Jump to content

Impossible Heels ‘Amber’


JoshQ
 Share

Recommended Posts

Impossible Heels ‘Amber’


  • This CC is completely free
  • You’re allowed to modify it in any way, shape or form imaginable; you don’t need to ask me for permission
  • I don’t take requests nor commissions

Details:

  • Base game compatible
  • For teen, young adult and adult femsims
  • Enabled for everyday, sleepwear, formalwear, career, outerwear and validformaternity
  • Disabled for random sims
  • All LODs and morphs
  • Polycount: LOD1=11954; LOD2=1418
  • 4 color channels
  • Will add 6 “units” to adult and young adult’s height, 5 to teens
  • Only available as .package

Defects:

  • Shoes look “weird” on CAS, in-game looks fine
  • Textures look “grainy” from up close 
  • Too dark / bright colors look awful
  • Potential clipping with floor and furniture also misalignment on animations, poses and interactions between sims
  • Pants might clip around the ankle
  • Clipping and bending behind the ankle depending on custom animation (normal simming is ok)
  • 3D accessories that contain morphs, like necklaces, might deform shoes and feet

Notes:

  • Compatible with the default body, MedBod and any other custom body mesh that follows the original leg seam

  • Submitter
  • Submitted
    12/18/2020
  • Category

 

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Similar Content

    • By JoshQ
      Details:
      Base game compatible For teen, young adult and adult femsims Enabled for everyday, sleepwear, formalwear, career, outerwear and validformaternity Disabled for random sims All LODs and morphs Polycount: LOD1=13232; LOD2=2808 4 color channels, two variations Will add 10 “units” to adult and young adult’s height, 9 to teens Only available as .package Defects:
      Shoes look “weird” on CAS, in-game looks fine Textures look “grainy” from up close Too dark / bright colors look awful Potential clipping with floor and furniture also misalignment on animations, poses and interactions between sims Pants might clip around the ankle Clipping and bending behind the ankle depending on custom animation (normal simming is ok) 3D accessories that contain morphs, like necklaces, might deform shoes and feet Notes:
      Return of a classic! This is a complete redesign that adds one more unit to height, a much detailed mesh and textures that look “good” with patterns and/or solid colors Most of my meshes suffer from serious deformation when increasing the weight slider. So far the solution has been to generate the morphs “by hand” using Milkshape3D, but Milkshape’s tools can be too basic for this task so instead of scaling the ankle area, and anything else close to it, I’m scaling the whole feet according to the leg’s size. This means overweight sims will have wider and slightly larger feet while on thin bodies its size will be reduced just a bit. Personally I haven’t noticed anything off-place and my sims are on the “meaty” side of the scale YMMV Compatible with the default body, MedBod and any other custom body mesh that follows the original leg seam
    • By JoshQ
      View File Impossible Heels ‘Cattleya’
      Details:
      Base game compatible For teen, young adult and adult femsims Enabled for everyday, sleepwear, formalwear, career, outerwear and validformaternity Disabled for random sims All LODs and morphs Polycount: LOD1=13232; LOD2=2808 4 color channels, two variations Will add 10 “units” to adult and young adult’s height, 9 to teens Only available as .package Defects:
      Shoes look “weird” on CAS, in-game looks fine Textures look “grainy” from up close Too dark / bright colors look awful Potential clipping with floor and furniture also misalignment on animations, poses and interactions between sims Pants might clip around the ankle Clipping and bending behind the ankle depending on custom animation (normal simming is ok) 3D accessories that contain morphs, like necklaces, might deform shoes and feet Notes:
      Return of a classic! This is a complete redesign that adds one more unit to height, a much detailed mesh and textures that look “good” with patterns and/or solid colors Most of my meshes suffer from serious deformation when increasing the weight slider. So far the solution has been to generate the morphs “by hand” using Milkshape3D, but Milkshape’s tools can be too basic for this task so instead of scaling the ankle area, and anything else close to it, I’m scaling the whole feet according to the leg’s size. This means overweight sims will have wider and slightly larger feet while on thin bodies its size will be reduced just a bit. Personally I haven’t noticed anything off-place and my sims are on the “meaty” side of the scale YMMV Compatible with the default body, MedBod and any other custom body mesh that follows the original leg seam Submitter JoshQ Submitted 07/15/2021 Category Shoes  
    • By JoshQ
      View File Impossible Heels ‘Erika’
      Details:
      Base game compatible For teen, young adult and adult femsims Enabled for everyday, sleepwear, formalwear, career, outerwear and validformaternity Disabled for random sims All LODs and morphs Polycount: LOD1=11664; LOD2=3460 4 color channels Will add 8 “units” to adult and young adult’s height, 7 to teens Only available as .package Defects:
      Shoes look “weird” on CAS, in-game looks fine Textures look “grainy” from up close Too dark / bright colors look awful Potential clipping with floor and furniture also misalignment on animations, poses and interactions between sims Pants might clip around the ankle Clipping and bending behind the ankle depending on custom animation (normal simming is ok) 3D accessories that contain morphs, like necklaces, might deform shoes and feet Notes:
      Lately most of my meshes have been suffering from serious deformation when increasing the weight slider. So far the solution has been to generate the morphs “by hand” using Milkshape3D, but Milkshape’s tools can be too basic for this task so instead of scaling the ankle area, and anything else close to it, I’m scaling the whole feet according to the leg’s size. This means overweight sims will have wider and slightly larger feet while on thin bodies its size will be reduced just a bit. Personally I haven’t noticed anything off-place and my sims are on the “meaty” side of the scale YMMV Compatible with the default body, MedBod and any other custom body mesh that follows the original leg seam  
      Submitter JoshQ Submitted 07/08/2021 Category Shoes  
    • By JoshQ
      Details:
      Base game compatible For teen, young adult and adult femsims Enabled for everyday, sleepwear, formalwear, career, outerwear and validformaternity Disabled for random sims All LODs and morphs Polycount: LOD1=11664; LOD2=3460 4 color channels Will add 8 “units” to adult and young adult’s height, 7 to teens Only available as .package Defects:
      Shoes look “weird” on CAS, in-game looks fine Textures look “grainy” from up close Too dark / bright colors look awful Potential clipping with floor and furniture also misalignment on animations, poses and interactions between sims Pants might clip around the ankle Clipping and bending behind the ankle depending on custom animation (normal simming is ok) 3D accessories that contain morphs, like necklaces, might deform shoes and feet Notes:
      Lately most of my meshes have been suffering from serious deformation when increasing the weight slider. So far the solution has been to generate the morphs “by hand” using Milkshape3D, but Milkshape’s tools can be too basic for this task so instead of scaling the ankle area, and anything else close to it, I’m scaling the whole feet according to the leg’s size. This means overweight sims will have wider and slightly larger feet while on thin bodies its size will be reduced just a bit. Personally I haven’t noticed anything off-place and my sims are on the “meaty” side of the scale YMMV Compatible with the default body, MedBod and any other custom body mesh that follows the original leg seam  
    • By JoshQ
      Details:
      Base game compatible Non-default skin For teen, young adult, adult and elder(?) male and females 2k textures Only available as .package
      blender_remove_seam.mp4 Notes:
      The original skin has some visible lines on the seams you can see them on ribcage, arms, hands, fingers, ankle and feet To hide them as much as possible I used the texture brushes from Blender, initially I wanted to use Photoshop but its 3D interface sucks The original texture has compression artifacts and banding so I used ESRGAN to clean them sadly that partially removed some details like pores, spots, wrinkles and hair; is not as bad as it sounds (see pics) and probably you will only notice it if you use a HD mod I cleared the nipples on the female skin and the male version has some imperfections on the fingers because there’s very little space for the brush to do its job Finally the skin has extra ramps from Navetsea
×
×
  • Create New...