The most important...In all truth, I think there is one rule that is the most important in this community that is always under question and I see it being ignored quite a bit.More Like This
So here's some stuff:
NO ONE is allowed to SELL or gain ANY form of profit from my parts, or ANY MMD PART!
Here is why- > http://mmdfakewings18.deviantart.com/art/MikuMiku-Dance-info-Pt-1-COMMISSIONS-391007401
May sound harsh but that's the rule's, not just for my stuff but the rules of every model in MMD.
I'm only charging for time and the work it takes me.
That is the absolute worst thing you could say! D= It's like throwing trash right in the model makers face!
"Sure they took hours of their time and made this, and are sharing it for free, But I'm taking my own time to edit it and I want to get paid for it." Doesn't that sounds super silly and a little mean? : S after all, it takes MUCH longer to model, texture, rig, weight, adjust, and share that model you to
Converting Sims2 and Sims3 to MMD - A rough guide.Here's short instructions on how I figured out to do this today. I knew how to get the textures but had no idea how to get the mesh, so yh.More Like This
I just got "SimPE" the sims2 package editor.
Then I opened the ".package" file downloaded from a sims2 site.
------Getting the 3D body---------
To extract the 3d body you need to use a sim2 package with a mesh file in it.
Click on the list of files that says GMDC, and on the lower left check all the parts in that box that says "Generic Rcol Editor"
Click on preview to see a small image of what it looks like.
Then click "Export" and use DirectX Exporter. Then import the x file into PMDeditor. I think you need to scale it "x10" to see it, not sure though. But yeah. Then you just need to assign the materials.
Open the package containing the textures you want.
Scroll down on the left and select "Texture Image"
Export all the im
Welcome to the world of 3D!Edit: Added some more screenshot to help people understand the DesignDoll interface better.More Like This
I'm thinking of removing some of the older Japanese programs from the list. They were already pretty outdated when I created this list in 2010.
Program title (in bold)
Website for download
Model file type
other helpful links such as model data websites
Program list (Use control F to skip to your desired program.)
1a. Miku Miku Dance
6f. PMD Editor
7g. VMD View
8h. MM Viewer
Description: Play with preset 3D configuration sliders to create your own character pose references.
Character creation menu. (Note: you can make more adjustments with the magnifying glass icon.)
Hand posing options menu (There a