I remember once trying it out and it went kinda wrong...
But I really feel like trying it again
Since I'll need this kind of knowledge for my course of study later, I thought "why not start early in this field and combine it with something I love" and to be honest I am really keen to learn meshing and mapping. I think when you know how to do it, it's actually fun!
Though I need a little help for the beginning.
Does anyone maybe know some good tutorials for beginners that covers the basics and which isn't that outdated?
Or would a mesher here be so kind and maybe share his/her tutorial or guide which he/she used when starting with meshing?
I personally vote no; the current gen chat feels like a ghost town half the time, i'm not sure creating a second would help.
Full agreement with all that Eowyn said- I can see the appeal and understand the reason behind a second gen, but I think it would cause more problems than it would solve. If people want to talk specifically about their Sims/Equus game we have many channels already set up for specific topics (#arabian-horses, #builders, #cc-finds, to name a few) and I don't see any reason to split gen over it.
Most Recently Released Cat markings
Cat Nose Detail
Cat Ears Detail & Recolor
Tabby Shaders and Texture
This Marking is for the nose, However, I'm still making adjustments, so watch for updates. it allows you to be able to recolor the nose and add a shadow detail.
This is two markings, one that allows you to recolor the ear and the other that allows you to place details on the ear. The recolor renders weirdly on the cats, and may not show as the color you want, you will have to place make many adjustments.
Here we have Tabby Texture and Tabby Shader. There are two versions for Tabby Shader-- One Channel and Two Channel. Important to know, that Tabby Texture is a finicky marking and consider it a trail or beta marking as I try to figure out better ways of rendering the tabbies coat with its agouti hairs all over the place. It shows best at 50% or lower opacity. (which annoys me but I'm trying to figure it out) it's a 4 channel marking.
DownloadEar-Recolor Download - Ear-Detail DownloadTabby Shader 1 - Tabby Shader 2 - Tabby Texture
What to Expect Next
Toe Detail - This marking will better define the cat's toes and paws, it's optional marking but for some cats, especially white ones, the paws become kind of solid.
Whisker pads - a marking to make the whisker pads already on the EA cats more defined and darker.
Tabby Bars and Feet - This will be a marking to make the tabby legs for cats like Ticked Tabby or Tabby Points. As well as some markings to darken the back of the cats feet.
Paw Pad Recolor - a marking that will allow you to recolor the paw pads.
Spayed or Neutered Tatto for the inner ear
Birtchtown Annual Horse Show
09.25-09.27.2017 11:59 PM EST
Judged by Kaitlyn Waterfield
All entry fees must be paid in full to the Kaitlyn Waterfield account on the main site for your entry to be processed.
The system does not accept punctuation in payments at this time. If you put, for example, $50.00 when you send payment, you will be sending $5,000! Just type in $50 with no decimal places. Please pay once for your entire entry, not per horse!
Payments must be made by the same member who entered the horse.
Horses may not be cross-entered in different levels at the same show.
Riders may compete up to two horses in each class.
Horses must be registered with the appropriate discipline to be eligible to compete.
Member can enter up to 5 horses per level with 30 horses total.
If there are more than 14 participants in one class, it will be split. Classes with fewer than 10 participants will have phantom horses added to meet the minimum requirement.
Go to the SHOW JUMPING Leaderboard to check your horse's current level. Horses may enter below their level but those entered above will be disqualified and entry fee confiscated.
Error change requests/discipline declarations are not guaranteed to be completed by end of show, especially those submitted on its final day.
Undeclared horses will be disqualified and entry fee confiscated.
Duplicate entries will result in a DQ and will not be refunded. If the same horse is entered by multiple members, only first entry is taken into account and any following entries will be disqualified.
Classes & Fees
PUDDLE (1): $75 entry fee
HOPEFUL (2): $150 entry fee
BEGINNER (3): $225 entry fee
AMATEUR (4): $300 entry fee
TRAINING (5): $375 entry fee
PRELIMINARY (6): $450 entry fee
CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE SHOW Raw entry list
Questions, comments, and entry corrections should be posted as replies to this thread.
So here's a quick summary of my queries regarding a reclaims system moving forward into 3.0. It's a two pronged question so I'm separating it:
A ) When it comes to the move between 2.5 and 3.0, will there be an opportunity to reclaim horses from members not continuing on the new system like there was between 2.0 and 2.5?
A lot of horses could be potentially lost in this move, and given all horses (from my understanding) will need reregistering, is there no way for simple reclaims to be instated here to help reduce loss of stock for breeders? Horses not moving from 2.5 to 3.0 because of inactive members would literally just disappear at this point and not be registered otherwise.
B ) I'd love to hear more about how leases work in 3.0. I appreciate the need for a safer, more streamlined system for staff and members with regards to reclaiming horses from inactive members, but I do have a few queries, especially in regards to concerns about:
Official ownership / control over the horse: is this like a 'soft buy' option, who retains actual ownership of the horse
If there isn't an immediate payment for the horse, is it an ongoing fee? Is that how all horse sales will work? (Potentially good and bad, in that it removes the pressure of immediate outlay on say new members, but also takes a lot of the fun out of things like auctions. Also could be abused by owners increasing lease fees.)
Selling said horse: who could do it, who gets the profits?
Potential abuses of the system (eg where an owner takes horses off a leaser because they had an argument, but the leaser had kept them active and paid for the horse)
A lease system sounds like a lot of the power would be in the breeder/owner's hands, which seems unbalanced. At the moment, all of the power is in the buyer's hands, but a 90/10 split I think is all most breeders are looking for (ie. only have the right to return a horse from someone who is no longer on the site).
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