Enter a world of darkness, despair, and evil. Everything that was once known has now changed. The Dark Citadel sits in the distance spreading the corruption of the Serpent Riders across the land. On other worlds one hero rose up to defeat each of the demons. Can one hero rise up to slay the very souls of these fiends and banish them forever? You may just be that hero... This mod project hopes to bring the world of the Hexen/Heretic series to the Oblivion engine via a TC (Total Conversion). So, it's not just another generic dungeon mod. The staff is growing, but we can always use more members! We have a small forum community going as well, so feel free to drop in and say hi. Yes, we know, Hexen/Heretic are someone else's intellectual property. We have been in touch with Ravensoft and as long as we don't use their images, models, or music (basicly don't export anything) it is fine. If you want to get in contact using the email provided, please make sure the words "Project...

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Ninken Mar 26 2007 says:

Yeah I used corel alot a while ago. It sure was fun but I could never finnish anything in it. So, sadly I stopped using it and started using PS for more precision.
I'm thinking about trying the new painter though. :)

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Piuneer Mar 24 2007 says:


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SinKing Mar 24 2007 says:

I think I need a bigger tablet. I always mess up on the details. Which type do you use? And also a nice drawing! Photoshop or Corel?


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Ninken Mar 25 2007 says:

I use a graphire 3, A6 and photoshop. :)

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SinKing Mar 25 2007 says:

A6? That's really a small one, too! You probably used a bigger document size and some more patience than me.
Have you tried painting with Corel, yet? I find it artistically more interesting than drawing with PS, because you get to use all the real-world brushes. After finishing in Corel, its really fun to do post-production with PS. Changing filters and cleaning the picture, adding some detail, background, etc...

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