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What are some ways to implement variable body shapes?
Games like Ryzom and the Sims allow players to have human bodies with different shapes: wide or thin, tall or short, big noses or small, etc. It seems to me that it'd be impractical to pre-generate ...
May 2 '11 at 21:03
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