrored. ALSO, I listened to a lot of wind instrument music while working on this piece... I so want to learn to play the Ocarina.


That stance makes him look like he was running and playing his Ocarina. Its a really accurate version of the paper looking Wind Waker Link.

Good job the coloring and design strikes extremely close to the wind waker design

Im about to cry...

nah just kidding xD but i like the wind waker style


A very good drawing of Link. Nice coloring.. simple.... awesome. Keep it up!


When someone as awesome as Link is playing a song on an ocarina, you shut your mouth!

Jokes aside, nice work Torogoz!

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4.68 / 5.00

Jul 10, 2011 | 7:39 AM EDT
File Info
711 x 1046 px
330.9 kb

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