The Wind Waker Tribute

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An evil wind is blowing...

In a flooded land, far away, deemed for eternal agony. Where the only residue of hope lies in an ancient legend, nearly forgotten. On an island, isolated from the rest of the world. A boy's birthday takes a tragic turn, when his sister get's kidnapped. Thus giving him the incentive to set sail and leave the island, embarking upon an arduous quest into the unknown, in order to save his sister.

Now along his journey, he must find the courage to not only save his sister, but also the world. The courage to reawaken the legend.

In this legend...
A new adventure...
Is about...
To unfold...

This is The Legend Of Zelda!

Here it is on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSYlE8ueyZk

All rights to the "Zelda" Franchise belong to Nintendo


You don't see this very often..
Great details and overall animation, this is what a tribute should look like!

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It looks like real gameplay UwU amazing work, dude!!!!

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Holy hell, this is amazingly done. Fantastic work man, keep it up!

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Rustyhound responds:

Thanks alot friend! I'm just doing my everyday stuff ;)

This was amazing, just amazing, words can not describe my jaw drop. Wind Waker is my favorite Zelda game and this did it great justice. Congrats. :D

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Rustyhound responds:

Awhh yeeeh... that's great to hear man! It's a great game that came out during a great time, for me this game represents an exuberant era of my life (I like to believe it does so for many others as well). So being able to bring this justice makes me glad!

Definately great artwork and enjoyable to watch. Maybe try using post it notes as a medium. I think that might make this look even better if you can pull it off correctly.

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Rustyhound responds:

Thanks! Your suggestion sounds interesting.

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4.09 / 5.00

Jun 6, 2015
7:26 AM EDT