HM3: Dress suggestions

I'm going to start working on Legwear - Dresses today, including a conversion of the 2.5 items and whatever new ones you all want. If you've got particular requests, please leave them in the comments. Links to actual images are best. Thanks for helping make these releases better, without your input the offerings would be very slim indeed!

50 Responses to HM3: Dress suggestions

  1. Solander says:

    OK, dresses it is. I’ve got a couple of suggestions:

    – Wedding dress:


    – Evening dress, long:

    – Marilyn Monroe dress:

    – Shirt dress:

    – Strapless dress:

    – Knit dress:

    – Stylish dress:

    – Assymetrical dress:

    – Formal dresses:

    – Backwards dress:

    – Traditional dress:

    – Old school dress:

    – Coat dress:

    – Fantasy dresses:




    – Air hostess dress:

    – Fancy dress:

    – Egyptian dress:

    – Geisha dress:

    – Aeris’ dress:

    – Gothic dress:

    – Dragon dress:

    – Celtic dress:


    – Toga dress:

  2. Collex says:

    – A classic Wedding Dress (and save the veil for headgear)

    – Don’t know how you call that, but those big enourmous dress. Like this:

    This might be politicaly uncorrect, but it could be useful:

    I don’t know if those counts as dress, but I’m gonna suggest them anyway: A mini Skirt and A simple veil covering all the necessary bits.

    Also, The dress are in legwear, so you are only going to do the bottom part? Because most dress are a one-piece deal. One good source for dress is to look at Oscar pictures on IMDB.

  3. Jeff Hebert says:

    Good stuff, thanks fellahs. Collex, yeah, I am thinking about that … I will likely draw the dresses as one piece, then cut it in two, the top half for Tops-Female-Dresses and the bottom for Legwear-Female-Dresses, with them properly aligned to fit. Hopefully.

  4. Hammerknight says:

    Another place, last one, I’ll stop.
    The Queen’s dress is nice and the pirates, wow.

  5. Niall Mor says:

    How about a hoop skirt (useful for Western or steampunk characters)?

  6. Niall Mor says:

    Here’s another really good picture of a hoop skirt that also includes the top half (blouse?) of the outfit:

  7. Niall Mor says:

    @Collex: I think the name for those “big enormous dresses” you’re thinking of is a hoop skirt. I had the same idea.

  8. Hammerknight says:

    @Niall Nor, The hoop skirt goes under the dress, like a slip or undergarment, that gives the shape to the dress. If I’m not mistaken. But people do call the dresses that also.

  9. Danny Beaty says:


  10. Legatus says:

    a beautiful saree would also be nice

  11. Jack says:

    something like a greek toga dress would be nice

  12. Tim says:

    Long Elegant Dresses. I’m not picky 🙂

    I do like Ada Wong’s dress in Neon’s #17 Comment.

  13. Legatus says:

    @JR: I think everybody understands now what kind of dresses you’d like to see

  14. Connor S. says:

    I was thinking kind of an elven looking armor-ish dress. Like some of the stuff on Lord of the Rings but with skirts.

  15. Connor S. says:

    Something that would also be cool would be a dress made of like twigs and stuff. Or a ancient Greece looking dress to compliment that medusa hair.

  16. Connor S. says:

    1 more suggestion. Try and make like a futuristic looking short dress w/ like polyfiber (if I said that right) padding and whatchamacallits.

  17. Oquies says:

    Found some interesting looking dress here but they are not exactly dress but they should be in the dress section. Take a look.

    Just scroll down and pick a few these are some I like from there.

  18. pilk says:

    morphed weapons like a blade made from a hand

  19. caw says:

    Here are two examples which i made without the skins some skirts in this way would be fine.

  20. Sebiale says:

    Rather late to the party.
    Non-humanoid legs.
    Will we have the ability to create less humanoid characters with this version?
    I want to create a Selonian character 😛 (

  21. Jeff Hebert says:

    I don’t think I have a ferret head in yet, but lots of other animals and such. Given your ability to chop a body into pieces and apply patterns and whatnot to each individually, this version is much, much more powerful and flexible than 2.x. I’d wager you can get close to what you have linked there, Sebiale.