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Work Studios v2 (shadow striping fixed) v2


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Work Studios is an excellent space in which to test body and outfit modifications. It is simply a set of 3 rooms composed of nothing but solid 100% white, 100% black or 100% blue color.

 

I'm not entirely sure that it works for everyone as expected, so lemme know if anything is busted.

 

v2 shadow striping fixed:

The shadow striping was as bad as it could ever get. I changed the setting that would fix it to a pretty high value for the setting. In these spaces, I would not expect this to cause other problems. (tech talk: increased ShadowDepthBias on the shadowcasting light from the default of ONE. Why the hell would they do that? It's now set to 32.)

Here's the readme:

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Work Studios

by Monsto Brukes (original credit to KahjiitRaj)

 

Work Studios is an excellent space in which to test body and outfit modifications. It is simply a set of 3 rooms composed of nothing but solid 100% white, 100% black or 100% blue color.

 

To access the rooms:

  1. go to console
  2. type coc studiowhite

…or black, or blue.

 

They are small spaces if you look at them in the editor, but are built to appear endless. This is accomplished with a cube of collision walls placed well inside of a cube of textured walls. Therefore, whatever you put in here appears to be suspended in space.

 

The lighting is generic. Bright white upper light from the southeast, a warmer off-white fill light from the southwest, and a dim midnight blue light from the north. The consistency of the lighting could not really be maintained with a larger space.

 

The space will load the body and outfit assets, the textures for the wall and unless you have some other mods installed, that will be it. There’s no connection to the outside world and consequently none of it’s baggage. Therefore, the rooms re/load very fast. On a modern rig, you may not even get the loading screen.

 

studioblue uses the typical bluescreen color of blue so that an alternate background can be put in place if you so desire. If after effects are your thing, this is a good place to start. If you just want to show off or demo an outfit, these spaces are ideal for just such a thing.

 

Work Studios is based off of Review Studio, thanks KahjiitRaj. http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/11792/?

I had been using it dutifully for “a while” and it had served me well thru several demo videos. The only things from the original that remain in this mod are the blue and white wall and the spirit of that mod.


What's New in Version v2

Released

  • v2: increased ShadowDepthBias on the shadowcasting light from the default of ONE. Why the hell would they do that?



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