How to Make Your Skyrim Map Better: BLOOD

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Fake blood, that is. Skyrim player and prop maker Shannon Clawson decided to modify the map bundled with The Elder Scrolls V. Out came the sandpaper, fake blood, and fire.

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Add an old frame and bam you're done!

"Project time was less than an hour," Shannon wrote. "Well worth the effort." And yes, Shannon is well aware that blood oxidizes and went with the "fresh blood" look.

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Illustration for article titled How to Make Your emSkyrim/em Map Better: BLOOD
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Blood. I like it. However, everyone always uses that cherry red color. Blood isn't that bright to begin with, and it gets quite a bit darker when it dries. For the use here, we're talking about blood that dried a long time ago, and is mostly a stain by now. Way too bright a red. It ends up looking more like someone used it as a napkin to wipe up a ketchup spill or something. Well, no, it's still not dark enough.

Anyway, pardon the rant. I do like the idea.