Today's speed painting.
Hey man, i have a book in wattpad and this image is so good do build a new bookphoto... I can use it? ( you name is in the credits) (i'm brazilian... my english is so bad )
If that's the bridge I think it is, that's the first place I died in Morrowind. Multiple times. Killed by united forces of a wizard and a cliff racer.
That your place is really damned, but I think there is not it. It is nearer to Red Mountain.
Vivid memories. Wonderful piece!
Awesome! It's what the slopes of Red Mountain should've looked like.
At first I liked the ending of morrowind, but after some thought I was a little disappointed. I know they had technical restrictions back then, but I feel like they could've done more with Akergaminer-something-or-other. otherwise, it was pretty memorable.
привет! могу ли я позаимствовать твой арт для моей работы? я готовлю книгу о тамриэле, о морровинде в частности
Всегда нравились эти арты.
Здание снизу похоже на царя, облаченный в мантию(которая тащится по полу), он держит в левой руке скипетр, в правой державу, на голове шапка Мономаха. Хотя, может, я просто слишком впечатлительный ))
Morrrowind моя любимая игра, до сих пор) И как же круто видеть такие потрясные арты по этой игре, я просто в покорена ими)
и снова потрясающе) и снова ностальгия
impressive art. Still Hooked on your work
Awesome! You must have used a Scroll of Icarian Flight to get this view! Tarhiel's work was not in vain after all. Moment of silence for this genius: he was ahead of his time.
This is absolutely beautiful and amazing. I would love to explore such a city. The relationship between the Dwemer city and the foyada seems so fitting---the dwemer were an arrogant race who believed that they could usurp the very laws of nature, by building no just on the edge but IN the foyada is a testament to their ingenuity and pride.
I would do anything to explore this Foyada...
By the Nine that's gorgeous! I can almost hear the blight storms rushing down the foyada.
Как же я люблю ваши творения!
It looks awesome, reminds me so much of the first time I went past the Ghostfence. I almost got slaughtered by a Ash Slave!