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Rwby: Emerald Sustrai NSFW

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Description

The master thief is here!

This is just a port with a few edits. Had to rig her hair and added a bikini outfit. It doesn't work with the white top though.

Rig is Rwby_Emerald Sustrai.py

Thanks to Nyahs_smut for helping me with some of the previews.

This model was made by JicJic, Kyosuke and HibikiHusbando


Comments

Yinyama

@Matchbox The new models I post have this texture setting that makes them more anime like. You can't put them in complete darkness but light should still somewhat affect them. All the textures should be able to edit through note pad or VTF Edit if you don't like them. @windninja490 I have no idea why but 2 weeks later and it's finally up. @SuperSayinMario Haven't worked on her but I have a model to work off of.

Yinyama posted 2 weeks, 2 days ago

Matchbox

@Yinyama Oh god I don't know anything about that... I get the reasoning but she doesn't even have shadows for me. Unless I'm doing something wrong with the lighting?

Matchbox posted 1 week, 5 days ago

Matchbox

Also can't use Override Materials to hide her skin or anything?

Matchbox posted 1 week, 5 days ago

Yinyama

@Matchbox Looking at your work (Love it btw) it is affected by lighting but it's not as strong as other models.

Yinyama posted 1 week, 4 days ago

Yinyama

@Matchbox About the override materials thing I didn't notice that problem. I think I'll make the body as a bodygroup in the next update.

Yinyama posted 1 week, 4 days ago

Matchbox

@Yinyama sweet, thank you!

Matchbox posted 4 days, 22 hours ago

Matchbox

@Yinyama Also I've just done a test, she basically glows in the dark... Could you maybe change that in the next update? It sticks out like a sore thumb in scenes with low light.

Matchbox posted 4 days, 5 hours ago

DevilsCry

That's the problem with lighting when you set the materials to make them look more "anime-like". It does wonders to make them closer to cartoons, but unfortunately that screws the lighting of the scene itself, because they stop reacting "normally" as they should. If you set the materials as any other model (like i did with my ports), you get better lighting overall, but the model itself looks more... "plastic". Yinyama's setup works amazingly if you remove the lighting entirely, but sometimes you want to keep it... Anime models are a bitch to work with in SFM xD

DevilsCry posted 4 days, 4 hours ago


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