Commission for and Zelda for her story based on Legends of Zelda , Ocarina of time. I think it's the same Zelda you know, just this one is drawn in a different style without sleeves (in purpose). And probably has a different story
Featured watcher (I decided to feature some of my watchers that I believe deserve more attention) and her lovely anime drawings. I especially liked traditional like this:
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This looks great! But, Zelda from Ocarina of Time (That i belive this is based on) never plays harp during the game (only as sheik)! Not saying that this is relevant or something from that sort, ya know? I'm just.... "pointing out"...
To everyone who now wants Precia to draw XYZ character: Wait for her next commission list and prepare to pony up the money for her TIME. That said, I am so utterly happy to see Zelda from OoT in Precia's style. She comes from an earlier game and is often shadowed by more recent incarnations such as Twilight Princess Zelda, or Skyward Sword Zelda when it comes to a subject of LoZ fanart. (On a side note, I'm also happy that A Link Between Worlds has revived fanart of LTTP Zelda.) She was the first Zelda that the player got to know more about beside her status as a damsel in distress and she wore a lot of important hats in the game: Sheik, Sage of Time, Keeper of the Triforce of Wisdom, Princess of Hyrule... Precia's version of her, based on how I answered her questionnaire, does an excellent job of showing her mortality (the body sketch), her regality (her frontal and side art), and glimpses of Zelda as herself without the burden of all that was placed on her (clutching her arm, peaceful in the tub, smelling a rose). There's so much detail in this single character sheet and it's really something special and unique. I'm glad that others are enjoying it as well ^^ <3
Why are all your commissions to beautiful? You have such a unique way that it's awesome! I do love how you show the lineart and then the colouring! It's a really cool kind of commission and people can get a lot out of it instead of one picture
i love your art and follow you, and i noticed something and thought i might see what you think. you make very pretty faces. i noticed though, that when you make younger looking character sheets (like this one) the front facing faces look youthful, but your profiles and partial side views tend to look older. is it deliberate to show they are older than they appear?