the fallen blue
A big thing with a lot of femShep fans is the fact that there’s only one skeleton and animation set shared between the two Shepards, and of course that is all rigged with dudeShep in mind. Which means that femShep often has clipping issues and her walk cycle is kind of weird and unnatural.
I sympathize with a lot of that, but one complaint that always drives me absolutely insane is fans who want femShep to “sit like a lady.”
I want femShep’s hands to actually wrap around Liara’s waist when they make out. I want femShep’s visor to line up with her eyes. I want femShep’s fingers to stop disappearing into her arms when she crosses them. I do not ever want to see femShep stop sprawling across a bench like she owns it. Screencaps like this are half of why I play this game to begin with.

A big thing with a lot of femShep fans is the fact that there’s only one skeleton and animation set shared between the two Shepards, and of course that is all rigged with dudeShep in mind. Which means that femShep often has clipping issues and her walk cycle is kind of weird and unnatural.

I sympathize with a lot of that, but one complaint that always drives me absolutely insane is fans who want femShep to “sit like a lady.”

I want femShep’s hands to actually wrap around Liara’s waist when they make out. I want femShep’s visor to line up with her eyes. I want femShep’s fingers to stop disappearing into her arms when she crosses them. I do not ever want to see femShep stop sprawling across a bench like she owns it. Screencaps like this are half of why I play this game to begin with.

  1. perscitia reblogged this from thefallenblue
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    reblogging for truth (and awesome ladyShep screencap)
  3. kryptongirl said: She can’t cross her legs because she has armor on, and anyway I like that she’s a badass. We skip a lot of the tropes of female main characters by making her just like the male character. I think it’s why I love femshep so much.
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