He has a sword and shield
Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda : the Wind Waker is probably my favorite of the Zelda games. It’s a beautiful game with a great story, good music and a funny, weird, cute and fabulous bunch of characters. Toon Link is really expressive, cute but not too cute, child like and innocent but not over the top. I love it, but more importantly this game my kid has loved and played since she was 4, it’s one of her favorite childhood videogames and for that it has a special place in my heart and has cemented the Gamecube as a staple of our household. Toon Link has been the focus of several DS games, but I really hope Nintendo brings him out of console retirement soon.
This pattern has been a long time in the making and I dare say rivals my Bouncer in terms of intricate pieces and annoying details. If I had lots of spare time or was in prison or some such place, I’d go for different coloured Four Swords Links and add more accessories and enemies and of course Zelda, but for now this set is it. Some parts and details are optional and the accessories can be left out if you want to cut corners. I share the pattern for the whole thing, but be warned, it’s really long and may have some parts seeming complicated or confusing.
A Link was requested several times in the videogame thread so for those who asked, I am pleased to say, here you go If you tackle it and have questions or notice mistakes, let me know but if you could please use the comments, rather than contact me via email, other people who may experience similar head scratching will see your question and my answer, so it’s win-win.
His sword goes in a sleeve on his back.
It was so hard to pick an expression.
Shield is removable.
Inspired by Wind Waker
Hairdo was hard to capture...
What big eyes you have?
Link wants Jelly
Legend of Zelda - Toon Link Amigurumi
Needs more pigs.
Sword and Shield
Link and his bomb.
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