I can't wait for Majora's Mask to come out on the 3DS next week! It's one of my favourite games and I bought it as soon as it came available for pre-order onto Nintendo's website.
I've been hoping that Majora's Mask would get a remake for YEARS, I mean come on it hasn't had a single remake yet (at least not that I know of) and Ocarina of Time has had loads! (Not that I don't love Ocarina of Time, it's the first Zelda game that I ever played and holds a special place in my heart, but I always preferred its darker sequel.)
I've seen a lot of fan art pictures of Skull Kid, and a few of Anju and Kafei, but I have hardly ever seen any featuring Lulu and her tadpole-babies, so drawing her came into my head while wondering whether to try to do some Majora's Mask fan art. Also, like many Majora's Mask fans, I thought it sad that you never see Lulu go to see her kids after Link-Mikau rescues them, so I wanted to show her spending time with them.
More lineless painting practice! I'm mostly getting the hang of it now.
(I'm still not certain about Lulu's face and other parts, but I've reached the point where any more tweaking just makes it look worse, so I'm forcing myself to leave it alone, to stop obsessing about getting it all perfect and just try to accept it how it is.)
It was quite hard getting reference pictures from this angle of the marine research lab though, in the end I had to boot up my old Nintendo 64 version, stand on the top of the tank looking back towards the door and take a few pictures of my TV screen! (My Nintendo 64 still works perfectly, even though it's older than I am! They sure built them to last back in the day.)
I was a bit annoyed in the end to find that some of the scientist and the fish were cut off by the foreground tank, so here's
what it would look like without the tank in the way, in case anyone's interested.