Love this! The details, the cleaness, the style. I do think that the shadows on the legs takes away some of the volume that could be added there. Its awesome on the upper body, but then it turns a bit flat. Anyway, its a gorgeous piece of work!
I like the OC concept, very nice and I love the outfit and the mask! It reminds me a little of Mordin's outfit and I like the color choices as well. I am staying away from all spoilers and news, but I am geeked for it myself! The release date can't come soon enough!
I want to play the demo, but I am scared to. To be honest, I am secretly worried that ME3 might not be as epic I am thinking it will be. I sincerely want this to be the awesomest game ever...but...I just hate disappointment. I will have to battle some of my trepidation to play it though, my sense of curiousity tends to win over fear.
Great armor, but you had to go the route of the plastic rebreather? I thought that was so silly in ME2 in my opinion, then again I was hoping Miranda, Jack, Samara, etc. would get spacesuits for missions that were in space or on planets without an atmosphere, but NOPE. Just that little thing set me off, because the codex shows how meticulous the writers are and how many elements they add realism (regardless of the "Mass Effect" being the overarching term for the Sci-Fi Bulls**t element that makes everything work), but Miranda walking in vacuum with a catsuit makes me nod my head in disbelief.
Oh and one more note, your character has one thing no other BioWare game character has: flowing cloth on their uniform. BioWare has a problem with that...
oh, the mask isn't for when she's in vacuum, it's for sanitation purposes. It's a sort of filtration system, so she isn't as exposed to disease. I know what you mean about the rebreathers, they piss me off too haha! C:
I also first started playing ME2 (when it came out in 2010) after reading a Star Trek novel, where a character augmented even more than Shepard makes a journey through vacuum that lasts mere seconds, and he nearly dies. The water in his eyes starts to freeze over, the pores in his skin start to sting, and the air is ripped out of his lungs, all that gruesome stuff that would actually happen............... Serious let down. But when only... (Garrus, Grunt, Tali, and technically Legion) out of 12 squad members are equipped for vacuum encounters, it would take a serious graphics patch to actually render spacesuits for everyone else.
it is actually a common miss-conception that we would explode in space, due to our circulartory system and skin the most we would experience is some swelling of tissue, you could get a very bad sunburn, but you would not freeze. Obviously however, after you run out of breath, injuries would accumulate and you would die.