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About This File

  • This CC is offered completely free
  • You’re allowed to modify it in any way, shape or form imaginable; asking me for permission is not necessary
  • I don’t take requests nor commissions


UPDATE:
I made some changes to Stockings Set E01 in short I increased the garters size and tweaked the textures in hope of reducing pixelation. Sadly it still shows some artifacts, specially if you're not using the HD Mod, but at normal zoom isn't as blatant. THIS IS A REPLACEMENT you'll need to delete the original before installing the "FIXd" version or both will conflict.
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Details:

  • Base game compatible
  • For teen, young adult and adult femsims
  • Located in the Accessories category, legwear slot
  • Enabled for naked, everyday, sleepwear, formalwear, career, outwear and validformaternity
  • Disabled for random sims
  • E1 and E3 use 4 color channels, E2 and E4 use 3
  • Only available in .package format


Defects:

  • Pixelation and general ugliness the closer you look (specially on E1)
  • Dark and saturared colors will look flat
  • E4 was made for the Impossible Feet, that means that shoes made by EA and other creators will show some texture deformation around the ankle or worse
  • Stretching depending on yous sims' size and on animations (most from the game look fine, custom sex animations? not so much)


Notes:

  • Compatible with the EA's body, MedBod and any other custom mesh that follows the default UV coordinates (except E4)
  • E1 was made with Affinity Designer
  • E4 was made by painting directly over the mesh using Photoshop CC




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