Catherine Fitzsimmons
(@Jinx)

Hero of Hyrule
Hero of Hyrule by Catherine Fitzsimmons (@Jinx)

Hey, I actually drew Link's hair the right length. This is another newly finished old picture. I'd like to say it was originally sketched summer '02, but I don't know how accurate that is. Some parts of the sketch were redrawn before scanning.

Category:
Fan Art - Game
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Finished Work
Submitted:
17 years and 231 days ago
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Posted: Wednesday, 13 April, 2005 @ 02:59 PM

I like how the shading isn't blocky but smooth. That and the blurry background makes the focus of the rawing more clear. I really like the stance. All in all, I really like it.

-Sondilyn (aka Silfan)

Posted: Wednesday, 13 April, 2005 @ 06:27 PM

Very nice! I really like the crispness of the lines and the subtle shading. ^^ The shading around his face is especially well done. As Silfan stated, the blurry bg makes the subject more clear. However, I kind of wish the bg was a bit sharper in the foreground. When working with such a pose, the foreground should be more defined. Great job all around though! ^^

Posted: Thursday, 14 April, 2005 @ 11:37 AM

oh i like! ;) very awsome!!

Posted: Tuesday, 11 October, 2005 @ 11:34 AM

Hey! Cool picture of Zelda, I like how he stands out from the background. It`s a really cool picture! ~_^

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