How do I make a dress/outfit? There is no nude outfit to choose, and when I tried to make it using a bathing suit it showed the bathing suit under my straps as it didn't cover it up. I've googled for this and cant find it.
Are you able to make this tutorial into a video because i think alot of people that are struggling would be able to understand it alot better because it's being shown to them, You know having a guideline. I'm struggling on 7 because i don't understand what that heck it means. I don't see what i'm meant to be seeing, and i just think it'll help me more actually seeing it than reading it constantly.
Thank you for the tutorial. It took me 3 days of playing with it to figure it out but I did and now have my own CC in game. Once I get better at texturing and coloring I will share! Once again, thank you so much!
Post by pinksimsstone on Dec 16, 2017 7:13:36 GMT -5
im really confused with this, I would love it if you could, maybe do this into a video. I find it easy to follow a video than to rack my brains out and try reading it all and going back and forth to pages each time .
thanks for responding, ive tried what u said, but it doesnt look right when i do alt+m and at center, and if it does, it will take FOREVER :cry
UPDATE: i've tried a new mesh from beginning in MD, this time ive chosen the "weld" option instead of "unweld", i dont know what problem it will cause to choose this one, but it worked for my problem. can someone explain why we should choose weld as in this tutorial? and if we do, how can we fix the seam issue after that?
Hello! I read by chance of your problem with the seams even I had the same with a shirt! I realized after a while that was the margin "4" or "2" when I was "bake" too small in s4studio and in the game I saw how you see your mesh! I do not know if it can help you! ^^
Post by sweetsorrowsims on Dec 27, 2017 12:27:15 GMT -5
saych0 I have used the weld option plenty of times and it seems like it is a fix to the problem but it isn't it leaves a weird shadow or something on the clothing when you put it in game. When you use the unweld option and you are in blender with your MD mesh, you can click on any verticie that you plan to "weld" and then shift-click the one you are welding it to, then press "w" and selecet merge and selecet which optin you want (at first, at last, at center. It take some time but its worth it also ifyou dont like where the verticies are when you merge them you can always click on them after and move them to where you want them using the "G" key pr the red,green, & blue arrows.
it really depends on what you're making. if you are going to later decimate the mesh, having used weld can mess it up. i'm not saying it always does, but it depends on what you're designing. if there is going to be a belt on a dress and it's sewn between the dress fabrics, using weld can totally screw it up. especially if you want it to be a different color than the dress. sometimes it's appropriate to use weld, but in cases like these, you should probably do unweld, because then you can really choose and see where the belt is.
Hello, I have a problem at point 8. I cannot get it working to move the pieces apart. Whenever I select something then there also some of another part selected. I hope that there is someone who can tell me what I am doing wrong. Sorry for my English I am from the Netherlands and English is not my default language.
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