The Nexus mod author Nightasy has created a helpful series of videos showing us how to make custom armor for Skyrim. His videos are comprehensive and easy to follow requiring very little 3D modelling experience. Check them out here on Nexus or on his YouTube page.
Creating Custom Armors Step by Step
NightasyTutorials YouTube page
The encore to Skyrim Mod Sanctuary part 32. This video clears up a mistake I made in the main video where I linked to the wrong mod.
Acquisitive Soul Gems
In celebration of the 1.6 patch for Skyrim and mounted combat, this weeks video is all about horses.
Spectral Horde - Summon spectral horses for you and your followers
It's with great joy that I can announce that Skyrim Nexus has now served over 100 million downloads to gamers since Skyrim's launch 8 months ago, and we now have over 15,000 files in our file database. Skyrim has exploded in popularity much faster than Oblivion, and I think we'll soon over-take the figures on Oblivion Nexus.
It was touch and go back in November as our servers struggled to keep up with the massive demand for Skyrim files, but I'm really glad we've managed to make it this far and open up modding to as many people as possible.
While we're talking about statistics, here's a few more:
- 15,000+ file pages with over 60,000 downloadable files
- 100,000+ file images
- 6,800+ file authors who have uploaded files
- 400,000,000+ file page views
- 870,000 + endorsements
- 1,200,000+ tracked files
Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the years, and all the mod authors who continue to share their great work with us all.
Skyrim 126.96.36.199.6 is live. It seems the transition from beta to official release occured without much fanfare and a number of people were unaware that it had gone live on the 11th of June. But I can confirm for you that it did go live and is no longer in beta :)
This is a introduction to the Skyrim Script Extender (SKSE). It is aimed at people who are fairly new to modding or have never installed SKSE before, or at people who have installed SKSE before but wish to know about the new steps to install. It covers the following:
1. What SKSE is.
2. Why we use it.
3. How to install.
4. How to launch the game with SKSE running.
5. How to un-install SKSE.
The latest version of SKSE can be found at: http://skse.silverlock.org
You can find archive extraction programs at:
The thumbnail for this video is Aftermath by graphiccore.
From the team behind Nehrim - At Fate's Edge, comes Enderal - The Shards of Order - a total conversion mod for Skyrim, set a couple of years after the events of Nehrim. The team, volunteers from the dedicated modding community SureAI, aims to continue the tradition of the intensive and complex storytelling introduced in Nehrim. This basically means that, what they do here is fantasy for adults, it is dirty and immersive, and there are no fairies!
There has not been set any official release date for the mod, but by the scope of the project, I reckon it might take some time.
As per the news article yesterday we have updated Skyrim Nexus with our brand new site code that we've been working on for over a year now. As expected we've had a few teething issues that we're gradually working through.
You might find that Skyrim Nexus is a little bit slow at the moment as we tune the server environment to our new code. We'll be tweaking this over the next 48 hours and hopefully your browsing experience will gradually improve during this time. You don't need to let us know that the site is running slow or you're hitting timeout errors, because we know!
However, if you come across any bugs that you think aren't related to the database being slow then please report them in our bug tracker, where it's way more likely to be noticed and fixed, rather than say, in a news post or topic on the forums! Thanks.
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