So, Old RPM Daddy had a really creative take on some Elspeth fan art, a mix of graphics and prose that imagines how a modern-day Skyrim looks back on it’s legendary Dragonborn. Note, the last image on the bottom right is Cari, his original character. Continue reading
I wrote this several years ago in a fit of writer’s block. I do not have writers block now–in fact I am working steadily on the next chapter. However, it seems appropriate to repost since I now have artwork from the amazing memai to accompany it. Enjoy!
Whatever prowess Dragonborn Elspeth demonstrates in battle, she owes to the formidable Xeri Tharys, her irreverent and sardonic trainer and mentor, who was also her father’s trainer and mentor. Continue reading
I know I’ve been posting a lot of art lately, but it all just sort of descended at once. Anyway, allow me to introduce V’ivan and Prisca Isabela Cantor, the protagonists of Under the Purple Sky, the Dawnguard story I have been working on but have yet to post. I’ve been thinking about this art for a long time now and commissioned Memai (who did Elspeth and Onmund last year). I can’t even begin to talk about how excited I am about this. The details onV’iv’s armor and Prisca’s outfit, V’iv’s hair…all of these are incredible. But my favorite part is the look of slight trepidation and awe on Prisca’s face as she looks up and back andV’iv. I didn’t include that in the description, Memai is just that good. Continue reading