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 Subject: Knee Pads for Male Unimesh Figures

zew3d opened this issue on Apr 21, 2005 · 8 posts

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  zew3d    ( ) ( posted at 8:37AM Thu, 21 April 2005 · edited on 11:24AM Fri, 22 April 2005

Attached Link: FreeKneePads for CLOTHIM

You can find free stuff for CLOTHIM on our web site (www.zew3d.com) in download section.

FreeKneePads for CLOTHIM is high quality clothes textures with installer. It fits perfect to all skin textures. To install it you must have CLOTHIM installed on your computer.

We hope its will bring you a lot of fun.


  zew3d    ( ) ( posted at 8:40AM Thu, 21 April 2005  · @2224418

  zew3d    ( ) ( posted at 8:44AM Thu, 21 April 2005  · @2224426

  zew3d    ( ) ( posted at 8:46AM Thu, 21 April 2005  · @2224428

  xoconostle    ( ) ( posted at 2:15PM Thu, 21 April 2005  · @2224954

Cool, they match the "bad boy" clothes. Thanks!

  mathman    ( ) ( posted at 5:58PM Thu, 21 April 2005  · @2225333

Zew3d, I've been considering Clothim for a while. But I do have a question, and that is -- is it possible to make the clothes look less tight fitting ? (... is that the "spandex" setting, I'm not sure) regards, Andrew

  zew3d    ( ) ( posted at 10:44AM Fri, 22 April 2005  · @2226342

Hi Andrew.

CLOTHIM software lets you choose any skin texture and overlay clothes textures on the top of it (similar to second skin technic).
You are not limited to material zones and you can use for example lacy clothes on your favourite skin textures.
CLOTHIM use layers, so you can mix and match all available clothes textures and you can put it in right order.
If you wish you can for example put underpants on the top of the jeans and you can be sure it will looks and works perfect.
CLOTHIM puts clothes textures right on the skin texture, so you can be sure it will works for all poses.

This method has some limitations. Clothes can look natural, but its are not separate objects, so its can't be less tight.

Best regards
ZEW 3d Team.


  Tyger_purr    ( ) ( posted at 11:24AM Fri, 22 April 2005  · @2226423

If CLOTHIM could export to a texture and a transparancy mask, it could be applied to a bodysuit that is mil mapped and morphed to be less tight. If CLOTHIM could do that (and apply clothing seperate from the skin as can be done in p5/6) i would be interested in it.

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