Elegy of Emptiness Goron


A couple of years back, I worked on the Elegy of Emptiness statues from Majora’s Mask, including the disturbing Link statue which has become quite infamous since! But I never got around to doing the Goron, perhaps thinking it was too hard to edit. But now, after much practice on other complex crafts, I’m more comfortable working with some of the more awkward N64 models out there so the Goron has finally become a template to finish the Elegy set.

In Majora’s Mask by playing the song, Elegy of Emptiness inside Stone  Tower, Link can ‘shed a shell’ of himself to create a statue of his current  form. Described as a souless image, these are used to solve a variety of puzzles  later on. Wearing the Goron mask, the statue produced is the Goron Hero Darmani, the soul from which the mask was derived.

This statue makes a large boxy model at ~28cm tall. The feet are small and must be built neatly and weighed down strongly, but from the waist up it becomes much easier with mostly large parts. You must cut out the shape of the scar from the large brown piece (a reference is provided). Take care with closing the head and some important shapes around the face and hands.

Download Here (via Hyrule Papercraft)

Template and Picture by XenonRay