Friday, July 24, 2009

'We're Gonna Need a Bigger Rucksack' Final


Maybe I'll tweak it some more, but it's basically done! My entry for ASOP's 8-Bit and Beyond Video Games Art show. Link's all ready to trek around Hyrule with literally everything except the kitchen sink!

13 comments:

GOGOPEDRO said...

Looks great to me...

God I have to haul ass on my showpiece already.

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anthony pedro said...

yoooooooooo!!! this came out stunning. the lighting and mood on this is phenomenal. feel like im right there.

Chris Whetzel said...

Very nice shadows. Great piece.

jorsh pena said...

damn thats pretty cool, excellent job!

Eric Braddock said...

This looks, great! Wow, I love what you've done with the lighting. This turned out really awesome. :)

judebuffum said...

Love it!

Chogrin said...

Superb! Makes me want to replay a Link to the past! ^_^

pw! said...

your concept is so fun and clever, but the piece came out epic. what you did is no easy task, and the arrangement as well as the lighting on everything is remarkable. you should be super proud. i can't stop looking and smiling at this thing

Leon McPherson said...

Very awesome piece, that's one aspect of Link journey that I've never really thought about. And you've brought it out to the table in an beautiful piece!

Collie MIlls said...

AAAAaahhhhh!!! I have no words. only screams of amazement. I can't wait to see this show

Kim Herbst said...

wowee! Thanks guys! Much appreciated! Now if it can just get safely to its destination once I get it all framed this weekend!!!

f said...

Wow, this is the most depressing LoZ fan art I have ever seen. Dudes worked his butt off doing everything he can to save the princess, yet there is no map or compass to her heart. All the material possessions in Hyrule aren't enough to fill his heart container.

Ben said...

Just seen your art of this piece in a hotel in San Francisco, as soon as I saw it I'm loved it, and definitely thinking of purchasing it, just hoping it comes framed :)

Great piece and love all the detail and the equipment.

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