Link walking through Hyrule Field in a snowstorm. I really liked the sky in this one and the snow effect from Photoshop turned out to work well. Anyway, I guess this shows just how determined Link really is to save Hyrule.
The Link from Twilight Princess meets a grown-up Deku Tree Sprout; the new hero meets the old tree, thus "New Meets Old." Believe it or not, the Deku Tree model in this picture is the one from the N64 version of Ocarina of Time. I re-textured him to make him look better. I know that his eyebrows and mustache-thing are actually supposed to be bark and not leaves but I personally thought it looked better like this. Also I tried to make the area around Link and the Deku Tree look a bit more interesting than it does in the game so I added some bushes and tall grass.
A remake of [link] I feel that this one is a much better recreation of the Temple of Time from Ocarina of Time. I added many new things like the Triforce chandeliers and a special design on the rug that I made myself. I think this one has much more detail in it than the previous one and I am quite proud of how this turned out.
This is a scene I've had in the works for a month or two. I had the idea for it a long time ago and completely forgot about it until recently. I really liked this idea and I'm really happy with how it turned out.
This is another one that took over in place of the ones I've had sitting in progress, and again I feel that it was totally worth it. This one didn't even need that much PhotoShop work too, which is always nice. The light rays really make this scene to me, even if they did boost the render time quite a bit.
This is one of the scenes I've been mentioning that has been getting pushed back a lot. It's a pretty simple scene of a field filled with trees, mountains in the background (and a lake in the left-most side of them although I'm sure that can't be seen) and of course, Link is in it. I was going to leave with just the scenery but I changed my mind. The colors were enhanced a bit in PhotoShop and I added the blur in there as well. My favorite part about this is the scenery but especially the sky. I think it turned out really well and looks like one of my better skies.
Kind of a hurried, simple rendering of Arty. I read most of Lost Colony over holiday break, but I haven't gotten a chance to touch it since. Maybe I should have read it instead of drawing this. Ah well. Back to work now.