Original Legend Of Zelda Overworld Map Gets 3-D Printed, Painted

December 20, 2016

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Note: Larger version of the above image HERE.

This is Legend Of Zelda overworld map that somebody spent six months building in Minecraft, then exported as a 3-D printable file. 24 hours of printing and six hours of hand painting later, TA-DA, a beautiful miniature of one of the best video games of all time. The whole thing looks like its about a foot and a half long, but I want a bigger one. I want one that's coffee table sized, and filled with clear resin. How cool would that be? "Very." You think it's too late to ask Santa for one like that for Christmas? "You haven't been on the nice list since you were four." Wow, you could have just said "Yeah, it's probably too late" you know.

Keep going for a shot of the thing on a car seat for scale and some sweet closeups.

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Thanks to Jess, who agrees Nintendo should have been selling products like this for years.

  • Clyde Snodgrass

    Does anyone know how to get the STL file for this? This would be fun to print and paint as well!

  • Man it looks so small. It looked way bigger onscreen.

    *Also the actual dialog from the night when I lost my virginity.

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