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GLS Retro Dress for Adults

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Uploaded: 10th Sep 2006 at 2:49 PM
Updated: 20th Apr 2009 at 10:46 AM - Removing old TOU
I thought it was stupid that the cute little retro glamour life dress was only for teens, didn't you? Well, unlike you, I went and converted it. Aren't I spiffy?

Compatability (MUST READ!): This mesh does NOT require Glamour Life Stuff (couldn't have made it require it if I'd wanted to due to how custom body meshes work). I've also had a few testers run this through earlier games and it does appear, despite several hundred 4th bone assignments, that this will work in most any game configuration, including base game or base + University. Please let me know if you have any issues, and if so, what EPs you have installed. There may be -very- slight animation issues with the hands when they approach the waist due to the bone assignments but it does not appear to effect gameplay in any way.

2722 polygons, 2236 vertices. It does have a fat (Maxis chubbyish) morph, but no pregnant. Made with Milkshape + Unimesh and I didn't run it through the .smd convert so it doesn't have bump maps. Most recolourers just screw 'em up anyway, I can't view 'em, didn't bother.

The three recolours pictured are included (Maxis originals).

Thanks to:
  • Tiggerypum, for telling me how to fix the asploding fat morph problem before I ever even had it.
  • Wes_h, for the Unimesh plugins for Milkshape, used in the creation of this mesh.
  • Dr Pixel, for all kinds of various bits of useful meshing info that have helped me along the way.
  • daysies, for being spiffy and cute, and for her kindness to llamas everywhere.
  • Everyone who has contributed to the creation and development of SimPE.
  • MTS2, the rest of the staff, and Delphy, for creating a such a fantastic place to learn and share information, so I could figure out how to do cool stuff like this.