HM3: High-waistin’

I just added seven new items to the Legwear-Female-Standard set for HeroMachine 3:

female-highwaist

These are high-waisted hip sections of existing pants to allow you to dress your female characters in less low-slung legwear if you like. They work by choosing "multiples" for the Legwear slot, choosing the basic low-waisted pants you want, then layering one of these on top with the same colors. They cover up the zippers and such.

Separating out the hips from the actual pants should allow you to mix and match more flexibly. It would probably be a good idea for me at some point to do with Legwear what I did with tops, separating out the hip area and each individual leg pant portion. Something to think about down the road a ways.

And now, more Spandex!

7 Responses to HM3: High-waistin’

  1. Avatar The Eric says:

    I’m not seeing them, and i cleared my cache.

    P.S. are you going to make resized female hands?

  2. Avatar Jeff Hebert says:

    It might help if I actually, you know, put them on the server. Oops. Sorry about that, they’re there now.

    Eventually I will do pre-sized and more feminine hands, yes, but that’s not really a priority since it only takes a few moments to do it manually now.

  3. Avatar NEON_N64 says:

    More variety is always welcome.

    “It would probably be a good idea for me at some point to do with Legwear what I did with tops, separating out the hip area and each individual leg pant portion.”

    I love that idea, I’m always a big fan of separating items into smaller parts 🙂

  4. Avatar kingmonkey says:

    Who needs to layer? With those jeans in the bottom left of the upper picture, you could make some resectable Daisy-Dukes.

  5. Avatar Hammerknight says:

    They look great Jeff, thanks.

  6. Avatar Hammerknight says:

    With just a little resizing and masking they fit all the poses.

  7. Avatar kingmonkey says:

    At work, I am forced to use IE7. Masking and patterns give my system a stroke if I try too much. IE7 will crash if I try to add more than two or three patterns, including masked layers.