Just saw this photoshopped pic of your mod. Any chance you could make a muscular version like the one in the pic? Basically zero chance. First-it's already made,since it's on the pic., second - I don't need this in my game ATM, otherwise I would take probably normal map from Muscular females mod and merge it with my normal map or something like that.
Skyrim: Best Female Body Mesh. But I’ve been spending the last couple weeks modding the shit out of my game and now I’m ready to share some of. Dimonized UNP. DIMONIZED UNP female bodyの解説・説明 自然なフォルムで人気の体型変更MOD。略称「UNP」 この体型をベースとした装備MODなどが.
No need to reinvent the wheel. Try this: If you want EXACTLY the same normal map like in that pic.-ask the author of that pic. Color map looks like mine. Specular-no idea, too arty,too shopped. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ @ladynibenay: It is vanilla headmesh on all on my pictures. And vanilla races. That one is a Breton.
ALL my toons are useless as saves, most,except 2 imperials also have fubared stats/skills,because I changed their race. My face texture is NOTHING special,just a quick thing I made way back in November, it's not finished either, I just don't care I guess. Bella's is much more prettier, check images in my profile - there's one of my old PC with 'full Bella' mod.
Looks VERY pretty. I didn't try Coverwomen,but I guess it's also very pretty. When and if I release anything useful for the faces-you'll see it.
Right now I have nothing interesting to share IMO, and not willing to share anything. @dimon99 add this to the mod description its a fix for the HD Texture Pack to bring bodies back to normal, it worked perfect for me what this does is you can still use bethesda's HD pack, but it doesn't override any of the modded texture files. =========================================== For those who have downloaded the new High Res Texture pack DLC: By default, the texture pack overrides all of the texture files in skyrim/data/textures. To fix: 1) Find your skyrim.ini file - for Windows 7 users, it will be in My Documents/My Games/Skyrim/skyrim.ini. - for others, it will be in Skyrim/Data/Skyrim.ini.
2) Open the file and search for sResourceArchiveList 3) Edit the line after that to add the values and save the file: HighResTexturePack01.bsa, HighResTexturePack02.bsa someplace after 'Skyrim - Textures.bsa'. The line should be something very similar to: sResourceArchiveList=Skyrim - Misc.bsa, Skyrim - Shaders.bsa, Skyrim - Textures.bsa, HighResTexturePack01.bsa, HighResTexturePack02.bsa, Skyrim - Interface.bsa, Skyrim - Animations.bsa, Skyrim - Meshes.bsa, Skyrim - Sounds.bsa Make extra sure you have commas after all the file names, or Skyrim will quietly crash. 4) When loading the game in the launcher, choose 'Data Files' and uncheck the two high-res texture packs. Don't worry, they'll still work in game. =========================================== Edited by _Nite_, 09 February 2012 - 07:38 AM.
@_nite_ I read that. It does not make any sense. '2) Open the file and search for sResourceArchiveList 3) Edit the line after that to add the values and save the file: HighResTexturePack01.bsa, HighResTexturePack02.bsa someplace after 'Skyrim - Textures.bsa'. The line should be something very similar to: sResourceArchiveList=Skyrim - Misc.bsa, Skyrim - Shaders.bsa, Skyrim - Textures.bsa, HighResTexturePack01.bsa, HighResTexturePack02.bsa, Skyrim - Interface.bsa, Skyrim - Animations.bsa, Skyrim - Meshes.bsa, Skyrim - Sounds.bsa ' This is a very poor description and direction. 'someplace after Skyrim-Tectures.bsa' Terrible instructions. @Painshadow 1. Open Skyrim.ini file located in your Documents/My Games/Skyrim folder 2.
Add HighResTexturePack01.bsa, HighResTexturePack02.bsa to the sResourceArchiveList=Skyrim line, make sure thier is a, and space after each one should look like this: sResourceArchiveList=Skyrim - Misc.bsa, Skyrim - Shaders.bsa, Skyrim - Textures.bsa, HighResTexturePack01.bsa, HighResTexturePack02.bsa, Skyrim - Interface.bsa, Skyrim - Animations.bsa, Skyrim - Meshes.bsa, Skyrim - Sounds.bsa 3. Save the skyrim.ini file 4. Open the game launcher, click on data files, and uncheck the 2 bethesda texture pack files 5. You will get a warning that the game has missing files when loading your gamesave, just ignore it and click ok. Sorry but I can't make the instructions any clearer then that. Patch Ita The Guild 2 Renaissance.
Edited by _Nite_, 09 February 2012 - 07:32 AM. Hi, first off, I love your mod. I wanted to ask whether we can expect the mod to be delivered in form with the new creation kit (esp?) sometime in the future so it can be easier switched on/off for different persons using the pc and playing the game. That would really rock as in our house the game is also played by minors. Towards some of the people who further down state they don't see any difference between the HD textures of bethesda and the default ones I have to say I really wonder what resolution you're playing at or whether you're seeing nerves are degenerated by too many washed up textures., the difference for me is clearly visible on most items, so I'd love to use them and have just additional upgrades on certain things like this mod here.
@_Nite_: Done,thanks! @ydor: Yeah, I'm pretty sure. CK is just out, I tried to create a custom race today, it somehow worked, missed few minor parts tho, like hands,feet and.body,LOL. But,at least my custom race has ALL noses and mouth morphs in,hehe.
Just give it a time, things gonna get figured out, CK is quite different VS GECK, it's a simple rerouting ESP for meshes/textures. Except, at least as it was in earlier Gmbrio engines- if you use custom Hair packs and/or eyes packs - you have to add them to that ESP. Get my point? You'll have to do it yourself Tho you might get lucky this time, from what I read so far, single NPC can be assigned with custom textures, it was IMPOSSIBLE in earlier games.
So.lets wait and see? @kpsia118: No,I didn't watch the movie. But,there will be a bodysuit. Like a panther I'll make bodysuit,you make a fishnet or whatever ticks your fancy,hehe. ======================================================================================= What the news on bikini CTD people? Did FIX1 work or not?
===================================================================== BTW,one thing puzzles me, if someone gets UNP, next thing naturally is to get this: Which is vanilla armor/clothes replacer. And damn good one. And quite few outfits are done. Noone ever reads description anymore? There's links and stuff.
Edited by dimon99, 09 February 2012 - 12:12 PM.
This Skyrim Game Guide will help you install a Custom Body Replacer for both Female body and Male body, it’s important to follow the steps in the right order to avoid having to troubleshoot later. There are suggested Skyrim Mods for textures and Armour, the popular ones being CBBE and UNP textures; And of course the UNP and CBBE Armour mods.
The suggested Skyrim mods are based on personal preference feel free to use the ones that suit your taste, if you download a mod from Skyrim Nexus don’t forget to Endorse, a lot of time and effort goes into making these mods. Anonymous So, I have a question as you seem to be much more knowledgeable than I about this body texture business. I have a mod that uses a fair skin body texture that I really like more than any other body texture I have seen, but I want to use the 'UNP Blessed' mod. Is there a way for me to use this skin tone with the blessed mod?
I tried changing the skin tome after I installed the blessed mod, but to no avail. I prefer Dark Elf and the lightest is still no where near what the fair skin mod does. Here is the fair skin mod link. Any help at all would be helpful, even if it is just a 'no this wont work any way you try'. Theoretically it should be possible to replace the existing 'UNPB' skin textures with the 'fair skin' textures and it should work. The 'fair skin' mod author has posted textures for Cbbe v7 and UNP his page notes mention that UnP variant meshes like UNPB are compatible.
So as far as i can tell all you need to do is find the 'existing' UNPB textures and replace them with the 'new' fair skin ones. At the most you might get some anomalies or skin clippings. But it should work.
P.S it a good practice to make a back up of the existing textures before playing around with them. All the best.