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  • smokebaileysmokebailey Member Posts: 3,284 Arc User
    You know, in the last livestream, they talked about the possibility of animated hair. :wink:

    OH? Like it sways as you move, o blows in the wind? That would be neat, makes the hair fell less helmet like. :)
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  • khan5000khan5000 Member Posts: 2,593 Arc User
    One of the things I miss about City of Heroes is I could spend hours making a toon look however I want them to look.
    I would really like if STO would do the same.
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  • warpangelwarpangel Member Posts: 8,331 Arc User
    khan5000 wrote: »
    One of the things I miss about City of Heroes is I could spend hours making a toon look however I want them to look.
    I would really like if STO would do the same.
    The underlying capability is there, but all the tacked-on arbitrary restrictions on who can wear what, in what colors and what combinations make it impossible to use that potential to anywhere near it's full extent.
  • azrael605azrael605 Member Posts: 9,335 Arc User
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    > I'm all for that. Since I my own hair, right now, is styled similar to Killy's, (though mine's black), it will make my virtual me in game more accurate. o:)
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    > But Starfleet officers look more serious and professional with a hair bun or ponytailed hair...
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    No organization like Starfleet would ever allow that in the dress code, thankfully for everyone else as that eyebleeding nonsense has no place anywhere. Geeze at least learn how to model realistic looking humanoids not these "exaggerated worse than 90s Catwoman" scholck.
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  • smokebaileysmokebailey Member Posts: 3,284 Arc User
    azrael605 wrote: »
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    No organization like Starfleet would ever allow that in the dress code, thankfully for everyone else as that eyebleeding nonsense has no place anywhere. Geeze at least learn how to model realistic looking humanoids not these "exaggerated worse than 90s Catwoman" scholck.

    Tell someone who cares.
    And I'll make my characters look any way I choose to, sir. :)
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  • westmetalswestmetals Member Posts: 2,879 Arc User
    Is it just me or does the pic in the Anniversary promo look like her hair's a different color than it was in the Discovery tutorial?
  • somtaawkharsomtaawkhar Member Posts: 5,759 Arc User
    edited January 14
    westmetals wrote: »
    Is it just me or does the pic in the Anniversary promo look like her hair's a different color than it was in the Discovery tutorial?
    Tilly in the Mirror Universe dyes her hair blond.
  • where2r1where2r1 Member Posts: 5,901 Arc User
    edited January 14
    If it bothers you, then don't use it with stuff it clips with.

    It won't matter..it won't go to the Klingon side, anyways. LOL!

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  • spiritbornspiritborn Member Posts: 1,414 Arc User
    westmetals wrote: »
    Is it just me or does the pic in the Anniversary promo look like her hair's a different color than it was in the Discovery tutorial?
    Tilly in the Mirror Universe dyes her hair blond.
    Yeah it's different in the show itself too, with prime Tilly having curly red hair (which I think is Mary Wiseman's actual hair) while Mirror Tilly has straight golden blond hair.
  • spiritbornspiritborn Member Posts: 1,414 Arc User
    You know, in the last livestream, they talked about the possibility of animated hair. :wink:

    OH? Like it sways as you move, o blows in the wind? That would be neat, makes the hair fell less helmet like. :)
    Swaying while you move would do wonders to the longer hairstyles, WoW got that when they did their model upgrade and the difference between the "dipped in cement" old hair and the new one was a lot and WoW has only fairly primitive and simplitic animations for the hair.
  • markhawkmanmarkhawkman Member Posts: 33,575 Arc User
    where2r1 wrote: »
    If it bothers you, then don't use it with stuff it clips with.
    It won't matter..it won't go to the Klingon side, anyways. LOL!
    I wouldn't bet on that. A lot of the recent stuff HAS. Like Harry Kim's hair for example. EVERY race can seemingly use it.
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  • warpangelwarpangel Member Posts: 8,331 Arc User
    where2r1 wrote: »
    If it bothers you, then don't use it with stuff it clips with.
    It won't matter..it won't go to the Klingon side, anyways. LOL!
    I wouldn't bet on that. A lot of the recent stuff HAS. Like Harry Kim's hair for example. EVERY race can seemingly use it.
    There is no logical reason why any hairstyles would be restricted by race (beyond races that have no hair at all, and even then you could still say they're wearing a wig).

    But some are none the less.
  • risian6#1997 risian6 Member Posts: 128 Arc User
    And here I thought you guys couldn't get worse when you all asked for Spock's clothes :p
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  • sandormen123sandormen123 Member Posts: 862 Arc User
    edited January 14
    More fur to the caitians and ferasans!
    ...I wish for the tailor to freakishly glitch out for a while, giving me the opportunity to don hairs usually blocked for the feline races.
    /Floozy
  • arionisaarionisa Member Posts: 1,377 Arc User
    I agree with Warp, hair is hair. I seriously doubt that in the intervening years between modern day and STO time, things like hair dye, hair straightener, curling irons etc have somehow become forgotten or forbidden technology. My female Klingon captain saw a human female with really long straight, blonde hair and decided she wants to style her hair like that. For some reason though, in the 25C there exists no means of doing so because hair dye, hair straightener and even wigs no longer exist, and even holo-emitters for some reason can only be programmed to project a species accurate hair style.....
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  • jamieblanchardjamieblanchard Member Posts: 356 Arc User
    warpangel wrote: »
    where2r1 wrote: »
    If it bothers you, then don't use it with stuff it clips with.
    It won't matter..it won't go to the Klingon side, anyways. LOL!
    I wouldn't bet on that. A lot of the recent stuff HAS. Like Harry Kim's hair for example. EVERY race can seemingly use it.
    There is no logical reason why any hairstyles would be restricted by race (beyond races that have no hair at all, and even then you could still say they're wearing a wig).

    But some are none the less.

    That I can agree with. It's well past time to unlock the tailor, as it were.
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  • smokebaileysmokebailey Member Posts: 3,284 Arc User
    arionisa wrote: »
    I agree with Warp, hair is hair. I seriously doubt that in the intervening years between modern day and STO time, things like hair dye, hair straightener, curling irons etc have somehow become forgotten or forbidden technology. My female Klingon captain saw a human female with really long straight, blonde hair and decided she wants to style her hair like that. For some reason though, in the 25C there exists no means of doing so because hair dye, hair straightener and even wigs no longer exist, and even holo-emitters for some reason can only be programmed to project a species accurate hair style.....

    Plus Alissa has that sorta, punker style going for her, and J'rok has that nice, long look going for her.
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  • discojerdiscojer Member Posts: 423 Arc User
    khan5000 wrote: »
    One of the things I miss about City of Heroes is I could spend hours making a toon look however I want them to look.
    I would really like if STO would do the same.

    And in the last couple of years before NCSoft pulled the plug, they really improved the quality of the clothing and hair. Some of it was animated (which is not exactly a new thing, the Sims 2 had it back in what, 2000?)

  • commanderkassycommanderkassy Member Posts: 997 Arc User
    khan5000 wrote: »
    One of the things I miss about City of Heroes is I could spend hours making a toon look however I want them to look.
    I would really like if STO would do the same.
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  • commanderkassycommanderkassy Member Posts: 997 Arc User
    azrael605 wrote: »
    Geeze at least learn how to model realistic looking humanoids not these "exaggerated worse than 90s Catwoman" scholck.

    Chill. I'm a woman, she's a woman, we can make our women look however we want, we don't have to conform to YOUR standards, in a game or in real life!

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  • azrael605azrael605 Member Posts: 9,335 Arc User
    > @commanderkassy said:
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    > Chill. I'm a woman, she's a woman, we can make our women look however we want, we don't have to conform to YOUR standards, in a game or in real life!

    I don't care who is or isn't a woman, I can and will call out stupid schlock where I see it. I have no problem with art, nudity, TRIBBLE, or prostitution (provided all women involved are involved of their own free will) I have a problem with schlock pretending to be art.
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  • warpangelwarpangel Member Posts: 8,331 Arc User
    azrael605 wrote: »
    I don't care who is or isn't a woman, I can and will call out stupid schlock where I see it. I have no problem with art, nudity, TRIBBLE, or prostitution (provided all women involved are involved of their own free will) I have a problem with schlock pretending to be art.
    Presumably, women in the game are required to have certain size chest to prevent players creating characters that look like children.
  • where2r1where2r1 Member Posts: 5,901 Arc User
    I have taken to calling my cat Miss Killy, when ever I catch her doing something bad. Like ripping up a tissue into tiny pieces and throwing them all over the bathroom counters.

    Thank you STO.
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    Art is subjective, and beauty is in the eye of the beholder. What appeals to some, may not appeal to others. Let's leave it at that and not disparage other's creative endeavors. Thanks.
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  • azrael605azrael605 Member Posts: 9,335 Arc User
    edited January 17
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  • smokebaileysmokebailey Member Posts: 3,284 Arc User
    azrael605 wrote: »
    Geeze at least learn how to model realistic looking humanoids not these "exaggerated worse than 90s Catwoman" scholck.

    Chill. I'm a woman, she's a woman, we can make our women look however we want, we don't have to conform to YOUR standards, in a game or in real life!

    Thanks. :) fist bump?
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  • smokebaileysmokebailey Member Posts: 3,284 Arc User
    where2r1 wrote: »
    I have taken to calling my cat Miss Killy, when ever I catch her doing something bad. Like ripping up a tissue into tiny pieces and throwing them all over the bathroom counters.

    Thank you STO.

    My calico did that last night X_x;;
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  • where2r1where2r1 Member Posts: 5,901 Arc User
    I do like that Mirror stuff is a bit more relaxed.

    The years of pinning up my hair with regulation: "5 or less pins or hair accessories", up off the collar blah blah blah business while I was "in"....are over. This is a game, after all...nothing to do with uniformity for all or safety.

    Being able to have options for characters in uniform with much less formality and rigidity is nice.
    I already have that, pretty much on the KDF side.

    P.S. I am not sure where Tilly, my cat, picked that tissue thing up from. She is a rescued cat. She does this with the envelopes the bills come in when the flap is left open, also. It is worse because we have carpet in the office.
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  • commanderkassycommanderkassy Member Posts: 997 Arc User
    azrael605 wrote: »
    Geeze at least learn how to model realistic looking humanoids not these "exaggerated worse than 90s Catwoman" scholck.

    Chill. I'm a woman, she's a woman, we can make our women look however we want, we don't have to conform to YOUR standards, in a game or in real life!

    Thanks. :) fist bump?

    Yes, fist bump :D

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  • startrekronstartrekron Member Posts: 204 Arc User
    edited January 17
    artan42 wrote: »
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