Love the work. I'm a volunteer working on a fan based port of the Morrowind game into the newer Skyrim game engine. We are creating fan-based art loading screens for the game and would like your permission to include this piece of art work and any others that are Morrowind related. Full credit will be given with link to DA profile. Its a free game made by Elder Scrolls enthusiasts. For details you can check out our website morroblivion.com
I love it! This painting makes me feel like playing The Elder Scrolls III again, and I must admit that the Ashlands is the worst region to explore in the land of Morrowind, my Dunmer caught the blight disease several times while travelling on foot.
I still never figured out how slit striders work? they look like insects but they never seem to move, AT ALL! but man this picture brings back memories when i was 6 and got my Xbox, this was one of the first games i played, good times
too bad they did not have something like these in Oblivion or have something similar in Skyrim, but i think the game dynaics are a little different so they had to come up with a faster way to quick travel, whereas now you just basically teleport from anywhere outside and its a different time as if you had traveled, and before you had to run to one of these and hop on to go really far. It would probably be a cool way to travel in any DLC they add to Skyrim!
This is absolutely my favourite from all your pics. Oh my God, the atmoshpere............... the colors, the ash, the "silence" in the picture..... just beautiful. And while viewing this I can't help but imagine this creepy sound you always hear when you visit cities like Ald'ruhn and such. I can't describe it; it seems it's coming from some big insect somewhere in the wildness, I don't know... I's such an atmospheric sound
So in the mood... The first time I heard a silt strider ingame I freaked out like "where's the monster that made that sound??", killed some cliffracers and mudcrabs then realized that was just wrong... Though nervous in the beginning as I played I really came to love this bitter atmosphere and I think you reproduced it perfectly. And I love the detail of the road signs, the cliffracer and the soft moons in the sky... The colors are wonderful.