The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is not only one of the best games ever, but also a source of inspiration for many different creations. Some time ago we told you about a player who made a picture of his journey, while a few days ago we discovered a player who recreated Link’s house with LEGO.
Today we bring to your attention the magnificent work of photographer Mason Drumm, who apparently is also a skilled carpenter. Inspired by hundreds and hundreds of hours spent traveling on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, this summer he decided to create a 3D map of Hyrule in wood in his father’s workshop . To complete his work, he spent over 65 hours spread over six different weeks, but the result is simply spectacular. Drumm has reproduced the mountain ranges, valleys and streams with the help of epoxy resin, has colored everything and has even placed a plate on the southeast portion of the map.
In the attached video at the top of this news, you can watch the different processing phases, as well as the wonderful final result. Let us know in the comments what you think!