I am a jack-of-all-(many)-trades Skyrim mod author. My work ranges from follower mods to gameplay mods to texture mods to combat mods. I want to feature some live mod-making in my stream in addition to gameplay. I am not working on any projects at the moment but, if you are getting started with making your own mods or want to start learning how, I can walk you through some stuff and I'll probably help on stream. Specifically, I have a lot of experience working with many aspects of the Creation Kit (quests and dialogue, spells, and scripting to name some), making standalone followers, and making use of some of the most popular modding frameworks available (such as MCM and FNIS).
Listen, this is pretty simple. If you're like most people, you talk s**t. But there's a line between which it's normal and hilarious, versus where you'd get a weird look from your boys. Stay on the right side of that line. Don't get banned.
Even though I have a pretty decent gaming computer now, I don't think that's all it takes to create good content. I want to make it better by being as entertaining as I possibly can, all the time! Often streamers will show themselves fixing mods and merging esp's, etc... But you're not here to listen to my problems! If I ever start whining about my personal mod problems, feel free to type "!problems" into the chat... [Have a nice day!](http://i.imgur.com/IwJ8GjF.png) (by Blarrgh) (Damned LoversLab! :P)
When you make a lot of your own mods and edit/re-purpose a lot of the mods you download and then repackage them for easier organization with a mod manager, things get really complicated: In the list of "mods" I have installed according to NMM/MO, some of them don't exist by the name I've designated them and some of the mods I used aren't listed because they weren't installed that way. So I prefer that you ask about particular things you see. I might even end up pointing you towards some of my own mods on the Nexus or LoversLab. Tell me what you think of them if you end up using them! Still, you can type "!mods" in the chat to see my current modlist for this playthrough. My modlist can change significantly from playthrough to playthrough, so this won't be an exhaustive list of the mods I'd recommend, and most certainly your game experience will NOT be the same as what I have on stream if you just install those mods as is. Typing "!modz" into the chat will get Nightbot to post links to where I have uploaded my mods. Enjoy! Tell me what you think of them.