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Normal Map for Bodybuilder Naked Armor 1.0.0

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I merged two normal maps, one was created by Render and the other was created by alwa201, into a normal one under their approvals to match with my Bodybuilder Naked Armor mod. This armor has built muscles with tracing this map so if you install the map after installing the armor mod then you can see your more muscular character.

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Normal maps for SAM Original LE and SAM Lite are same and difference between them is just only file name.

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Masculine men for SAM byRender

Bodybuilder Muscle Normal Map by alwa201

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I used alwa201's normal map previously and it is very good in my opinion.

Currently, I am using Kyoshi's modified normal map with his Bodybuilder Naked Armor and it looks dope af and fits with the armor.

Thanks a lot man! 😍

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