Archive for July, 2018
Now called 雛見沢. sue me.
I finally have fixed the elevator landing so it doesn’t drop you on the tennis court anymore, added automatic lighting on the upper floor of the school and manual lighting to the gymnasium.
Today I discovered a really odd bug with one of the Regina Corseted Suit textures, it might be due to a SecondLife server issue I’m not entirely sure.
This update uses a fresh, re-optimized set of specular maps for the Regina Corseted Suit. Bug fixed, and a lower memory footprint, yay 🙂
This is mostly a HUD update, if the corset still shows a weird “oil slick” patch in the back, just re-apply the new textures with the HUD!
Fixes an issue with some of the coloring HUD buttons loading the wrong color (purple<->pink).
That’s all 🙂
The KDC PowerTool is a simple script container/API I’ve been using for years for personal utility scripts.
Feel free to scream at me that the code is horrible, I rewrote it entirely saturday evening.
I’m so sorry for the silence of the past few days but I crammed an ungodly amount of work in very little time and I was too tired to post more progress reports.
They are unrigged, making them suitable for pretty much any avatar, mesh or non-mesh body, enjoy!
Unwrapping done, this is my first bake test on this project and it looks amazing 😀
I got everything laced up cleanly and optimized the hell out of it, that’s about 1200 triangles worth of lacing in the end. Unfortunately there is no way around this.
I’ve also started packing my UVs and went for an “optimized” solution for the lacing texture ( 32×32 pixels 😛 ).
I really hope it will look right in the end.
Pretty much. I also would like to take some time to figure out if there is any chance to simplify the model further. 4500 triangles is still an awful lot.
I blame all those curved texture seams!
The heavy summer rains have caused a dramatic elevation of the water level in Dead Realm, While most of the habitable areas have suffered minimal damage, the area surrounding the bay has been completely submerged.
Our experts have estimated that it will take at least a week for the excess water to drain. Please be careful until the situation resolves itself.
I was pretty much nodding off the entire evening yesterday so I pressed on until the main body was completely filled in.
I’m not sure if it looks any different from this angle…