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@SumerianDragon You seemed to have misunderstood what I said, so I'll set the record straight. I was pointing out the similarities that the models shared (in this case, certain flexes) and was using the NexGen Models as an example. I wasn't making a big deal about them having the same flexes, but providing a reference other people could be familiar with if they happen to also use the NexGen models. Hell, the Daz Bodies used nowadays aren't really a problem for me; it's the lack of creativity behind what the Bodies are being used for (seriously, there are many variations of the same character on this site and others that could be achieved the same way but are built differently). No hate intended, just pointing out what I felt was necessary for others to know if they're curious to try out the models.
@warfaremachine After testing these models, I have a better idea of what they are now. The flexes that come with the models allow for more customization, which isn't shown in the screenshots provided (specifically the ones that alter the shape of the face). I also noticed that some of these flexes come from the NexGen Models, which isn't a bad thing since it's adds to the "variety" schtick you're going for. What I've said previously still applies, just further clarifying my statements.
@warframemachine You admitted to recycling the body used for the previous models (Krystal, Vivienne, etc.), and in this case, used them along with the same assets from those same models. The only difference being the appearance/cosmetics that are attached to the body, and you're calling it the "Wolf Pack." You're reusing something that was old and re-purposing it for something that's intended to be new. Most of it is new, but not all of it. That's what I was pointing out.
@warfaremachine I think for the sake of keeping everything fresh every once in a while, it would have been better to just have the "extra" stuff be in this pack and not the stuff that was already uploaded. It's one thing to upload something that's more up-to-date and is overall better, but it doesn't really make sense to upload the same thing twice and call it new. Most of the these "old" models look like someone edited them in SFM and tried to create an OC for themselves, but that's not what all of them are. I recommend just having this type of content be more consistent then worry about the variety. At least the models (old and new) look good, so it's worth maintaining this quality. As for ideas, more OC's would be nice. Just something that hasn't been done before and will suprise everyone, in a good way.
You must be getting low on ideas, because these are literally reskins of the previously uploaded furry models with the same hairs/flexes/body types. The only model you've uploaded that could be counted as new (aside from the updated versions of models) was the Nika Shark Model. These models aren't bad, mind you, but is it really necessary to repackage the same shit and call it something else as if it were something brand new?
I'm BlueRose96 and this is my favourite thread on SFMLab. ^
I think the only minor complaint I can give is the head not being proportionate to the rest of the model: it should be slighter bigger. Other than that, nothing much different from before.
@gtsluver Because of the limitations of Source Filmmaker (It's like 10+ years old) and the restrictions of bodygroups and the number of bones and flexes a model can have, having them separate is usually the only option when it comes to making these models.
@AngryPocketPyro "Uploads something different from the rest of the 'anime' models that actually stands out with somewhat realistic proportions instead of using the actual 'generic body' made by DevilsCry." --> "Starts his unnecessary comment with tfw." Go back to 4chan, you autistic fucktard. We don't need another Artuurs on this site.
@yeetdab Nope, this is actually the model that was already uploaded on here (February 3, 2018), someone decided to upload it again and claim it as their "OC" instead of being creative. Even if this was the same person, having the same thing uploaded twice and calling it an "update" in this manner is still retardedly redundant.