- Starfield’s Character Creator allows players to create incredibly detailed and accurate renderings of real-world characters, as demonstrated by one player who created a Leonardo DiCaprio lookalike.
- While many players are excited about the flexibility of Starfield’s character creator, others have expressed frustration with the difficulty of recreating specific faces due to the complex “shape blend” sliders.
- Creating a faithful DiCaprio lookalike in Starfield requires persistence and trial and error, but players can also use pre-existing appearance presets or modify the game to expand the options. Other notable player creations include versions by Willem Dafoe, Chris Hadfield and Tony Soprano.
A Star Field The player managed to create a Leonardo DiCaprio lookalike in Bethesda’s latest RPG. Their design feat is just the latest in a long line of examples illustrating the impressive flexibility of Starfield character creator.
Star Field continues Bethesda’s long tradition of providing granular character creation in its open-world RPGs. Many players have eagerly experimented with this system since the game’s debut in early September, especially when it comes to design. Star Field protagonists based on famous people and real-world figures.
The latest such impressive effort comes from Reddit user BigChungusSupremex, who recently managed to create a Leonardo DiCaprio lookalike in Star Field. The fans’ faithful version of the young DiCaprio impressed thousands of other players, consequently sending their feat to the front page of the r/Starfield subreddit this weekend. Aside from general praise, many fans reacting to this feat of design also expressed discouragement at the lack of success they themselves have managed to achieve in their own attempts at recreating specific faces in Star Field.
And while the author of this DiCaprio lookalike kindly offered to share the appearance sliders they used in response to these grievances, the complaints themselves highlight how Starfield The character creator, despite its impressive flexibility, is quite difficult to master. The root of the problem lies in Bethesda’s decision to tie granular face-sculpting controls to dozens of nondescript sliders called “shape blends.” Without further explanation, recreating specific looks in the galactic RPG is a long and arduous affair requiring quite a bit of trial and error.
The author of this Star Field DiCaprio’s interpretation overcame these difficulties through perseverance, having explained that they simply took a photo of the famous actor on their laptop, placed the computer next to the television, and then carefully began sculpting each corner and recesses of their character’s face until they were completely satisfied with the end result. The whole process took about an hour, the fan revealed, adding that they managed to master the mechanics once finished. Players who don’t want to spend as much time can always experiment by changing one of the various appearance presets offered by the character creator. This model table can also be extended by modding Star Field on PC.
This trusty DiCaprio lookalike is far from the first to look like a familiar Star Field protagonist that the fandom has managed to craft since the game’s release. Other impressive recreations that have appeared online to date include Star Field versions by Willem Dafoe, Chris Hadfield and Tony Soprano.
Star Field is available now on PC and Xbox Series X/S.
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