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"May your road lead you to warm sands"

zhirfrox:

Prechimeri Vivec. Acrylic on plywood, 80/120cm. Need to finish hands, legs and some lesser details. That’s my first work I really love though it is not fully mine. The description from one of the sermons gave a bright image.

zhirfrox:

Prechimeri Vivec. Acrylic on plywood, 80/120cm. Need to finish hands, legs and some lesser details. That’s my first work I really love though it is not fully mine. The description from one of the sermons gave a bright image.

— 23 hours ago with 121 notes

sluttyoliveoil:

haha if youre bored you could kiss me idk just sayin

(via tamrielictea)

— 1 day ago with 776244 notes
jessesamson:

A brontide from the west,
augury to the teletsunami: RaGada.
That time the Barons of Move Like This looked like they was Sultans of Swat.
Here’s the Pankratosword laying Yokuda low.
Pen & Ink - 4316 × 3250

This might be my new favourite piece of TES art. I’m so glad someone finally illustrated this scene, and in such a unique way.

jessesamson:

A brontide from the west,

augury to the teletsunami: RaGada.

That time the Barons of Move Like This looked like they was Sultans of Swat.

Here’s the Pankratosword laying Yokuda low.

Pen & Ink - 4316 × 3250

This might be my new favourite piece of TES art. I’m so glad someone finally illustrated this scene, and in such a unique way.

— 2 days ago with 78 notes
bfleuter:

A devil that failed pretty bad at tempting my party this session - mostly just pissed them off. Mighta pissed off their summoner enough to make him snap though? Sure. Today’s a win.

bfleuter:

A devil that failed pretty bad at tempting my party this session - mostly just pissed them off. Mighta pissed off their summoner enough to make him snap though? Sure. Today’s a win.

— 4 days ago with 59 notes
bfleuter:

And the last image from today’s session (wow they got to a lot of the stuff I made art for!) is a holy sword made of amber. WEEEE!

bfleuter:

And the last image from today’s session (wow they got to a lot of the stuff I made art for!) is a holy sword made of amber. WEEEE!

— 5 days ago with 69 notes
spacesmilodon:

i’ve been playing too much skyrim lately. way too much. so i drew my character on there. because i can. it was supposed to be just a sketch but it ended up being a bit more than that. woops.(seriously though. i can’t stop playing. help.)

spacesmilodon:

i’ve been playing too much skyrim lately. way too much. so i drew my character on there. because i can. it was supposed to be just a sketch but it ended up being a bit more than that. woops.

(seriously though. i can’t stop playing. help.)

— 5 days ago with 31 notes
exobio:

When I was a little kid and I saw a log, or a branch, or a mossy rock sometimes I would think they looked like some sort of forest creature. I would pretend they were forest guardians or spirits. As I grew up my games with the “forest spirits” were fewer and far between, but every now and again a particularly good log would catch my imagination. When I first moved to Alderleaf I spotted a really neat looking tree branch at the base of the hill. It stretched out horizontally and had a thick mane of moss and lichen hanging off it (so much so I couldn’t even see the bark beneath it). It looked to me like a long neck of some shaggy forest dweller, and I had a little flashback to all my spontaneous woodland friends from my childhood. Anyways, this guy is based on that tree branch. Funny thing is I can’t seem to find the branch at the base of the hill anymore, it’s almost like it got up and walked away.
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exobio:

When I was a little kid and I saw a log, or a branch, or a mossy rock sometimes I would think they looked like some sort of forest creature. I would pretend they were forest guardians or spirits. As I grew up my games with the “forest spirits” were fewer and far between, but every now and again a particularly good log would catch my imagination. When I first moved to Alderleaf I spotted a really neat looking tree branch at the base of the hill. It stretched out horizontally and had a thick mane of moss and lichen hanging off it (so much so I couldn’t even see the bark beneath it). It looked to me like a long neck of some shaggy forest dweller, and I had a little flashback to all my spontaneous woodland friends from my childhood. Anyways, this guy is based on that tree branch. Funny thing is I can’t seem to find the branch at the base of the hill anymore, it’s almost like it got up and walked away.

exobio.deviantart.com

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— 5 days ago with 412 notes