Curvy Yennefer [Witcher 3]

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Completely independent of Ganonmaster's release of Yennefer, I announced plans to build my own Yennefer some days ago. A popular request was to build a Curvy Yennefer, using Curvy Elizabeth's body as a base.

This is precisely that.

I build her in a single 3-hour streaming session, spending another 90 minutes building her flexes and polishing her.

Here's a quick feature list.


  • Built off of Curvy Elizabeth Beta 5.2 body and rigging
  • Custom-tailored IK rig
  • Full face-, eye-, toe- and finger-posing
  • Comprehensive flex suite, including upper/lower throat bulges
  • Face bones, fully recognized by the provided IK rig
    • Recommended to use the lip-corner bones with the jaw-drop
  • Two hairs bodygrouped: "simple" rig, and fully boned (thanks Ganonmaster for providing the original hair!)
  • Jiggleboned breasts and ass (hair is NOT jiggleboned!)
  • Partial interoperability with Curvy Elizabeth Beta 5.2 outfits
    • Anything with sleeves does NOT work properly
    • Need to apply a scale of 0.103 on the rootTransform BEFORE locking outfits. After applying Zero, need to RESET the scale to 0.103. Pose model, then UNLOCK the outfits.
  • Custom materials and masks provided by Urgarulga
  • Dem tits and ass

The next version of Curvy Yennefer will have her original outfit fitted. No ETA on that.


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  CurvyYennefer_v101.rar   1995 2016-01-31 20:32:28 47.49 MB
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