MERP is a total conversion modification of the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Explore Middle-earth in a fully open-ended environment like you've never seen before. Play races like Elves, Men, Hobbits and Dwarves and take part in the War of the Ring.

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December 2011 update
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Nuvendil
Nuvendil Dec 11 2011, 1:42pm says:

This is one of the various designs we have for the numerous elven armors there will be. This one is very light, mostly leather and will appear in Mirkwood.

This was done by our other concept artist, Conlan.

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guiaranha
guiaranha Dec 11 2011, 5:26pm says:

Is that for Oblivion or Skyrim? I ask because the armors work diferenttly in each game.

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names_are_useless
names_are_useless Dec 16 2011, 10:51am replied:

@guiaranha: Both Oblivion and Skyrim use the same file types for models, meaning we can import them into either game.

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BunnyPoopCereal
BunnyPoopCereal Dec 14 2011, 1:00am says:

very nice!

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Schoon
Schoon Jan 13 2012, 10:20am says:

can i just say for whoever drew this lovely picture, it'll look better though if you show him pulling the string to his ear, thats why it looks a bit unnatural.

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RandomZombi3
RandomZombi3 Feb 1 2012, 3:22pm says:

Love it! Any chance we'll be able to see it colored? (:

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I_Love_Cat
I_Love_Cat Feb 7 2012, 8:24am says:

You really need to work on your proportions. His head is in proportion to his arm, but they both look huuuge compared to the tiny body and the short, midget-like legs. Also, i get the impression that his other arm dissapears somewhat behind his body, even with the angle, it should stick out behind him. Finally, his torso is skewed in an impossible way given that pose, which makes it look like the straight arm is attached directly to his nipple without a shoulder. A shame, given that his face, hood and hands were all very well drawn.

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Kastor8
Kastor8 Feb 14 2012, 7:35am says:

@ I_Love_cat & @ Schoon: It was drawn some time ago, I wasn't aware people were going to post this here in public. Anyway I feel I made a lot of progress since. The feedback is much appreciated though!

@ Kidstein: I'm afraid not, the picture is rather "awkward" as pointed out by the above, so I won't invest time in it. Sorry.


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Kark-Jocke Online
Kark-Jocke Feb 22 2012, 1:21am says:

Wery good work on this =)

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