Felt like doing a Legend of Zelda sketch recently. Maybe because I’m really psyched for the new game coming out this month! Inked this with a Kuretake brush pen, and colored in photoshop.
So this Link isn’t from any particular game, but I guess you could say he’s from Link to the Past because of the 3 pendants I added. My favorite Zelda game is either Link to the Past or Link’s Awaking, and since they both have the same Link, let’s roll with that.
And because Link’s Awakening was so awesome, here’s a version with a Super Game Boy color scheme.
Getting back into those James Bond villains! Today I give you No.2, Emilio Largo, from Thunderball. Like any good villain, he comes complete with a facial disfiguration and a good evil lair, complete with a shark tank.
So I actually drew this a month ago in Hilton Head, where I was the only young guy at a resort full of old people, so I had some good reference to use.
The red bow tie is a request from sagecoffey!
Alright guys, got another Bond villain for you! Auric Goldfinger in his towel-suit from the pool scene in Goldfinger.
I thought about drawing him during the laser scene, but after seeing St. Cloud from Venture Bros. wear the same pool outfit during Spanakopita, I couldn’t resist.
Also, Sean Connery had some of the best villains. Everything about Goldfinger was awesome. The gold theme, the weapon, the lair, the speech… Don’t worry though, I’ll save you from any golden-era puns. Even I’m not that awful.
Hey guys! Back with the next James Bond villain! Today is Rosa Klebb in her maid outfit, seen in From Russia With Love.
You may remember her as the woman with poison-tipped knives hidden in her shoes that retract. It may not seem like too crazy of a weapon, but think of how iconic they’ve become. Gustav Graves had the giant laser in space (Die Again Another Day), but Klebb’s dangerous shoes are more memorable.
Also, when I showed people the work in progress, almost everybody shuddered at her appearance. Well she got to spend all day training muscular men wearing nothing but hand cloths around their wastes, so I like to think she was comfortable with how she looked.
Speaking of villains with iconic weapons, next up will be Goldfinger.