Pretty! And I'm sure your character looks fine! I like to imagine that my Sparrow doesn't look entirely frightening. She ended up half-hulk, and looks as if her nose was broken some point along the way. Somethings wrong with the shape of her face too. *shrugs* Oh well! That's why I make her wear the bandit bandana. Well, enough of my rambling!
... If you think about it, everyone talking about how unattractive Sparrow is when she levels up in strength is actually kinda sexist... Like, the only purpose the female Hero serves is to be sexy, not a competent adventurer... O^O' Personally, I think she's a total BAMF when you max out her abilities, but I guess I'm alone in that...
I love this drawing. I like the way it seems like it really is glowing.
I hate though, how in Fable 2, you can be EXTREMELY skinny before going into the Spire, then come out looking like a male. I worked real hard keeping my characters down in weight then all of a sudden I'm huge. -_-
I agree, it would have been nice to level up our characters w/o some of the form-defying effects. All of which has sadly been carried over to F3 (but has so far proved to be just as awesome anyways). -SC
I have less of a problem with the body modifications that come with leveling up (except my character ends up looking like a ridiculously tall radioactive She-Hulk)and more of an issue with the females using the standard male body form. Not that there aren't women who are tall, broad-shouldered and muscular... but when adding that to having a pretty large broad jaw, you start to look less like a female body builder and more like a dude in drag.
I think they greatly improved on this in Fable 3. I have yet to see what the fatness quality looks like in the latest game... but now that I have played it through twice now, I think it's time to just start goofing off and eating lots of pies...