Ah I see someone has discovered the works of John Malis. I thought it would be a great idea to put his awesome Poser 4 models in NWN portraits.
Posted by Sandcat ( 200.242.xxx.xxx ) at 2004-07-16 20:32:00
"A little bit more bigger"? Oh my goodness, I just had to post insane lack of grammar there... Are you a foreigner or just a retard?
I haven't seen the pic (hasn't loaded) yet so I don't know what it's like.
This is a compilation of the old system into a single score. There were 8 that made this score of 5.88 then rounded to 6.
Posted by Anonymous ( ..xxx.xxx ) at 2003-06-14 21:06:00
it would be nice if her sword would be a little bit more bigger. nice work
Posted by strahd357 ( ..xxx.xxx ) at 2003-02-02 19:43:00
I have to agree with loki,it looks like tin foil on the
shoulders but the other textures look great.I was thinkin
maybe a tinted color(black crome) or a shinny crome look .
Posted by M.G.Skaggs ( ..xxx.xxx ) at 2003-02-02 14:16:00
Its actually hammered steel texture around the neck.
Posted by Loki Hakanin ( ..xxx.xxx ) at 2003-02-01 19:33:00
Jus one or two comments, I'm not sure how valid they are
since I don't own a copy of poser and therefore don't know
much about its workings..
Is there any way you cuold have used a different texture or
something for the bit around the neck? I'm guessing it was
intended to be fur, but with the bump-mapping and texture
it has, it looks almost like...well..cotton.
Also, as I said on your last custom male paladin, I don't
know if its possible, but a chainmail texture with smaller
looking rings would probably look a little better on the
Still, very nice work!
Posted by M.G.Skaggs ( ..xxx.xxx ) at 2003-02-01 19:01:00
Yes I tweaked the fem paladin and gave her a diff sword.
Posted by strahd357 ( ..xxx.xxx ) at 2003-02-01 18:46:00
Guess there not messed up ,they still work.
Posted by strahd357 ( ..xxx.xxx ) at 2003-02-01 18:26:00
Cool ,you found jon's female paladin.i was gonna make some
portraits with this character but i've been to lazy.all but
the huge one seem to be messed up,the blank part of the
portrait is on the side instead of the bottom.
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