I just drool all over your art, I think you are really talented. But as someone partial to khajiit I believe this is my favourite piece, it's spot on how I imagine the caravans set up camp when in Skyrim. By the way, I approve of the clothing design, really fits travelling khajiit.
This is gorgeous. I love the Khajiiti tradespeople; so philosophically poetic in the random things they say (M'aiq the Liar). Peaceful and friendly, it paints me sad whenever I happen across an upturned and ravaged wagon, or corpses on the side of the road. Makes bandit-ridding all the more meaningful. 'Cause, you know, blood and silver can only make the world go round so many times. The way you paint in soft strokes and gentle blends gives this a real peaceful quality, yet the two dominant subjects (sentries) remind me of the perilous nature of their profession. It's a mixing of emotions, not something that's easily achieved and I really admire that. Thanks for sharing!
I may be projecting my own emotions onto the artwork, but I really love the amount of forlorn expression you've managed to work into a feline face, on the Khajiit in the foreground. In my experience it's a rare thing to see an animal/anthropomorphic face be so expressive without crossing the fine line into caricature-like exaggeration. Bravo!
Oh my goodness, this is great! I love everything, the Khajiit, the tundra, the mountains. This is beautiful! It really brings back those memories from Morrowind when you would just stagger into an Ashlander camp. Great work! (:
Like it but this is probably the least successful of your pieces. The shape of their faces are off...Khajiit in Skyrim have a Snow leopard-Lynx look and these resemble more of a female lion (and thus Cyrodiilic/ Oblivion) looking cats.