While many Nintendo fans may have turned their attention to the upcoming The breath of nature 2due to be released next year, some keep reverting to the original Breath of the wild. In addition to playing, the talented gamers have made impressive fan art based on the best-seller Zelda title. For example, one artist gave the 2017 game a retro makeover.
Recently, an artist known as 1TZAH on Twitter shared a piece of art he had created on The legend of Zelda series. Specifically, the artist decided to create characterized works of art Breath of the wild. However, this fan art stood out because it reinvented the look of the game on older hardware. According to the creator, they had decided to create a title screen for Breath of the wild it looked like it belonged to SNES and the result did not disappoint.
In the GIF shared by 1TZAH, Link and Zelda sat beside a stream as the sun set behind the Dueling Peaks in Breath of the wild. Also, the art featured the Master Sword near the water. At the top of the screen, the artist included the name of the game while the text “PRESS START” flashed at the bottom. As if that weren’t enough, 1TZAH also had several subtle animations, such as leaves flying through the air, Link and Zelda’s hair fluttering in the wind, and trees and flowers swaying back and forth.
Not surprisingly, numerous fans of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild commented on the fan art created by 1TZAH. Since the artist shared the artwork, more than 17.6,000 users have enjoyed the art. Among the comments, gamers praised the retro look of the design. Notably, one fan, known as AjthreetJ on Twitter, said he liked that the artist chose to have Link and Zelda looking out to the horizon at sunset.
Interestingly, this title screen graphic based on Breath of the wild was born due to a poll in which the artist asked community members to vote on which one Zelda the game was their favorite. For those interested, 1TZAH revealed that they planned to make a version for the background. Specifically, they intended to bring it to the Wallpaper Engine on Steam.
It is often thrilling to see members of the gaming community create such amazing works of art based on their favorite games and series. In addition to this reinterpretation of the graphics of the title screen Breath of the wild as a SNES game, other fans have made creations based on the series. For example, another player created an animation inspired by The legend of Zelda for a course in their university. Like the release of The breath of nature 2 approaching, it will be interesting to see if the hype encourages other fans to make even more incredible artwork based on the popular series.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available on Switch and Wii U.
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