So there’s something very unholy about going Steven Seagal on a tauren female, even an evil cultist one. This marks the first and only time so far where I’ve looked at what I was doing and thought something like “Hmm.. this might be pushing it.”. Additionally, yes, Hani is capable of some level of sneaking, but I’d doubt she’d win any kind of awards in it.
It’s always a problem when two 3D characters need to be in direct physical contact – unlike the real world, a 3D object is basically empty and only consists of the surface, and even that isn’t solid enough to ward off intersection or colission unless specified to do so, backed up by heavy mathematical calculations to prevent it. This gets doubly bothersome when interacting with a non-poseable character as while Hani and Tiny have a full range of motions, most characters they meet will not.
In hindsight, I should’ve twisted right, not left. Would’ve looked more natural, I think.
In closing, I’d like to add that I am very grateful for all the encouraging comments I’ve been getting. While I only respond to ones that have a question or I feel might otherwise benefit on a response, I do read all of them with a sort of giddy curiousity.