Zelda Folder Art (1999)

Well, it’s almost time. Breath of The Wild will be launching soon and the hype train is moving full steam ahead (Possibly missing a Spirit Tracks pun here). In honor of the new release I dug up some more of my shitty Zelda art brought to you by the younger version of myself. (Possibly missing an Ocarina of Time pun here).

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Front Cover

You may notice the giant stamp in the top right corner of the front cover. If you can imagine this, I was considered a problem kid because I would draw pictures in class quite often. After a few warnings, my teacher decided she would stamp my art with a signature stamp so I “wouldn’t forget” to pay attention in class… I don’t even remember what she taught.

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Back Cover

Epona hasn’t been running for a few years…

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Inside Flap

 

Author: The War Doctor

I have responsibilities, a job, kids, bills. This little page is the only thing that lets me remember the thrill of creativity I once took for granted in my youth. I hope you enjoy my failing mental health.

2 thoughts on “Zelda Folder Art (1999)”

  1. OMG, I never thought of the hype train/Spirit Tracks pun potential before! I think young you did a great job with these. I use to draw stuff on my folders in school too. I had zero talent, but it was mostly Homer Simpson related.

    Glad to see a new post from you too. On a completely selfish note, would you mind if I hit the “Reblog” button on that awesome Fandom comic you did a while back? Truthfully, I haven’t been able to wipe the smug smirk off my face since I read it, haha.

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