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Blitz Dragon posted... some generic stock photo given a ten minute quick and dirty photoshop job
You're being insanely generous. I loathe Tali; I was the ME2 360 board's most infamous Tali basher [and I have always backed up my reasons,] and yet even I find this to be a huge load of bull****.
I have what could only be described as rudimentary Photoshop knowledge and I could do what they did in maybe five minutes, with nearly all of that spent on the tattoo-like lines [assuming those aren't swiped from somewhere and just layered on.] The hand is the most hilarious part, but cutting the eye, rotating it and forgetting to heal the lid shadow is a close second.
Oh well. This is what people get for romancing a whiny, irredeemable racist.
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To those who are defending Bioware's laziness ... have you ever googled "Mass Effect Tali Fan Art". There are a few brilliant Tali face pictures out there ... the artists obviously took their time ... they didn't just blur a stock photo.
Plus you can see the white eyes and human-like nose through the visor.
No, he's right: in the games nobody says what quarians look like. There is, between the two games, one person who says they're old enough to remember what they look like under the suits, but she's not telling.
And I'm not impressed with your observation of their eyes: pretty much every race has eyes that would look human-like through that visor. About the only thing we can say is that, like turians, salarians, volus, drell, vorcha, and asari, the quarian eyes are spaced like a human's. There's only one race in that list you'd accuse of looking like a human, and even they look far more alien than that Tali picture.
I'm glad not everyone is freaking brainwashed by this game. It's insane how some people can defend this just because they got sucked in by ME1, which was admitably a good game with a nice sci-fi story. Seems like after they reeled people in, they just started raking in the money.