This appears to be the town of Suran, if memory serves me right. Silt strider at the top, people drinking Sujamma ontop of the Desele's House of Earthly Delight's, hanging out besides Lake Masobi. A deep sense of tone and depth extends into the hills above. A beautiful sunset indeed overshadows the town of slavers and pilgrims. Wonderful. The people on Desele's make this one of the best piece's of Morrowind fanart I've come across yet.
Love the work. I'm a volunteer working on a fan based port of the Morrowind game into the newer Skyrim game engine. We are creating fan-based art loading screens for the game and would like your permission to include this piece of art work and any others that are Morrowind related. Its a free game made by Elder Scrolls enthusiasts. For details you can check out our website morroblivion.com
Are you guys adding the stats back in, have you guys seriously thought about widening the combat an armor systems depth, and widening the weapon types?
•Like adding the ability to parry, slash, and stab (with different weapons doing better in differing ways).
•Changing the armor resistance to a multi-DAM threshold system. (example) a chest piece is impervious to, say, the slashing DAM of a Orkish blade or the blunt DAM of a Ebony mace but not the stabing DAM of a Iron sword or arrow.
•Adding Rapiers, Pikes, Spears, and differing bow and Arbalests classes.
(taking cues from games like Chivalry and Dark Souls, of course)
Sorry for just dumping this shit on you. Is isn't polite, but I can't think of a propper way to communicate such things, and I've been to the Morroblivion site. :/ Again, sorry!
By the daedras, THOSE COLORS AND LIGHT! I saw many of your's outstanding Morrowind FanArts, but this one really warms my heart. This game is so immersive and suggestive. No surprise it's a source of inspiration for many great artists!
I wish Bethesda hired Michael Kirkbride again - he's the one responsible for Morrowind's lore and graphic design.