A Link Between Worlds is considered by many to be a modern day classic, bringing Zelda back to its initial roots of adventure and exploration. While it had a nostalgia factor by using A Link to the Past’s overworld map as its base, it also was able to stand on its own two feet by way of new gameplay mechanics and a brand new story.

MichelRT of Deviantart created this beautiful drawing of the Master Sword in the Lost Woods, accompanied by both Hyrule’s Triforce and Lorule’s inverted Triforce. It has a very impressionistic style to it, blending various colors together while at the same time creating something very special that instantly catches your eye. A Link Between Worlds is a fantastic game, and MichelRT’s “The Legend Of Zelda: ”A Link Between Worlds”” is a beautiful homage to this heartfelt title.

  • MischievousLittleImp

    That’s a beautiful art! Amazing work! Loved the art style!

  • CEObrainz

    Very nice stuff, looks like art you’d find in a game.

    As someone who doesn’t own a 3DS (so hasn’t played this game), can anyone tell me where the anti-triforce(?) originated from? I don’t understand if there were three goddesses or six now, I can’t seem to find much information that helps answer my question either….

    • DimensionalRanger

      It’s just Lorule (parallel version of Hyrule)’s version of the Triforce. Everything in Lorule is opposite to Hyrule (personalities, dungeons,etc) Even Princess Hilda, Zelda’s Lorule counterpart, has black hair instead of blond hair. Based on all of this, the Triforce would logically be flipped. Hope that helped.

      • CEObrainz

        That may be true but something must have created this parallel dimension? Thanks for the info though, I just wish Nintendo could explain some aspects a bit more even if they don’t focus “too much” on the story and lore.