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  1. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Just re-upload, Voice Pack was entirely developed by @lxlhunter, credits for that go to him
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    Good news is - I got HDT SMP working. I'm still just starting but applying physics to armors is working. Check out this fur piece Bad news is - I have no idea why this is happening. Or how to fix it. That's a lie. I have some ideas. I wanna know your ideas though.
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    Guess who made some PROGRESSS!!!!! :DDDDDDD These are some of the poses I was able to pump out. They require a little refining/fixing, but hey, this is a nice start! So far i only have 3 poses, I intend to make more later (and fix them up a little.) I'll release a mod after I make some more poses.
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    Just to drop by and let you guys know that new set is up on my patreon https://www.patreon.com/posts/22262211
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    Version 1.0.0


    DESCRIPTION Made just for fun (for those who'd tell something about skimpiness). It's fully compatible with HDT bodies and it supports body scaling. Can be crafted in "Glass" section.
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    Being Expressive A quick note: I highly recommend using MFG Console mod. While everything I'm going to show is basic console commands, MFG adds a proper interface and some command shortcuts that make everything much easier. I also recommend this mod for every aspect of screenshot taking. It helps with item spawning and control as well as anything NPC related. The command you need to know is "MFG" and its 3 counterparts: "modifier" "phoneme" & "expression". Expression is self-explanatory. There are 7 basic expressions, each represented by a number: anger 0 fear 1 happy 2 sad 3 surprise 4 puzzled 5 disgust 6 neutral 7. There are more than this (about 16 in total) but they are essentially copies. Each expression has a 'dialogue' version which is just more subtle version. Modifier is facial movement that isn't mouth related. Eyes & brows essentially. Phoneme is the different mouth shapes we make while pronouncing words. Here's an example of piecing together different phonemes, modifiers and expressions. On the right of the screen is why I recommend the MFG console mod. It shows which parts are activated and makes it easy to keep track of. To activate these different parts the command is essentially the same: MFG modifier x x MFG phoneme x x MFG expression x x The first x is the part number and the second x is the amount (0 to 100). In this shot I wanted him mildly happy so the command was "mfg expression 10 20" I also wanted the guy on the left to be looking over at the demon guy so the command was "mfg modifier 9 80" The demon has a toothy smile which is "mfg phoneme 4 100" Another example of the kinds of things you can do: As a final note there is a short version of the commands. MM, ME & MP. So "mfg phoneme 4 100" can become "mp 4 100". Don't forget "mfg reset" which puts everything back to 0. Any sort of loading, either from saves or area loads will reset things too.
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    I've tried that one as well, but I remember having lots of issues with it. I only wanted to use it for full resolution screenshots in portrait format anyway, so I started to hotsample instead, i.e. run the game in custom/ very high resolution and crop the image to the desired aspect ratio afterwards. I'll go into detail about that now: HOW TO TAKE SUPER HIGH RES SCREENSHOTS BEYOND YOUR NATIVE SCREEN RES USING SRWE If you'd like to take screenshots in a resolution that is higher than that of your monitor, this is how to do it. Normally, you are restricted by your monitor's native resolution in terms of how high you can go and which aspect ratios you can use. There are several ways to get around that, one of them being the program SRWE ("Simple Runtime Window Editor"). With that you can go 4k, super widescreen, portrait format, basically whatever you want, independent from your monitor's native resolution. A fair warning though, I'm not going into every little detail, so this tutorial is geared more towards advanced users. Also, you will need a fairly decent computer if you want to run Skyrim in ultra high resolutions such as 4k and above. Duh. Step 1: Get SRWE Get the latest version of SRWE here. It doesn't need to be installed, just put the .exe wherever you want. Step 2: Make sure you are taking screenshots using ENB or the SMAA injector Generally speaking, there are up to 5 different ways to take screenshots in Skyrim: through Skyrim directly (default key: printscreen) through Steam (default key: F12) through ENB ( default key depends on the enb preset) through a third-party app, e.g. SMAA injector or FRAPS The two best options are the SMAA injector and ENB (here's a rundown of why). All other options should be avoided as they won't work correctly with this setup. If you are using an ENB preset that comes with the SMAA injector (e.g. SnapDragon Prime), simply open injector.ini in your Skyrim folder and define which key to use for taking screenshots (I personally like to use divide on the numpad, keycode 111). If your ENB preset doesn't use the SMAA injector, you can either just add it yourself if you want or use the ENB screenshot function instead. The key for that can be changed to your liking in your enblocal.ini file. Step 3: Make sure Sykrim runs in windowed mode For SRWE to work, you HAVE to run Skyrim in windowed mode. First, turn Onetweak off if you have it installed (check it out if you don't know about it, it's actually pretty nifty). This step may seem odd, but Onetweak will keep you from messing around with windowed mode and screen resolution, so it needs to go for now. You can simply reactivate it when you're done, it's just an skse plugin and removing it won't hurt your savegame or anything. There may be other mods out there that will keep this from working, Onetweak is just one that I identified myself. Next, open your enblocal.ini and change your window options to this: [WINDOW] ForceBorderless=true ForceBorderlessFullscreen=false Done. Step 4: Define your custom resolution Open your Skyrimprefs.ini ( remember to open it through MO if you're using it), find these two lines under Display and change them to whatever you want: [Display] iSize H= iSize W= For example, 4k would be H= 2160 and W= 3840. Go ham. Save and close. Step 5: Do the thing Here's a good tutorial on how to actually use SRWE, with pictures and everything. Additionally, here's a basic rundown for your convenience: Run SRWE, then run Sykrim. If you defined a resolution that is higher than that of your monitor, you should now see only a partial image with the rest cut off. Normally, this would be the point at which you would start to cry and pull your hair out becasue you kind of can't see shit. But hooray: SRWE comes to the rescue. Alt-tab out of Skyrim and switch to SRWE. Click on "Select running application" and choose Sykrim. Now, play with the window position and size until Skyrim fits your screen again. Save your settings as a profile so you don't have to type in everything again the next time you use SRWE. Boom, you are now ready for glorious 4K screenshots, despite playing on a petty FullHD monitor or whatever. Running Skyrim in 4K without an ENB preset is actually quite doable. I am rocking a GTX 1060 and an old i5 3570K and I can handle Vanilla Skyrim in 4K at 60fps no biggie. However, add ENB and things will look very different indeed. My framerate drops to well below 20, even in simple scenes. So, the compromise is to disable ENB in-game (usually by pressing SHIFT+F12, can be redefined in enblocal.ini), set up your shot, then re-enable ENB and take the screenshot; turn ENB off again, rinse and repeat. Finally, check in your Skyrim folder that your screenshots do indeed have the resolution you entered into your Skyrimprefs.ini. If they don't, you did something wrong. If they do, cool. If you're a fucking pimp who plays on a 4K monitor already, you can ignore all this and simply laugh at the rabble from your high horse. For everyone else, this is how to pretend that you have something nice for once.
  8. 1 point
    I did this months ago, and the quality of the fit is arguable because I don't really care about minor clipping on my end (laziness). I don't feel like doing a proper upload at the moment either. So here you go: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7dGPzUDGYmISEVRUlhueEFkXzQ/view?usp=sharing credits go to Dizona for making the armor, and by extension in their credits, DAZ3D for the textures. Vector for SAM naturally.
  9. 1 point
    A description of mods for those new would be fantastic. Or at least the core of what each file does. I assume the Brute Race just adds a separate player option for Brute. It'd be awesome to see a mod to immerse them into the world without changing all Argonians.
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    So to avoid any future issues, from now on, any software created by me, will have End User License Agreements. I'm doing this for my own defense, I don't want to go after anyone, unless I have strong feelings against someone. Never in my life would I ever imagined I had to resort to this, but unfortunately it's a "neccessary evil". Also I want to leave a public message regarding this. Don't judge me, when almost none of you know what exactly happened for me to go off for more than a year, and to have to implement this measurement. All I can say is that so far, the few ppl with whom I trusted the full story, are being extremely empathetic towards me, and fully understand my reasons and motives. This is the EULA for any mods I'll be creating and making available from now on: End­-User License Agreement Last updated: 11-06-2016 Please read this End­ User License Agreement carefully before installing and using any content provided by VectorPlexus and www.vectorplexus.com. By installing or using this software, you are agreeing to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement. If you do not agree to the terms of this Agreement, do not install or use this software. License VectorPlexus grants you a revocable, non­exclusive, non­transferable, limited license to download, install and use any software from www.vectorplexus.com, solely for your personal, non­commercial purposes strictly in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. Restrictions You agree not to, and you will not permit others to: a) license, sell, rent, lease, assign, distribute, transmit, host, outsource, disclose or otherwise commercially exploit this software or parts of it, available to any third party. b) use this software to create any questionable content that depict or promote harassment, racism, rape, bestiality or child abuse. c) use this software to create any product, by-product media or derivative content to promote you, your work or your company, without watermarking it with VectorPlexus logo and site address (www.vectorplexus.com). Permissions In case you wish to modify any part of this, you will require written approval from VectorPlexus. Any request should be submitted via e-mail to [email protected] Any modification or any product created with this software, such as screengrabs or gameplay videos, will be subject and inherit the same EULA has the original software you are modifying. Modifications VectorPlexus reserves the right to modify, suspend or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, the availability of any software available at www.vectorplexus.com, with or without notice and without liability to you. Term and Termination This Agreement shall remain in effect until terminated by you or VectorPlexus. VectorPlexus may, in its sole discretion, at any time and for any or no reason, suspend or terminate this Agreement with or without prior notice. This Agreement will terminate immediately, without prior notice from VectorPlexus, in the event that you fail to comply with any provision of this Agreement. You may also terminate this Agreement by deleting the software, all its parts and all copies thereof from any data storage you may possess or be in agreement with, such as clouding or sharing services. Upon termination of this Agreement, you shall cease all use of the software and delete all copies of it. Amendments to this Agreement VectorPlexus reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to modify or replace this Agreement at any time. If a revision is material we will provide at least 30 days' notice prior to any new terms taking effect. What constitutes a material change will be determined at our sole discretion. VectorPlexus is free of any liability that may result from any misuse of any software available at www.vectorplexus.com. Contact Information If you have any questions about this Agreement, please contact us at [email protected] © Copyright VectorPlexus 2016-2018, All Rights Reserved If you are a mod author, please contact me or other admins for further details on how you should proceed if you're unsure. EDIT: Forgot to mention, SAM - Shape Atlas for Men, will also have a specific EULA to allow for the exception I'm opening to LadyMoiraine. That EULA was also approved by LadyMoiraine EDIT 2: I'm uploading a PSD template file for anyone who wants to watermark any media created while using any of my mods (exemption given to content posted on www.ladymoiraine.com). While I will not go after people who choose not to do it, I will leave that decision entirely to my own discretion. The PSD contains 2 logos, a black and a white version. They should be used against a flat bar that will cover the entire width of the media in which is being used, of the opposing colour (white over black and vice-versa). Logo should be aligned on either left or right, but not centered. The bar in which the logo should be contained is always horizontal, related to the media's direction, and can be either used at the top or bottom. Logo and bar containing it should be scaled to better fit the media, but never in any way that might cause "vectorplexus.com" to become unreadable. I'm a designer, I'm sorry if I'm being too picky, but again this is mostly "optional" VECTORPLEXUS.COM.psd


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