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Old 07-28-2011, 05:56 PM   #801
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Here's Jessi Reynolds for MonkeyFist's Left Behind game. She's a parkour-style thief.
Why am I thinking "Pippi Longstockings, all grown up"?

(That isn't a bad thing, BTW.)
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Old 07-28-2011, 09:27 PM   #802
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Dwarf guard, exhibiting the universal "suspicious" look.

And one for Mark, which is probably not SFW.
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Old 07-29-2011, 03:06 AM   #803
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Here's Jessi's older sister, Jasmine Reynolds, post Taken, when she returns seven years later with super powers (none of her's are obvious, other than her hair changed from red to pink).

Bruno, how's Daz 4 treating you? Have they said when we're gunna get the 64-bit version? How about Reality for Daz 4? I can't go back to something that's not as awesome as Lux.
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Old 07-29-2011, 05:33 AM   #804
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Here's Jessi Reynolds for MonkeyFist's Left Behind game. She's a parkour-style thief.
She´s good. But I have a question. Why isn't the Parkour user wearing shoes she can run in?
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Old 07-29-2011, 07:21 AM   #805
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She´s good. But I have a question. Why isn't the Parkour user wearing shoes she can run in?
She probably took the Fanservice perk.
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Old 07-29-2011, 08:51 AM   #806
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She´s good. But I have a question. Why isn't the Parkour user wearing shoes she can run in?
Muscles would help, too. Twig legs!
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Old 07-29-2011, 08:56 AM   #807
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Bruno, how's Daz 4 treating you? Have they said when we're gunna get the 64-bit version? How about Reality for Daz 4? I can't go back to something that's not as awesome as Lux.
Those last two were rendered in Studio 4 (with Genesis!), so definitely "fine" ;)

I'm in on the beta for the 64 bit version so the core is around, but I don't know if we have all the plugins or not and they haven't hinted about release schedules...

But Monday is supposed to be the start of a big Genesis promotion so it might come out during that? I don't know, their whole marketing strategy is sort of shifting right now so it's hard to guess.

None of the plugins will be updateable until the Plugin SDK for Studio 4 comes out, unless DAZ does it themselves. :( I think Reality for Studio 4 will be out pretty quickly after that, but I haven't heard for sure from Paolo. He's working on a new version of Reality though so he might release it all together?

Have you tried the Studio2Lux plugin? It's free, and works pretty well although the difference in material management seems to be a failing point for some people. I like it because it's like Blenders materials, so you can see why some people hate it ;) (Also DS3 only at the moment for the same reasons, though) http://forum.daz3d.com/viewtopic.php?t=166543
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Old 07-29-2011, 11:50 AM   #808
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Muscles would help, too. Twig legs!
Well, it's a Mark Skarr image. Hard to find one that isn't an anorexic twig.
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Old 07-29-2011, 01:56 PM   #809
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She´s good. But I have a question. Why isn't the Parkour user wearing shoes she can run in?
High-Heeled Heroine. It's a game. And, a girl once told me that it was easier to "grind" down a railing with heels since you could latch htem over one edge and have a better center of balance. Don't know about that, but hey, it works for game logic.

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She probably took the Fanservice perk.
Not quite, no. She took High-Heeled Heroine.

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Muscles would help, too. Twig legs!
Yeah, well, most guys, when they see a muscled woman suddenly get scared. It's like ballet-dancer feet: there's a fetish for it, but it's not mainstream. I had a number of guys think that Pink's abdomen, in this picture, was too muscular to be attractive. So, it got toned down, and the pants (which I really liked), got changed to a miniskirt.

I haven't shown many of them the Argurous pictures.

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Well, it's a Mark Skarr image. Hard to find one that isn't an anorexic twig.
Hey, Holly isn't anorexic! Sailor, uh, what's-her-name (I'll have to check with Rob, I forget), isn't anorexic! Rad Vixen (with updated boots, for Ze'), isn't anorexic!
Okay, Pink's skinny, but I wouldn't say she's anorexic.

(Oh, and yes, that is a "Me thinks thou dost protest too much," bit, if anyone's wondering . . ..)
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Yeah, well, most guys, when they see a muscled woman suddenly get scared. It's like ballet-dancer feet: there's a fetish for it, but it's not mainstream.
Sure, sure. ;) Gotta wonder why what "most guys" think matters to a thief who exploits Parkour. If she's doing her thief job right, "most guys" won't ever see her, and maybe she should try to scare off the ones who do. And Parkour comes with a philosophical mindset that puts a healthy self-image (like fit, with good muscle tone) before what others (like "most guys") think. But that's just me . . . given the choice between "skinny," "average," "athletic," and "heavy," I'll pick "athletic" every time both in others and as a (probably unattainable) goal for myself.
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