OK, after seeing the previous pic I commented on and then seeing this, then there's no doubt it's Zelda related! * u * What a beautiful concept! The stairs inside are so original! and OMG!! I SEE THE DRAWING LINK HAS ON THE BARK OF HIS TREE HOUSE!! u
Hoooooo! I love to take my time to give a good look to every detail there is on a picture when I love it! And besides Link's drawing I loved the other little pictures of the ocarina and of Kaepora (well, I think it might be him since he's an owl, but I might be wrong xD) and the rest, so cuuute! ^ 3 ^
>//U//< ahh! your to kind! hee hee~♪ I would recognize that anywhere! I can't help but take full view of such beautiful piece's like this. it's also a good way to learn as an artist myself. since OOT was my favorite childhood game (original nintendo 64 release in 1998 in america I was 7♪) I always replayed the storyline over and over and over again. I have beatn that game over 260something times and Still replay it to this day >//U//< So when i saw that picture it made me think about my first time playing it in 1998. ; U ; Great memories and history with that specific drawing for me indeed. xD
Aww that's so nice! I'm happy I could strike nostalgia like that for you ; U ; I feel the same way! My first Zelda game was Ocarina of Time, I played it when I was only 6! I feel so old x-D But it's always been my favorite, I love the classics :-D Thank you again <333 Btw I love your new avatar gif o 0 o Vulpix!! <3
I know right? Even Twilight Princess is 8 to 9 years old now! I always think back when i was 15 on how amazing that game was, but no matter how many times my friends said how badass TP was I always say OOT was the best one of the series, truely a remarkable storyline...unlike...*koffskywordswordkoff* it was okay game play just not what i was expecting...what is your opinion on Skyward Sword? have you played it?
I don't want to even BELIEVE that TP is that old! ; N ; It makes me feel so sad! Time is fleeting! D-x I feel like it only came out yesterday > o< Mind you, I didn't get the chance to play it until a couple of years after it had been released x-D I didn't have a Wii then v -v The wait was painful! I have played halfway through SS but I have yet to finish it I'm enjoying the development of the story very much so far C= Ghirahim is a unique one!
I have the Gamecube version of TP hee hee and yeah It makes me feel old too. I still play it like It was just yesterday that it came out. >u< omg The story to SS is so unqiue itself, of course I will give no spoilers away ; u ; and Ghirahim still scares me, but he was a very well created character as a matter of fact there is more to him than he appears ;D just wait til you get to the ending! No spoilers as I said before, but other than that, All I can say for him is he's been quite a intertaining creeper if i say so myself, but he's so freak'n hard to fight I spent forever each battle dodging and shooting arrows at him from a distance trying to figure out his weakness so fighting wise I enjoy him cuz he isn't obvious on where his weak point is and he seems to evolve more and more as a character as the game goes other than that he talks like he's a fabulous super villian that will B**ch slap you for getting in his way xD poor link, I wonder what goes through his head when Ghirahim talks that way to him. x'D I hope i didn't say to much...It took me 2 1/2 weeks to beat SS, without a book (I never use a book for LOZ unless it's for side stuff like poes or piece of heart). >n< counting the upgrades on potions and scavaging to upgrade weapons and sheilds I would say the fair added days would be a 5 extra more days. ; u ; It's okay if you use a book, but in my opinion it takes away from the adventure~what about you?
I may have mentioned this before... being a craftsy family of native persuasion, as a kid, my family taught me how to make dreamcatchers, and I made... oh, must've been at least the better part of 100 of all manner of sizes. Gave away more than I sold, and still have a box of unmoved ones... somewhere... It always feels so good to sell stuff you make, even if it's off of a rug in the middle of a field on a sunny day. You have to repress the urge to go, "R-really? You want to BUY one? One of THESE? That I made? With actual MONEY?! No! Thank YOU! I'm so moved, I think I'd even except NZDs! (jk)"