Homemade Princess Zelda Action Figure: Sometimes Wet Clay Can Hold Steady for a Long Time

I was fist introduced the Zelda franchise when I was ten. Am I the only one who first thought Zelda was really Link?

There are many versions of Princess Zelda, but Twilight Princess is my favorite, mainly because it’s the most realistic.

I consider this one an experimental doll. The armor, jewels, hair and ears are made out of clay that never hardens. Paint gives it a protective coating, but I wish I had found my stone clay that hardens eventually before I decided to make it. Still, I’m relatively satisfied with the results. The apron is made out of paper, so I better hope it never gets wet.

Sorry that a couple of pics look a bit blurry. When I get a better handle on Photoshop, I’ll fix them up.

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2 responses to “Homemade Princess Zelda Action Figure: Sometimes Wet Clay Can Hold Steady for a Long Time

  1. Beautiful job. Just stumbled on this 🙂 anyways love it! I can only imagine the work that went into making this. So beautifully done 😛 would totally buy one haha.

    • Thanks! A lot of work did go into it. I would eventually like to sell them someday (original designs of course) but I’ll need to experiment with stronger materials. Right now they’re far too fragile and the paint peels easily.

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