Good afternoon! Please help with the object. The problem is that in sims4studio the wolf looks relatively good, but in the game the wolf looks transparent (see photo: i.imgur.com/dMFbuEo.png and i.imgur.com/Hv5XqwA.png It is necessary that the wolf looked normal, and the wool is transparent.
Post by inabadromance on Jul 17, 2017 8:26:26 GMT -5
hi! I'm not sure which EA's item you used but try cloning a plant instead. if you're still having issues then please share your package file and the texture.
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Post by orangemittens on Jul 17, 2017 8:32:24 GMT -5
As inabadromance has pointed out, if you want an object that has some parts that are solid (normal) and others that are transparent, the easiest way to accomplish this is to select an item to clone that has those characteristics. Plants generally have a solid part (the plant pot, dirt, and etc) and parts that are on an alpha (the leaves). This makes them a good choice. If, on the other hand, you want the wool to be solid but clear, you may want to choose an item that has glass parts like the encased scrolls deco item.
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