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OoT: Skulltula vs Link by Jofiel

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Inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, that moment when I first encountered that creepy spider and my initial reaction to it.

I graduated with a Bachelor and Science in Media Arts and Animation from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and still working on improving my art. I moved from Fort Lauderdale to San Francisco to attend the the Academy of Art University where I’m currently working to get my MFA in Visual Development (Concept Art). If I could sum up my greatest ambition in just a one sentence, it would be: To share all that I have learned on my journey as an artist to the future generations of artists.

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  • pertheseus
    pertheseusover 2 years ago

    awesome shiznet bro

  • FuranSan
    FuranSanover 2 years ago

    Sweet! :D

  • Italiux
    Italiuxover 2 years ago

    I hope you are Henry A. Yamada, the autor of this piece

  • I am. :P lol

    – Jofiel

  • DREWWISE
    DREWWISEover 2 years ago

    Excellent!

  • Woot!

    – Jofiel

  • Liam Liberty
    Liam Libertyover 2 years ago

    Very cool!

  • I’m glad you like it. :)

    – Jofiel

  • Pedro Pianozza
    Pedro Pianozzaover 2 years ago

    this is awesome. i love the zelda saga and i freakin’ love this artwork. GREAT JOB!

  • Thanks! :D

    – Jofiel

  • MechaDragon
    MechaDragonabout 2 years ago

    I’d love this as a shirt with the image across the entire shirt (instead of just a box in the middle).

  • I would too, actually.

    – Jofiel

  • LoneAngel
    LoneAngelabout 2 years ago

    fabulous work .. would love to see this in my group Mystical Magical Creatures

  • For sure, dude, that would be great!

    – Jofiel

  • allstarchampion
    allstarchampionalmost 2 years ago

    Has to be one of my favorite Zelda drawings

  • SoLander
    SoLanderover 1 year ago

    Awesome composition and use of color. It definitely reminds me of when those freaky things would drop down out of no where. I think you and I have a similar drawing style, use rich colors and focus on light source. I tend to get a little heavy on the outlining though, you have a great eye for using highlights to define edges. This is probably my favorite legend of zelda work I’ve seen so far. Great job!

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