The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Sweet Roll
This Friday Skyrim will be hitting the shelves and it’s one of my most highly anticipated releases of this year! Since I’ll be spending the entire weekend glued to my TV and ignoring all signals from my body that it’s tired and wants to go to bed (my brain will be shouting “DRAGONS!” to keep me perky) I figured I’d need some suitable snacks. I read a pretty funny article last week called “Things I Ate In Skyrim” that obviously included the infamous Sweet Roll. Before you climb up on your high armoured horse and start saying “that doesn’t look like any Sweetroll I’ve ever seen” this is a Skyrim edition Sweet Roll (note: no longer “Sweetroll” as it used to be in Morrorwind and Oblivion) that we got a sneak peek at - it seems to have gotten a bit of a visual upgrade and some frosting! I’ve gone with a dense spiced cake recipe that I think compliments the rustic, fantasy setting.
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"Topology. That’s the science of continuous space, my friend. The way this twisty maze of passages fits together."
Your mother was a whore.
i dont play assassins creed, but is this like the entire plotline or something??
This is literally all you do in the game
I think I’m done with this for now. Still not sure about the background and outline, but I’ve been staring at this for too long.
I’ll probably revisit it in a week and change things ha!
Some more shots of my half finished Dark Brotherhood Assassin Cosplay from Katsucon, and the Skyrim group from Saturday night.
I had to leave the shoot early to meet some friends, but I had fun while I was there. If anybody has any other pictures I would love to see them! :O
I’m digging through my old mgs fanart while being butthurt over the fact that I don’t get to play Rising until quite a while
painted this a whooole long while ago
When school gets hard, just remember this….
Some cell phone photos of my Dark Brotherhood armor from Katsucon, taken by Undercover Silver.
It’s not entirely completed, but for only really working on it for about 2 weeks I’m not disappointed with what I had finished.