Princess Zelda – Charcoal Portrait Drawing – Fine Art – Illustration

Continuing on with my Legend of Zelda miniseries, I decided to add a piece into the mix with more of a fine art vibe to it. So far I’ve worked up a few ink and watercolour illustrations with a few more planned, this piece however is a charcoal drawing; with the intention of later being an oil painting.

Let’s get straight to the artwork…

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Princess Zelda – Charcoal

I really wanted to try and capture a Renaissance era feel to this portrait, I took it as though I had been officially commissioned by Hyrule royalty to capture the essence of Princess Zelda, ready to immortalise her in oil paint at a later date.

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That’s about it for this post, I’ve got a few more Legend of Zelda inspired illustrations coming in the next fortnight leading up to the Zelda Creator Con so stay tuned for those!

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