Almost anyone who's played the PNP version of Dungeons & Dragons knows full well the old clichés...
* Almost every adventure starts in a bar/tavern/inn.
* Said bar/tavern/inn is a frequent hangout of the PC's.
* Said bar/tavern/inn employs at least one barmaid who is far too attractive to be logically employed in such an establishment (and thus is usually given a reason for being there such as being the innkeeper's daughter or an orphan raised by the innkeeper) and probably has a secret (or not-so-secret) crush on one of the PC's.
* Said barmaid is usually a feisty redhead, speaks with either a Scottish or Irish brogue, and is blindingly fast at slapping customers who attempt to grab things they shouldn't.
* Said barmaid's outfit is usually a puffy-sleeved, off-the-shoulder affair designed to expose as much or her (usually very ample) cleavage as is humanly (or inhumanly) possible and thus attract more tips from inebriated (or bedazzled) patrons.
1.) Yes, the chest model is unrealistically buxom. And jiggles a little. See above cliché notes.
2.) Yes, the cloth-knot "bow" on the bodice is very large and kinda silly-looking.
3.) Yes, the knot on the front of the skirt looks awful when viewed close up. Sorry about that. No excuses.
There are two versions of the hak; the only difference is in the 2da's...one is designed for use without CEP, the other is designed for use with CEP.
Let me say my hat is definitely off to contributors like Lisa who are the real masters at this. After the hell I went through trying to figure out how to do PLT's without a copious amount of "junk" showing up in the results, I can only marvel at how incredibly good you are at what you do. Thanks for the inspiration and the amazing content!
Speaking of Lisa, credit where credit is due: The foot models and robe models are blatantly stolen from Lisa's ClothesHorse 1.66 hak. The foot texture is my own work based on the original Bioware foot PLT, but the robe PLT is also 95.079% ripped off from Lisa's work; all I did was add some extra texture to the two cloth parts and add in the lousy-looking leather "knot" in the front. I take no credit there; she did all the hard parts!
Braceleted forearms are stolen (again) directly from ClothesHorse 1.66. Apologies (again!) to Lisa.
Fingered hands are ripped off from the latest JenX pack. Apologies to whoever the original author is (KuraiRyu, I think?)
The head is only for human females; I only included it because it's the one I used for the sample module and it's also my personal favorite from Dryndalyn's "All Female Heads And Then Some" hak.
This outfit is only for "normal"-phenotype females of all standard PC races. Sorry, no male versions and no large phenos.
Includes instructions, a "color guide" shot to show what materials correspond to which parts, and a very small sample module where you can pick up a premade version of the outfit (and, if you're male, attempt to pick up the barmaid. And fail miserably.)
You know, I recently read some historical books (have attended way too many ren-faires for my own good) and have come to the conclusion that "Sirrah" is meant to be deragatory.
Ex: "You have some nerve speaking of my sister with such familiarity, Sirrah!" (off comes the glove to slap the other person's face, they throw flowery curses at each other, a duel ensues...yadda yadda...)
I could go on about proper Rennie speak--I just find it sad that I remember all of it and sometimes can't remember what I did the morning before. ;)
I'm not demanding or even implying that you should change the cute screenie... just more useless info plucked out of the noggin for anyone to use. :P _________________________ Cheers,
"Eliminating the need for a PnP game one NWN area at a time."