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Old 07-16-2008, 02:26 PM   #301
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This is the Assassin Mimi for a Weird War II game.
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Old 07-16-2008, 03:33 PM   #302
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This is the Assassin Mimi for a Weird War II game.
Now there's practical garb, footwear, and hairstyle for sword fighting if I ever saw it ;)
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Old 07-16-2008, 05:04 PM   #303
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I did this picture for the culmination of a story arc (and the GM screwing up their own story by not remembering what they had done to Brandi, thus giving us an easy way out).

I was asked to make a couple of Fantasy girls for a friend's game:
Darkness
Tsuki
Yes, they are actually wearing the same outfit, just with different boots and textures.

Same friend asked me to make a slave girl:
Slave Girl 1

When I had finished her, but before I had a chance to send her to her, she asked if I could make her "exotic."
Slave Girl 2
Apparantly, that's the one she used.
ah, so you're the HandOfBob guy.

how about the clothing ? like "Raquel Slade" is it free as well ?

any type of space/bodysuits say like they wore in Star Trek Enterprise (the blue jumpers), or something along those lines ? (not just porn-star stuff in other words).


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Old 07-16-2008, 05:27 PM   #304
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You have to dig deep (now that I've been digging deep for the last week or so) to find anything that is not pornstar material. You usually don't come across serious, thematic stuff if you're looking at the "favorites" in content lines. Use keywords or just go crazy and browse a couple of hundred pages - you'll find very good stuff. I now have couple of good, versatile material but I can't remember their names - when I have the chance I'll check but they are certainly not free, have the cc bill to prove that :)

Actually, I think I remember a good sci-fi space suit bundle - marines something, ah! You may find this, this, this , and maybe this interesting...

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Old 07-16-2008, 10:27 PM   #305
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Now there's practical garb, footwear, and hairstyle for sword fighting if I ever saw it ;)
Yeah, but considering sheís successful just makes her more frightening. (Or just that she possesses the perks: Can Fight in High Heels and Hair never gets in the way). She was inspired by Amy from Soul Calibur.

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ah, so you're the HandOfBob guy.
I am NOT HandofBobb, thatís MonkeyFist. However, this is not the first time this mistake has been made: MonkeyFist was posting on the DAZ fora through my account because I wasnít using it.

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how about the clothing ? like "Raquel Slade" is it free as well ?
No. That was from Pretty3d (Iím at work, no links from here). It wasnít free.

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any type of space/bodysuits say like they wore in Star Trek Enterprise (the blue jumpers), or something along those lines ? (not just porn-star stuff in other words).
There are a couple of sites out there that Iíve seen free Star Trek outfits. I think Vanishing Point might actually have some.

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Actually, I think I remember a good sci-fi space suit bundle - marines something, ah! You may find this,
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and maybe this interesting...
Got it.

There are lots of good things at Daz.
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Old 07-16-2008, 10:55 PM   #306
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It is the volume of content you have that intimidates me :) I already have a small collection but I wish there were 100$ packages for "sci fi fans" or "fantasy GM's" and such :D

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Old 07-17-2008, 03:36 AM   #307
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Heh. I have just over a gig of uninstalled content that I haven't got around to installing. I have 21 gigs of "archival" content that I burn to DVD so it doesn't get lost.

Installed, I have over sixty gigs of content. It's about 70/30 purchased/freebies.

If something happened to my computer, I'd likely cry. My external hard drive died, and it took me a good, solid week to get all my content safely off.
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Old 07-17-2008, 03:53 AM   #308
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Hmmm... If you're using DAZ Studio only, just archive the "Content" folder to DVD's to be safe ;) DAZ content installers do not put anything in other directories (well, they sometimes screw up and end up creating "content" directories inside "content" but this is not a problem really) as far as I understand it so uninstalling them would be a matter of Shift-DEL anyways, you wouldn't really need the uninstallers.

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Yeah, I don't use the uninstallers. I've tried backing it all up to DVDs, but it gets really messy (and besides, 15 DVDs? That'll be heck keeping track of). What I really need to do is break down and get a recordable blu-ray drive.
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I was looking for something more along the lines of this (go down near the bottom of the page)...

http://kemkem-web.web.infoseek.co.jp.../s3/ss001.html

Some of the Vanishing Point stuff isn't bad though.



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