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Low Polygon Hair Texturing
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AuthorBen Mathis


Contents

Overview

This tutorial is not specific to The Sims 2, but does show a very simple handpainting technique, meant for low-poly 3D models (similar to Sims 2). Though this is a handpainting technique, it could be done with some patience using a mouse for simple, straight styles.

What you will need

Tutorial Link

RightArrow.gif Low Polygon Hair Texturing

Prerequisites

This tutorial is not specifically for Sims 2 and is just about the texturing itself, nothing else. It is not a beginner's tutorial. If you have never done hair before, you really should start with clothing.

For a basic explanation of how to recolour hair including sorting out the different files, you'll need a more basic, Sims 2 specific tutorial.

Followups

For more techniques and tricks for creating hair textures, we have links to other tutorials available.

Credit

Originally written by Ben Mathis

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Tutorials by Category

Body Shop: Recolouring | Meshing | Modding | Sims  Objects: Object Creation | Recolouring  Other: Building | Walls & Floors | Careers & Majors | Hacks and Game Mods

Body Shop Recoloring Tutorials by Category

Introduction | FAQ | Clothing | Hair | Eyes | Eyebrows & Eyelashes | Makeup | Accessories | Piercings | Skintones and Simming