broken-link-finalDavid Cousens from PSDFan has posted a Photoshop tutorial describing the process through which he created a pretty impeccable work of art depicting Link in his Deku Scrub form from Majora’s Mask. The artwork is top-notch, but the tutorial is not for the faint of heart. If you’re not 100% comfortable in Photoshop and lack artistic skill, I wouldn’t give this tutorial a go for yourself – but for looking into the fanart-making process, Cousens’s tutorial shines. Anybody looking to create Zelda fan art – or any art at all – could use the tips presented in his tutorial. Even seasoned artists might find a few basics they’ve been overlooking inside.

Check it out for yourself here. You won’t regret it!

  • Average Gamer

    That picture of Deku Link is awesome. By combining the features of Link and the Deku Butler's Son rather than leaning one way or the other you've created an awesome piece of nightmare fuel.

  • ChainofTermina

    looks kinda… flakey

  • ChainofTermina

    looks kinda… flakey.
    though portraying Tatle as both a ball of light and a humanoid is pretty cool

  • KeporaGebora

    I really liked this. I love to draw characters from zelda in a more realistic way, and it´s really helpful to see others work (Trought i´m not at all as good at them, ehe.) to get inspiration. The only thing i did´nt like with this picture was that Kepora Gebora, or the owl, looked more like a raven than a owl. But that´s maybe just me.. 😉 Great job.

  • Luisa

    Very helpful tutorial, and the final piece is wonderful 🙂

  • Dax

    Looks like Howard the Duck a little.

  • Great tutorial! I do this kind of stuff in my spare time and it`s really nice to see some other works and compare the results. Good work!