Dibella's Watch adds an entire new continent to Oblivion. It comes complete with a major city, castles, towns, villages, farms, monasteries and all the good stuff that makes up a Medieval landscape. There's also fighting to be had and quests to be made!

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pkyrkos7 May 17 2011 says:

Nice interior!I've done some interiors for The town of stowethorpe today too.It's not really hard but it really needs a lot of imagination

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Antiscamp May 18 2011 replied:

Yeah, but once you set your mind to it, it usually ends up looking great. I usually try to imagine what things the people living there would need and want.

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KeyPath May 19 2011 says:

remind me of that zathura house(floating house stuff)
keep up mate!!

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Creating interiors used to be my great fear, but nowadays I happily build them all from scratch, placing everything from the furniture and wall-hangings to the bottles and plates on the tables. The most fun part is lighting it up with candles and lamps. One interior like this takes just about an hour to make; then it comes complete with two NPC's too with AI.

This is a picture taken both from the Construction Set as compared to how it looks in-game (the smaller one in the bottom left). It's a new house outside Scarley Village which will house an Alchemist and his wife.

May 17th, 2011
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