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1  Simmers' Paradise / Tutorials / Small TUT, no more cloning!!! Adding new groups to a mesh for outfits/hair on: March 16, 2008, 12:11:18 pm
Quote from: BlooM;1148226
Some one(forgot his name) asked me if he could make a tutorial for TSR explained with screenshots and all.
I know he finished it but i dont have the link.


*waves* That would be me. Smiley Link's here in case anyone can benefit from it. :study:

Quote from: ceruleanpheonix;1173287
:worship: Thank you Bloom, I was able to add the groups and get the transparency working but I can see the other side when looking through it. I read somewhere that you need to make the inside of the dress take a texture as well. How do I do that?


First, make sure the 'inner' dress is a different group than the 'outer' dress. For whatever reason, making them both one group causes Weird Issues. For me anyway. As long as you have a different group for the inner and outer dress, if you name them the same in Milkshape (i.e. 'body_alpha'), when you follow this technique, Bodyshop will spawn a single texture that will be applied to both sides of the dress when you recolor. This limits the number of textures you need to work with, and is especially helpful if you won't see the inner part very often. Hope that helps! Lord knows why I wrote a tutorial when I feel I have trouble explaining things... :doh:
2  Sims 2 Community Downloads / Misc. Mods and Careers / User-Interface Mod: No Red Lines During Pause on: October 10, 2007, 11:38:13 am
I have nothing more to say than a resounding, 'THANK YOU!'. Cheesy
3  Simmers' Paradise / Tutorials / Small TUT, no more cloning!!! Adding new groups to a mesh for outfits/hair on: October 07, 2007, 03:35:47 pm
THANK YOU! This is exactly what I was looking for, The HP tutorial on MTS2 was far too hair-centric for what I was attempting to do, so once again, thanks SO much. Smiley
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