That's my little corner of the internet where I show you my mods and projects (mostly) for The Elder Scrolls IV – Oblivion.
You don't know what mods are? No problem. I wrote a little article for you.
If you have any questions, suggestions or requests, feel free to post them in the guestbook.
I wish you a nice stay on this site .
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and establishes encrypted connections (https protocol) between the server of my site and your browser. The padlock symbol on the left site of your address bar shows you that the connection is safe.
If you are a WordPress user as well and use an older version of the plugin, then there is a high risk that your site will be hacked. I experienced this myself and I write this little article to warn you. Please update “WP GDPR Compliance” to the recent version.
aka “The many faces of Azareth”
Azareth was the first Abyss Demon character and his face has changed a lot during the development process of my Abyss Demon mod.
The “translation project” is a series of mods which will finally get their English translation.
While I was rebuilding my website I noticed that some of my older mods haven’t got their English translation yet. That’s why I started the “translation project”.
I created these models right after the internship within a month. For comparison look at my previous post about the models made during the internship.
Model 4: Bat head
Model 5: Demon head
Some of my other models find their way into Oblivion (the game of course ) being fully textured like the Sonic Screwdriver (Doctor Who) or the Warglaive (World of Warcraft). But I also made game-ready models (meshes) based solely on my imagination. They will be part of the next release of Abyss Demon.… Read more “3D models made right after the internship”
Last year, I had the occasion to practice 3D modeling during an internship. With each model I got a bit better.
Model 1: Dragon head
Model 2: Ram skull
Model 3: Rhino head