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3-26-2012 @ 9:19AM
Very cool! I still find that her grin is a little too "round" and that tail is totally in the wrong place, but otherwise, I'm really liking the model. I hadn't thought I would be rolling a Pandaren, but I'm pretty sure I'll be making a Pandaren monk (along with 90% of the WoW playerbase, I'm sure) and, like all my characters, she will be female.
3-26-2012 @ 9:37AM
Her tail is high because her butt is high. No saggy bottom for this rockstar :p
3-26-2012 @ 9:44AM
I agree, that tail looks like it's hanging from her belt, while it should be a continuation of her spine. I'll probably go with a stubby tail. :( But apart from that, she looks amazing! :-)
3-26-2012 @ 9:46AM
@Noyou, to me, it still looks like the tail is coming out of the middle of her lower back, not at the end of her spine. But that's okay, I'll just roll one of the Pandaren that only has the stub tail. The grey colouration is currently more appealing to me anyhow.
3-26-2012 @ 9:22PM
It may be a bit high, but don't assume the human model. Our tailbones are fused with our pelvis. This is not a requirement. For example, see this kangaroo rat skeleton:http://chestofbooks.com/animals/zoology/Anatomy/images/Skeleton-of-the-Kangaroo-Rat.jpgStraighten the legs and rotate the torso up. But, yeah, probably a bit high - http://meisterplanet.com/journal/2005/06/03/image-of-the-day-japans-standing-red-panda/
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