aw i think they were joking? that’s how i took it anyway! i just feel bad cuz i want the colors to work and look as close to the originals on the widest range of controls and textures as possible but i can’t get them out any faster without feeling like i’m cutting corners.
and ty!! when i used to dye my hair neon colors i always used special effects, personally. but i heard REALLY good things about directions and i have a couple pots of their tulip and midnight blue shades still lying around for a rainy day. i’m useless for natural hair dye recommendations, tho, cuz i’ve only been using henna/indigo on my hair for the last year and change. /BLAH BLAH
I’M WORKING ON IT????? LITERALLY RIGHT NOW?????? I DON’T KNOW WHAT MORE YOU WANT FROM ME I HAD THE FLU ALL LAST WEEK I’M SORRY. WHY ARE WE YELLING.
hi i hope you don’t mind that i’m publishing this so other people can see in case they have the full set.
if not i will let you know and grab the 17 that you have, yeah! :D
thank you for letting me know about this, i appreciate it lots!
i decided to play A:MR on pc instead of ps3 and i got to wondering how to go about doing a mesh replacement for a dress, specifically, the one above. because i’d like to do a playthrough with the dress’s effect but god if i don’t hate everything about the dress itself.
problem is i’m kind of clueless about non-sims meshing?? like, i know i would need to get my hands on the 3d model somehow and i could easily just replace it with a nicer dress mesh and a texture replacement by someone the heck else. i just don’t know how to actually put these steps into practice.
if anyone could offer me some info or direct me to a tutorial i’d be super grateful, ty :<
haha, um, refer them to the creators whose base textures i used to make them??
i don’t have any claim over those textures, just what i did with them. they’re basically, like, fanfiction.