What a Feeling!
I love love love love love dancing to 80s music, and I oftentimes end up rockin' a croptop when I go out dancing, so I decided to make a new mesh for myself. I'm quite happy with the way it turned out, considering it's my first super-complicated meshing attempt.
This cropped t-shirt has 9 different designs with varying recolorable channels as follows:
- 1 recolorable channel: blank tee (no design), D.A.R.E. t-shirt, RUN DMC, Ramones, and the t-shirt that Michael Jackson wore in the video for "Beat It" (it's the piano t-shirt)
- 2 recolorable channels: Blondie t-shirt (the same design from the "Lollipop" music video, k-pop fans), David Bowie's Aladdin Sane cover art (requested by gelydh)
- 3 recolorable channels: MTV logo shirt (so the "M" can be patterned in different ways), a plain colorblock t-shirt with 3 areas
YA/A Females, Everyday, Athletic, and Sleepwear. It has all the morphs except pregnant (WHY???). It's also valid for random because I thought it would be amusing.
The bare shoulder has a tiny gap that is visible from some certain angles.
There are a few skintone seams, most notably at the waist and the shoulders.
Some areas of the mesh have weird lighting in CAS. However in game, these areas look normal.
There is a clipping issue with the hanging sleeve on the fat morph. Honestly though, I've been working on this mesh so long that at this point I'm going to assume that anyone who puts this on a maxed-out fat slider sim isn't overly concerned with aesthetics.
I could never have made this without tons of lurking in help threads or the tools released by the free community. So, a big thanks to CMar, Bloom, Delphy, and Wes Howe. You people are all awesome.