I have another Face Slider here today, this time an Imperial Female I’ve named Cassia. As you can see from the images her face is quite different from yellow lighting to cool toned, bluish lighting, however I think she looks beautiful in both. Read the rest of this entry »
The Academic Mage is a character from Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall. I have been secretly awaiting the Lunar Headpiece Sai Sahan wears to pop up in the Crown Store, but it looks like it’s not happening! So I decided to release her now.
-Dwemer T1 Staff
-Dark Red Lip Dye
-Golden Wraparound Wyrm
-By Kyne, It’s Humid Hairstyle
-Cyrod Gentry’s Town Gown
(Dyed Potency Blue)
Wild-Eyed Wolf Chest Marking is a large wolf head in the middle of the chest that cannot be seen under the Imperial Robe, however the upper arm bands are apart of the body marking and is what I wanted to show off here.
The Imperial Motif is expensive if you don’t have the ‘Convert to Imperial Style’. I was lucky enough to find two of them before I hit level 50, I just searched everything. I’ve seen them sell for up to 70k.
-Imperial Light Robe Tier 1
-Red Diamond Circlet
-Imperial Twist Earrings
-Wild Eyed Wolf Chest Marking
-Light Soul Shriven Shoes
(Dyed Mastic Yellow, Khenarthi Red)
I made a Blind Moth Priest a while ago and now is time for a Priestess. I’ve modelled her after the priestess from the Imperial City dungeon, you know, the girl who loves cats. This outfit can be found in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates and I’ve dyed it Soul Shriven Pale, one of my newest, and favourite dyes. The Moth Priests in newer games wear clothing that seems much cleaner, and do not wear blindfolds, but instead have the oracle eyes. Praise Akatosh for the Oracle Eyes!
This emote is using the /letter command. Some one has to read those Elder Scrolls!
-Pulled Back Curl Cluster
-Moth Priest Costume
(Dyed Soul Shriven Pale)
“Only the Cult of the Ancestor Moth has discovered the discipline to properly guard one’s mind when reading the scrolls… Upon his final reading, he is forever blinded”
-Effects of the Elder Scrolls
I was very excited this morning to wake up to the new Crown Crates! One of the first items that caught my attention was the Ancestor Moth Swarm, a non-combat ‘pet’ of Moths that follow you around, sweet! This is great news, as it opens up the possibilities for Non Combat Pets to flying creatures. I know previous ES games had Luna Moths, Blue & Orange Butterflies, Dragonflies and Bees. I’ve seen articles of a Torchbug pet which has already been datamined. I am looking forward to a day where we can have bats and birds as pets!
Back to my outfit, I tried to create a Moth Priest when I first created this site in January, but ended up putting the idea aside as it just wasn’t coming together. This Blind Moth Priest outfit is based from the outfit from Oblivion shown above, where they look a lot more like Monks than the new Moth Priest outfit found in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates.
-Balding, But Distinguished Hairstyle
-Ancestor Moth Swarm (Crown Store)
-Soul Shriven Ragged Clothing (Crown Store)
(Dyed Master Gold, Default)
“Stros M’Kai, famous for it’s Beaches, Rum, and of course grilled seagull”
Here once again with one of my favourite modelling toons, who has a the unfortunate name of ‘Carrybags Alt’. Adventuring in the sunny (and sandy) streets of Stros M’Kai, possibly my favourite starter zone. The city isle tunic dress never appealed to me until I saw a lovely lady in a dungeon who had it dyed dark red. Same with the Loose & Combed back hairstyle, which I didn’t appreciate until I was looking for a hair with a windswept look.
-Topaz Nose & Earrings
-Long & Combed Back Hairstyle
-City Isle Tunic Dress
(Dyed Master Gold/Craftmaster Gold)