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LooksMenu Nail Salon Overlays

 

Add nail polish to your female or male* character or any female NPC with LooksMenu Nail Salon Overlays!  Supports separate overlays for manicures and pedicures.  Mix and match colors.

 

*Note - Only EVB male body support for toe nails.  The vanilla feet textures for males are indecipherable as to where the toenail would be.  If you create a good looking vanilla male toenail mask - please PM me, I will include it and update mod!
 

 

*CBBE, EVB and Vanilla bodies supported - check file downloads for options* (file texture/material names in vanilla version named cbbe_)
**Compatible win Unique Player and Unique Companions**

 

Your choice of the 9 colors or a french manicure

 

To use:

  1. Open LooksMenu
  2. Edit Body
  3. Access Overlays
  4. R (or click) to Add
  5. Nail treatments and labeled for Hands or Feet and numbered 1 - 10. (see color palette for color numbers)

 

Color Palette:

  1. French
  2. Pumpkin
  3. Lilac
  4. Mint
  5. Baby Pink
  6. Hot Pink
  7. Crimson
  8. Royal Blue
  9. Teal
  10. Solar

 

Tinting in-game is not currently supported in body overlays, but if you would like to change any of the colors:  

  1. Get the loose files version (or extract texture BA2 archive)
  2. Expand the textures folder to:  ../data/textures/overlays/AWP3RATOR/
  3. Select a file set (cbbe_fnails_#_d.dds for fingers or cbbe_tnails_#_d.dds for toes).  The files are numbered and colors match for both fingers/toes.
  4. Open with Photoshop, GIMP, etc. and edit the color masks to your desire.  Note that the overlays appear much lighter in game.  Brighter colors tend to glow in the dark
  5. Save as the original file name to replace OR save as a new numbered name - and be sure update both the .json file and .txt translation files.  See kirsser143's guide for more instructions on adding new overlays.
  6.  

Special thanks to expired6978 for LooksMenu and krisser143 for the guide on creating this.


 

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I was looking at that.... Nexus asked too.  I can do black, but it won't have the glossy effect due to using a different kind of material file.  For whatever reason, the way LooksMenu applies overlays, it messes with the luminosity (and doesn't support alpha channel) so true black doesn't work with a BGSM - it shows up as very dark red instead..  I can do it with a BGEM - but no specular glossiness.

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