FALLOUT 4
Bob Ross Happy Little Paintings by Jomla97
Fallout 4 » Models and Textures
Added: 19/11/2015 - 01:52AM
Updated: 25/11/2015 - 03:14PM

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Last updated at 15:14, 25 Nov 2015 Uploaded at 1:52, 19 Nov 2015

You ever feel like there ain't enough Bob Ross everywhere? Me too. This mod fixes that in Fallout 4 and adds a little more titanium hwite to the world. Bob Ross paintings for everyone!

This is a small mod containing eight textures that replaces four vanilla paintings available in the workshop (you can build them yourself!). These textures replaces the paintings with some of Bob Ross most beautiful work and they even include his signature in the bottom left corner of each painting!

Each painting has a pre-war and an after-war texture. The pre-war version being completely spotless and clean while the after-war versions are riddled with dirt and dust - however, not enough to ruin the beautiful landscapes created by Bob!

NOTE: I'm most likely going to have to wait until the G.E.C.K comes out for Fallout 4 until I can add these paintings as new ones instead of just texture-replacers. However, that's my goal. So it's coming!

Attention to users of SSEx:
It seems that this mod replaces some of the added items from that mod.
So I recommend picking between the two otherwise your workshop might start acting strangely.


Installation instructions:

Method 1:
1. Open up the Fallout4.ini located in C:\Users\<USERNAME>\Documents\my games\Fallout4 and make sure the line 'sResourceDataDirsFinal' includes 'TEXTURES\' (for example: sResourceDataDirsFinal=STRINGS\, TEXTURES\).
2. Open up the Fallout4Prefs.ini located in C:\Users\<USERNAME>\Documents\my games\Fallout4 and under the title '[Launcher]' add the line 'bEnableFileSelection=1' as stated in Gopher's 'Enabling Modding for PC' video.
3. Use the nexus mod manager to download and install the mod. If this fails, try the manual installation listed below instead.

Method 2 (manual installation):
1. Copy .zip contents into your data folder located in your steam folder (standard folder is located at C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout 4\)
2. Open up the Fallout4.ini located in C:\Users\<USERNAME>\Documents\my games\Fallout4 and make sure the line 'sResourceDataDirsFinal' includes 'TEXTURES\' (for example: sResourceDataDirsFinal=STRINGS\, TEXTURES\).
3. Open up the Fallout4Prefs.ini located in C:\Users\<USERNAME>\Documents\my games\Fallout4 and under the title '[Launcher]' add the line 'bEnableFileSelection=1' as stated in Gopher's 'Enabling Modding for PC' video.
4. Enjoy your Fallout 4 with a little more Bob!

Obviously to extract the contents of a .zip file you might need an application like WinRAR or 7zip.