Date: 2014-01-27 05:05 am (UTC)
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I found some interesting free 3d models that were on ShareCG by a member named rosemaryr. I hope posting the link here is okay so you can see them. I'm not sure if you may have seen them already though. They are highpoly but most hairs are too. I thought you might know of others that could "work" with them and maybe incorporate them into the game for us. I was waiting on Cynnix to provide her version of an accessory tutorial but she's gotten busy with RL again apparently.

The link: http://www.sharecg.com/pf/full_uploads.php?pf_user_name=rosemaryr&division_id=0&s=dd&pn=1&interstitial_displayed=Yes

I was able to resize them in Milkshape with a female body as reference. I'll send them in pics to you in PM via PBK if you want? It would be totally amazing if they could be made for TS2 use.
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