Now with the hype going On, a brilliant idea.
If they have different material zones like BobaFett (although a little overkill Herr , but hey who's complaining? Right? ),
I Will buy everything that comes out.
Ftm my vote would go to the Sith from episode 1. You know, the old apprentice of lord palladin. (The one with black and red skin and horns).
Plz make bundles for the blaster rifles etc.
We have the entire line of Astromech Droids at Vanishing Point for free, including R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, and BB-8.
There's also a free version of Darth Vader for M3, a free Stormtrooper armor, free Biker Scout armor, free First Order Trooper (for M4), and free Flame Trooper armor (for M4).
I'd also advise against selling anything with Star Wars brands or names *and* using the items in a commercial project, just in case Disney decides to come after anyone for selling items without their permission.
You are very observative.
You see, when i use a V4 (or M4) pose, can't remember which, someone the cape does very strange things and Gents distorted. Same with the pouldren protectors (in gold).
I'll see if i find the time,tomorrow to check if i can come up with a shader for Daz Studio.
3Dlight ; nVidia iRay ...
I warn you though, i'm lousy at finding the right shaders.
Black is one of the most difficult colors to get the look you want...
Can I suggest the voting list is rationalised, and then allow re-voting. Some suggestions are duplicated (such as my battle-worn stormtroopers one... I didn't notice the original one :o ) others are multiple figure requests, whilst there are others are for characters that have now been finished - Vader and C3P0.
I would like to add: If you do the Storm Trooper, make them as Character...Please. They were Clones, which means, they look the same. No need, to do it as an Outfit. Sideeffect: I could bring serveral Figures into the Scene, because your Characters are not eating up the same amount of System Resources as the equal Amount of...say M4 with an Outfit.
Could I suggest that if the Storm Troopers were done as characters, that they were rigged as M4, and could have their helmets switched off. That way you could conform to an M4 figure (with all but the head and neck made invisible) thereby allowing 'Han and Luke on the Death Star' renders whilst still having a lower resource option when used purely as a character.