I have replaced the water splash with a "steam" effect. This looks rather cool and may not be too noticeable in the screenshots. In-game, it is a neat effect. A bit weird with Frostfall thinking all water is cold, but maybe someone can make a submod can go in and change that. This is because with the disaster of Morrowind and everything else, the waters have heated up. However ...the wasteland of Skyrim is still a very cold, harsh place. Even though the waters are warm, everything is very cold.
I have also added more variety of textures around Whiterun. They still repeat, but that is because of how the textures are...sorry about that. They look a lot better, though.
I also replaced (some) coastal areas with obsidian. And if you look far out, you can see giant obsidian mountains in the distance out in the ocean that have risen up.
I also replaced (some) aspen trees with mushrooms. Other trees around there are mutated as well, with fungus growing on them and changing them.
This overhauls all textures (includes meshes) to a look of an apocalyptic wasteland...Skyrim style! You'll find alien environments, burning fires and...
vendayn's skyrim wasteland - skyout full version
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