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The saddest Khajiit part 2 by DarrenGeers The saddest Khajiit part 2 by DarrenGeers
Hello everyone!  Here's part two of our little friends adventure :(


Also... if you want to watch me draw this, here's a handy VOD (video on demand) www.twitch.tv/geers_art/b/4932…

thanks! 
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Lu-Liu 2 days ago  Hobbyist Artist
omg. <3

How cute would it be if khajiits in Skyrim looked like this? If they ever have little baby khajiits in an Elder Scrolls game, they should like this.
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:iconlordacoustico:
I'm chocking here xD I love ittttt!!! So hilarious ha I want more Saddest Khajiit!
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:iconjasonaw3:

You are a sick and twisted person...  Need more Saddest Khajiit!

 

(Still think you're sick and twisted though...)

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:iconjonbluestone:
jonbluestone Feb 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It was your images of Khajiit that gave me the reason to purchase Skyrim: the elder scrolls in the first place.
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DarrenGeers Feb 2, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Cool :)  It's well worth lots of play time!
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jonbluestone Feb 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
But what of the incredibly handsome furry little guy. Does he survive the final scene you drew?
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DarrenGeers Feb 2, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Nope
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jonbluestone Feb 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

That's incredibly sad. You know, as a kid I had a book (a children's book) in the sixties in which was drawn a beautiful red Robin (bird) and as the story unfolded it was explained (in pictures, very much in the style of your art) that the Robin had a beautiful waistcoat; one day a Sparrow, an archer who felt the Robin did not deserve the waistcoat aimed and shot an arrow at him, penetrating his chest and causing the harmless Robin to expire. I am absolutely HAUNTED by that book, for the Robin is shown on his back, his wings fluttering uselessly as a red spot begins to cover his chest and to stain that beautiful waistcoat with his life's blood. The detail was horrifying, his eye clouded over and his beak was open as if gasping for air and the Sparrow got away with murder - in effect killing to Robin just to justify the children's rhyme "along came a sparrow with an arrow" and that image scarred me for life. I often think about it, as silly as it sounds; how this happy little bird was cut down and obtained his red chest from that act of brutality. Why do they SCAR children for life with such things? Terrible, and well, anyway that image reminds me of that scene. How such bravery can be snuffed out all too easily and cruelly.


Anyway, the fictional little guy is at peace now, or so we would wish.

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kameame Jan 31, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Dammit, Lirik. 
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:iconliger0schnider:
I just laughed xD!
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