We’ve all have dealt with adventures of Link, at some point. It’s that particular type of pop culture phenomenon, that you don’t have to be a whiz at to discuss with someone. Besides, it’s so convenient that each edition has its own course of events with new incarnations of the main characters — in terms of chit-chat at the party and creating a Legend of Zelda fan art.
There must be something with Japanese game developers and the princess rescue theme — don’t say that you haven’t compared Legend of Zelda with Mario adventures for once (psss, we’ve got Mario fan art covered as well, by the way). Whatever that is, they sure know how to make an engaging plot, wrapped into a colorful magic world. How can it not become an inexhaustible source for creative concepts, fresh ideas and story-based illustrations?
Dare to admire the Link and Zelda fan art, shown in their unique representation! You can think of it as a little exercise for imagination: pretend like you’re playing the newly-released game, created in the original style. It can be super-realistic or too cartoonish on the contrary, who said this version of Hyrule can’t exist? Still, they all are united by the absolutely gorgeous fantasy forest nature theme, granting each parallel universe a vast space for all the ideas to thrive on.
I love how much people dwell on Princess Zelda fan art concepts, she can appear so different! Bob cut, accompanied by a warrior-like posture and a suitable outfit, or the feminine wisdom-carrying ruler with a long floating waterfall of hair. Superb in any disguise, she might become a costume-reference for your next Halloween party!
An extraordinary illustrator, also known as Milka. Fan of magic and unicorns, she delivers tons of inspiration with every artwork. Thrilled to see her running the fascinating wallpapers section on The Designest.