I'm an illustrator and concept artist. I've done work for several pen and paper RPGs, book covers and PC game mods. The most ModDB related one is probably The Last Days of the Third Age, a total conversion for Mount&Blade. I did concept art, texture, voice acting, quest writing, gameplay design and other stuff for that.
A fun game I spent thousands of hours playing. Through the beta to the release and even now, years after. Times were simpler then, devs closer to mortal men, they talked to the players and supported modders. With money and corporations came the age of darkness and disappointment. We still have this gem of a game though. \o
Ugly graphics, irritating music, frustrating and not-fun gameplay. Wannabe-clever masturbation for the cool kids.
I started playing Vikingr immediately after watching the teaser trailer. What hooked were (quite embarrassingly) the pretty lanscapes. Truly well made scenes.
The mod certainly isn't without flaws, it's quite demanding on the computer, but I can run it alright on a fairly old rig. It didn't freeze or crash though, not even once.
What I like beside the graphics is the whole theme of the mod, the combat is quite different to native, it requires the players learn and develop other skills than simple 2h spamming.
I wish the guys had a stable of historical researchers and 3D guys to make new stuff, because certain factions (*coughRuscough*) aren't certainly as polished as others yet.
But overall it's an incredibly fun mod to play. Nowadays the only reason I start Warband.
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