Edited by The_Tarantian on December 1, 2018 10:44AM
I've been into the housing for quite some time by now, but never ever before managed to crate something that I like myself. Well, today is the day I am happy to say I like the way my first completely (more or less) furnished house looks like, and I feel like sharing it with you, community folks.
I was thinking of a short showcase video, but I feel it does not deserve a whole movie (even a short) at the moment.
I am very interested of hearing your thoughts and opinions about my work and on it's improvements, so please, feel free to leave the comments, I really appreciate it.
Few things to note:
- I never wanted to make the most fancy or pretty place of my homes . I want the houses to be realistic. When I work and think of placing certain item - I always ask myself - would I put it there if I lived here. So I guess some might be dissapponted of how ordinary my houses look.
- I have my own, quite specific taste\style. My first house that I started decorating was Ald-Velothi house on the north coast of Vvardenfell, but I abandoned it simply because I could never be fully satisfied with what I did. Something always feelt wrong, "not in place", "not fitting".
- I create houses FOR the exact characters, so here is story of Ismyr The Ironbeard:
Ismyr The Ironbeard, the nord (skaal) man who was born in hards lands of Solstheim. Belonged to the peacefull tribe of skaal, but went into self-exile after killing a stranger in a flush of a rage (the character is dragonknight, huehue). He decided to dedicate his life to saving as many lifes as possibly to redeem what he has done (even though those rage attacks still happen to him sometimes in a moments of great stress). Helped to restore the peace in Skyrim (Eastmarch and Rift queslines) and then heard the call of Forge-Mother Alga and went to the Orsinium. Gravely perceived what happend in the end of Orsinium main questline and went to travel Wrothgar with no real purpose or goal, but in the end settled in the Rift (Autumn's Gate).
And finally, there go the screens of my house (screens cutted off weirdly though, for some reason - I will most likely replace some screenshoots\add new ones later on, when the maintance is over):
Erin Go Bragh, Erin go Braugh !
It's Irish for "you're ***".