Medieval Female Hat: new mesh!
Uploaded 16th Apr 2010 at 8:54 PM · Updated 15th May 2010 at 4:20 PM by -Maylin-
Here is my last entry for the Medieval Challenge.
It's a new mesh: the Medieval Female Hat:
Based on a real one.
It can be found under Female Hair/Hat and it is available for Teens, Young Adults, Adults and Elders.
Recolourable Channels: 3
This is also my first CAS creation and I hope you will like it
High Details : 5496 Faces
Low Details: 2304 Faces
Created with Blender converted in Milkshape
TSRW, Delphy Sims3Pack Multi Installer
Whitherider and Lee for help and advices
This is a new mesh, and means that it's a brand new self contained object that usually does not require a specific Expansion pack (although this is possible depending on the type). It may have Recolours hosted on MTS - check below for more information.#0 MadScienceWrappers->read_UL4(Resource id #26) called at [/home/mts/db/classes/MadScienceWrappers.php:516] #1 MadScienceWrappers->readDword() called at [/home/mts/db/classes/games/TS3/CASP.php:29] #2 CASP->load(Resource id #26) called at [/home/mts/db/classes/games/TS3/CASP.php:17] #3 CASP->__construct(Resource id #26) called at [/home/mts/db/classes/games/TS3/extractData.php:94] #4 include(/home/mts/db/classes/games/TS3/extractData.php) called at [/home/mts/db/classes/PackageClass.php:365] #5 Package->load() called at [/home/mts/db/classes/MadScienceWrappers.php:67] #6 MadScienceWrappers->loadFilename(/ramdisk/1083577/Maylin_Medieval Female Hat_160410.package) called at [/home/mts/include/processArchive.php:1188] #7 processArchive(/bigdisk/filestore/chii/attachments/3/2/3/1/8/3/1083577.attach, Maylin_Medieval Female Hat_160410.rar, ) called at [/home/mts/db/.scripts/storemetadata.php:45]
Maylin_Medieval Female Hat_160410.rar
Size: 2.07 MB · Downloads: 6,042 · 16th Apr 2010
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