Well now that Skyrim screenshooting is in full, glorious swing, I think it's time to upload my screenshots...my Oblivion screenshots. I've never been very good at staying current, what can I say? Anyway, I'm a longtime Elder Scrolls fan, and an Oblivion screenshooting junkie. For many ES fans, Oblivion's conventional-hamlets-castles-and-trees fantasy setting was a huge turnoff. Well, it was for me at first, I admit. However, over time, and thanks to the contributions of the modding community, I've come to believe that Oblivion's generic-ness is actually part of its strength. Almost any kind of character can find a home there- and to this end, most of my characters in Oblivion are pretty lore-unfriendly custom races. XD Androids, time-traveling elves, chibi-half-dragons, etc, and so on.
I haven't started screenshooting Skyrim yet. but when I do, it's unlikely that my taste for the anachronistic and absurd will be evident. Skyrim's setting and overall esthetic is very distinct, in my opinion, and I appreciate it for that. It's a quality I will wish to honor in my Skyrim screenshots.