I originally had planned to lead off the epilogue section with Targeter and The Company, but after dealing with the Wells family, I just wanted to write about a family that was normal for a little while
Going through the category archives, I uncovered a major point of confusion for me. I keep confusing Miko and Dana. The only difference between them is their eye. They even wear the same glasses.
@Slamlander, That kinda of suprises me, I thought I would have been hearing that about Dana and Laura first. Especially since they are the same model, just with a different skin texture over the top. (As is Julia and Olivia)
@James Roden, Well there is the hair color difference between those two. Miko and Dana don’t even have that mich difference. BTW, I can’t see any difference in texture between Dana and Laura and yes, I can see that they are the same model.
@Slamlander, As for the Miko/Dana thing, I just don’t see it. Of course, that could be my fault too. Dana and Miko were built off of two completely different models (Dana is V3, while Miko is built off of one of the default Poser models called Judy)
As for Dana and her mother, I used the same baseline for them because I didn’t want there to be any possible way that you could tell who Dana’s father was by looking at her. 😉
Olivia and Julie were done slightly differently. I took Olivia and added the settings for Julie Dad nto the mix. (And I do have a model of her father around somewhere, if I can track it down you all will get to see it sometime)
@James Roden, All I can say is that you have a much more decerning eye than I do. 😉
But then, I identify people by how they’re dressed much quicker than by facial features.
Just so ya know, James… I haven’t been this hooked on a story since I was six years old. That was – ahem – 45 years ago. Being something of an itinerant scholar and a speed reader, I’ve read over ten thousand books over the years, and I’ve heard many, many stories during that time. The story you’re telling here is one of the best that I’ve ever seen.
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