@Anon562 Hi, I have temporarily postponed this task. A lot of work has come on me lately. When I free up time, I will be able to return to my little hobby again.
Great model! Nevertheless, I discovered some problems: 1. a hole in the right hand of the model (really a hole!); 2. eyes without viewtarget; 3. smd and qc files included (no problem, just why?). I understand that a year has passed since the model was released by you, but I ask you to fix these problems. It is sad to see such a good model with defects.
Wow, nice work!
@smarty155 This is the best I've found on Devianart. This [https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-models/character/woman/t-pose-nonrigged-model-of-horo-toon-girl] looks better, but I don’t want to spend money on my little hobby.
@menggi Not planned in the near future. Maybe someday.
@QaqaBaba ho oh, lucky me on people like you
@Faizal786sunny I did not like this version of the model. Too obvious meshmod catches the eye. I will try to do it myself.
@DevilsCry @FluffyCloud It seemed to me a good idea to upload the casual version separately. Today I ported just this. Later, I do a naked version.
@kyo I do not make a big difference between the original characters and cosplay. For me, it is important that the model matches the desired image and looks congruently on scene.
@foxSFM, @kyo Right. I prefer to use ready-made models because it is easier and faster. I find an interesting model for me, port it, edit and use. If I like the result, then I post it here.