Before you start in:
1) Yes, I'm aware the improvements over previous generations are more obvious, the older a figure you compare it to; i.e. Victoria 4 and Victoria 7, just lift their arms and you'll see it (even some poser-ites stuck with generation 4 have admitted some interest).
2) I'm not here to talk about what's so obvious or better. RE: DS4 vs Poser. It's understandable with the blunder of Poser 11 Pro (just another sign in a long line of neglect by Smith Micro) that Daz is in no way responsible to ensure compatibility with Poser products. I get that, really I do.
Where I'm coming from is that I got my start about mid-way thr
A simple yes/no answer will do or you can elaborate. 3DX will be limited to runtime3d for now (DAZ/Poser) but I will make an update about SFM soon enough. Now then, who among this list of popular female characters would you like to see me make into a 3DX when the day finally comes?
You know my rules, no scat, pedo, guro, cuckold/NTR, snuff, etc.
Chun Li Xiang? (Street Fighter series)
Cammy White? (Street Fighter series)
Juli (Street Fighter series) **
Juni (Street Fighter series)
Crimson Viper (Street Fighter series)*
Branwen? (Queen's Blade)
Lein? (Queen's Blade)
Julie? (Zombies Ate My Neighbors)
Yuna? (Final Fantasy 10)*
Internet and online gaming embodys the worst of us
To preface this: I like both. I am speaking as just another one among us all. I see the good as well. You take the good with the bad because that's the nature of these things. There is a sort of social community/etworking all its own. When I say social network I'm not talking in the sense of just social media but rather as it has stood for ages prior to the age of interconnected norms. A community really is a misnomer because once something gets too big, the community aspect dies out. Sure you could say this is due to relative scale but the lack of the personal part of it is simply not there as it is, well, in person.
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