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Could you make my skinny jean a bit darker?
My skin has these weird/ugly pixels as if it's on a second layer or something - can you remove all of this "second layer" aspect of it please? (Except the hood, i like that. or maybe put the hood onto the one layer? idk how it works)
cuz the hair doesn’t seem to work with the cap
It looks better in my opinion
One layer skins are just so plain
I about had a heart attack when I saw this one.
Rest assured! This one WILL get done. It may take a tad bit though because there are 5 other requests at the moment
Was that a jo-
Thank you so much! I do not mind, take your time. It's enough that you just save me from the effort!
west cant log onto the forums atm and its been 24 hrs so please be patient and understanding. thanks!
Spoiler: My Grandpa's high-waisted jeans
Spoiler: The scarf knows how to expand, apparently.
I can finally log into forums again!
ty its amazing
You're welcome! Thanks for the compliment
Spoiler: Give the boy some hair dye!
Spoiler: Basically making a new skin
Thank you so much! I can see you're a talented skin maker, and I appreciate you taking my big request and doing it.
I'll be honest here- I'm not exactly sure how to make that better.
Spoiler: Dye those pretty jeans
Do it however you think will be good
Spoiler: Removing overlay
In my experience, overlay is used to create a sort of "3D" effect on certain things like clothes, hoodies, hair, and other things depending on what skin you're making. Sometimes, you can use overlay to smooth out curves in clothing or graphics on a shirt.
Spoiler: Overlay used for graphics
This is a recent request I did- here I used overlay to make the orange on their sweater more of a circle and less like a weird type of square.
Reading the description of the skin, the creator wishes for their work not to be copied (I would also assume they mean that they don't want people posting edits of it). Out of respect for the creator, I will not be doing this request (publicly at least).