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sorry for not posting this at the appropriate section. i'll be more careful next time i post about things that don't work as expected
Originally Posted by kiloace
Scale down leg bulk
that's what I did for my old female character with formal dresses. Same with arms.
so, you did nothing at all, because the leg bulk option is reducing the overall thickness of the legs. i don't want to argue with you but please don't contaminate the post with imaginable solutions. what you say just don't work. think i didn't try it?
come on, what is this - the female space version of popeye the sailor? it looks wrong don't tell me it doesn't i'm not blind. i have an eye for pretty things, ppl, whatever i have done 3d modeling of human bodies male and female. i know how to scale a body and what they did with the legs(calves) looks wrong. i can't imagine why it's done that way.
actually wearing the loose pants also makes the calves look very thick but there's excuse cus the pants are over the boots. but a minor fix to the scale can be done there also
Double standards.... I hate them. Can't act like a red blooded man without getting smacked by a feminist, yet I can't act noble because then my manliness will get insulted.
Stuck between a rock and a hard place for sure...
And as the OP stated, I see your point, the females rears do look a bit disproppotioned. Going from ankle to waist, I saw a sudden hill pop up out of nowhere, and my artist mind said, "This anatomy is all wrong! The rear has to have a more smoother curve, not... THIS!!!".
So yeah, I see what you mean.
Oh, and I am a pervert, but this is not the place to discuss these types of things.
And I know someone out there would abuse it, just for the sake of abusing it. Like I said, we have some weird named toons out there, and I for one can only handle shenanigans up to a point.
("I'm not just a pervert, I'm *does a Kabuki dance* A SUPER PERVERT!!!!!!")
Sometimes I choose to play a female character in games, even though I'm a guy. In RPGs like Mass Effect or The Old Republic, I usually go back and play it again on the opposite gender to see how much the game changes. Sometimes, there's quite a bit of difference.
In STO, there isn't much difference besides appearance, so it really doesn't matter which one you pick. Some guys think it's better to stare at a woman than to stare at a guy's back for that long. I personally don't care either way. It's only a game, after all.
That said, they do need to fix that issue, I've noticed it while I'm setting up my bridge officers, and it's a bit annoying. Hope it gets addressed sooner or later.
What about weird names though? And what does that have to do with being a pervert?
Because if somethings there, someone is bound to mess with it just for the shiggles. I just flew by in game and saw a ship named:
... Yeah, see what I mean. Then again I really could care less about someone's in game name, because it doesn't really affect anything other than I can laugh at their name, and I can also take people like that less seriously then.
And the pervert thing ties in with the name thing because, by Rule 42 of the internet: Nothing is Sacred.
Still, I'd like to see the deriere of the females cast down a bit so it's smoother. It'll be at least, aestetically pleasing *cough*.