Friday Fan Art Round-Up for May 9th, 2014


Geekdad News Writer
Jan 5, 2013
Friday Fan Art Round-Up for May 9th, 2014

The Legend of Zelda, Metal Gear Rising, Star Wars and The Last of Us all make appearances in the debut edition of the Friday Fan Art Round-Up!

The world is nothing if not rife with superfans willing to devote hours upon hours to pay tribute to the things they love. And while for some fans this can mean dressing up in a costume or even putting together a nifty short film, for many more however this means creating images, sculptures, and other works of art to show the world their love. While our efforts to point you toward the coolest <a href=>custom action figures and most <a href=>gigantic LEGO builds are tireless, there are sadly some works that get lost in the shuffle. With in mind, please enjoy our Friday Fan Art Round-Up where we shed a little light on a few random pieces of awesome we stumbled over during the week.

One of my deepest darkest secrets is that I've never beaten A Link to the Past. It's a game that I adore and one that I invested dozens of hours in when I was younger, but it's also one I never actually got around to finishing. I blame it on the N64. How was I supposed to stay focused with those polygonal graphics dazzling me? Any who, my love of A Link to the Past left me little choice but to include this nifty paper-crafted 3D diorama of the game's world map. Created by <a href=>Flickr user DoctorHarleyQuinnWho, it's a work that any fan of the SNES should be able to love and one that I'd personally love to see replicated with other games.


What do you think of these art pieces? Were there any special bits of fan art you encountered this week? Let us know and feel free to share in the comments section!


Sigmund Av Volsung

Hella noided
Dec 11, 2009
I think all of these are pretty great.

I especially like the MGR:Revengeance one.

"Quentin Tarantino's Metal Gear Rising"


Swamp Weather Balloon Gas
Apr 11, 2011
if i get a pair of tweezers and aim at death mountain, link won't have to spend a half hour trying to figure out how to get past a yard of wall