The Zelda Project
The Zelda Project is a Los Angeles, CA based group of friends who seek to bring to life the characters, settings, and overall feel of Ocarina of Time through photography and film. Our ultimate goal is to create the characters as they would appear in reality to the best of our abilities, placing them in beautiful sceneries true to their Hyrulean counterparts, and creating elaborate photosets, as well as film shorts.
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Mermaid Melody Noelle & Lacus Clyne Cosplay For Sale!
I am sad to admit that The Zelda Project is having trouble putting together the funds needed for finishing up the costumes for the Gerudo Valley Photoshoot, as well as funding the shoot itself. So I am selling more costumes! Please head on over to Ebay and check out my Mermaid Melody costume!
There’s a small part of me that always wanted to do a decent photoshoot with this costume, but I hated the wig so much that I never got around to it. Well, check it out if you are a fan of Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch!
Proceeds of this costume sale go to funding The Zelda Project! If you enjoy what we do and want to help us out, but aren’t interested in purchasing this costume, we have a donations page available as well.
Hopefully in the future we will be able to offer more to donators besides a listing in the credits of the videos and on the website. We would like to offer prints to donators, but we are afraid that could be considered selling something, and we aren’t doing this to make a profit. What we do is solely for the creativity and joy of the project, and to share with other Zelda fans the vision that we have.
Saturday, May 29, 2010
The Zelda Project FIRST Video Blog!
This is the first in a series of many vlogs to come which provide a look behind the scenes of “The Zelda Project” (a.k.a. TZP) Watch along as Joellen and I take you on a tour of Los Angeles’ very own Garment District in an effort to locate the materials needed to bring this monster of a project into reality! We had a lot of fun filming this, and I hope you guys can get a feel for our design process a little by watching it. Its full of fun little goodies and silliness! We welcome everyone to our rampant nerd world and hope that you can enjoy it with us! The Zelda Project Website! and Our Youtube Channel!.
On that note, we’re coming close to our first Photoshoot! We’ll be shooting The Lost Woods on July 24th weekend, and hopefully having the photos through processing in a few weeks after that. At the moment I’m busy with crunch time and every free moment I’m not at work I’m sewing and working on costumes. Everyone who is a crew and cast of TZP is extremely excited to debut these pictures, and we’re crossing our fingers that they will come out as beautiful as we’re anticipating! <3
Friday, April 23, 2010
New Zelda Video on YOUTUBE!
Please check out the first video uploaded to The Zelda Project’s YOUTUBE page! Its mostly a little teaser thanking our donators for their contributions. We’ll have our first actual official video blog starting in mid-may, so stay tuned guys! I promise its worth the wait
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Link costume progress!
I rarely post progress pictures of my costumes because I feel that people enjoy the surprise of a new costume much more than seeing the nitty gritty ugly of it coming together, but… the Zelda Project is a bit different. It was something we wanted to post progress pictures of and blog about, so I wanted to let you guys know that I’ve updated the website blog with some progress shots of the Link costume I’m making!
Check it out here! The Zelda Project
Saturday, December 12, 2009
Con Comics Guadalajara and The Zelda Project
I’m here in Mexico! For those of you who follow my Twitter feed and my Facebook Fanpage, I was invited along with Lillyxandra as a special cosplay guest at Con Comics Convention in Guadalajara! If you’re attending this convention I look forward to speaking with you at our panel. I am not sure what time it is today… I’m actually kind of confused as to what our schedule is still lol. But I think that our panel is at some point around 3.
Also, Lillyxandra and I have been working very steadily on the website for our Ocarina of Time based cosplay group. We will be talking about that during our panel, quite a bit, as well as any other questions that the audience might have. We’ve made a fan page on facebook for the group, which we are calling “The Zelda Project” as well as a Twitter, so that everyone can follow us when we make updates to the website and when we post new content!
Website is coming soon!