This may be old news, but I can't believe I never posted about it. On March 22nd, 2012 I was featured on The Talent of Zelda Informer! This totally made my day, and even now I am still so happy to have my work on their blog. You should really check them out if you're a Zelda fan like I am.
This is the first entry in a series of posts focusing on one piece of my early work at a time. It was originally titled, Too Late. I honestly don't remember why I called it that, I guess I thought it was deep or something. Silly me.
I drew it in 2003 as a sophomore in high school. I was about 16 years old. I was really influenced by Anime/Manga at the time. But I was horrible at drawing those big, teary, ANIME eyes...so I casually hid them in Link's bangs.
I hope you're excited. You should be.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is going to be released tomorrow night. I am going to be there in line at midnight. Yep, Imanerd.
I don't hide it. As a matter of fact, most of my fan art is Zelda related as it is. I just love it. For more than a game, I think the story has life to it. The protagonist, Link (the one in green) is a clear example of courage, selfless giving, and he's chivalrous. The music is unforgettable, too. The series is epic. That's all I can say.