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Oily skin for dummies


Best Answer XcOm04au , 13 January 2017 - 06:03 PM

USE BELOW GUIDE TO SET NIFSKOPE

 

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After downloading "Equipable Wet Female Body Textures" and installinf NifScope open Nifscope.
Click on File --> Load...
Chosse path Steam\SteamApps\common\Skyrim\Data\meshes\actors\character\character assets
and choose femalebody_1.nif (before changing it i recoomend to make a copy)

Click on:
NiNode>NiTriShape>BSLightingShaderProperty

then look at the Block Details
scroll down till you find Glossiness and Specular Strenght

Now u need to change the values
Glossiness -> 600.0000 (I recommend 600-1000)
Specular Strenght -> 6.0000 (I recommend 6-9....1000 much fun try it out :P)

Now Save the file with save as button with the name: femalebody_1.nif and put it into the folder
"Steam\SteamApps\common\Skyrim\Data\meshes\actors\character\character assets"

 

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Below  Guide to set the ENB options

 

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options

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Hi all,

 

I have tried to follow how to make oily skin for my character but it seems I am getting very frustrated as I cant get it to work.

 

It looks so simple but I'm having trouble.

 

I downloaded nifskope

 

can someone please explain step by step how to successfully install oily skin and make it work. keep in mind I have already downloaded and successfully installed ENB :)


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you want to do oily body with enb??

 

 

or with nifskope??


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the oily body I am thinking of is with nifscope...http://www.loverslab...guide-tutorial/ but for cbbe


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It is better to use a combination of ENB and Specular maps instead of editing Nif.
 
Editing Nif would mean having to edit each armor nif (with visible body).
 
The simplest solution is to make a backup of the Specular maps (femalebody_1_s.dds, femalehands_1_s.dds and femalehead_s.dds)
 
Then increase the brightness of Specular Maps and Finetuning in ENB.
Has the advantage, it always works (Naked and with every armor and especially with NPC heads)

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can I see something that makes it look like the nif in ENB?


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What I did:

 

-Edit glossyness and specular strength in nifskope

-turned up the brightness of the specular maps a bit, like mentioned above

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SpecularAmountMultiplierSunrise=4.0

SpecularAmountMultiplierSunset=4.0
SpecularPowerMultiplierSunrise=5.0
SpecularPowerMultiplierSunset=5.0
in the enbseries.ini

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What I did:

 

-Edit glossyness and specular strength in nifskope

-turned up the brightness of the specular maps a bit, like mentioned above

-Edit

SpecularAmountMultiplierSunrise=4.0

SpecularAmountMultiplierSunset=4.0
SpecularPowerMultiplierSunrise=5.0
SpecularPowerMultiplierSunset=5.0
in the enbseries.ini

 

 

yeah I am looking for a detailed explentation of the steps and ho to do each thing etc.


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What I did:

 

-Edit glossyness and specular strength in nifskope

-turned up the brightness of the specular maps a bit, like mentioned above

-Edit

SpecularAmountMultiplierSunrise=4.0

SpecularAmountMultiplierSunset=4.0
SpecularPowerMultiplierSunrise=5.0
SpecularPowerMultiplierSunset=5.0
in the enbseries.ini

 

 

yeah I am looking for a detailed explentation of the steps and ho to do each thing etc.

 

Nifskope edits:

Open up your femalebody_0 and _1 one after another.

Click the body.

Expand the NiTriShape in the list on the left.

Click BSLightingShaderProperty.

In the lower list you'll find "Glossyness" and "Specular Strength"

Edit these to your liking and save each _0 and _1.

 

The other 2 steps are either easily googleable or self-explanatory.


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Hey thanks I will give that a go...when I get home from work :)


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USE BELOW GUIDE TO SET NIFSKOPE

 

--------------------------------------------------------

 

After downloading "Equipable Wet Female Body Textures" and installinf NifScope open Nifscope.
Click on File --> Load...
Chosse path Steam\SteamApps\common\Skyrim\Data\meshes\actors\character\character assets
and choose femalebody_1.nif (before changing it i recoomend to make a copy)

Click on:
NiNode>NiTriShape>BSLightingShaderProperty

then look at the Block Details
scroll down till you find Glossiness and Specular Strenght

Now u need to change the values
Glossiness -> 600.0000 (I recommend 600-1000)
Specular Strenght -> 6.0000 (I recommend 6-9....1000 much fun try it out :P)

Now Save the file with save as button with the name: femalebody_1.nif and put it into the folder
"Steam\SteamApps\common\Skyrim\Data\meshes\actors\character\character assets"

 

-

 

 

Below  Guide to set the ENB options

 

--------------------------------------------------------

 

 

 

 

options


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