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Mad Poster
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#1 Old 27th Nov 2022 at 4:34 PM
Default Sleeve Textures
I'm trying to make a replica of this gown.



I originally had no texture on the sleeves, but revisiting it I thought it looked a bit too bland, but trying to put texture on them is making it look lined as I didn't have enough of the texture and had to copy/paste multiple pieces of it.

It's annoying me, so I decided to get opinions. Which sleeves look better and do the lines show up too much on the textured sleeves?
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#2 Old 28th Nov 2022 at 11:10 PM
I think this looks nice. Perhaps some in game images might show the dress better but the line I can see is on the rear left sleeve(pic labeled newsleeves). If the front and back view sleeves are different types you should post pics of both so a better evaluation can be given. Also noticed for some strange reason this dress has a curtain-y sort of appearance p.
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#3 Old 29th Nov 2022 at 9:02 AM
Hello. Yes, I noticed the lines on the sleeves. It looks like drape folds and this is not that bad.

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#4 Old 29th Nov 2022 at 9:40 AM
Since sims don't live in T pose in game, perhaps give it a look during game play? The textures on the sleeve are going to look very different once in game.
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