Post by Nathan Hayes on Jun 23, 2012 21:55:33 GMT -5
Yay confidence! From the pictures it looked really good so far, but feel free to PM or email me if you need any troubleshooting help. Mine seems to keep wanting to go pony sized in both directions, so I've been fighting with the code parts with some success.
Post by Nathan Hayes on Jun 23, 2012 22:00:09 GMT -5
BAHAHAHA. So scaling the back joint DID work for the sim, no difference in the saddle (the cantle is still going all funky in both directions, I'm not sure how to fix that). Children would probably be stretched with this one (I didn't test with the other one yet), but adults would be able to ride ponies and have them look proper sized.
EDIT: Also, the clipping with the ground is worrying me since the horse stands level, but I'll look into it. Worst case, this is what OMSPs are made for!
Post by Gray Hampton on Jun 23, 2012 22:04:47 GMT -5
HAHA! Lol, it doesn't look that bad, besides the tiny lower leg a tiny bit but... Nothings perfect . He looks so big on that little pony. When I try this I'm going to make a tiny tiny pony and try to make someone ride it! XD. That will be messed up looking!
Post by Nathan Hayes on Jun 23, 2012 22:07:27 GMT -5
Right now this is the 0%/smallest end of my slider, but I was planning on making it even smaller on that end for super tiny minis (paired with some leg length sliders, I'm sure, which will screw with animations even more ), just need to get everything else working. Getting a picture of the bigger sizes in a second, you barely even notice that it's bigger unless I scale it to monster size or have "normal" next to it.
@ Nathan - I will reply back to you tomorrow for registering my ISHs I've been so busy with Sims3 Building and Other stuff with my LRA (Arabian one) and Equine-Ranch I haven't had time to get on my other slot to play to get the pics.