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Wow this took a while. This is my second Link because the colors were waaay off in the first. He didn’t have the sword and shield either so I’m glad I started over. No comparison shot with a penny this time; just trying to practice different ways to photograph these things. It doesn't help that I don’t have the best camera in the world and it’s frustrating sometimes T^T. 

Link Pendent
:bulletred: 339 White Toho Seed Beads + 13 precolored
:bulletorange: Acrylics: 22 colors
:bulletyellow: Gold Head Pins
:bulletgreen: Gloss Varnish
:bulletblue: 1¼ x 2⅛ inches

Zelda Pin
:bulletred: 304 White Toho Seed Beads + 15 precolored
:bulletorange: Acrylics: 26 colors
:bulletyellow: Gold Head Pins
:bulletgreen: Gloss Varnish
:bulletblue: 1 x 2⅛ inches

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures © Nintendo

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I love the legend of Zelda!!!! its my favorite game of all time! I have to admit, these are simply adorable and I love them! Its amazing how you made the beads have the effect of shading yet made it so cute! I think the idea was precious but wasn't the master sword silver? its still awesome anyway. I commend you for the way you could make it have depth but also make have it the cute originality of the pixels. the pink of Zelda's dress is perfect and the green of link's tunic is spot on too. where can I buy one now?!
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I think you did an excellent job with this pair. Painting some of the beads before you put them together allowed you to add a softness to the sprites that otherwise isn't there in the usual pieces you see up here with perler and other beads.
Bravo on some beautiful art! Out of curiosity, how to you put the head-pins in on both sides of the work and does it add stability to the finished product, or was that an artistic preference to give it a more finished look? Either way, I personally think that it gives you a wonderful looking finished product and look forward to seeing much more work done in this way.
Don't worry about time, since yours definitely seems to be paying off on these pieces.
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KirbBrimstone Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
Awesome.
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Zebucompany Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
holy jesus
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:iconauxeru:
auxeru Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014
:lol:!
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CaldoRosa Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
They are so cute
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auxeru Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014
Thank you! :thanks:
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247wkman Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014
that sword looks suspicious...
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auxeru Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014
Oh rely? :paranoid:
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ixpipoca Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014  Student General Artist
ahhhhhhhh i wish i had it!!! *-*
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borysbrytva Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wonderful! :-)
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auxeru Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
Thanks! :)
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