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Sarinilli Morian
Artist | Professional | Artisan Crafts
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I'm very creative, I love making things, and I love the Zelda games. I'm a gamer in general and a bit of a perfectionist. I always try to do things myself at least once, and more often than not end up with a new skill. I've dabbled in webdesign back in the day, but I'm a visual thinker and no programmer, so I stick to what I grew up with- making things with my hands.
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O.M.G. I keep writing this down for my own use- literally writing it down and thus losing it in my notes... so I'm putting it up here to share and to have a reminder in a place I know I'll be able to find it. ^^;

In my Hyrule theoryverse, I figured that if Hyrule is another planet, it probably doesn't have the same length of years, months, days etc as Earth, so I figured my own ideas on how it works in Hyrule. Which I will say now, blows the seemingly short days in the games totally out of the water. This concept of time is purely for fun, of course, and I don't expect anyone else to adopt it (even though it'd be awesome; and I AM sharing it here so you guys can play with it, too).

This is a much more extensive elaboration on what the lesson on time gives a first glimpse of.

So how do you find out what the date and time is in Hyrule? Bare with me here, it's a bit of an interesting process:



First, take the number 3114. I figured the Hyrulian calender to start when the Mayan calender started, so this is the basis.

Add the current year (or your birth year if you want to figure your own birthday) to this.

I'll use my own birthday as an example. That'd be 3114+1982 (yeah yeah, you guys are going to have my actual age now, I know. lol) so the result is 5096.

Now multiply this by 365.25 to break down the years (calculating for leap years) into days. The result is 1861314.

This is the tricky part and you may want a notepad handy. It's also a LOT easier to figure out if you use a perpetual calender.. Since my birthday is June 13th, I need to add up the number of days from every month up till June, then 13 to that. For me that's 164, so add that to the last result. The new number is 1861478.

So now you want to break that large number down more and multiply it by 24 to get the hours. This results in: 44675472.
If you're like me and know the hour you were born, add that (it has to be the number of hours, so if you were born at 2pm, add 14). For me it's 9, so I now have 44675481

Ok. We're done with the first part. Breaking the total time to be calculated down to hours. Since in Hyrule minutes and seconds are too close to tell a difference (and what can I say, that's getting a LITTLE carried away if I changed how long a minute or a second was, right? I've already done enough with the days months and years. LOL), we aren't going to go THAT far into it.

Now we start grouping it back up.

Divide the last huge number you had (44675481) by 30; this will tell you the number of Hyrulian days: 1489182.7
See that point number there? Yeah, this is where things get even more tricky. Take that off and make a note that 7 is how many hours you have left over from the days we just counted back up to. We'll be working with the 1489182 only.

Now divide 1489182 by 30 again since there are 30 days in a month. My result is 49639.4.
Take that 4 off. That's the number of days and we'll need that later as well.

Divide the 49639 by 12 to get the year and remaining days we'll use for the months. I got 4136.583333333333
Now then, the last part. The 4136 there is the year, the first finished part of the calculation.
For the .583333333333, we're going to ignore the 3's and use the .58 only as 58 days.

Remember 4 we had? Add the 4 to the 58 for a total of 62 days.

Since months in Hyrule are consistently 30 days, that gives us 2 months and 2 days.
That means it's actually 2 days into the 3rd month.

So the date and time are 4136, 3rd month (Selbel) the 2nd at 7:00.

Tadaa!

...Goddess my brain hurts. *laughs*



Quick breakdown on the formula for easier reference:

3114 + 1982 = 5096
x by 365.25 = 1861314
+ (# of days till date calculating) 164 = 1861478
x 24 = 44675472
+ (# of hours till time calculating) 9 = 44675481

/ 30 = 1489182.7
(7 hours)
/ 1489182 by 30 = 49639.4
(4 days)
/ 49639 by 12 = 4136.583333333333

breakdown: 4136(year) 58(days)

add 58 to 4 = 62 days

break 62 into months = 2 months, 2 days

4136 3rd month (selbel) the 2nd.




By the way, as of writing this, today's date and time is: 4163 Lenae (1st month), the 9th, 4:00. It's Fasaru, or "Wednesday" in Hyrule. Most Hylians would be waking up in about 4 hours. What am I doing awake!? xD
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Mask of Truth Redesign by Sarinilli
Mask of Truth Redesign
This was the first idea I had for the Nintendo Mask Making Contest that didn't QUITE make the cut...but I LOVE it anyway, and will be making this one next.

It started out as a "Sheikah Warrior" design, but like the picture says, it's much more of a redesign of the Mask of Truth with a more tribal/cultural Sheikah feeling to it.

Of course I'll post up pictures of the finished mask when it's done, but I may take a little more time on this one since I'm in no real rush. I just wanted to share the design and my plans to create this. ^~
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Goddess of Time Mask by Sarinilli
Goddess of Time Mask
My entry for the Nintendo mask making contest! Put it up on Twitter first, obviously, but I said I would share it on DA too, so here it is! The Goddess of Time mask! :D


"Long ago the people of Termina worshiped the compassionate Goddess of Time. They visioned her as being regal and wise, with strange markings on her face, and so a mask was fashioned in her likeness. Since those days, the clocks all over Termina also bare these markings."

My inspiration came from the mention of a Goddess of Time in the beginning of Majora's Mask. Inspired also by the clock designs. My mask has a similar likeness to the Fierce Deity's mask, keeping consistency between Termina's deities. The triangles on her earrings create an hourglass when put together.

Mediums:
acrylic mask base; craft foam; paper clay; felt; hair extensions; acrylic paint; brass & brass wire; various beads both acrylic, metal and hand made; various glues to hold the thing together; and a LOT of time. (pun? maybe ;3)



So yeah, this is a modification and elaboration on my original Goddess of Time character, all decked out with markings from the game lore. I'm really happy with how this came out, especially considering it took me ABOUT...give or take 1-2 hours, 20 hours over the last two days.


Construction:
My story starts on the 22nd, when I sat up late and started designing my mask. Morning of the 23rd, ran out for supplies. The mask base came as-is (and white); I had to mix the base color, yellow, and lavenders used. Constructed the ears out of craft foam and paperclay then painted them, did a lot of wire work and tried very hard not to have panic attacks over the detail painting which was all free handed. Got the painting done on the face and glued on the ears, blended and painted.
The hardest part was the hair. Good goddess that gave me panic attacks. Cut up a bunch of hair extensions, based them on felt, glue...lots..and lots..of glue... some hair spray (yes, I did) and paint (because I got white, so I could get the PALE lavender look I wanted), then spazzed trying to glue them onto the mask. SO glad it worked out though. I was worried it might not, but I wasn't going to settle for anything less. I think I managed to achieve the "looks like a face" transformation mask appeal? I hope so.

Anyway, hope you guys like this as much as I do (and here's hoping Nintendo does, too). :3
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I'm sure a lot of you know already but Nintendo is holding a mask making contest. The prize is a new 3DS XL and Majora's Mask 3D...not sure if the 3DS is going to be the Majora's Mask special edition or just the new model...but...

Yeah, I'm entering. As soon as it's done and I've entered, I'll post my mask design here. I'm entering this to win. If I don't, I can say I gave it my all; because I KNOW there are so many talented mask makers out there and I have a lot to compete with, but still. I'm taking the plunge.

Wish me luck guys! And to any of you out there who are also entering...good luck to you, too! ♥



Edit: Oh and for those of you wondering what my twitter (that I hardly ever use..oops..) is since that's where the contest entries will first show up... it's right here. :3
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O.M.G. I keep writing this down for my own use- literally writing it down and thus losing it in my notes... so I'm putting it up here to share and to have a reminder in a place I know I'll be able to find it. ^^;

In my Hyrule theoryverse, I figured that if Hyrule is another planet, it probably doesn't have the same length of years, months, days etc as Earth, so I figured my own ideas on how it works in Hyrule. Which I will say now, blows the seemingly short days in the games totally out of the water. This concept of time is purely for fun, of course, and I don't expect anyone else to adopt it (even though it'd be awesome; and I AM sharing it here so you guys can play with it, too).

This is a much more extensive elaboration on what the lesson on time gives a first glimpse of.

So how do you find out what the date and time is in Hyrule? Bare with me here, it's a bit of an interesting process:



First, take the number 3114. I figured the Hyrulian calender to start when the Mayan calender started, so this is the basis.

Add the current year (or your birth year if you want to figure your own birthday) to this.

I'll use my own birthday as an example. That'd be 3114+1982 (yeah yeah, you guys are going to have my actual age now, I know. lol) so the result is 5096.

Now multiply this by 365.25 to break down the years (calculating for leap years) into days. The result is 1861314.

This is the tricky part and you may want a notepad handy. It's also a LOT easier to figure out if you use a perpetual calender.. Since my birthday is June 13th, I need to add up the number of days from every month up till June, then 13 to that. For me that's 164, so add that to the last result. The new number is 1861478.

So now you want to break that large number down more and multiply it by 24 to get the hours. This results in: 44675472.
If you're like me and know the hour you were born, add that (it has to be the number of hours, so if you were born at 2pm, add 14). For me it's 9, so I now have 44675481

Ok. We're done with the first part. Breaking the total time to be calculated down to hours. Since in Hyrule minutes and seconds are too close to tell a difference (and what can I say, that's getting a LITTLE carried away if I changed how long a minute or a second was, right? I've already done enough with the days months and years. LOL), we aren't going to go THAT far into it.

Now we start grouping it back up.

Divide the last huge number you had (44675481) by 30; this will tell you the number of Hyrulian days: 1489182.7
See that point number there? Yeah, this is where things get even more tricky. Take that off and make a note that 7 is how many hours you have left over from the days we just counted back up to. We'll be working with the 1489182 only.

Now divide 1489182 by 30 again since there are 30 days in a month. My result is 49639.4.
Take that 4 off. That's the number of days and we'll need that later as well.

Divide the 49639 by 12 to get the year and remaining days we'll use for the months. I got 4136.583333333333
Now then, the last part. The 4136 there is the year, the first finished part of the calculation.
For the .583333333333, we're going to ignore the 3's and use the .58 only as 58 days.

Remember 4 we had? Add the 4 to the 58 for a total of 62 days.

Since months in Hyrule are consistently 30 days, that gives us 2 months and 2 days.
That means it's actually 2 days into the 3rd month.

So the date and time are 4136, 3rd month (Selbel) the 2nd at 7:00.

Tadaa!

...Goddess my brain hurts. *laughs*



Quick breakdown on the formula for easier reference:

3114 + 1982 = 5096
x by 365.25 = 1861314
+ (# of days till date calculating) 164 = 1861478
x 24 = 44675472
+ (# of hours till time calculating) 9 = 44675481

/ 30 = 1489182.7
(7 hours)
/ 1489182 by 30 = 49639.4
(4 days)
/ 49639 by 12 = 4136.583333333333

breakdown: 4136(year) 58(days)

add 58 to 4 = 62 days

break 62 into months = 2 months, 2 days

4136 3rd month (selbel) the 2nd.




By the way, as of writing this, today's date and time is: 4163 Lenae (1st month), the 9th, 4:00. It's Fasaru, or "Wednesday" in Hyrule. Most Hylians would be waking up in about 4 hours. What am I doing awake!? xD
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:iconrutogirl:
Rutogirl Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2014
I wish you a Happy NewYear! May 2015 be a better year for us all! :hug:
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Sarinilli Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
Awww, thank you! :hug: Happy New Year to you too! :3
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:iconrutogirl:
Rutogirl Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2015
You are very welcome :hug: ^^ 
Thank you very much :3
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AlasynEletha Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014  Hobbyist
Hey, so I have a question for you. I recently put together the new Zelda Collector's Puzzle- totally didn't glue all the pieces together, frame it and then mount it on my wall. Nope, not me >_>- and I noticed that the translation of the Hylian script is off. It's obviously pulled from that of the ancient Hylian script from SS, however, either it's been recently changed- like within the last year- or there was no real thought put into the making of the puzzle or that anyone would want to translate it and the characters were chosen at random. Have you seen it? I was just curious what you would make of it. Thoughts?
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Sarinilli Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Are you sure it's not the version from Link Between Worlds? That's actually got a different version of the alphabet with some different characters from the Skyward Sword version.
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AlasynEletha Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014  Hobbyist
Ooooh! I haven't even looked. I've only played it once, so I didn't really notice it. I'll check on that.

Thanks!
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Sarinilli Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
If it looks like the old Link to the Past map with the land...a bit in disarray, that'd be it.

And no problem! :3
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Force1295 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014
ello! it's been awhile. I'm working on a new piece and was wondering if I could borrow a font for it. I'm working on a new version of the Master Sword and need it to finish some detail work. You will get credit of course but I am going to ask you first instead of finding it on some random website. 
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Sarinilli Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Of course! You know all of my fonts are free for personal use; so slather your fanart/artwork with them as much as you want. I look forward to seeing the finished work! :3
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Force1295 Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2014
I know they are but I didn't go through you first last time and found them elsewhere. Figured I'd at least ask for permission and let you know before I attempted anything THIS time ;)
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