Tuesday, January 29, 2013

More Gold Coast screenshots!

Yay for progress!

This one is a major accomplisment. I managed to complete another 5 or 6 cells, bringing me up north to the natural border to the Colovian Highlands, which is going to be our fourth planned release (if I remember correctly). That sounds pretty weird as we haven't even fully released Stirk yet, I know. That's why this is a major accomplishment! I won't be working on this area for quite a while after being entirely done with these cells.

Brina Cross, a medium-sized Colovian town, is just a few cells nearby. I might be working on that soon, so stay tuned for more screenshots coming within the next weeks (hopefully, if I can be bothered).

Anyway! Most of the following screenshots, which I am sure who are all eager to see now, show a ruined imperial outpost. The idea behind this is that it's a haunted place that the Legion doesn't dare to take back - yet. That's where the player might come in.
Lots of creepy noises and green flashlights! Hah. I forgot to add spiderwebs at this point though. Shall do that later on.

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Gold Coast Screenshot Session #11

Ho! Screenshot time.

Having finished some new areas around Garlas Agea, I thought I'd share some spiffy screenshots my Morrowind spat out. As always, it has plenty of Garlas Agea shots because I just can't restist! Have fun now.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Karthwasten: House Interior 22


'nother one finished. This interior is going to be located in Karthwasten, a mighty city built by a mighty Praedator.

Other than that, it's probably of importance that the inhabitant is a Nord Master of Arms. He trains people from all around Karthwasten and even from further away in Axe, Longsword, and Blunt. Once this interior is implemented, feel free to learn some more in these fields from this mighty dude in this magnificent interior.

The layout is designed to be something a bit less common and boring, so I made a fancy atrium of some sorts, because we have such an amazing tileset by Muspila the Worsas! Yay for him.

And now screens.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Mesa: Natural Cave


I recently claimed this small cave for Skyrim - Home of the Nords. Well, in comparison to the last one I did, it's pretty small. Anyway, I decided I'd make a grotto with the only purpose of looking pretty. To be fair, there's also a bunch of treasures and loot hidden in it... you might see some valuable stuff in the screens.

The cave is located on a large mesa in the south-west of the Reach, an exterior I have finished some time ago, as you might remember.

So, this interior is pretty. As always, it has tons of stalactites and rocks, and this time, it has waterfalls, too! Yay!
Don't ask me about the textures, it's a retexture mod I'm using, and I really don't know anymore which one.

On other news: I don't just have some screenies this time around, but something better (not that screenshots wouldn't be nice enough already). This time, I got a video.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

I'm back. And imageshack sucks.


If you are still watching this blog, congratz! And thanks for your support. Happy New Year, too.

I have recently picked up work at Province: Cyrodiil and Skyrim: Home of the Nords again. Keep in mind I am not with Tamriel Rebuilt at this point anymore because of massive frustration with certain claims at some point, as well as major disagreements with the core. There will be some new content to be added soon, currently working on two claims for ShotN (one cave that is basically finished and a house in Karthwasten) and work on the Gold Coast is being continued with as well.

In other news, I also recorded some footage of me walking around said cave. Will be on this blog, too. Expect more videos.

Now, another reason I am making this post (other than telling you I am not dead, lol) is because obviously (as you might have noticed) imageshack is fucked up a lot lately. As in, they remove old uploads and resize older images, too.
This, I do not like. Means I got tons of work to do in this place, reuploading all the images in the posts to blogger directly. I don't feel like wasting my time and mental health with these image hosting "services" any further.

Stay tuned! Feel free to leave a comment to let me know I still have people watching this blog.