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  1. 7 points

    Version 1.0.0


    This is a refit of the Kynreeve armor from nexus. You don't need the original file, I already included it. Character is by @smidgen BTW, thanks to his awesome preset.
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    An open discussion I'm starting to share screenshot taking tips and ideas. There's a handful of topics I want to touch on, probably one post at a time for the sake of making it manageable for me Getting Started: Console Commands Here's a quick list of console commands that I use every time I take screenshots. TFC / TFC 1 (Toggle Free Camera): Gives you free control of the camera using WASD and mouse 1 & 2. (TFC 1 also pauses time) TM (Toggle Menus): Shows or hides menus. TAI (Toggle AI): Freezes the selected NPC, helpful when characters aren't doing as they're told. Set TimeScale To x (x being a number, default 100): Fast or slow time, helpful for holding time when you want specific lighting. Set GameHour to x: Changes the time. FOV x (Field Of View, default 60/70): A really important one that I'll explain later in this post. Using The Basics So you've got your character in place and you want to take a shot of him. You rotate your camera around to his front and end up with something like this: The basic camera that rotates around your character isn't much good for taking screenshots so let's use "TFC 1". With free reign over the camera you can easily position your character in the frame. Already looking better but it still looks a little odd. I tried to get the camera as close as I could because it's a close up, right? Get close? By default the game's FOV is around 70, for gameplay this is perfect because it shows us lots of the world but for screenshots it looks bad. Here's the same shot at FOV 30. See how much better it looks. The character fills the screen nicely and his proportions aren't all distorted. The camera is actually this far away: The lowered FOV means the "lens" (as much as virtual cameras have lenses) gets closer but the actual "camera" gets further away. Kinda like the optical zoom on a real camera. To finish up just use "TM" to remove the HUD and menus and you've got yourself a nice shot Kinda a short one for the first post but I just want to test the waters a little, also I find correct FOV to be the easiest way to make a shot look better so I hope you can see the difference. I'm sure this was probably a little insultingly simple but later on I want to cover some more advanced stuff: Facial expression, setting up lighting, posing multiple characters, item spawning, Jaxons Positioner mod + ScreenshotPad, maybe some very basic ingame ENB tweaking. Thanks for stopping by, hopefully more to come Let me know what you think and feel free to throw your own ideas in.
  3. 1 point
    Also looking forward to more SAM friendly refits! Nice work!
  4. 1 point
    Hi. Not dead (yet). What happened was testing all the refits and esp's in addition to all the mods I have started to break my game, but before I had a chance to backup and fresh install life decided to keep me busy. Haven't really updated because I haven't had the chance to even touch Skyrim for the past month.
  5. 1 point
    If I have time, I can do something about that.
  6. 1 point
    Yeah, definitely FloppySOS, found here. I love it so much and with it I was able to make this (NSFW) Dancing_NSFW.mp4
  7. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0


    A refit for RefurbMadness's Simple Outfits for Men. To install you need to download, and then install the original file from the nexus. Then, install my files over it. The vertex count for the meshes is rather high, so the refits aren't quite perfect. There may be some clipping during some animations, particularly on the chest for the midnight assassin outfit. I will look into fixing this at a later date. Credits RefurbMadness for the original mod, and all of its related credits VectorPlexus for SAM.
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    Tips: Our Little Secret Take a look at his shot, looks normal right? (Besides the comical editing to make it SFW) To make the shot work how I wanted, I actually cheated a little bit. Here is a view from the back: Horrible clipping, with his right arm going straight through that guys back. Something else you wouldn't have noticed: Vincent is a little shorter than the other guys so I gave him a magical little boost. My point being that if you can't see it in the shot: don't worry about it. Don't think about the scene as a whole, you're only going to capture it from 1 angle.
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    I'm about to leave the house for a bit otherwise I would package this up better and so on, but I don't want to forget about it later. I did this a while back using resource files from https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/265/? Basically just copied over the arm hair, did a little transparency so it fit Vector's work a bit better and saved. Nothing special. male_arm_hair.7z
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    Here ya go, I remember someone else posting it in some other thread, don't remember which one though, I got mine from there, it works like a charm. SAM-Optional-B3lisarios-Console-Slider-Extender-SetPQV.7z


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