Friday Fashion, Saturday edition

Hammerknight was nice enough to agree to push his "How To" post from Friday to today so Mark's polearms would be sure to be noticed, but I'm glad to get this extra edition of the always great recipe series up to help you develop the perfect character sketch. This edition focuses on hair styles for you adventurous composers of female portraits. Thanks again Hammerknight!

As usual, click on any of these recipe images to see it much bigger.


11 Responses to Friday Fashion, Saturday edition

  1. Avatar Hakoon1 says:

    Really Great job once again. Song Bird is going to love this :D.

  2. Avatar Matt says:

    Thanks HK, these are great.

  3. Avatar dementedtheclown says:


  4. Avatar SongBird says:

    Awesome job, Hammerknight! Hak’s right. I love the tutorial.

  5. Avatar Hakoon1 says:

    Of course I’m right! I’m always right!

  6. Avatar Hammerknight says:

    Thank you SongBird, that means a lot.

  7. Avatar J says:

    Good job on the hair but until we get a proper female form its still going to look alot like a guy dressed as a woman and wearing makeup no matter what you do.

  8. Avatar Hammerknight says:

    @J, Thank you for your comments. I have heard this many times from a few other people. That is why I am putting out this information, so that people can try and work with what we do have. I think there are a lot of great female characters being made on HM3 by people like Isia and SongBird, just to name a couple. I have never been the type of person that would say,”All I have is a box, so a box is what I have.” I always looked at the box to see what I could make of it. Some of the best forts, space ships, and race cars I ever had was made from a washing machine box(months of fun). I guess I was raised in a time when imagination was something worth more then gold.

  9. Avatar kyle says:

    Good job on the hair.
    how good are you of making costumes?
    putting clothing on hm3 women clothing?????