Freelance artist Nate Hallinan creatures his own realisitic renditions of what some Legend of Zelda creatures might look like.
That looks amazing espically the huge spider
Wow, Kid's got some major talent
This is absolutely incredible. When I was a kid playing Ocarina I never realized that the Skulltulas were actually spiders to be completely honest. This guy really hit it out of the park.
wuuuuuuuuuuut??? :0 So you figured the the 8 legs & bzillion spider webs were just a coincidence? lol :D Anyways i agree. His entire gallerry is amazing.
Lol I just figured it was a skeleton head with legs popping out of it. That picture was really an eye opener for me.
Damn. Wish i could do that.
Dear Nintendo, hire him for a future movie project.
Man. After looking at his whole gallery, this guy is very talented.
That skulltula is just one giant "NOPE!" that I am very very glad I will never run into IRL. Amazing realism. So real it sets off my Arachnophobia... Nintendo should pay this man to do some official artwork of one of the games.
is that an eye in the right eyesocket? creepy
might as well call this N4imgur.com
Impressive!!! I like the Goron...:o
A Legend Of Zelda with this type of designs would be really cool. The reason I liked Twilight Princess more than the other 3D Zeldas was because it just felt more adult to me due to the art direction.
That depiction of Idris Elba as Green Lantern...why has this not happened yet?
yeah whats the hold up
I don't think realism suits Zelda... He's very talented but I would rather my Zelda game to look more like the Zelda tech demo! Way too many games are chasing realistic designs these days. These images look like something more out of a Dark Souls game than Zelda.
I hate spiders... Looks great, even though LoZ should NEVER go the realistic route. I wouldn't want the franchise to copy the Borderlands style, but those two games are a great example of a "realistic" character design combined with a delightfully cartoony aesthetic. I have no problem with LoZ staying entirely cartoony though. Honestly, the art style isn't what needs the update the most; but I digress.
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