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  1. It depends on how you're trying to apply the physics. If you're just trying to get parts to bounce along with the body, (armor on the ass to shake when you walk or whatever) I can give a basic tutorial. Open the armor in Outfit Studio (with HDT SAMBody) and set it as reference. Select all the armor pieces and copy bone weights at the default settings, then file > export > to nif with reference. Do this for both the _0 and _1 and that will give you a very basic HDT armor. The results however will heavily depend on how many vertices/polygons the armor has, whether there's any hanging cloth like the above, how close the armor/clothing is to the body, and if the mesh was weighted to the proper bones. A low poly mesh (like most vanilla clothing and some vanilla armor) will be very jarring and spiky with HDT physics applied (which I learned the hard way). With hanging cloth, you'll have to mess with skirt bones and that's another can of worms entirely. It's a much longer process from what I've gathered, and I've never found a comprehensive tutorial. It's why there's only a handful of HDT cloth mods out there and most armor mods with flowing cloth get permission to include the HDT cloth in theirs. So usually for armors with a skirt I either use the mask tool on it to leave the skirt bones alone and just deal with the stiffness, or just weight them to the thigh/legs and deal with any awkward movements. The last two factors are connected. If a piece of armor is too far away from the body you can either manually weight it to a bone (which gets better results but takes more experience to do properly), or you can just increase the search radius (which is the faster/simpler way but with more possibility for error). You can end up with armor on the thigh being weighted to your forearm bone and weird things like that.
  2. jorrob96

    Armors and Clothing

    A quick update since I've been gone playing Overwatch for a sad amount of time Fixed the issue with mage robes, it was actually very simple and easy I was just looking in the wrong places.
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    Armors and Clothing

    Things I currently have planned: Non HDT versions of armor/clothing (a lot of vanilla clothing won't have hdt. they're just too low poly so you end up with clipping and sharp points.) Standalone versions (this is easy to do, I just hate working in the creation kit with how randomly it crashes. if you don't want to wait and make standalone versions yourself feel free to upload them) Look into the mismatched mage robes Revealing bandit armor
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    Skimpy Mage Robes

    Oh sorry. When you said normal looking mage robes I thought you meant the apprentice robes. Also what I may do in the future is instead of fixing every issue immediately is wait a day so that whatever problems are reported can be handled in one update instead of people having to download a version every couple hours like now.
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    Skimpy Mage Robes

    Ohh I get what you mean by pointy now. I can fix that. And if you mean for the apprentice robes, that's something I've noticed on my end as well. I'm thinking it's something I'll have to fix in the creation kit with an esp.
  6. jorrob96

    Skimpy Mage Robes

    That's a bone weight issue. Uploading a fixed one now.
  7. jorrob96

    Skimpy Mage Robes

    Oh wow that's a dumb mistake. Thank you for letting me know! And yeah I can do that.
  8. jorrob96

    Skimpy Mage Robes

    Thank you! And I should have stand alone versions up in a day or so.
  9. jorrob96

    Download — Skimpy Mage Robes

    View File Skimpy Mage Robes Makes all college mage robes revealing Coming soon (ideally): Stand alone version and non HDT Submitter jorrob96 Submitted 05/11/18 Category The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim  
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    Makes all college mage robes revealing Coming soon (ideally): Stand alone version and non HDT
  11. jorrob96

    Armors and Clothing

    Definitely much better. Thanks!
  12. jorrob96

    Armors and Clothing

    Trying to decide between this and the other arch mage robes. I've already tested the other mage outfits in game so this should be up fairly soon.
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    Armors and Clothing

    Mage Apprentice: Mage Journeyman: Archmage: I'd say right now the arch mage robes are the ones I'm experimenting with most.
  14. jorrob96

    Skimpy Nordic Carved Armor

    Yeah I can do that