Developed Pectoral Muscles Morph for Male Nude Top (Part 6) - Tight Shiny Leather Outfit

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Uploaded: 13th Jan 2022 at 10:52 PM
Updated: 21st Jan 2022 at 12:43 AM
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Hello Everyone! Hope everyone is doing well!

This upload is a modification of the Rock Star outfit from the Music career, now with MOAR pecs, of course!

The difference should be a bit more obvious this time!

This is a continuation of the Developed Pectoral Muscles Morph Series(?) for Male Nude Tops/Outfits.

The purpose of this outfit is to maintain the continuity of the morph. Now, when your fit/muscular Sims wear this open shirt, they will retain the results of their hard work from the gym!

Both, a default replacement version and a non-default replacement version are available.

If you're wondering why the vest looks a bit odd, it's because of it's geometry (vertices/faces), as seen in Milkshape. The vest and nude part are basically one part instead of two layers (vest over nude top).

Just like my previous uploads, the nude part of the morph is based on alex_stanton1983's original male nude top mesh morph so please check it out, available at TSR:

Important note (or disclaimer?): alex's last post was in 2011 according to his profile, so I hope he doesn't mind me using his mesh morph as reference. Credit goes to him!

CASTable, available under Everyday and Career and is hidden in CAS (as originally set by EA).

This was done using TSRWorkshop, S3OC and S3PE.

Polygon count:

LOD1 (High): 2940 vertices and 1,416 faces
LOD2 (Medium): 1681 vertices and 702 faces
LOD3 (Low): 1054 vertices and 346 faces

Tutorial on how to check poly-count in TSRW, for reference:

I have tested it in my game and it seems to work fine for now (see photos above). However, please feel free to test it out in yours and provide any feedback. Kindly note I'm still not an expert in meshing/morphing; still learning and getting the hang of it...

alex_stanton1983's for his original morph at TSR
TSR for TSRWorkshop
The creators of S3OC and S3PE.
This tutorial by Lyrale:
This thread by alvalcaste:

And last but not least, enjoy! Share with permission first! And credits too! Feel free to give me feedback in the proper section, for any feedback is appreciated!