kyerea replied to your photoset “Modenfreude: The word for that feeling when you turn off all of your…”
To each their own. But it helps when you have a nice ENB coupled with Bethesda’s HD DLC stoofz. Also, I have a gaming computer. Might as well put it to use with all these texture mods.
The nice thing about the Bethesda textures is that they all work nicely together, as long as you don’t look too closely.
I usually run a lot of texture mods myself (a mix of Amidianborn Landscapes and Vivid Landscapes lately), and pretty much every foliage mod, and while they’re all great they’re definitely not as “harmonious” as using just the Beth originals.
I’ll no doubt go back to my regular loadout, but I was very pleasantly surprised to be reminded how good the game looks even stripped back to basically just Vanilla +ENB.
Q:Do you know of any mods that will add good looking warpaints and/or tattoos?
Q:What are some good hair mods for skyrim that dont look like anime
Well, all hair mods seem to have a lot of styles that aren’t exactly lore-friendly, but I have a big list of most of the ones that I use over on my Flickr account. Some of the mods have since been pulled down from the links that I provide, but you should be able to find them all if you look around a bit.
I need to remember that this blog is not my “primary” blog as far as Tumblr is concerned :/
Modenfreude: The word for that feeling when you turn off all of your carefully-selected and matched Skyrim texture and foliage mods and realize that the game looks better without them.