Everything was drawn from scratch.
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2nd artwork done for my Zelda Theophany project!
This artwork represents the scene when Link (cursed as a Deku Scrub and befriends the fairy Tatl) enters Termina for the first time through the clock tower in town. Coming up he is about to meet a very important character…
I completely remodelled the Clock tower from the actual game's design.
Next up: Terrible Fate!
- • Artwork based on Theophany's incredible Majora's Mask remix album (the second track called "The Clockworks"), which you can find here.
The Legend of Zelda is © to the Nintendo company.
I noticed that you don't have this print up for sale which is a shame cause I would love to put this on my wall. Could I get your permission to make a print of it?
Unfortunately I don't want too many of my fan art pieces to become prints - this being one of them. It's because of copyright issues to the respectful owners.
Cuz I want them on my wall
Oh my god.... this picture...
It totally captures the feel of the Clock Tower!
Okay, THIS one is phenomenal. Again, with the detail, in every inch, in every crevice, is breathtaking. The perspective in this one though, is just...guh The way you executed it easily draws the viewer's eye up the entire piece, to the blue light seeping through the ceiling, to the impressively done cogs working the Clock Tower, to feeling and reliving the endlessness of the situation you were thrust in as a gamer your first playthrough... words cannot express how much I enjoy your work, truly.
Anyway, I was wondering if I could use this for an assignment. (Web development course, so it's a website).
I guess this is more to ask for persmission for the latter, but if you request it, I can remove it from my assignment.
To be clear, I'm talking about using the website to show my work and it's actually not nearly as common as you might think for website owners to have directly created their artwork. Actually I would say at least 90% don't, commercial websites will commission artwork, or buy images from places like shutter-shock.
I wouldn't see it as using someone's else artwork to show off my own stuff anyway though, as I'm a programmer and not a graphic artist, so creating things like background images isn't part of my job.
But, ending my little rant, thank you very much for allowing me to use your work for my project and of course, I'll respect your decision and I'll remove it from the website if I should use it for promotional purposes.