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1 year 8 months ago #2512 by FentonGib
FentonGib replied the topic: Spoiler Thread
Hi everyone, new here to nice to meet everyone

sade wrote: . i hope the rpg players, who prefer the tabletop gaming, and gms,and in rpg industry etc will have some demand for it.


I actually bought the Epic Character Generator for the purpose that this program serves. I've been roleplaying for years and for every game we always make coversheets for our characters, with pictures on them. Usually we end up looking for art or movie pics that we can use, and sometimes I run "art" filters/programs on pictures to end up with portraits for the character.

If the quality in practice is as good as the sample shots, see me using this a lot. I just hope there will be more traditional-fantasy races available than the epic generator (such as halflings, gnomes, goblins, werewolves/lycanthropes, etc...) currently supports.

Great work, looking forward to using [both of] them :)
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1 year 8 months ago #2513 by sade
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thank you!
with the portrait generator now good for making dwarfes and half races (half orc, half elf, or elves, etc), we do not go too far away at first
with the full body generator it have "supernatural" pack, what fills these demands, but still more or less humanoid.
as alternative, i am making portraits for fun for 5usd if you interested i can send some samples (i really made everything from weird creatures over dragon to simple adventure party :)

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1 year 8 months ago #2515 by FentonGib
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Thanks, appreciate the offer but I'm good for now. It will be fun using the portrait/character generators to make my/our roleplay characters (and NPCs), especially for future games, but I can wait for the program to come out.

I've only had the ecg program for a couple of days, but so far I've discovered ways to make feline, bull, human, elf, dwarf and orc-like characters, but it would be nice to have options for other fantasy races - in our games we've had players/characters that are kitsune, wolf-men, halflings and gnomes... the latter two being "main" races in D&D3/Pathfinder so support would be nice. Tbh, simply being able to make humans (for halflings) or elves (for gnomes) and make them shorter would probably suffice with the right outfits/hair and stuff. lol.

Anyhow, just suggestions for obvious personal preference. My group plays a bit of everything and a variety of genres, so it's all good... the more the merrier :)
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1 year 8 months ago #2516 by sade
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we have 2 different elf pack (i suggest the 2nd season), and very soon coming out the fae pack (and dont forget about our drow pack neither :)
so much people asked, so perhaps i will make a gnome/halfling pack too (if i finished all of my half ready packs :))
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1 year 8 months ago #2517 by Fasoldgames
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Hi there and welcome!
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1 year 8 months ago #2520 by Kelemelan
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Hey :)

Making your character shorter is very simple : export without background and rescale, then add a background.

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