We give the human Tabitha a reddish skin tone, attempting to give her a demon-from-another-plane look.
Here you can customize the look of your characters with everything from the chisel of their cheekbones to the arch of their eyebrows ...
This is the alpha version, don't forget," he says. "Soon we'll have a bust slider. That way, men will be able to depict the female characters they want, and women will be able to depict the female characters they want.
Well, I have to say that I am utterly disappointed and am almost 95 % sure that I won't buy D&DI since it costs $20. I expect elder scrolls : Oblivion quality graphics, not second-life graphics. Second-life's graphics are free! We will be paying for this - come on WotC, hire some good graphics people!
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Can we give her some hips, then? She looks a little straight up-and-down to me. I like adult women , and they have babymaker hips - even if they are adventurers. "Tabitha" is going to have to deliver via C-section. And what about back, aka booty, aka ass? Not everyone who plays D&D is white. Tabitha here - I dunno. They've put her in a pose to help conceal it - but it looks to me like her legs are stuck on at the wrong place. And many women have almost no trunk at all - ribcage basically straight on top of the hips. Tabitha looks long and snaky in the trunk.
wizards of the coast, like this alpha, is second rate. they're like the chicago cubs org.... the fans are so loyal, you can put out a second rate product year after year and the fans will buy it.