First of all, welcome to Studio Forums! This tutorial only works for CAS items at the moment. I do have some work in progress where objects have glowing parts too, but it isn't all finished yet and when it will be finished, Sims 4 Studio is probably going to make it easier to use them like also happened with this CAS emission files.
The tutorial shown here is still the old way. I've made a video tutorial about it which is also still using the old way, but I described in my video description and in a pinned comment what to do different to make the work flow a bit easier and faster.
Hello, does anyone of you maybe know how I stop the vampire eyes from glowing entirely? Especially the cat eye, the glow or whatever overlay it is makes it look really bad if the cat eye isn't exactly the way the original is...
As all images are deleted because of Photobucket not being that good of a image share website as it used to be, I can imagine that following this tutorial might be hard. So maybe it's more easy to take a look at my Video Tutorial instead, though I have to say it's a bit outdated too. But if you follow the tips in the video description, you might succeed anyway! You can find it here: The Sims 4 Tutorial: Adding Dynamic Light
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