Tried adapting that random Imperial face I made a little while back to Avresa’s features. I’m not really sure if it suits her or not, honestly; I can’t quite decide what qualities of her character I most want to try and convey through her face… I want her to feel “refined” and “noble” because of her background, but also “aggressive” and “powerful” because of her experiences and attitude. Unfortunately, refined aggression is kind of a difficult quality to translate into convenient visual guidelines. XD
Does Nexus Mod Manager work for you? It doesn’t for me… Is there a new version?
I think I have the newest version, and it does work, just not properly. It still installs and enables/disables mods, but it doesn’t actually sort them the way it’s supposed to - it just dumps everything in Unsorted and calls it good. It might depend on if you’re downloading from the site or from the manual download, though.
Just bought Double Fine’s newest, Broken Age, on Steam! It’s 33% off today (which is actually cheaper than I would’ve gotten it using the coupon they sent me for owning one of their games XD), so if anyone else is interested in checking it out, now might be a good time. :)
Nexus, what the heck, man? XD
Random, classy Orc mage I made a little while ago. Nothing much to see here, I just liked her face. :)
Beat Trine 2: The Complete Story with
Batman a friend today! This was a really fun game, and a ridiculously pretty one to boot. Also with caption silliness.
I feel like I need to learn how to properly manipulate Skyrim’s poser mods, strictly so that I allow Raj’eed to be the perfectly ridiculous character he is - getting stuck in trees, sitting on his housecarl’s shoulders while he fords a river or bog because, divines know, Raj isn’t about to get his fur wet, standing triumphantly over the corpse of a rat while his housecarl is fighting half a dozen wolves… silly stuff like that.
Character interaction ramblings because I can and I don’t need sleep;
Thales confronts Raena on her defence of dragons, telling her she has no right to tell her - or anyone else, for that matter - what to think when she isn’t the one who’s lost their loved ones to dragon-fire. Raena, on the other hand, asserts Thales has no right to speak of dragons when “her” war drives her to kill not just Imperials, but her own brethren allied with the “other side”. Many have lost families to dragons - but many more have lost them to war.
Upon learning that Sybil survived the Imperial attack on the Dark Brotherhood Sanctuary and went on to assassinate the emperor, Avresa vows to track her down and persecute her to the… fullest extent of the law. People may come to fear Dark Brotherhood again, but the Brotherhood will soon learn to fear the Legion.
Avresa genuinely enjoys Leith’s company on her visits to Riften, but is reluctant to spend time with her in fear of discovering proof to her (accurate) suspicion that Leith is the Grandmaster of the Thieves’ Guild, as that would force her to take action against her.