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@MTN4456 I'm just saying it's not right to sell someone else's creation. Those people are in the wrong too. And most of us don't have jobs, I've been modding games since 2013/14 and never needed support on anything.
IF you need support, I'd recommend just making a few 3d models yourself and port them, sell them, ect. Leave the game rips to public files people dont need to pay for.
For a rating on the mod, you can fix the hair issues by vertex painting to get rid of the sweat, and just change the material shader to ped_hair_cutout_alpha to enable alpha channels.
@MTN4456 "to keep modeling" you do understand that none of these were "modeled" by you. You're simply rigging them and materializing them for use in Grand Theft Auto V. As well as you don't "need" supporters at all. Other creators on this site have been doing the same as you, as well as more for a lot longer, without any support. Nothing you've uploaded takes much effort to port/make. So I don't see the purpose in having a patreon, especially with tiers such as "easy/medium/hard" models. You obviously don't NEED to delete or take down anything. I'm just saying in modding, the "modder" never should get the credit. In this case, behaviour interactive should have about 85% of the credit for this mod. And making money from their work is wrong, and probably against their terms.
@MTN4456 they're also in the wrong in the situation. They're profiting off a port that takes <20 minutes. Don't strive to be like someone else.
Also you have alpha channels disabled on the hair of nancy from the looks of it in the screenshots
@MTN4456 does the hair have sweat affects disabled?
Also not sure if you should be selling behavior's assets?
Looks cool, but should've been named Sherpa Jacket/Sherpa Leather jacket
@drockloch np, you should slide up to our discord. You make some fye mods, link on my page if you want
@drockloch good shit bro, if you want the hoodies to stop having a slight green tint, save em as png and import into openiv as a8r8 compression, or save directly as dds with a8r8 compression.
very cool, bogos look a lil big tho