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One Billion Pixels

One Billion Pixels
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 Broken Links Hi everyone!Some of you may notice a lot of the download links are not working.I am trying to fix them but it's gonna take a while.I still have some files on my computer but there are some that I lost.I will update this post just in case I need your help with finding the ones I lost. Maybe you have them and you can send them to me. I will forever thank you for your help!

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Updated - Sims 4 Studio 2.1.0.5 As you all know, object recoloring was introduced in the first version of this series. Thanks to the lovely Sims 4 Studio members, several problems with Studio's ability to recolor correctly were identified. This new version has fixed those problems. CAS creators will be happy to know that tattoos and skin detail parts are loading properly in the part category drop down menu. In addition to that we have added several new features from the member "wish list" that everyone will love.

Merging mods to increase Performance! (Manually creating .dbc archives) I found quite a lot of mods, even those from popular sites contain a multitude of errors, and this has been a major factor of errors while saving, CTDs, black textures and slow-downs. I'm now quite careful which mods I install. Anach, if you have the time and inclination, could you describe the types of errors you've found? Not in any great detail or necessarily naming the mods, just in point form, perhaps in a new thread.

Start to Finish New Accessory Mesh for Beginners I-V Introduction This tutorial will show you how to create your own new Sims 4 earrings using Sims 4 Studio and Blender. It will go over making a new mesh and texture, mapping the new mesh for Sims 4, sizing and positioning the new mesh correctly, preparing the mesh for the game, and importing mesh and texture into a .package correctly and making a new color choice (swatch) for it. While the tutorial looks long none of this is very tough. This is a very basic tutorial and is not meant to demonstrate expert, or even intermediate, techniques. Once you've done it though you can move on to learning more advanced meshing and mapping skills.

Sims 3:Adding Custom Stencils Introduction This tutorial explains how to add custom stencils to CAS parts using the CAS Texture Unitool (CTU). This tutorial will not teach you how to make stencils, see Creating Clothing Stencils for that. What Do I Need? Delphy's CAS Texture Unitool (CTU) found here A previously completed stencil(s) saved in an acceptable .DDS compression (DXT1, DXT3 or DXT5). See: Creating Clothing Stencils for help with creating a stencil. The Sims 4 Studio: Video Tutorial Playlist Hi celeste821, I may be misunderstanding your question and, if so, please ask it again. Sims 4 Studio is a program that allows you to clone EA items so that their images and meshes can be edited or completely changed and then packaged up to use in Sims 4. Blender, 3DS Max, and Maya are 3D editors that allow you to edit or make meshes. You will only need one if you want to learn to make meshes.

Downloads -> Bakie Home | Download | Discussion | Help | Site Map | New Posts | Sign in Sign in Mod The Sims Sign in to Mod The Sims Sims 3:Creating Custom Clothing Stencils Another way of customizing CAS parts in The Sims 3 is by using a stencil. Stencils are a non-tiling image on a part, such as a shirt, that still allows patterns to be customized, while having an image over top. Aimed for CTU beginners. SenpaiSimmer darkwinterrose whispered: Hey. Are there any skins that takes over all Ea skins tones? love you!

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