Around the Sims 2 | Free downloads for the Sims 2: skins, objects, clothes, faces, buildings... b5Studio NeptuneSuzy Teaches How To Make Sims 2 Body Meshes Creating New Clothing Meshes by NeptuneSuzy This is a tutorial for making a basic clothing mesh. It's meant for the beginner who has never made a clothing mesh before. My goal is to introduce you to Body Mesh Creation. Ok, Let's get started! What do we want to make? First we have to gather all our tools! 1) Simpe - 2) Milkshape (v. 1.7.7 or later) - 3) WesH's Unimesh Plugin for Milkshape - 4) Patience, and a dose of self-confidence! Ok, we've got all our tools and we're ready to start! Here's a brief overview of the steps we will follow: 1) We'll make a temporary texture for our New Mesh. 2) We'll find out the Maxis name of the dress mesh we intend to alter 3) We'll gather the parts we need to build our New Mesh Package 4) We'll build our New Mesh package 5) We'll connect our Temporary Texture to our New Mesh 7) We'll import our New Mesh to Milkshape and then edit it
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Free Sims 2 and Sims 3 Downloads by Sixtyten » AweSims Sims2 « Realize a Dream Image Heavy, sorry! Greetings. After having so much fucking trouble with this project, I was finally able to complete it. I bring to you five OMSPs made to be used with Sims, instead of normal objects. These WILL NOT overwrite the original OMSPs. There is a slight issue with two of the OMSPs; Couch & TableDesk. Here are some examples of what you can achieve with these OMSPs. So, some of you may be wondering how to use them. Step One: Buy the OMSP from Surfaces > Miscellaneous as shown above, and place it on your lot. Step Two: Have your sim to a pose. Step Three: If you haven’t already, turn on the mandatory cheats; moveobjects on, boolProp allow45DegreeAngleOfRotation true, and boolProp snapObjectsToGrid false. Step Four: Grab the OMSP. Step Five: Drag the omsp+sim over to the desired position. Step Six: Select the Design Tool (R I believe) and then click on the OMSP. Step Seven: Select the Invisible recolor, and accept. What can I do if I can’t find the OMSP?