"This is an awesome drawing depicting nearly everyone in The Legend of Zelda series - in celbration of the franchise's 25th anniversary"
Talk about eipc! I only wish I had a computer screen in those dimensions to see it big without scrolling.
This is worth printing out at Kinko's or something it's that good.
Do you remember the game Ikaruga? That game right now reminds me of this image. With that title my friends and I would purposely play on one of our smaller tv's only so we can turn it sideways.
Download the big one. It's good enough to be a boxart (a very large box would be necessary though lol).
I wonder if the artist like Mortal Kombat enough to do a mega pice with everyone in the series?
Sorry I got sidetracked by Ikaruga but beautiful art. I especially like the Majora's Mask scene towards the bottom with the moon and the kids in the field all wearing a mask. It's actually a game I would like to see remade in today's age (or Nintendo's next system) because that's one of their best pieces ever imo. Congrats on turning 25 Zelda!
That's what Animeshinbun needs: more featured artists like this that kick major ass. Give credit to the smaller guys out there for they'll one day be drawing our animes and our videogames.
Nintendo should hire this guy for their boxarts..
That's so awesome! Probably the best Zelda artwork I've seen. So much detail. I'd love to get this printed to hang on my wall.
I can't believe they didn't link to the "making of" Here's the link, 15 minute video of the picture being created with added Zelda soundtracks. Very awesome. http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Aha! So that's where I'd seen it before. I knew I recognized this from somewhere.
Need a larger monitor to fully respect the artwork.
thats wicked....is that a wall scroll? can it be purchased online? i would buy that
Should be a wall scroll!
Nice time lapse video, nice details, but he left out the kangaroo from Zelda: Oracle of ages.
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