I was so hyped after watching Nintendo’s latest Wii U Zelda’s reveal trailer that i had to draw it,especially since i saw a lot of similarities to Princess Mononoke. Anyways,here’s an early tribute piece,enjoy!
and his big poofy hair. Said friend demanded I draw a scene about his new fluffy locks and summer humidity. Ask and ye shall receive? As much as I try to keep things loose and quick I always end up taking a long time!
Also let’s play the “Just how many different styles can I fit into one comic and how off model can I get ” game. Granted I don’t draw Gerudos like in the official illustrations, but I can’t seem to keep drawing the same face/style twice. Also, this was meant to be silly so if you feel dialog is out of character, it’s because it more than probably is.
Anyway, I’ll probably be sparse within the next few days (weeks) so you can all rest easy. No more crazy reblogs or dumb doodles of ninja turtles and Zelda :p
EDIT: In case anyone is interested in just the bottom illustration:
There are only a few days to go now, but the UK launch trailer for Twilight Princess HD has just been released, and with it comes a wealth of new images. In the trailer, we get an updated look at nearly every environment, as well as most characters, several cutscenes and even a few boss/miniboss battles. Strangely, Ilia appears to be the only character with a particularly different face in the new version (GC/Wii on the left, Wii U on the right).
Honestly though, after that trailer, there’s only one face I care about.
The updated environments and graphics look incredible and though it’ll be a little jarring playing as the left-handed Link from the GameCube version in the right-handed world of the Wii version (as I said in this post), Friday can’t get here soon enough. Twilight Princess HD is releasing March 4 in the Americas and Europe.
Trailer for Bayonetta Anime as Action Packed as Games
Perhaps even more so.
Bayonetta: Bloody Fate is being led by Afro Samurai director Fuminori Kizaki, and produced by Studio Gonzo. The anime follows Bayonetta through the events of Bayonetta 1, which includes countless battles with angels in attempts to discover her past.
The anime is up for pre-order today, and will be launching Oct. 21, just in time for Bayonetta 1+2 on Wii U. Check out the trailer for yourself here. [❤]