Someone could be converting an awesome Morrowind or Oblivion piece of armor or clothing or weapon or trying to add new gameplay options or improve existing ones, and instead, they waste their time making unrealistic, ugly, and non-lore friendly armor, weapons, and clothing. I just uninstalled it, downloaded it again and tried to build it. You have to repeat this process until you have deleted all the skeletons you've imported into Blender. Also, for bikini likes armors, you would see weird hip textures at around the lower part - can't really describe it, but just try out a bikini mod and see for yourself However, they are not exactly jarring, and if you have an armor that cover the chest and lower area well, it's not noticeable at all. His work is super popular. Just follow the indications given here:.
I could go on forever. Bodyslide crashes every time i try to batchbuild this armor pack. I just built my boyfriend a new rig and I promised to install Skyrim for him. This modified nif is the one you will be importing into Blender. Repeat these steps for all the Skyrim meshes you need to import into Blender.
They are now rigid with the calf bone. Cut parts of the body hidden by the armour This is an optional step but I strongly recommend that you do it. Posting about and discussing the use of these is fine. What do you guys think? If you wish to customize your shape then read on. I can't do it either in my attempts of conversion.
Yeah the egypt gloves seem to trigger an error in my bodyslide. The goal was to create the coat worn in the movie as accurately as possible while making small changes to the rest of the outfit. Take into account that each part of the armour you import will bring its own part of the skeleton. Note: I find it useful to use the Normal orientation when moving vertices for adapting meshes to other bodies. To do that you have to name your mesh like the original one you want to replace, and place it under the same folder.
If I try to batch build everything in this mod bodyslide will crash every time. Note: If you need more details on how to use Blender to model 3d objects there are already very good tutorials on the matter like this one:. As currenly the tools used for modelling are not completely adapted for Skyrim, there are some steps that require some manual adjustments. Follow the explanation given here:. One of his only requests is some eye candy and he would like more than awesome landscapes. So much wasted potential, just so they can fap without leaving their session.
The new boots now have proper ankle weighting. That's why you have to rebuild completely the weights of the armour. It now has bodyslide files. There are links to how to use Bodyslide on its Nexus page. I can batch build everything just fine as long as I deselect Egypt Hands first. If I had any chance to talk you into it I'll try to make it simple.
Edit the hair texture to change the color. Half of the armor mods on the Nexus are like this, it's really annoying how common they are. Add weights to the armour Even though the existing armour already had weights assigned, those were the weights of another body and if you keep them the armour won't move well with the new body as each body has different weights. Not BodySlide-compatible, but it fits my Slim-based BodySlide body perfectly. Double click on the 12 and then change it to 11. Just thought I should let you know. As Blender has not yet been fully adapted to Skyrim, to be able to import the nif files into it you have to change some properties in NifSkope.
I'd prefer to stick to Nexus and nothing that causes major mod issues. Once you've deleted all those, you'll have in Blender only the parts that made the armour, as shown in picture Imported mesh without skeleton or body parts. Okay so it's most likely something strange happening on my end then. I honestly don't understand why they even make mods such as those. Add the armour to the game If you are converting an armour that already existed in Skyrim to work with another body, most likely you'll want to replace the existing armour with the new one you've adapted. When you sign up for Nexus you agree to a ToS that says you will not do these things.
Whenever I see these on the Nexus or on Mod review videos I just facepalm, seriously I think it's kind of depraved how guys feel the need to give their character huge boobs and then dress them up in skimpy clothing. Memes and gameplay stories do not contribute to this whatsoever. The Egypt armor is not the one I intended to use anyway, so I'll be fine. Fix the dismemberment weights As you are adapting an armour to work in Skyrim, you will also have to fix the dismemberment weights as explained here:. It's easier to just deal with clothing sets that are already Bodyslide compatible.