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Femshep 2016 DazV2

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Description

Hotfix 1: Fixes the jigglebones not being jiggly. Install over base install. Download v1.0.0 hotfix 1
Hotfix 2: Fixes the materials on the stand-alone dog-collar model being incorrect. Install over base install. Download v1.0.0 hotfix 2.

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Well, she's been in the shop a good, long while, but I think she's finally ready for release!

Femshep DazV2 does NOT replace the previous DazV1 Femshep (Femshep 2016). They can coexist between each other, since I know some people would prefer using the older version's outfit.

Before I get into the standard fare of features, first of all, what are the differences between DazV1 and DazV2 Femshep? Well, let's find out:

  • DazV2 Shepard is built on DazV2, obviously, meaning better ass deforming and better shoulder and ass quality
  • DazV2 Shepard has her skin color rebalanced to a decidedly Irish pale, as opposed to the reddish-pink skin that DazV1 Shepard is.
  • DazV2 Shepard comes with the full N7 armor, whereas DazV1 Shepard came with the Alliance Military casual
  • DazV2 Shepard has refined hair jigglebones, as well as refined faceposing and phonemes
  • DazV2 Shepard is far more muscular and toned than DazV1 (by default; see below)
  • DazV2 Shepard comes with morphs to "soften" her muscle tonage, designed for "pre-military" (or "post-military") renditions of Shepard.

So now features. They're pretty stock:

  • Full face-, eye-, finger-, and toe-posing
  • Full phonemes and support for automatic lip-sync
  • Fully jiggleboned hair, breasts, and ass
  • Genital mesh with flexes
  • Skingroups for various levels of runny make-up, bodywriting, and an Alliance trampstamp

Notes:

  • If you want to use the "soften muscles" flex, you need to turn off her arms and legs, attach the "femshep_chunk" model, and apply the flex to it as well. This is just a limitation of how Source handles flexes and SMDs.
  • As always, to use the Bodymorph on the outfit, you have to spawn the individual outfit pieces, attach them, and apply the morphs.

Let me know if there's any issues. I was pretty rushed to release this.

And as always, I hope you enjoy.


Comments

Thank you for your work. I have one question. I have also the issue, that the jiggle bones seems not to work. I downloaded the hotfix and installed it over the base installation, but this doesn't help. Any ideas?

vlmllc posted 1 year, 10 months ago

Dl'd

EpsilonLombax posted 1 year, 7 months ago

JurassicJuan

Do we need textures?

JurassicJuan posted 1 year, 5 months ago

Where the fuck do i get textures from? please don't tell me i have to make them myself...

KittyDeamon posted 11 months, 2 weeks ago

As with the last two commenters, I seem to not be getting textures with this.

Kara-086 posted 4 months ago


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