The attention to detail here — and the fact that it encompasses almost every wall and the ceiling — is jaw-dropping. Everywhere you look in this Breath of the Wild mural, there’s a new point of interest, a new story being told. For instance, there’s Link, ready to embark on a journey, and there’s a Stalkoblin looking generally angry at (not having) life. But there are also all those enticing locations and mountains in the distance, chiefly the mysterious and foreboding Hyrule Castle.
Judging by the timing of Facebook posts, this project seemed to take a couple months to complete, which isn’t surprising considering the extreme scope of it all. Personally, I could have done this mural in a day, but the homeowners would be in furious tears at the ugly scribbles I’ve left on their walls.
If you have an abrupt desire to hire Baker for a sick-nasty mural of your own, she says on Facebook, “I live in High Point, NC but will travel to your location.” So by all means, scoot on over to her Platypus Murals website, but first, tell us what you think of this incredible Breath of the Wild mural! And if you haven’t heard, rumor has it that the Breath of the Wild sequel is coming next year.