Ah, a fair point. But you'd just assumed the bronze capped everything and stony architecture off the top of your head as the more well known of the two. But I can definitely see that now that you've pointed it out, especially given the beards.
Oh I hear ya there, the Argonians have their fair share of stone temples as well resembling the pyramids that the Aztecs would create, the son building over their fathers temple and then the next son doing the same. I believe that was it. I won't lie at first I thought at first that the dwemer were aztec but started researching it more and changed my mind.
Definitely. Plus the advanced sciences, their art and such is quite assyrian. Seems the Argonians and dwemer have similar art styles, if you ask me. Wouldn't be surprised if the two'd met at one point. Or the Argonians started taking inspiration when they invaded Morrowind, all those dwemer ruins.
Well Argonians are the only native -main- species to Tamriel, and I think the Dwemer are native as well. So they could of intermingled before the Aldmer, Yokudans and Nedic arrived, not to be a massive nerd.
So amazing, and sort of touching. The expression on the Dwemer's face is captivating, like that of an inventor putting the final piece in his creation, and the composition and design are both fantastic.
Due to a chain of events that was set in motion by the Oblivion Crisis, it was Argonia that ended up with a great deal of Dwemer technologies, and a knowledge of how to use them. Much can be learned by reverse-engineering.
It's almost humbling in a way. That Dwemer is about to give life to a piece of metal. The sepia washed out tone is a lot like some other fantasy pics that I have seen to give it that high fantasy type look. It makes one speculate what did happen to the dwemer. I believe that the dwemer race didn't all die out or become gods. They must've transorted themselves forard through time. When too I don't know but thats what I believe happened.