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==Makeup & Genetics==
 
==Makeup & Genetics==
 
*[http://modthesims.info/showthread.php?t=540210 How to make the make up layer over skin overlays]
 
*[http://modthesims.info/showthread.php?t=540210 How to make the make up layer over skin overlays]
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*[https://sims4studio.com/post/79430 Discussion on correcting Composition layers and Sort numbers for Skin Details and how they overwrite or blend with other skin details/makeup etc. by Feyona at Sims4Studio]
  
 
====Eye Shadow====
 
====Eye Shadow====

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Blender CAS Tutorials

  • Weight Transfer in Blender by Brujah at S4S Gold star-25pixels.jpgGold star-25pixels.jpgGold star-25pixels.jpgGold star-25pixels.jpgGold star-25pixels.jpg This is how you transfer (copy) vertex weight values from game meshes to your new mesh parts in Blender. (Older Sims versions called them Bone Assignments.) It's way easier than the old bone assignments in Milkshape because instead of configuring each vertex by itself, you select the game piece, then your 'new mesh' piece and transfer the vertex weights all at once. The new mesh vertexes will pick up the vertex weights based on it's proximity to vertexes in the active game mesh you selected, even if the vertexes have different weights.

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Sims Creation

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Tutorials from Sims 2 and Sims 3 that may help

These tutorial relate to clothing, but are specific techniques, tools, and tips helpful to beginners and more experienced skinners alike, for trying something specific. Some of these tutorials may be written for Sims 2 and Sims 3, however the same techniques can be used in Sims 4.


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