Just released, some The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom fans are already creating fan art, the latest of which offers Nintendo’s twist on former US President Barack Obama. Until The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom offers a lot of creative possibilities with its merging and building mechanics, some fans continue to express themselves through creative fan art like this one.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom was released on May 12th, and fans are already sharing unique weapon synths, memorable builds, and some inevitable hilarious moments. Although a lot of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdomthe world of Hyrule was created with A breath of wild nature, the addition of a ton of floating islands and a network of underground tunnels has exponentially expanded the space players have to explore. With many Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom fans travel through this majestic landscape, others copy the game’s art style to create incredible art, including a tribute to Barack Obama.
Reddit user Highbeams_off recently showed off his unique Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom fan art that imagines Barack Obama as one of the former leaders of Hyrule. Given that Barack Obama is the previous world leader, his term as Hyrule’s expired president is fittingly expressed at the bottom of Highbeams_off’s fan art, with the politician in the middle. using cel-shaded style Tears of the kingdom and its prequel, Highbeams_off based their fan art on one of Barack Obama’s iconic poses when he was president, but with a sword in his hand rather than the medal he’s usually shown with in meme form.
As Highbeams_off writes, their Barack Obama Tears of the kingdom the fan art was created using AI tools like Dalle-2 and Midjourney, which created multiple images that were combined into one. After choosing the appropriate expression and pose for them The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom art, the image was then adjusted by Highbeams_off, who repainted some spots and used Photoshop and filter changes for other problematic parts. While this isn’t the first game fan art to commemorate former US President Barack Obama, merger with The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and his artistic style duly made him one of the most relevant.
Highbeams_off clarified that they didn’t get permission from Nintendo or Barack Obama to make theirs The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom fan art that may lead to its removal in the future due to the former’s reputation. Because of how many former US presidents and other political figures have been honored with in-game fan art, this piece of Barack Obama might be one of the first of several Tears of the kingdom mashups to get out
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