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  1. 10 points

    Version 2.2


    Release Note for v 2.1a+ : Now this package does no longer requires the default vanilla Skyrim refit (in SAM's Download file section) for some torso refits. Together with rhavik's SAM - Vanilla Armor Refit (LE/ SE), my three refit packages (with the optional Briarheart conversion) should now cover the entire vanilla armor/ clothes refit, and should be compatible also with the latest Racemenu SE as well as SKSE64 without any manual conversion. [Note for v 2.1a's optional package]: Thanks for the bug report from @Alarik, i've learned that the talented Briarheart SAM conversion by @Jamesalexian unfortunately works only with USLEEP that fundamentally alters the handling of the Briarheart naked skin, only in Skyrim LE as well. He also helped me with the repeated experiments of the tweaked meshes especially in Skyrim SE. What I did to the original conversion is only three minor tweaks: cleans the additinal extra skeleton nodes up, making the meshes compatible with SAM default skeleton as well. builds the briarheart meshes for non-USLEEP (USSEP) users converts LE meshes to SE (and arranged directory structure in accordance with USSEP). So, please choose the correct one for your Skyrim (LE/ SE, with USLEEP (USSEP) or without USLEEP (USSEP)) among four download options, and if you like it, please take a visit at @Jamesalexian's original download page and endorse it! +++ Some clippings in the backside especially while crouching, but No neck seam anymore. The hugh drawbacks of SAM for mine has been the lack of the full compatible vanilla CLOTHES (not armors) for long, even with the default vanilla outfit refits in SAM's download section. Once we go into the settlement and talk with some (male) vendors, we cannot but notice the neck seam of the blacksmith as well as magically slim cloth hiding the pot belly of the middle age trader soon. College professors (at least in my poor laptop) tend to accompany some floating bodies with their robes. I cannot put up with them anymore. This package is meant as a temporal hotfix for this matter until anyone more skillful will work with this problem: I cannot claim the quality of the meshes even as mediocore (just a quick and dirty conforming work by Outfitstudio), but at least they are compatible with SAM's Samson and Samson sliders (from ca. -20 to +80) and no noticeable visual glitch like the neck seam, I hope. Although I only play Skyrim in LE, I also prepared the SE package by SSE NIF optimizer (not tested in the game by myself). If you find any problem for this package, please also notice to me. How to use: Overwrite the default vanilla outfits with the meshes from this package. v 1.1.0+: Updated as well as the earlier meshes are all included in the latest package. Overwrite the default mesh with them, too. (You don't have to download all the versions I've uploaded. Only the latest one will suffice). What is currently NOT covered (v 2.2): Sheogorath (not obtainable in the vanilla game) Nocturnal; Psijic (not obtainable in the vanilla game/ boots is not weight slider-supported, if I remember correctly) Except for these few exceptions, now all the vanilla [Clothing] equipments can be compatible with SAM (complements each other with rhavik's Vanilla Armors). To be Done: To deal with the imminent bugs (and bad clipping) within this package. To restore InvMarker in the worked meshes, though I don't know their significance for the mesh (only something with inventory model)/ Credits (in addition to Vector and Bethesda): USLEEP team: for updated meshes for some clothes like Magejourneyman and Barkeepers jorrob96 for his tutorial for refitting: Forum on the importance of set 'CT_Mutable' flag: /u/Hump_my_face at /r/skyrimmods/: for checking and fixing the problematic wristguard mesh to be handled with OS. @Jamesalexian for the original SAM converted mesh of Briarheart naked skin. @Alarik for the bug reports of the Briarheart skin as well as tester of updated Briarheart skin both in LE and in SE. Permissions: Do what do you would like to (preferably with credit).
  2. 10 points

    Version 1.0.0


    This patch is a SAM patch for the new armor compilation mod, Ulag's Legacy (Skyrim LE / Skyrim SE), with GuitunScarfin, the original author's generous permission. The original mod is a compilation of revised versions of his two previous mods (Apotheus Armor (light) and Blooded Heavy Armor (heavy) ), and further, two color variants of his new light armor, Duskward Armor, inspired by the armor in high medieval (post-Viking Age) Scandinavian countries. As for more details of the armors, please visit his original mod page(s) on Nexus and his description (There are some conditions to create the armors that have both enchanted as well as non-enchanted variants). This is not a stand-alone package (only including tweaked male mesh files), so you'll need the original package on Nexus either for Skyrim LE or SE versions. Sample SSs were taken with heavily compressed textures, so they can't do justice to the finess of original textures (2K/ 4K). Checked Samson/ Samuel morph sliders from -20~+80, though the scarf of Apotheus Armor probably has a clipping problem with Samuel/ Samson 40+ or other SAM compatible armors. I also upload a SE version, dealt with SSE NIF Optimizer, but I myself do not install Skyrim SE right now (so not tested by myself). If you find any problem especially with SE version patch, please make a notice to me. [Add]: [Feb. 13, 2019]: Meshes of this package don't include exposed skin parts, so does not need to update in accordance with the latest SAM Morphs for Racemenu v 1.0.4+ How to Install: Install the original package either for Skyrim LE or Skyrim SE. Both non-IA version and lA versions' .esp will be compatible with this package. Overwrite male armor meshes in the original with SAM morphs compatible ones from this package. Permissions: While I'm fine with what you want with the refit package itself (preferably with credit), please contact with the original author (GuitunScarfin,) for further inquiries. Credits: GuitunScarfin : for creating the original mod and granting his generous permission to me for publishing this package. If you like his armors, please visit again the original mod page(s) on Nexus and endorse them. What I did is just to refit the meshes. Vector: for SAM
  3. 7 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Just a quick conversion for Special Edition with Render permission granted ofc. It's not perfect, i'm not any photoshop expert, but since there's not a conversion for SE i feel like doing myself. Also feel free to make your own tweaks and upload them if you want to. Source for Oldrim: Credits goes to Render for making it SAM Compatible to Kraan for nipple textures to Fizsi for the first adaptation and to Monsterraider for the original textures. Edit: Uploaded Camaleon version, choose only one between them... Masculine Argonian Camaleon.rar
  4. 5 points
    This tutorial is going to provide some basic information on what modular armors are and how the user can easily customise them using the program Nifskope. If you know of armors that are modular, feel free to mention them in this thread so people can find them! OVERVIEW / TL;DR Part 1: remove armor parts Install Nifskope Open armor_0.nif in Nifskope right click the parts you want to delete in the right pane Block > Remove > OK save changes repeat for armor_1.nif Part 2: make armor revealing (aka show the schlong) find the NiTriShape SAMRevealing in the left pane and expand left click BSLightingShaderProperty find the Alpha value in the lower pane and set it from 0 to 1 (0= invisible, 1 = opaque) save changes (also in both *_0.nif and *_1.nif) SLOW AND CLEAR I. What do you mean, 'modular'??? In the vast and exciting world of Skyrim modding, an armor set that is described as 'modular' usually consists of several pieces of armor that can be equipped individually in-game. While that is cool and all, it is not the kind of modular we mean in this tutorial. In the context of SAM, "modular armors" are armors that appear as one single equippable item in-game but have been 'cut up into pieces' for external editing. The idea is that you can hide or delete the armor parts you don't want to create armors that are as revealing as you want them to be. Not many of these modular armors have been created, but for the few modular armors that do exist, this tutorial will teach you how to make use of their unique feature. The only way to identify if a piece of armor is 'modular' in that sense is to open it in a program like Nifskope and check. This is what a non-modular armor looks like when you open it in Nifskope. The whole armor is one big shape that can't be edited without extensive know-how. And this is what a modular armor looks like in Nifksope. The armor is split up into several shapes that can easily be edited independently from each other even with little know-how. II. Getting ready to do the thing The only tool you need to edit modular armors is Nifskope. The latest build at the moment of writing is 2.0 Dev 7. Some people prefer older builds, but it doesn't really matter for our purposes. Download the archive, unpack it to wherever you fancy and Bob's your uncle. Next, we need some modular armors to actually edit. The most prominent ones are the originals by Vector. They are available on SAM's main download page. Download the archives, unzip them and locate the main armor files. Alternatively, install the files with your mod manager of choice first and open them afterwards through your mod manager. The files we want to modify are the cuirass/armor meshes. Boots, gauntlets and helmets don't matter for our purposes, so simply leave them alone. Also, notice that there are two files of everything, a *_0.nif and a *_1.nif . This is necessary for SAM to function correctly. Thus, if we make changes in one of the files, we need to make the same changes in the other file as well to retain functionality. III. Do the thing Note: What we are going to do to the .nif files is irreversible, so you should keep a back-up copy of the original files in case you are unsatisfied with your edits or want to switch back and forth between them. Now, let's start by editing the Daedric cuirass as an example. It is located at SAM-Optional-Legacy-Skimpy-Armors\Meshes\Armor\Daedric 1. Open daedriccuirass_0.nif in Nifskope. It will look something like this: Note: The funky colors are Nifskope 2.0's way of telling you that it is unable to find the armors' textures. If they bother you, click on the light bulb in the upper tool bar and then on the icon that shows a grey checkerboard to make everything appear as grey. In older versions of Nifskope, everything will be displayed as grey from the get-go. 2. Right click on the part of the armor you want to remove. In the menu that appears, go to Block > Remove . Click OK if a warning appears and the shape will be deleted. Repeat with all armor parts you want to remove. Note that in this particular armor, the glowy parts are also individual pieces, so don't forget to delete them as well if you remove the meshes underneath or they will float in thin air later in-game. 3. Save your changes. Then close daedriccuirass_0.nif and open daedriccuirass_1.nif. 4. Delete the exact same parts you deleted in daedriccuirass_0.nif. Save and close. 5. If you edited the files before installing them, repack everything to a new archive, give it its own name and install it like you would any other mod. And that's it, you successfully customised a modular piece of armor. Again, deleting the meshes is irreversible, so always keep a back-up copy of the original, unedited file. IV. Make modular armors revealing If you want these armors to be revealing, just deleting the underwear mesh won't be enough. A few extra steps are necessary to let it all hang out. 1. Delete as many armor parts as you like following the steps above. Notice that you don't need to remove all shapes that cover the crotch area for this to work, but the schlong might clip through anything directly in front of it. 2. Once you are satisfied, look at the left pane and find the NiTriShape SAMRevealing. Expand it by clicking on the little arrow next to it and left click on BSLightingShaderProperty. 3. In the lower pane, find the Alpha value. Left click on the numbers and set them from 0 to 1 (0 = invisible, 1 = opaque) 4. Save your changes. Don't forget to make the same edits in both the *_0.nif and *_1.nif files. Note 1: If the piece of armor you are editing doesn't have a SAMRevealing node, it can't be made revealing with this method. In that case, you may want to ask the mod author for help. Note 2: If there are gaps around the schlong when you equip your edited armor, the file is probably faulty and you may want to try a different mod or ask the mod author for help. And that's it! One last thing to note is that you don't have to delete the armor parts. Instead, you can do the same thing we did with the SAMRevealing node: click on the armor part you want to edit in the left pane, go to its BSLightingShaderProperty page and set the Alpha from 1 to 0. If you do it this way, you can easily reverse your edits. The downside to that is that not all armor parts have a BSLightingShaderProperty page attached to them, so it doesn't always work. Have fun!
  5. 5 points
    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.
  6. 4 points

    Version 1.2


    Credit goes all to the original mod author the mighty Niero his orginal mod is required right here https://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/27418/ Files included: *My own preset for Bodyslide (Install BT Cross Recon Bodyslide Files in your Bodyslide folder) *Bodyslides files to you build your body with your own preset for sliders. Don't forget to tick "Build Morphs" box before building your body through Bodyslide AND FOR THOSE WHO ARE TOO LAZY *Built BT Cross Recon Built With My Preset used in screenshots *Built BT Cross Recon Built without presets with 0/base sliders Now i few notes about this armor... 1. Its almost full modular, to do so you just need the outfit itself ofc (you can get it either through console using help command and looks for Recon Keyword "help Recon" or you can refer to mod original mod page on how you can get it aside from cheating) 2.There are 4 modifiable pieces : The underarmor or undershirt/ The Coat/ The Mask and the Shades. To do so you need to modify them in Armor Workbench, they don't have any requirements to modify 3.I did my best to fix the clipping from long coat, but i cant go any further because i cant reproduce the clipping in bodyslide which means i cant find the right spot where the clipping is so my apologies for that. 4. IMPORTANT NOTE!!!!! unfortunately i couldnt make the belt and armband work for the LongCoat, they just float like there are missing bones. Its weird cus everything else works just fine. If anyone is willing to help me on how to fix it i'll gladly appreciate that. Let me know if you have any questions, requests or suggestions. Also feel free to improve these meshes if you would like to. AD VICTORIAM brothers!!!
  7. 4 points

    Version 1.1


    A small hair pack featuring some edgy/emo hairs. Do not upload this anywhere else without my permission.
  8. 3 points
    View File SAM Light Texture Add-on Custom skin textures I created for SAM Light for personal use. It's reached a point where I feel it's ready for everyone else to use. These textures are for human races only. Each texture set is custom made and meant to be used together. Hand and feet textures include fingernails/toenails and are meant to be used with hand/feet meshes from SAM High Poly Conversion. Face textures include high quality ears and no problematic seams commonly found in the back of the head. Requirements SAM Light Diffuse Maps created from various photo references slightly saturated and mainly tailored for Nords skin tone might be off for non-Nord races includes body hair options optional tanline body available in 2k (uncompressed) Normal Maps (_msn) baked from high poly models and blended with skin pores for extra details face maps use vanilla maps as base and blended to remove neck seams available in 4k and 2k (uncompressed) Specular Maps (_s) designed specifically to highlight fine skin pores while not being overly glossy available in 4k and 2k (compresed and uncompressed variants) Subsurface Maps (_sk) effect is subtle in Oldrim but much more noticeable in SE created from diffuse maps available in 1k (compressed and uncompressed variants) Face Complexion Maps custom-made complexion maps rough maps are freckles and age maps are sharper and appear younger than vanilla certain NPC's may look different due to age complexion available in 1k uncompressed (RGB 64:64:64) Installation If using a mod manager, just follow the installer. The quality 4k options are meant for screenarchery, but they're usable for general gameplay if you have a capable system. Manual Installation 00 Diffuse textures in _bodyBase, _hands, _head folders are required choose one body texture from _bodyDefault (normal body) or _bodyTan (tanline body) folders 01 Normal textures in _hands and _head folders are required. choose between 2k body (_body2k) or 4k body (_body4k) optionally install texture in _headCustom folder for custom head texture 02 Specular Quality: pick one body texture from _body2k or _body4k folder, then install all textures in _quality2k folder Performance: install all textures in the _performance2k folder 03 Subsurface Quality: install all textures in the _quality1k folder Performance: install all textures in the _performance1k folder 04 Face Detail optional for custom face complexion maps What about SAM (full)? Due to the vast amount of normal maps used, I decided to only support SAM Light since it uses only one set of normal maps. The other maps can be used for SAM, but some editing is needed if you want the genital textures. Please do not modify and share without my permission. Credit goes to Vector for the creation of Shape Atlas for Men. Submitter KouLeifoh Submitted 01/13/2019 Category The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim  
  9. 3 points
    I mean.. 😅 I already started working on something like that just recently. It works purely from RaceMenu without the use of event listeners on NPC's. The texture paths are currently hardcoded, and I need to move them to the .esp to make it easier for users to edit without touching the scripts. The goal is to have a framework where different body textures (diffuse/normal/specular) can be assigned for more variety. It's still in early development and I don't even have racial checks yet. This screenshot is a proof of concept that will be expanded upon later. This will be for SAM Light only since SAM already uses scripts for texture overrides.
  10. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0


    The very bottom of the bear pelt is messy but nothing that should be noticeable in most pictures. Will try to fix it later at some point.


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