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Tight V-Neck Tees & "Untucked" Baggy Jeans and Sweatpants

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Uploaded: 7th Nov 2008 at 12:17 AM
Updated: 13th Mar 2009 at 10:46 PM
Here are some comfy jeans, sweatpants, and v-neck tees for guys. Yeah yeah, they're similar to some previous uploads... but I suddenly felt like making one very specific outfit for a sim and then recolours beckoned. Anyway, I like how they turned out. Maybe some of you will like 'em too.

Technical Details:
  • V-Neck Tees use a Maxis basegame mesh. No mesh or EPs needed! They must be paired with these special pants (or these or most other "untucked" or "untuckable" pants by other creators) to look untucked like in the pics. Otherwise they'll look... tucked. Crew-neck versions available here.

  • Baggy Jeans & Sweatpants use a new mesh with proper fat morph. They must be paired with special long tight tops like these v-necks (or these other tops, or most other "untucked" or "untuckable" tops by other creators) to work properly. Pairing these pants with shorter tops will look silly. The mesh can of course be used to make normal "tucked" pants, but none are included here. Please see the terms on my profile page if you'd like to recolour.

All files compressed with jfade's Compressorizer to reduce filesize. Thanks jfade!

All tops and pants can also be worn by Young Adults.

Please Note: Your game's Sim/Object Detail setting should be on high to view this mesh correctly. Using low detail will cause a little gap in the waistline, and overall fugliness in the rest of your game.

Polygon Counts:
- Pants mesh has 886 polys.... and a proper fat morph, fyi.
- Tops are a Maxis recolour.

Additional Credits:
Big thanks to Wes, Tig, HP, Inge, and the creators of SimPE & Milkshape for various tools and tutorials. And thanks to Delphy and everyone else who makes MTS2 the awesome place it is.