An humouristic comic strip My friend Jack Grom Marengo commented: "you have learned the "Silent fart" Thu'um. The three words are boiled eggs, beans and burritos". We need to write it in the dragons' language X) Anyway, this is my character on Skyrim, "Daelyth" (high elf, archmage) with her conjured Dremora Lord ((I'm in love with him ). I'm sorry if my english is bad, correct me if you notice errors ^^ This is my original italian version: [link] In the italian version of the game, the Dremora Lord says "sento odore di debolezza!" (translation of "I smell weakness!"). Sounds funny! X) Well, the daedric armor is beautiful, but it is difficult to draw. I traced the lines of the Dremora from some in-game images. Hope you like it, enjoy ^_^
The original is a B&W titled Wolvy Sabre INKED by . Background art titled Liquid Texture by . I just added the color to it, added the background, and re-titled it. This was another pic that I had done previously that I felt need an update [link] . I was happy with the colors but not the shading and the lack of a background for depth.
Based pretty much 100% on my reaction to playing the newest Skyrim DLC. After hearing all of the kids' heartbreaking circumstances, I wanted to adopt ALL the children. However, I think the game makes it so I can only adopt two. In the end, I ended up taking in the two girls, Lucia (green) and Sofie (red) because their situations were more hopeless. At least the boys are learning a trade...
See what Skyrim made me do? I'm talking about the ethical dilemma of virtually adopting video game children! DAH!
Seriously though... The first time I played through Sigmus's crazy quests and Hermaeus Mora was stalking the doorway, I was genuinely afraid to approach him. I thought he was a messed up glitch or something he was just so weird.
And to top off his gross factor, when you stand to talk to him (or rather forced to) all his tentacle things are flopping around you and also genuinely grossed me out.
Cicero, you have no right to talk about those who've "lost it".
I'm really happy with how this page came out. I love the new page-like layout and the new way I shade. Way simpler and way nicer looking I think.
Anyway, hope you all enjoy!
Cicero, Hermaeus Mora, and Skyrim in general (c) Bethesda. Ross and art (c) Me.