This was the picture I had done a while ago that I lost the lineart of the background to, got frustrated, and didn't work on it for half a year. The lineart was so clean, though, I couldn't let it go to waste, so I redrew the background. I'm quite convinced the original one was better. And I have never drawn as many belts and buckles in one picture before. My poor hand.
Jaana's got some Balmora Blue, Garik has typical Nord Mead, and Dravven is about to (predictably) fail to save his Velvet LaChance from an untimely demise. And the bar is EMPTY because
[link] - Also, obligatory drinking song.
*suddenly start laughing so hard that I snort*
OMG that's brilliant!
this picture is actually plausible, given canon. (also i love your hero trio they look rad)
This is REAL damn good!
It's not as fun in Skyrim because it isn't illegal. XD
Art looks great, and I love the concept Nice work~
Roughly the end of the Second Era so well before any Elder Scrolls game we've played so far. The Dark Elves see Morag Bal's influence in Cyrodil as something that should not be happening ever and so decide to fight... and take the throne while they're at it. They respect the Nords and the two groups had an alliance to deal with the Akavirii that invaded shortly before. The Argonians didn't have anyone else they could ask really seeing as Cyrodil is the problem... Though the "free all [Argonian] slaves" clause the managed to get was a definite plus. The Noridic king is nominally in charge though in truth the ruling body is a tribunal made of one representative of each race.
Basically ESO is where Merunes Dagon got the idea for the Oblivion Crisis. We all know how THAT turned out.
On to the actual art, who found whom first and which one, the Argonian or the Nord decided that three nigh immortal and ridiculously powerful beings being drunk in the same room was a good idea? I might have entertained the idea that the Elf brought it up, but I don't think I see any influence of Shogath on him... could be wrong.<br / />