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Zelda: Breath of the Wild Fan Creates Incredible Clay Sculpture of Link Fighting Lynel

By Nicola Jean Kapron


One fan has created a stunning polymer clay tribute to Link and one of the toughest enemies Breath of the Wild has to offer.

The Legend of Zelda fans have created many spectacular pieces of art inspired by their favorite games over the years, but one polymer clay diorama stands out from every angle. One Redditor has taken a striking piece of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wildconcept art showing Link facing down a Lynel and brought it to life.

Notably, the Redditor pygmyfart has made at least one Breath of the Wild diorama before this, showcasing Link in battle with a Guardian. Like Lynels, Guardians are among the most dangerous enemies in the game, and there are plenty of facts that gamers do not know about Breath of the Wild Guardians. However, this previous diorama was not modeled after existing concept art, which places a different kind of pressure on an artist.

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Redditor pygmyfart recorded the sculpting process and uploaded the video to his YouTube account, where Zelda fans can watch him turn lumps of clay, wire, and wood. The finished sculpture shows Link bracing himself for battle with a Lynel that, true to the game, is about twice his height and roughly eight times his size. This sculpture is much smaller than the Toon Link sand sculpture that another fan built at the beach, but it makes up for its lack of size by being incredibly detailed. U/pygmyfart went out of his way to add in Link's individual belts and belt buckles and create a texture resembling horsehair on the Lynel's back.

[OC] [BotW] I turned my favourite concept art into a clay sculpture! Full process video in the comments from zelda

Breath of the Wild is an incredible game that many games seem to copy, so it's no surprise that fans are creating such intricate and gorgeous tributes to it. This stunning diorama will be right at home among a vast number of lovingly crafted pieces inspired by Link, his adventures, and his many enemies. The accompanying video will be a great help to any fan who wants to create their own Lynel or Link sculptures.

Again, there is no shortage of impressive fan creations. Another impressive fan-made tribute to the Zelda games made in the last few months is an enormous domino art project dedicated to The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. These two pieces stand not just as breathtaking tributes to legendary games, but as a testament to the wonders that fans can create.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available now on Switch and Wii U.

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A late arrival to the gaming field who grew up in a household devoid of consoles. Her life changed after she found an old Gameboy Color and a copy of Pokémon Crystal at a garage sale. While she specializes in narrative-driven games, JRPGs, indie games, games with cute monsters, and horror games, Nicola appreciates all kinds of games. She hopes to use her experience as a writer to give her work at GameRant a unique flavor.

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Oct25,2019Writen By: Miguel Galvez

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"Carving" redirects here. For the keys in Skyward Sword, see Carving (Disambiguation)

Wooden Statues,(TP)[1] also known as Carvings,(TP)[2] and Carver's Statues,(ALttP)[1] are recurring items and objects in The Legend of Zelda series.

Location and Uses

A Link to the Past

In A Link to the Past, Link can obtain three different Carver's Statues as rewards during the Lumberjack's Riddles. The first statue resembles a Cucco, obtained after solving the first riddle, where the answer is a Cucco. The second statue resembles Link himself, obtained after solving the fourth riddle. The third and last statue resembles Princess Zelda, obtained after completing the seventh riddle. The statues are placed inside Link's House once obtained.[3]

The Carver's Statues can be carried and thrown around the house. If Link sprinkles Magic Powder on them, they will give different reactions. If Link sprinkles more powder on the Cucco statue, it will get the same colors as an ordinary Cucco or its Dark World counterpart. If Link does the same on his statue, it will get the same colors as Link or Bunny Link. The Princess Zelda statue will receive the same colors as Zelda or turn into an older version of herself if sprinkled again. These changes reset once Link leaves his house.

Twilight Princess

When Link speaks to Borville about his debt in Telma's Bar, he mentions he was going to sell the Wooden Statue, but it was stolen after he placed it outside to dry after it got covered in medicine. Following the Medicine Scent, Link is eventually led to Telma's cat, Louise, who confesses that although she did steal the statue, it was stolen from her by Stalhounds.[4] Link must then defeat the Stalhounds situated south of the Castle Town to retrieve the statue.

Once Link shows the statue to Ilia, she recovers part of her memory and urges Link to save the person who gave her the statue.[5] Just then, Gor Coron remembers that the statue used to belong to the Sheikah tribe, which leads Link to the Hidden Village.[6]



  • The Carver's Statues inside Link's House from A Link to the Past

  • A Carver's Statue depicting Link from A Link to the Past

  • A Carver's Statue depicting Princess Zelda from A Link to the Past

  • Ilia holding the Wooden Statue from Twilight Princess


  1. 1.01.1Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 143 (ALttP | TP)
  2. ↑"Look, lad, if I'd been able to sell the wooden statue the young lady had, I would've been able to get the money... But see, I accidentally spilled medicine all over that little carving, which made it stink awfully. I put it outside to dry...but then... Well, it was stolen" — Dr. Borville (Twilight Princess HD)
  3. ↑"Link! Did you figure out the answer? Well? Where is it? Show me what's in your basket! What?! That's right! This time I'll give you the carver's statue I made. I'll send it to your house. Now, on to the next riddle!" — Q. Bumpkin (A Link to the Past)
  4. ↑"You're looking for the wooden statue that Ilia had, aren't you, dear? Think it's a coincidence that I happen to know it got stolen from the doctor's place? No... Yes, I admit it...I took it. But then I was attacked by some sort of skeletal dog beasts who took it from me." — Louise (Twilight Princess)
  5. ↑"I... I remember something... I was confined somewhere... Yes, and I was saved by whoever was confined with me... And when that person set me free, they gave me this statue..." — Ilia (Twilight Princess)
  6. ↑"I REMEMBER! I thought I had seen that before somewhere... That belonged to the tribe that protected the Hylian royal family long ago. They worked in secret, so they lived in a lonely, forgotten place." — Gor Coron (Twilight Princess)
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