The scene from TES III Morrowind. At the moment the emperial ship arriving with protagonist in the hold. In the upper left corner we can see the dark shroud of the Red Mountain like a portent of the future adventures.
this is All amazing, I'd love to see someone try to recreate a mod based off of your paintings. I know they follow the Normal Game, but the way everything looks, the style and the differences from the game I think would make it look nicer at least!
Balmora would at least look like an actual city now instead of just a little town. I love how you have The Stilt striders they way they are, with more than just one at each town. Maybe another Idea for a mod.
That is absolutely beautiful. So amazingly life-like. I feel like I'm actually there. Like I can feel the wind against my face, the spray of the sea off the bow, the salty air filling my nostrils. … aw… ok so I scrolled down and now it seems cliché but that really is how I feel. I can't wait to see the rest of your gallery. : )
that ship is so unique. it has so many inspirations, norse, chinese, portugese...awesome dude. oh, and thats one hell of a way to view seyda neen. thats full scale. it makes me sad that i have never had the chance to see it this way.
This particular one is amazing. I can't find words to describe how much I love it... I can stare at this for hours. I can almost feel like being inside the picture, I can smell salty air and hear silt strider's moans... Cold breeze and warm midday sun. It makes me want to step in and explore it all from inside, blue koda flowers under the trees, cliffs with Red mountain's smoke over them... It also reminds me of Heroes 3 castle screens. This game was a masterpiece mostly because of them, hand painted with some photo manipulation, they looked as amazing and immersive as this.
Thanks a lot! I'm glad to hear that my work causes such feelings. In this one I spent a lot of time drawing details. I wanted to show all the features of this region. P.S. By the way, it's aren't cliffs (think, they're deeper in the island). It's a flock of birds