Best of the old Fallouts, best of the Brotherhood of Steel.
Hopefully the talk about Chicago in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas means we'll be going back there. Maybe we'll meet the Warrior... or at least his or her family, and perhaps use the armor and weapons he or she used. Super Mutants that brandished M2 Brownings as if they were pistols and fired deadly hails of Depleted Uranium, in 15-round burst mode, with Sniper-like accuracy, were destroyed by the Warrior and his squad. Biggest Goddamn Hero of the Wasteland, in my opinion.
I didn't HATE it. But it definitely could have been better. The power armor DID look cool, BUT it made no sense. The Brotherhood didn't have the proper equipment to make newer, more advanced power armor. That was established in the first two games. Tactics also seemed to use concept designs for super mutants, deathclaws, etc. instead of the designs that were actually implemented in the other games.
Also, you can say the Deathclaws in the Midwest simply mutated differently. But I think the Super Mutants were explicitly stated to be remnants of the Master's army, so I can't think of any justification for their oddness.
I think neither will I. ...but I would like to play this anyway... On the other hand I played first Fallout and I didn't focus on SPECIAL I was so young then that I was thinking: 'Just a system and nothing else'
I relly like the dual light effect on the helmet. Could be pretty interresting to see you doing digital art...But software is very expensive though, however you could alsways try the trail version, like Adobe Photoshop...
I have Photoshop CS2, but I didn't know how to use it (I borrowed one book to learn, but I hadn't got too much time). I also have Corel Painter X, but I need to learn it first. ...And I feel a need to make digital art. Pencils can make amazing things, but digital art gives more.
Yes, thing is to learn it...I learnd most by exploring the program myself...took time and patience, Searching on the web both info and video tutorials, but when I tried Painter X I gave up, I think it is to difficult for me to get used to, since I got most experience with Photoshop. But i would recomend you to use a tablet since it makes it much more easier and comfortable to work with...But alas they have their prices. But i regard it as a good investment if you really love drawing.
I myself prefere to draw by hand(lineart and detaild sketches to get the overview) because it is easier and more precise, and you can scan them to the computer...but then comes the colouring, which makes the tablet a good ally.
Thinking of it, maybe I should upload some traditional art...