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    Triforce Tributes Week 2: Show us your Zelda fan art
    • It’s the second week of Triforce Tributes, our final sendoff celebration of the 30th Anniversary of The Legend of Zelda. Last week we asked you to submit photos of your precious Zelda collections, and we received some fantastic submissions. This week, we’re changing it up; we want to see your fan art. Read more about Triforce Tributes in the announcement thread: Announcing Triforce Tributes: A special 30th anniversary of Zelda celebration for the fans

      We’re asking you to share with us artwork that represents your favorite thing(s) in the series. It doesn’t have to be some elaborate Photoshop creation either; it could be something you drew in a notebook when you were 10 years old or something that you made in Microsoft Paint. All that matters is that you made it with love and passion for the series.
      You can submit your artwork on this page. View all of the artwork submitted in this gallery.

      Nintendo Australia is graciously supporting this celebration by doing something really special. We’re going to be selecting 10 of our favorites, and those artists will receive three pieces of artwork, complete with a gold-foil trim straight out of Nintendo’s vaults.

      This celebration is open to everyone regardless of where you live. It’s also not a straight-up competition; don’t assume we’re only looking for masterpieces worthy of being hung in the Louvre. It could be glorified stick figures for all we care; as long as it demonstrates your passion for Zelda, it’s still worthy in our eyes.

      If you’re like me and you make stick figures look bad, it’s okay! After this, there’s still four more weeks of our celebration yet to come, and each week will allow you to participate in different ways. You can read our official Triforce Tributes announcement to see what’s coming up in order to plan ahead. And speaking of planning ahead, tomorrow we’ll be announcing the guidelines for the final week of the celebration, which will feature fan-created videos.

      We plan to announce the winners of last week’s collection theme sometime next week. Similarly, we hope to announce the winners of this week’s fan art theme in two weeks.
      A famous explorer once said, that the extraordinary is in what we do, not who we are.