While I think of actual things I'd like to put on my account, here's an old Skyrim sketch dump I doodled while thinking of other stuff. A lot of it is based on memory rather than reference so there's probably some liberty taken with a few of the creature designs (*cough cough flame atronach*). Actually the flame atronach wasn't even supposed to be a flame atronach, it started out as a sketch of a human but it sort of....mutated into an atronach-inspired drawing. Forgive me, TES purists!
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!
Day 8 of Art challenge, a day late. Day 9 is probably going to be submitted tomorrow, oh well.
Crap title is crap.
This is how I play Skyrim. I run into creepy dungeons, praying that there aren't too many high-leveled baddies, and try to cut my way through them by swinging my sword and hoping to hit someone. Leroy Jenkins would be proud.
Anyway, most of the time it doesn't really work too well.
Ah, and Cicero is always there, faithfully taking people out with his warhammer. Bless him.
And yeah, in the third panel, the random guy there looks like an amputee. He's not, I assure you.