[LINGERIE] Stockings Black Fishnet Small

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<<Tip>>: the stockings come in 6 different variations. For a better overview you can make it changeable under the Material Tab instead of Clothes. Create therefore just one folder under ../v1/data/clothes/, name it for example stockings_fishnet and copy all files of one variation into it. Take for example stockings_fishnet_large as the main files. Rename them to stockings_fishnet and edit the .mhclo file to match the new names. E.g. rename stockings_fishnet_large.obj to stockings_fishnet.obj, rename stockings_fishnet_large.mhmat to stockings_fishnet.mhmat etc. Change the new names within the .mhclo files too. [IMPORTANT: DO NOT RENAME THE .PNG FILE, unless you're willing to edit its name within the .mhmat file too] Create then a subfolder named “materials” and within it create 5 additional subfolders, named after your choice. For example: stockings_fishnet_medium, stockings_fishnet_small etc. Now copy only three files of each version, the .mhmat, the .thumb and the .png into the appropriate subfolder. For example copy stockings_fishnet_medium.mhmat, stockings_fishnet_medium.thumb and stockings_fishnet_medium.png into the stockings_fishnet_medium subfolder, delete the .mhclo and the .obj file. And now the important part, rename the .mhmat and the .thumb file to match the name in the main folder, so that the main .mhclo file could find it, in this case rename it to stockings_fishnet.mhmat and stockings_fishnet.thumb, again, leave the .png file (unless you're willing to edit it's name within the .mhmat file). Do the same procedure with all 5 subfolders and voila your 6 different stockings appear properly under the Material Tab as Stockings fishnet.<</Tip>>


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Generally nice, but uv layout

Generally nice, but uv layout could be improved. Real world stockings have one straight seam at the back of the leg if they have a seam at all. These stockings have visible seams at the front and the back of the leg. The seam at the back isn't a straight line.

RE: Generally nice, but uv layout

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Thank you for the advise Wolgade. I've completely overlooked that important detail. Luckily for all I'm not a stockings manufacturer in real life. But your and Loki's comments have motivated me to continue the improvement and to deliver better results. So let's wait for the errors of my next upload. :-)

I think that most of that

I think that most of that comes from your fill pattern being tiled a bit off,though a new uv layout would also help