So, well, fell free to go ahead and love it, fave it, feature it on your blog (with a link back), show it to your friends (while hinting what an awesome birthday present this would be ), suggest it as a Daily Deviation, write a comment, write a critique or what ever you'd like.
UPDATE: You can buy them now on fangamer. Click on a Jack to see the rest of the suits: Other cards:
LOVE IT. The colour scheme and style are consistent throughout, and they look INCREDIBLY professional. The characters are easily recognizable, and easily iconic enough to bring a smile to the fanboy in me.
I can't really find anything to fault. While I may think that Heart Pieces don't look dissimilar to normal hearts, the lack of the familiar heart-piece outer line is necessary to fit with the other suit styles. The shape is defiantly the same as the games though, so it works out noticeably enough after a moment of looking.
These are pretty much everything I could want from Zelda Cards. Perfect.
Wow, this is so original! I love Legend of Zelda, and I would definitely get this if I could.
I see that for the Triforces, the ace is a lot bigger. This isn't consistent with the others, though. I would have done a full heart container, the Master Sword, and a big Rupee for the others. The characters are great! It really shows your style. It bugs me how Gorons have their own suit, though, but it isn't a big problem. The Skull Kid joker was a great idea, as I'm guessing everyone else would just use Tingle. It's hard to make Tingle look good, though, and Skull Kid turned out beautifully.
Just got them from Fangamer, and they're really brilliantly done. Thank you so much for designing them, and also thank you for listing information about the individual cards, so I could confirm my suspicions about the Goron and Zora Link cards.
I do fortune telling, and having clear definitions of what each card signifies allows me to come up with better definitions when reading them!
This has to be one of the best video game paraphernalia that I have EVER SEEN! I'm also glad that you went with the Twili instead of the Kokiri as some people might have done. The Skull Kid is also pretty cool. I would definitely love to own a set of these.
Haha, I guess it's a case of "it's better to ask for forgiveness than for permission". Have you ever been to a Games Convention? Or to some fan shop on the Internet? There are countless of products people don't have the permission to sell. But generally the companies don't care, because it doesn't limit their ability to sell their own products and the fans keep being involved with a franchise. And besides that, Nintendo doesn't own Link, Copyright only protects the manifestation of a character, not the character itself.