Bongo's CAP Sliders -- Size Slider Update 7/1! Jun 23, 2012 20:55:32 GMT -5
Post by Nathan Hayes on Jun 23, 2012 20:55:32 GMT -5
Tons of thanks to this awesome tutorial by Cmar.
A slider to scale the entire horse, from about 20.2 hands to 60cm. The full range of the slider is demonstrated in the previews below (chestnut is EA default size). It appears in the body category.
ISSUES: While this slider has undergone EXTENSIVE testing, there are still many clipping and animation problems. Very small ponies sink into the ground and fly into the air during animations, interactions are often off (nursing foals, drinking, eating, etc) and sims should not ride ponies under ~11 hands, as they start to resize along with the horse as they get smaller than that. I do NOT consider this a final release and may update it as needed, but for now I have fixed every issue that appears fixable. There IS a problem with the EA forward-flap jumping saddle, however the other saddles and EA (and most CC) tack will resize appropriately.
Updates will be posted in this thread as well as on my website. Please report any additional issues here or by contacting me at email@example.com. Please also note that some jointed CC may not be compatible with horses significantly larger or smaller than the EA default due to jointing issues. Poses do work, though some adjustment with an OMSP and/or the pose player add-on may be necessary.
**NOTE** Make sure to delete the beta testing version before adding this version to your packages folder. You shouldn't be able to place them in the same folder anyway since they have the same name, but it's better to be safe than sorry.
FIXED: sims resizing on larger horses. PLEASE RE-DOWNLOAD if you intend to ride drafts.
PREVIEWS: sizes . horse vs foal . pony jumping . max height
~Adult sizes finished 6/29
-arabian upper neck curve
I do take requests, but please keep in mind that it may take awhile for me to get to your slider. Small progress updates will be posted above under the WIP header. While your feedback is greatly appreciated, please try to avoid alerting me to known issues (listed above). I am working on these already.