Welcome to The Zelda Project
The Zelda Project is a Los Angeles, CA based group of fans who seek to bring to life the characters, settings, and overall feel of Ocarina of Time through photography and film.
A labor of love, this project combines all aspects of art from costuming & photography to CGI visual effects. Our end goal is that we hope those of you who view our work are brought a little bit more into the world of Hyrule through our art.
- Created on Saturday, 02 June 2012 01:22
- Written by Adella
Just a little update from the front lines!! I've done a fitting with Joellen today for her Zelda costume. We had originally planned her shoot for last weekend, but unfortunately the armor took Aaron longer than he had expected, and there are parts of the costume that I need the armor in hand to make, so we had to delay the shoot until the costume is finished. Thankfully now the armor is finished and we tried it on today. It looks beautiful with the dress, which is about 75% completed. I can't wait for this to come together. Tuesday, Joellen and I are going to downtown LA to shop for the final trim and bead pieces for the gown, and I should be putting it all together and finishing it up this coming week. I'm very excited and feeling so inspired! Take a look at the pictures and feast your eyes on Aaron's lovely craft work mixed with my unfinished gown and Joellen's candid beauty!
In other news, we're still working steadily on the photos for Lon Lon Ranch. Fire Temple will be worked on once the Lon Lon Ranch photos are finished. We have a limited art crew working for free in their free time, and busy people have limited free time. We all appreciate how much patience our fans have, and we promise it will be worth the wait. As much as we'd like to simply release the photos now, we want to present the best possible imagery and for this it takes time and detail.
Your support is continually appreciated, and we never thought we'd get this far. Much love to you all! If you are from Montreal or planning to be there August 3-5, please stop by my Zelda Project & Personal Q&A panel at Otakuthon 2012! www.otakuthon.com