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Body Shop Recoloring Tutorials by Category

Introduction | FAQ | Clothing | Hair | Eyes | Eyebrows & Eyelashes | Makeup | Accessories | Piercings | Skintones and Simming


Contents

Overview

All Body Shop projects follow the same basic rules: you use your texture as "paint" and your alpha tells it how much of that "paint" to apply in those areas. Makeup, like skins, are some of the hardest Body Shop projects to make, simply because there is no one way to do them. It's just a matter of messing with things till you get something you like, and examining existing custom items that you like, to see how they created a certain effect.

What you will need

General Tips and Tricks

  • Tutorials:How to make a sim's face using source pics - If you would like to start with pictures or photoskin your makeup, the techniques used here are the same as makeup... just doing the whole face here rather than just the lips. Check the Pre-FAQ section at the end of the tutorial for tips on making a perfect alpha for your new makeup.

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Tutorials by Category

Body Shop: Recolouring | Meshing | Modding | Sims  Objects: Object Creation | Recolouring  Other: Building | Walls & Floors | Careers & Majors | Hacks and Game Mods

Body Shop Recoloring Tutorials by Category

Introduction | FAQ | Clothing | Hair | Eyes | Eyebrows & Eyelashes | Makeup | Accessories | Piercings | Skintones and Simming