game GameCube » The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Box Cover
views 2,643   favorites 10 (?)  


The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker box art cover
By avatar Deathmania 38 on November 19th, 2011
print No Printable Available

comments The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Box Cover Comments


Comment on Deathmania's The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Box Art / Cover.

avatar
Deathmania 38 [ 8 years ago ]

Here it is my wind waker box!
Thanks for all the help in WIP guys!
And I gave up on photoshop because even after watching the tutorials, I cant understand how to insert a picture in it and when a paste a render in, its not rendered. In short photoshop is too advanced for me so I will be making boxes with powerpoint.

Edited at 8 years ago

[ Reply ]


avatar
RAiDeN-209 38 [ 8 years ago ]

Pretty sweet. I really do think that you should try to learn Photoshop, though. I'm not sure what kind of problems you're having, but if you can make good boxes in Powepoint, I'm sure you could make some awesome ones in Photoshop.

[ Reply ]


avatar
madoublex 29 [ 8 years ago ]

#1, I used to have that same problem. You need to make sure the render is a .png file and you MUST save it somewhere on your computer. As for the box, I really like it, but I also agree that it could be even more epic if you learn to use photoshop. Im not saying learn it all in one night, hell, it took me 4 years to get ok in photoshop, and now I'm actually taking classes for it. If it's the tutorials that are too hard to understand, I planned on putting some really basic one's on my youtube channel.

[ Reply ]


avatar
Deividas 47 [ 8 years ago ]

#1, No offence to you or anything but if you are not going use Photoshop or something like that, then you will never get better. And if you don't want to get better then most people aren't going to even try to help you anymore because you pretty much just accepted to continue to do boxes that wont ever stand out or anything like that and only get a couple faves every time. I would rather see someone try and make better boxes and have horrible ones at first but still have the determination to get better, than to see someone accept bland and mediocre boxes. But its your choice.

When I first started I didnt know anything about Photoshop. You get better by practicing.

Anyways, the box itself is eh, nothing got changed that I would have liked. Its your best one though so far, but all in all....all your boxes look too much the same at this point.

Edited at 8 years ago

[ Reply ]


avatar
waterlordo 33 [ 8 years ago ]

PLEASE START USING REAL TEMPLATES. And Get Photoshop, at least. It is not AT ALL hard to use a real template, why don't you? It's really Bringing you Down, man. As for the box, it's OK, in fact, it's your best so far. But It's still not getting you anywhere though..

Edited at 8 years ago

[ Reply ]


avatar
Ayron 47 [ 8 years ago ]

Regardless of what kind of medium you use to make your boxarts, this is an great piece.

I do agree with the rest though. Photoshop, Gimp or something similar might really enhance your skills.

[ Reply ]

avatar
Deathmania 38 [ 8 years ago ]

Thanks a lot man :) and I have recently started using photoshop for my boxes.

[ Reply ]