Skyrim Special Edition

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Johnrose81

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About this mod

This mod aims to recolor the water in Skyrim to be more colorful, yet retain a sense of realism. Each type of water is carefully colored and tailored for each location and type. Watch the water color and Dynamics change depending on weather and lighting.

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Skyland Watercolor aims to recolor the water in Skyrim to be more colorful, yet retain a deep sense of realism. Each type of water is carefully colored and tailored for each location and type. Watch the water color and Dynamics change depending on weather and lighting. You have a selection between blue, green, and slow green (the crowd favorite). This mod works well as a standalone, with RW2, and iNeed. Comes with an easy to use FOMOD installer.

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V 1.9 Update
There should be no seams when using RW2, reduced seams without it, and no flat water LOD's.

Also noticed the FOMOD didn't include the new bump maps for blue and green water choices.

Also updated the FOMOD to show a picture of Slow Green option.


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Remember to come on back and endorse if you liked the mod!

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This mod includes:
Tweaked water colors and properties
New 2k normal maps
A Realistic Waters 2 Version. This isn't a patch. Use this version if you're using RW2.
Compatibility with iNeed


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 ENB Settings:
Set your ENB water muddiness to around 65 for best results. You won't get neon colors in foggy or rainy weather.

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Choose Between Slow Green, Blue or Green Mountain Water

Check out the Rest of Skyland:
Skyland Landscapes
Skyland Towns and Villages
Skyland Whiterun
Skyland Imperial Forts and Dungeons
Skyland Riften
Skyland Nordic Ruins
Skyland Markarth
Skyland HD Road Signs
Skyland Ships and Shacks
Skyland Winterhold
Skyland Watercolor
Skyland Solitude








Compatibility: Works with RW2 and iNeed.

Load Order: Place after RW2 and iNeed.

Install: Normally with your mod manager as per it's instructions. Manually install by copying the contents of the data folder within the zip file into the data folder of your game.