Well this is it. The final installment I’m my “wildly famous” Zelda stuff trilogy. We covered the Zelda things I was given in the first post. We covered the Zelda stuff I bought in the second one and now we face the final category
Zelda Stuff I Stole From My Childhood Friends.
No I’m just kidding. I never stole any of my friend’s Zelda stuff (they weren’t really my friends). The last segment is actually
Zelda Stuff I Made.
Many of these have already been featured on this blog, but I’ll try to keep it fresh since all of you devoted, raving fans are probably eager for some behind the scenes anyway.
First up, CLOTHES!
The Triforce is one of those perfect symbols because for those who know what it is, they are likely nerds as well, but for those who don’t know what it is, you don’t instantly expose your nerdiness. Rather they just assume you’re part of some creepy bird worshipping cult, which is far less disenfranchising. Click here to see the tutorial of how I made them.
Some more wearable art.
These necklaces were a ton of fun to make. I actually made one for each game so people could pick their favorite game and represent, fool.
These things are completely useless, but how can you resist them?
The pixelly perfection practically pulls you in.
I had a great time making this one! I call it Link.
Check out the tutorial here. I usually hate pictures of messy or crying kids because “Why would you ever want to remember that?” But something about this one makes me laugh every time I see it.
It may be a little arrogant for me to say this but I truly believe this is the best Lego depiction of Link on the internet.
Every so often I Google just to see if anyone else has come even close to this level of amazing. No one has. Try it… No seriously, try it. Click this to see more of my little plastic friend.
That’s pretty well everything I think. Check in soon to see what sort of shenanigans I get up to with a can of spray paint and a propane cylinder. It’ll be “explosive” fun. (not literally)