Wednesday, January 2, 2013

TESV:Skyrim - Bandits Pt. 2

Happy new year! Let's hope that 2013 is filled with a bit more happiness, a little more joy, a little less tragedy and a lot more art!

Bandit variants from the previous Bandits post:



All Images Copyright Bethesda Softworks LLC, All Rights Reserved 2011

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Amazing art, I am a big fan of the Elder Scrolls and Its lore. I was wondering if you could draw or sketch an Akavir inhabitant on free time.

Ray Lederer said...

Free time? What's that? :)

Anonymous said...

Oooh, tell us more. What are you working on right now?

Ray Lederer said...

At the moment? Changing diapers and getting kids ready for the day...:) Seriously tho, can't talk about work stuff. It would hurt the company's business and I'd get fired not to mention blacklisted in the industry... Be patient, all will be revealed eventually:)

RogerH said...

Whatever Ray's working on its gotta be even more epic than Skyrim, which is a tall order.

Awesome work as usual. Thanks for taking the time from changing diapers (a lovely task, I can imagine..hehe) and sharing your art. Its really appreciated.

Anonymous said...

Well can you tell me if there's going to be another chapter for the elder scrolls a new game after skyrim I'm asking you because your the artist and you would know right? And it wouldn't hurt the business for answering this question

Ray Lederer said...

Nice try:)

Ray Lederer said...

Thanks RogerH! I hope you guys like what were cooking up

CedarBough said...

you know you're a genius, right?

Ray Lederer said...

@Cedarbough: Considering you're the most brilliant person I know I'm going to take that as high praise indeed! Thank you so much!

Gustave said...
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Sam Burgett said...

Any tips for someone looking to get into what you do? :)

mohawksnakie x said...

you are amazing!
what tablet did you use for this ?

Ray Lederer said...

Hey thanks Mowhawksnakie: I think at the time I was using a Cintiq but now I use an Intuos 5.