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#1 arv9876

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Posted 07 December 2013 - 10:04 AM

Hi,

when i select some of the dresses or characters in moviestorm, sometimes it appears with some jewellery, nail polish colors and some special getup. now when i change the dress, the jewellery,nail polish and other accessories disappear. anyone knows how to keep this constant? for example, in a movie if i want character to change to different dress but keeping the same jewellery and makeup intact, how can i do it? it looks very inconsistent,when the jewellery or some makeup which is not changed often like nails color etc, is gone just by making character to change a different dress.

another help i need is
I found this sketchup model created by someone and i was trying to import into moviestorm but it failed.
http://sketchup.goog...84751667897fe9d

If i create something in sketchup and want it to appear as accessories in moviestorm which can be used with characters, how should i do import?

any modders who can help to create a mod for link below of bin.png file in such a way that it can be used with characters on forehead?

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#2 arv9876

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Posted 07 December 2013 - 10:06 AM

see the attached files.

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#3 mystery_egypt

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Posted 07 December 2013 - 01:09 PM

Unfortunately the accessories are part of the costumes, so that you can't keep the nail polish, jewelry etc. across costumes.

If you'd like to create an accessory, you need to export it in CAL format. Milkshape3D is said to be the cheapest possibility for importing an .obj file from Sketchup and then exporting into CAL.
Also check the video tutorial "Advanced Modding 5 - Accessories" here:
http://www.moviestor...odding/modding3

#4 arv9876

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Posted 09 December 2013 - 02:06 AM

QUOTE (mystery_egypt @ Dec 7 2013, 1:09 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Unfortunately the accessories are part of the costumes, so that you can't keep the nail polish, jewelry etc. across costumes.

If you'd like to create an accessory, you need to export it in CAL format. Milkshape3D is said to be the cheapest possibility for importing an .obj file from Sketchup and then exporting into CAL.
Also check the video tutorial "Advanced Modding 5 - Accessories" here:
http://www.moviestor...odding/modding3

It is a software defect I believe if accessories are made part of costume,I hope moviestorm release accessories content pack soon.


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