Originally posted by wildtimes
reply to post by nenothtu
Yup, I agree with BIAD, that's how she would have looked on her exit from the cave, and trying to get some shuteye next to Adam....
but now, rested and refreshed...wouldn't the little baggies under her eyes be more relaxed??
Otherwise, the face shape is right-on!
I've been trying to get rid of those bags, but haven't hit the right combination of gears and levers yet.
Funny...the VO6 hair is actually my color (albeit cartoonized ...but needs strands of silver added in...LOTS of them....not in patches, but
That hair is called "anime hair", and was originally made for an earlier generation of figure, which is why you have to "tinker" with it to get it to
fit right. Now I need to search through a few gigabytes of data to find the picture it uses for "texture", and tinker with the picture to get the hair
right, which may take a little while.
Okay, well, she's no spring chicken....and since you mentioned it...
surprisingly, Dag is going through a sort of hormone crisis...called menopause in U-mans....
which reveals my secret as to her treatment of Adam in bed....
and her symptoms of such are a conversation she is going to have with Mucklebones...and maybe Gert and/or Margo?
Not sure yet.
Oh gawd! I had to live through a menopause once, and I don't envy Adam! He'll be lucky if she doesn't try to kill him in a "hot flash" of
I'm not sure what Margo would know on a gut level about menopause, being a biological machine, AKA "cyborg", but she may have some learned knowledge
of it, as opposed to the experienced variety of knowledge.
I don't know what her biological age was when she was "cyborgized", converted to mostly machine in a nice fluffy perma-flesh wrapper, so I don't know
if she experienced menopause or not.
While we're on the subject of "Margo", and in reference to your earlier confusion which I neglected to address, "Margot" is the "ghost" Margot, neno's
former wife, who is now dead, and "Margo" is the "cyborg Margo", the remains of the "original" Margo merged with machinery to provide her a shot at
"forever". Margot, the ghost one, was apparently a clone of some sort developed from some stray DNA kept in a lab for many, many, years,
Since they both have exactly the same DNA in their biological bits, but had separate
lives, we can safely assume that they possess individual
"souls", "spirits", "ghosts", or whatever you want to call the animating life force - similar to identical twins, they are separate people who happen
to have exactly the same DNA makeup. How that affects the similarity of how they act and think is anyone's guess.
They look alike, and have the same DNA, but do they THINK alike and ACT alike? only time will tell...
I wonder if they have different thumb-prints?
ETA: I'm going to try to dial up Silo next. I'm not sure whether to start out from scratch with this new Genesis figure, or try to re-work the other
Silo I had worked up, which I was never satisfied with. That one is based on one of the older figures, and I still have the settings file to recreate
it and edit from there, but I may be better off to start out from scratch. The main obstacle to an entirely new creation is the purple hair - I don't
think I've got any purple hair for this new figure.
"Neno" is on the frame of an older figure, too, and that is pretty well set in stone - I'm not about to try to re-create it on this new figure
BIAD is on an older figure, too - the ones I did earlier. I don't know if I even CAN re-create BIAD's face on this new figure, but might have to try,
since I have yet to locate the old settings file. maybe this time, I can avoid the "Russian Wrestler" look for him!
If I use the new figure, the
clothes ought to fit better, without all the tweaking, though.
edit on 2012/4/5 by nenothtu because: (no reason given)