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GrinninGreen

TES stuff, mods and amazing adventures with Bohan
Apr 18 '14

mearalikesmead:

Finally finished (for now) my freckled elf, which I named Ailean. Did some small changes to her face and added 2 tattoos. Finished her outfit variations too. It’s something I do for all my characters.

Apr 18 '14

eatglasswithyouagain:

"You start running so I can stab you in the back.", he said.

whoa loadsa ginger cuties

Apr 18 '14

architeuthisinfitialis:

Mom, quit it!

Orchid and Amara finally meet up! Apparently Orchid can NOT resist that parental urge to embarrass their child.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLMGCjUhIDA

Apr 17 '14

I tried something. It didn’t work.

Apr 17 '14

architeuthisinfitialis:

grinningreen:

architeuthisinfitialis:

Lyra is no more…

Because I think she is Amara. Amara (for those who don’t know) is the daughter of Orchid and Eiries. I was playing Skyrim just a moment ago and as I was taking a few pics (this one in particular) it started to make me think.

She kinda resembles Orchid since I used her as a base to make this character (I changed most of the face except the lips and general jaw shape) She uses the same skin set, has a similar hair color, freckles just like Orchid’s Skyrim incarnation and of course doesn’t take any features from her father who canonically can not pass on his genetic material (so she even fits TES lore of taking after her mother). All of that was peanuts compared to the necklace with feathers.

I was at one point play as Amara in a D&D campaign, and as part of her background she received a few small trinkets from her parents as little “be safe, we love you” going out adventuring gifts. One was a ring of protection and the other was a necklace with feathers. All I can see when I look at this image is Orchid and Eiries’ gifts to Amara.

So small change of plans…Lyra is now Amara. Same character, different name.

I find this amazing that pretty much every character you play already has some kind of backstory from your D&D days

I didn’t want her to be, but all of the signs were there! All I wanted to do was make a pretty character for the sake of being pretty, and playing as an archer. A pretty archer. So now you are right, just about all of my used characters are from D&D (or similar PnP games)

Orchid- My very first D&D PC. She was made almost 10 years ago when I first got to play.

Silver- My oldest OC dating back to middleschool, evolved from self insert Sailor Moon character into antagonist of the second or third D&D campaign I ran.

BeeV- Another very old OC turned D&D character. Both PC and NPC.

Cecile- My PC from when I played Vampire:The Requiem with a group of friends.

Amara- Almost became a PC, but remained more of a story “accessory”.

The only characters who are “original” and created just for shits is Auris and Suzette. I am of course not counting any spur of the moment characters OR the original and dearly missed Fernando the sad axeman. RIP in peace.

AND I’M NOT EVEN MENTIONING MY CHARACTER I PLAYED IN FO:NV WAS MY SHADOWRUN CHARACTER CYBERGRAPE

I’m jelly. Also, Homeless Ted when?

Apr 17 '14

architeuthisinfitialis:

grinningreen:

man, searching for male outfits is a nightmare

You know you wanna go full Hulkster.

I had a similar idea . Maybe I’ll dig up Pappa Silk and go full Apollo Creed with him.

Apr 17 '14
wanakoworks:

mackzeen:

grinningreen:

man, searching for male outfits is a nightmare

Just be like me and go naked…

I’d prefer nudity/death over ‘MURICA pants. fuck dat. lol

Well I have to contain all that freedom somehow…

wanakoworks:

mackzeen:

grinningreen:

man, searching for male outfits is a nightmare

Just be like me and go naked…

I’d prefer nudity/death over ‘MURICA pants. fuck dat. lol

Well I have to contain all that freedom somehow…

Apr 17 '14
man, searching for male outfits is a nightmare

man, searching for male outfits is a nightmare

Apr 17 '14
architeuthisinfitialis:

In honor of her new life as Amara, I made Eiries make me some new eyes for her. Now they are a less flat looking red with a shock of purple in the middle…just as a little reference to her purple dad.

architeuthisinfitialis:

In honor of her new life as Amara, I made Eiries make me some new eyes for her. Now they are a less flat looking red with a shock of purple in the middle…just as a little reference to her purple dad.

Apr 17 '14
architeuthisinfitialis:

Lyra is no more…
Because I think she is Amara. Amara (for those who don’t know) is the daughter of Orchid and Eiries. I was playing Skyrim just a moment ago and as I was taking a few pics (this one in particular) it started to make me think.
She kinda resembles Orchid since I used her as a base to make this character (I changed most of the face except the lips and general jaw shape) She uses the same skin set, has a similar hair color, freckles just like Orchid’s Skyrim incarnation and of course doesn’t take any features from her father who canonically can not pass on his genetic material (so she even fits TES lore of taking after her mother). All of that was peanuts compared to the necklace with feathers.
I was at one point play as Amara in a D&D campaign, and as part of her background she received a few small trinkets from her parents as little “be safe, we love you” going out adventuring gifts. One was a ring of protection and the other was a necklace with feathers. All I can see when I look at this image is Orchid and Eiries’ gifts to Amara.
So small change of plans…Lyra is now Amara. Same character, different name.

I find this amazing that pretty much every character you play already has some kind of backstory from your D&D days

architeuthisinfitialis:

Lyra is no more…

Because I think she is Amara. Amara (for those who don’t know) is the daughter of Orchid and Eiries. I was playing Skyrim just a moment ago and as I was taking a few pics (this one in particular) it started to make me think.

She kinda resembles Orchid since I used her as a base to make this character (I changed most of the face except the lips and general jaw shape) She uses the same skin set, has a similar hair color, freckles just like Orchid’s Skyrim incarnation and of course doesn’t take any features from her father who canonically can not pass on his genetic material (so she even fits TES lore of taking after her mother). All of that was peanuts compared to the necklace with feathers.

I was at one point play as Amara in a D&D campaign, and as part of her background she received a few small trinkets from her parents as little “be safe, we love you” going out adventuring gifts. One was a ring of protection and the other was a necklace with feathers. All I can see when I look at this image is Orchid and Eiries’ gifts to Amara.

So small change of plans…Lyra is now Amara. Same character, different name.

I find this amazing that pretty much every character you play already has some kind of backstory from your D&D days