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It looks great, but could definitely use more of a furry texture, and perhaps a little more viciousness instead of cuteness. The fur looks too smooth and doesn't feel like you're looking at a wolf-woman. Other than the too-smooth texture and a little too-cute appearance, the general shape of the body and the claws/paws are very good.
Well, looks like I'm rolling a female Worgen priest.I do agree that the model needs some tweaking. Take a look at the leather wearing one, bottom left shot. There's something about her hand on the right that doesn't look right. Looks like one of her fingers are broken, or something.
Very nice. Oddly they are even more feminine than I imagined they would be.Grats Blizzard!
I like it. The model will look loads better with hair.And regarding the sexual dimorphism... it's a fact of life. Humans have certain standards of beauty. They can vary somewhat from region to region, culture to culture, but generally we look for a feminine figure with a bust and hips who is in good health, not overweight or underweight. Blizzard brings this into WoW females like the trolls, draenei and worgen because that is what they feel is popular and sought by human players. Most women WoW players I've spoken to do NOT want a mannish wolf-beast worgen girl. They want something that could be perceived as sexy, pretty or cute, but also physically capable. Result: athletic worgen femme.This is precisely why the original female tauren (who was basically a male tauren with breasts) was changed to something of slighter build and better curvature. And some people still feel they're ugly. And it's precisely why a dwarf woman with a beard might be "realistic" but is certainly not something you'd want to look at. :P