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My Ald Velothi Harbor House

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Apologies for having waited so long with this, but I have been quite busy with the Jester's event and such. Anywho, here it is, Ald Velothi. The house itself is designed as a sort of luxurious getaway with all the amenities. The house holds a surprise, though, inside the small underground area, an elaborate Velothi shrine has been set up, for worship of the Tribunal, Saint Veloth and the Ancestors. I made a few screenshots of the various areas, but please watch the video showcase for a more indepth, longer and more detailed walkthrough of the house. Enjoy!



Sunset on the deck
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Dwemer ruins in the distance
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Daedric ruins in the other direction
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Garden entrance
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Vellum lamps for atmosphere
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The entryway
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Vivec's room holds an office, Almalexia's holds a women's suite and bath
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Small office
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Suite and bath
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Staircase midway
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Master's bedroom and living quarters
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Velothi shrine
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  • Jayne_Doe
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    Nice job! I really like your shrine idea in the basement.

    I found the house to be a bit of a challenge to decorate due to all the curved, uneven walls and little nooks that are around the place. Plus, you have all that space under the stairwell and the small circular basement room with a pillar in the middle of it. In addition, you have all these built-in shelves just begging for clutter.

    But, it was still a lot of fun to decorate.

    Thanks for sharing your Ald Velothi!
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    Jayne_Doe wrote: »
    Nice job! I really like your shrine idea in the basement.

    I found the house to be a bit of a challenge to decorate due to all the curved, uneven walls and little nooks that are around the place. Plus, you have all that space under the stairwell and the small circular basement room with a pillar in the middle of it. In addition, you have all these built-in shelves just begging for clutter.

    But, it was still a lot of fun to decorate.

    Thanks for sharing your Ald Velothi!

    You're welcome! @TelvanniWizard here's that Velothi tomb and shrine I mentioned earlier. Hope you enjoy it too ;)

    The little nooks and such I kind of liked, you can always place an end table or tea table in them with some clutter or candles.

    But it is a bit challenging to decorate it, again with the furniture limit. While I think I managed to make the interior look nice on this one, and even managed to fit in the very cluttered basement shrine, the garden is very neglected, and could easily have used a hundred slots or two. And the kitchen I wanted to elaborate more on as well, before running out of slots.
    I agree on the shelves, I'd love to place more shelves and empty bookcases and really fill them up, but when you do it like that it eats up like 20 slots per full bookcase, which is awful.

    My Amaya is pretty much the opposite, I'm very happy with the garden, lakeside area and bathhouse, but the interior is somewhat ordinary. Oh well.
  • TelvanniWizard
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    As always, I'm happy to declare how amazed am I by your work! The decoration in the Vivec and Almalexia rooms is perfect, harmonic, balanced. Both comfortable and luxurious. The velothi shrine, on the other hand, has the relugious touch of a classical temple, with all the urns, vases and shrines, adding the dunmer touch of velothi style with all the correspondant furniture (in a great economical effort, probably, meritorious also). Really spectacular!
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  • Carbonised
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    As always, I'm happy to declare how amazed am I by your work! The decoration in the Vivec and Almalexia rooms is perfect, harmonic, balanced. Both comfortable and luxurious. The velothi shrine, on the other hand, has the relugious touch of a classical temple, with all the urns, vases and shrines, adding the dunmer touch of velothi style with all the correspondant furniture (in a great economical effort, probably, meritorious also). Really spectacular!

    Oh stop it you're making me blush! :blush:
  • Jayne_Doe
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    Carbonised wrote: »
    Jayne_Doe wrote: »
    Nice job! I really like your shrine idea in the basement.

    I found the house to be a bit of a challenge to decorate due to all the curved, uneven walls and little nooks that are around the place. Plus, you have all that space under the stairwell and the small circular basement room with a pillar in the middle of it. In addition, you have all these built-in shelves just begging for clutter.

    But, it was still a lot of fun to decorate.

    Thanks for sharing your Ald Velothi!

    You're welcome! @TelvanniWizard here's that Velothi tomb and shrine I mentioned earlier. Hope you enjoy it too ;)

    The little nooks and such I kind of liked, you can always place an end table or tea table in them with some clutter or candles.

    But it is a bit challenging to decorate it, again with the furniture limit. While I think I managed to make the interior look nice on this one, and even managed to fit in the very cluttered basement shrine, the garden is very neglected, and could easily have used a hundred slots or two. And the kitchen I wanted to elaborate more on as well, before running out of slots.
    I agree on the shelves, I'd love to place more shelves and empty bookcases and really fill them up, but when you do it like that it eats up like 20 slots per full bookcase, which is awful.

    My Amaya is pretty much the opposite, I'm very happy with the garden, lakeside area and bathhouse, but the interior is somewhat ordinary. Oh well.

    Yeah...the furniture limit on this one was tough. I've done nothing with the exterior except adding a couple of additional lampposts.

    For Amaya, the outside is also neglected, though I did start to try and create a garden area around the front steps, but I'm not entirely satisfied with it since I didn't have many slots left over. I look forward to seeing what you did with your exterior, as I find the space a bit difficult to decorate due to the uneven terrain.
    Edited by Jayne_Doe on April 11, 2018 4:35PM
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    Jayne_Doe wrote: »
    Carbonised wrote: »
    Jayne_Doe wrote: »
    Nice job! I really like your shrine idea in the basement.

    I found the house to be a bit of a challenge to decorate due to all the curved, uneven walls and little nooks that are around the place. Plus, you have all that space under the stairwell and the small circular basement room with a pillar in the middle of it. In addition, you have all these built-in shelves just begging for clutter.

    But, it was still a lot of fun to decorate.

    Thanks for sharing your Ald Velothi!

    You're welcome! @TelvanniWizard here's that Velothi tomb and shrine I mentioned earlier. Hope you enjoy it too ;)

    The little nooks and such I kind of liked, you can always place an end table or tea table in them with some clutter or candles.

    But it is a bit challenging to decorate it, again with the furniture limit. While I think I managed to make the interior look nice on this one, and even managed to fit in the very cluttered basement shrine, the garden is very neglected, and could easily have used a hundred slots or two. And the kitchen I wanted to elaborate more on as well, before running out of slots.
    I agree on the shelves, I'd love to place more shelves and empty bookcases and really fill them up, but when you do it like that it eats up like 20 slots per full bookcase, which is awful.

    My Amaya is pretty much the opposite, I'm very happy with the garden, lakeside area and bathhouse, but the interior is somewhat ordinary. Oh well.

    Yeah...the furniture limit on this one was tough. I've done nothing with the exterior except adding a couple of additional lampposts.

    For Amaya, the outside is also neglected, though I did start to try and create a garden area around the front steps, but I'm not entirely satisfied with it since I didn't have many slots left over. I look forward to seeing what you did with your exterior, as I find the space a bit difficult to decorate due to the uneven terrain.

    In Amaya I pretty much used up all my slots for the outside area as well as the storehouse which I turned into a luxurious bathhouse. So the inside of the house is sort of average =p

    Going to post a showcase really soon, just been too caught up in the anniversary jubilee. Gotta get some gold to fund all these crazy housing spendings, hah.
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