I asked several months ago via Twitter if they eventually planned an English tab and they said yes. As far as the download version, you have to donate to the site. But beware because the instructions to install will be in Portuguese, so it looks like I donated for no reason (until I can get someone to translate it for me).Rodzilla wrote:I don't see any "American Flag" or such icon to change language to English.. also, I believe Emerald Flame mentioned something about a downloaded version... anyone else know where to get that?
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Here's a version you can download and run through your browser.Warhawk wrote:First Version
Fabrica de Heróis
That's excellent! Thank you kindly for sharing that!
No problem. Definitely check out the shading and texturing tools when you're adding different parts of your hero. It makes the image look a lot better.
So Fabrica de Herois has some major issues with new versions of Flash. Has anyone found a way to make it work, or does anyone know how to strip the files down in order to get the individual images? I had an old version of IE that could run it, but that computer just died on me.
thoughts? yes you gave Lady Liberty boobs. I never liked the art from the original. Its ok, and yes woman without breastes can be heroines but the reason we have boob jobs is for woman who have curves but lack a little up on the top shelf and look more portionately balanced.Demongg wrote:This is impossibly easy...
The only challenge is the limits of the body types, adding icons/logos to the figures and any custom type costume or equipment not in the generator...
For LL I added little bits of editing in photoshop to make it work. For her stars and her bell-bottoms. I also angled her feet to appear as she is hovering...
So yes, someone might like the smaller boob look for Lady Liberty but not me, and NO I do not mean make here Power Girl either, I mean C cup is fine, and not the A-Cup she seems to be. The one you did is perhaps B or C whereas Power Girl is clearly D. You get the point.
I grade this art on the curve if you know what I mean.