Solitude HD Textures by Bythemark
Skyrim » Models and textures
Added: 17/11/2011 - 05:48AM
Updated: 28/11/2011 - 02:38AM

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Last updated at 2:38, 28 Nov 2011 Uploaded at 5:48, 17 Nov 2011

--I will no longer update this mod unless there are serious problems with it. ATM it is the only Solitude texture mod I know of, but eventually it is likely that the Skyrim HD-2K Textures mod will eventually cover it as well, and they will likely be redone rather than enhanced. NebuLa is doing a good job with keeping the aesthetics, too. However, until then, this mod is still totally usable and compatible. If you do download or have this mod and then download his (or vice versa) the Solitude textures will simply be overwritten and there will be no problems running it. Don't worry!

It's located here:

UPDATE 11/26/11
Uploaded new versions with original normal maps (at time of this writing, 2048x version still uploading), and a 1024x version, The originals don't have the overly bright issue, and add more depth, but don't have as much grain. I recommend the new ones, but if you really want the grain and shiny, you'll have to endure the 200mb download and the wood patch :P. Images are of the old version, but I'll put up some screens soon. The difference from the old one isn't huge. Some textures have been altered slightly aside from normal maps.

Additionally, because the normal maps are the originals (512x) even the 2048x version should have less issues than the previous one with memory.

Windows have not been edited yet.

Almost every texture has been enhanced. If it wasn't enhanced, it wasn't included to save download time. An update may come that includes windows and the few other things that weren't changed, but in the meantime this will replace almost every one. They are mostly 4X the size of the originals (now 2048x2048), doors are 2X. Includes enhanced normal maps.

To install, unpack this to your skyrim>data folder. If you already have a texture mod, merging the texture folders will not mess with other files unless you already have new or unpacked Solitude textures.