Great pick. I also love the D.E.N.N.I.S. system of dating
Posts made by Chimera46
RE: Nazi-ism, fascism, religious extremism: how do these ideas keep coming back?
Human beings, as a species, have a tendency to learn and forget the same lessons over and over again. Perhaps it is a flaw in our brains, which seems ill suited to sorting out problems on a multi-generational timescale.
Another school of thought is that violent upheavals, while morally sickening, are replete with silver linings. Without Nazi aggression and the millions sacrificed to end their reign, would we have devoted substantial resources to cracking the atom or space travel (from the Manhattan project and captured Nazi rocket scientists for the moonshot)? Would we have developed international institutions dedicated to peace and stability or human rights legislation to put effect to the words "never again"?
Without the initial whirlwind expansion of Islam, who would have preserved and furthered ancient Greek knowledge while Europeans were stuck in the dark ages?
Without the subsequent European "Age of Discovery", another violent expansion that dominated most of the planet to the benefit of Europeans and their offspring, would we enjoy the global village we have today, where people, resources and ideas move across borders without much of the intensively detrimental repercussions of past migrations (i.e. the barbarian invasions of Roman territories).
In short, either we're too stupid to avoid our past mistakes, or these sorts of things are an inherent part of human social progress. It sounds counter-intuitive, much like how forest fires can actually help to renew a forest, or how sometimes you just need to drink yourself sober. It doesn't mean you don't fight the evildoers of the world, it just means you accept that they will continue to pop up from time to time.
If there is another take on this, I would be happy to hear it.
RE: ELF RALLY
This ork's table manners are atrocious! Use a napkin dammit!
Spike4072 here for those that know me by that name. I know I am a day late but I told Gazukull I would do something for this. Better late than never I guess.
So, here is my elf Visy doing what elves do best.
RE: ELF RALLY
Something classy to start us off, another pinup of one of my newer OCs, Veliara. A spoiled aristocrat who wants for nothing, she spends much of her time surviving the machinations of her extended family and other claimants to her family's holdings, who's intrigues to divest Veliara of her birthright know no end!
RE: Sequel to "The Legend of the Anaria" I need your help!
Looks great! I would however remove the cheek tattoos given that she looks more like an aristocrat than an outlaw.
RE: Skyrim Mod Talk
There are already quite a few mods to change the meshes and textures for the Player Character (PC) and Non Player Characters (NPCs) In skyrim. Look up CBBE, UPN, Sevenbase, better males, bodyslide, etc on nexus and you will find them. There is even a mod to introduce a futa race if you require chicks with dicks.
Making characters that look EXACTLY like G4E will be much more difficult. With mods like race menu and ECE you can do a lot to change the appearance of your character (I've done a few of my own OCs in Skyrim). Then if you know your way through the creation kit you can make them into NPCs (or use the Familiar Faces mod). That said, these will be an approximation of the characters you want using Skyrim modding tools. Importing the mesh and skeleton of the actual G4E characters will likely not be possible, assuming those who made G4E would want to release their meshes, which is highly doubtful. On top of that, assuming G4E was made with Daz figures, I am pretty sure plopping the actual Daz meshes and skeletons into a game would violate their TOS.
You are better off modding the hell out of Skyrim and using modding tools to make your own characters.
From the developer angle, making a mod of your original characters (OCs) and then releasing them as a mod for Skyrim (or any other game) has it's advantages in terms of free advertising, but may also open yourself up to attack on intellectual property grounds. Basically, you are inserting your own IP into someone elses' IP, rather than say it being a grassroots fan based mod. That is less likely to be something that legal teams ignore. Think what would happen if Pepsi made a Pepsi mod for Skyrim? If a fan does it, it's all good fun, so who cares? If Pepsi does it, fire up the lawyer-mobile!
That said, I would agree that the game engine used to make skyrim could be a very powerful tool to basically make sex based videogames, especially if HDT and such are developed further.
RE: Come to the dark side!
I once kicked around the idea of making a "Vagman". Basically, the opposite of a dickgirl, a dude with a vagina.
It's not really a "this is sexy" thing, I'm just curious about what would happen if a dickgirl meets a vagman. I think it would be an interesting form of social commentary on the dickgirl phenomenon.