HM3: Female Coats

I've just updated HeroMachine 3 with the Tops-Female-Coats set, a direct translation of the Tops-Male-Coats set. Here's how a few of them look:

The long transferal slog continues apace. Holler if you see any problems with this particular one.

19 Responses to HM3: Female Coats

  1. Haxxx says:

    UBER W00T!!!
    thank you Jeff. Those were the coats I was looking for…

  2. NEON_N64 says:

    Great !!

    A good job as usual, and you even added an extra item at the end 🙂

  3. Danny Beaty says:

    @Jeff: The new female coats look great! There is a great buttoned male vest from HM2.5 which has not been added to HM3. Will you add that vest? Also, could you add an open dress jacket to male tops? There is a great cumberbum in the Belt section but when I add a dress jacket to it it covers the cumberbum. Some coat tails (to make a really cool looking tuxedo) would also be welcome.
    About Satanya, she is Satan’s daughter and sometimes she fights Satan, not for altruistic reasons but to give her dad a hard time. She really doesn’t worship anything. If Satanya isn’t what you had in mind, could you wish it into the cornfield so I can redo it to fit the rules?

  4. Jeff Hebert says:

    Actually that one at the end is in the Male Coats set too, I just forgot to upload that version. I’ll do it as soon as I have better connection.

    Danny, no more items are getting added (except for prizes) until after the male-female and right-left swaps.

    Satanya is not what I had in mind for this contest, it’s more supposed to be about servants of the gods (or demons) and not their spawn or whatnot. No need to remove her, though, she’s eligible for new contests going forward.

  5. Jeff Hebert says:

    Update: The Tops-Male-Coats set has now been updated with that new trenchcoat at the end. You might have to clear your cache for it to show.

  6. Haxxx says:

    @Jeff: as a counter to your answer to Danny: If the contest is fantasy then we can include D&D 4E. If we are then an Epic cleric is usually an angel or a direct massager of his god. In edition clerics and general Holly Folks were said to seat close to their god when they died, meaning to become an Angel (thats how the Mtatron got its job).

  7. Jeff Hebert says:

    That would be true if this contest were run by Wizards of the Coast for D&D. But it’s not, it’s a HeroMachine contest run by me, and I don’t want angels and demons, I want priests. We already had an angels and demons contest, so I wanted to do something different.

  8. Solander says:

    Would a paladin qualify?

  9. Jeff Hebert says:

    It’s awfully hard to tell any difference between a paladin and a warrior priest just by looking, so I think that’d probably fly no problem.

  10. Haxxx says:

    OK (still looking for a loophole) douse this:
    counts as a priest?
    In the manga he is called a priest so is it a priest?

  11. Nick Hentschel says:

    Thanks for all your hard work, Jeff.

  12. Niall Mor says:

    Hi Jeff,

    The coats look great, but this is actually a comment on the last set of items you added, the bustiers. I wanted to put it where I knew you’d see it. I hope you don’t mind. There’s one particular bustier that doesn’t seem to have made the transition from HM 2.5 to 3.0. It’s the second one in the set that has a kind of winding, twisty pattern on the front of it. It’s drawn so that the front of the bustier can be one color and the winding decorative stuff can be another color. That bustier was an essential part of the “look” of one of my HM 2.5 characters and I was really hoping it would show up in HM 3.0. Is there some reason it didn’t come over? I was just wondering. Thanks for all the great work you do, Jeff.

  13. Jadebrain says:

    Since we’re on the topic of the cleric contest, would a non-theistic philosophy count as a religion for the purpose of this contest? I’m not particularly talking about atheism, but I was thinking more along the lines of a belief system that places emphasis more on a set of ideas rather than a being to worship. That was the idea behind my entry, a low-ranking individual in a religion I made up in a setting I also made up.

  14. Jeff Hebert says:

    Niall (12): I do remember that one, you use it for Celtica, right? I wasn’t at all happy with the scrollwork on the front of that one, when I went to translate it I couldn’t even really tell what it was supposed to BE. So I took the basic idea of a bustier with colored metal scrolls on it and cleaned it up for item #5 in the Bustiers set. It got more Roman somehow. It isn’t very twisty or winding, though, I’ll grant that. Since Bustiers is a stand-alone set I wouldn’t be totally against adding that particular one (in a better-drawn form) at some point, be sure to poke me again once these conversions are done. Or if we do something with the unclaimed prizes and you get a chance, you could request that as the prize.

    Jadebrain (13): That’s fine. Make the character cool looking enough and it will cover all sorts of sins 🙂

  15. Niall Mor says:

    @Jeff (14): GMTA! 🙂 I used that Bustier just now when I did a quick redesign/upgrade of Celtica just now. I’ll post it in the forums so you can have a look.

  16. tredlow says:

    THANK YOU! You have no idea how long I’ve been waiting for them!

  17. Me, Myself & I says:

    You can get some interesting effects by taking these gradient backgrounds and adding an additional gradient pattern to them.

  18. Me, Myself & I says:

    Oops sorry, wrong thread.

  19. david says:

    i would ask a change of favour lay into the program at least 5 new machine guns thanks.