Nightly Morrowind sketch. Early this time.
The prophet Veloth leading the Chimer to Morrowind.
"Veloth the Mystic called out to those whose souls were weary, whose lives were ground out with no hope of improvement in a society founded on ambition, greed, and decadence. To those who hoped for a society that preserved traditions, praised honesty, and rewarded the just, Veloth’s voice was as a golden note among a cacophony." ~ Exodus from Summerset
Nightly Morrowind sketch.
"What he puts his hand to, that shall be done. What is left undone, that shall be done… He speaks the law for Veloth’s people. He speaks for their land, and names them great." ~ The Seven Visions
Nightly Morrowind sketch.
Teldryn Sero (upper left) is actually from the Skyrim DLC, Dragonborn. But I really like him, and he’s a Dunmer, so why not?
The right depicts a scene from The 36 Lessons of Vivec: Sermon Five. In which a young Nerevar comes across the broken down remains of a robot made to look like Vivec’s mother:
"Finally the simulacrum of the netchiman’s wife became unstable. The Dwemer in their haste had built it shoddily and the ashes of Red Mountain slowed its golden tendons. Before long it fell on its knees beside the road to the lands of the Indoril and pitched over, to be discovered eighty days later by a merchant caravan on its way to the capital of Veloth, anon Almalexia."
Working late, but here’s another Morrowind sketch.
"Being blind the netchiman’s wife wandered into a cave on her way to the domains of House Indoril. It so happened that this cave was a Dwemeri stronghold. The Dwemer spied the egg and captured the netchiman’s wife. They bound her head to foot and brought her deep within the earth." ~ The 36 Lessons of Vivec: Sermon Three
More Morrowind sketch stuff. Dagoth Ur.
I play Morrowind with the overhaul mod installed. I fell out of my chair when he yelled into my headphones about coming to visit him.
I mentioned in my interview with Jetplastic that I collect religious ephemera. Here’s some more pics of that. This isn’t even all of it.
That last item is a prayer rug with the face of Jesus Christ. When you move it slightly his eyes appear to open. The red stone is supposed to be a droplet of blood. I have trouble deciding if this, or the Tony Alamo flyer is my favorite item. Probably the Tony Alamo flyer because it reads like something that came straight out of Year Zero.
Quick sketch of Jason Bright from Fallout: New Vegas. When I first did his quest, I was expecting Bright to be some kind of huckster, playing those poor ghouls for fools. Man, was I shocked to see that rocket actually fly into space!
This post is mainly to show I’m alive. I’ve been very busy on a huge, paying project, so forgive me for not posting much. D: