My mistake! 3DS it is! I'll give Ocarina of Time a try as soon as I get a 3DS. The two Zelda games I have played are Link's Awakening and Link to the Past. I played Link's Awakening on Game Boy and Link to the Past on Game Boy Advance. Since I never owned a console system, it was the next best thing.
so there are oddly 3 options -the 2ds a cheaper version of the 3ds that gets rid of useless features to cut the price also was intended for younger kids but is still plenty usable non the less the price is around $120 -original 3ds with everything that is all good and such also much more portable then the 2ds price is around $160 -3ds Xl with enhancing the screen by 70% it shows visuals very nicely and has a nice mat finish the bigger screens also allow your movements to be 5% more accurate with a stylis only flaw is that it is very unportable and has a $200 price tag
Good day, I've recently favourited your artwork for the purpose of commentary. Alright, let's see what we have here...
First of all, I have to admit the background left a little to be desired and even with the Tri-Forces on display, I wasn't entirely sure what the idea was behind the entire thing. Considering how wondrous the worlds of Zelda can be, it seemed kind of empty and dull.
However, the rest of the piece was rather impressive, and, taking a quick glance at your previous work, a marked improvement in several ways. You're continually expressing ideas and might I add, with age, you're expressing them WAY better than before.
Link is captured very well, from the flowing hair to his piercing blue eyes, from the proper shield to a very well-designed sword, considering the lack of tools involved (I'd assume you just used pencils?)
Good little details on the bracelet, as well as his equipment, and of course his iconic outfit, complete a very well-done depiction of the Legend of Zelda. Overall, you've done well, and it's a great little tribute to such a memorable video game character. A more imaginative background would've done wonders, but hey, keep learning the way you do, and you'll soon be wowing gaming fans of all ages. Keep up the good work!