Last updated on October 19th, 2021 at 11:01 pm
Current version: 1.3.2
It’s a modular mashup containing parts from the Leather armor and the Robot armor (Automatron DLC). You can craft it at the chemistry station and modify it at the armor workbench. There are two versions craftable, the regular and the “Alternate” version.
(with integrated body and trousers option; uses “33 – BODY” slot)
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To start off with, I generally have nothing against the upcoming collections feature which can be quite handy when you make a fresh start. That the Nexus is holding a gun to authors’ heads is the only thing that bothers me. If the mod authors don’t comply with the recent changes of Nexus rules they have a grace period to remove all their files using a certain form. After 5 August, it’s no longer possible for mod authors to delete the mods by themselves and the files are archived instead. According to the claims of Nexus staff the archiving process … Read more
Last updated on July 14th, 2021 at 07:26 pm
A mix between the march 2021 approach and the second version of his november 2020 style
My character Sam was a human once. As he advanced in the Institute quest line, his longing to become a Synth grew. One day, his wish came true.
It all began with “iSynth 2.5 – Android Customization”. But I wasn’t satisfied with his look, still too much flesh.
So I modified the textures of the mod and it was not the last time I modified … Read more
Last updated on June 2nd, 2021 at 11:02 pm
I want to give the default Oblivion body and head a second life, freeing them from their ugly existence. My plan is to rework all head and body textures and meshes of all races and the default equipment eliminating the dreaded neck seam. This project is a spin-off from my long-term project Abyss Demon. The final mod will be needed for the seamless Vanilla version of the race.
You can find more recent information on the project’s progress in the user images section of my Nexusmods profile
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Last updated on December 23rd, 2019 at 10:18 pm
Some days ago, I have resumed work on the demonic race and quest mod. The body and head textures and meshes have been untouched for a very long time. Then, recently, I learned of a method to mend the seam between the head and the body: the Seam Mender script which is included in Room207’s Blender Portable Version. It took me several attempts to find out the right settings and tweaking the head and body textures to match the adjusted meshes was a lot trial and error. The seamless … Read more