Skyrim Special Edition

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  1. DiogoDX
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    Any chance for a version with makeup only?
    1. Shiva182
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      And remove what?
      If you want HQ Makeup I have another mod with HQ Facetints
    2. DiogoDX
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      I want the lip, eye and cheek makeup to remain for the npcs and remove only the dirt and warpaint.
    3. Keresthus
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      I came to the comments to ask for a version that only removes makeup lol
    4. Shiva182
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      Both of you can just install the tintmasks I used for this, they're in the download tab. Install those and remove what you want to have vanilla or install better tintmasks (recommended) and then export FaceGen for the humanoid NPCs (not children).
      A good idea is to use SSE CreationKit Fixes to disable FaceGeom export (DisableExportNIF=true) and you can also get the Tintmasks in 1K
    5. DiogoDX
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      Thanks. Tested here in a mod and seems to do the trick.
    6. disitinerant
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      Keresthus if you want to add the dirt back, you can use Dirt and Blood Dynamic Visual Effects. It adds dirt to NPCs that should have it, like miners, beggars, bandits, etc.
    7. Keresthus
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      Thank you for the instructions, Shiva182, and thank you for the recommendation disitinerant!
  2. krb243
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    vortex indicates that cutting room master file must be installed for this mod.  if that's not the case, how do i fix that since i don't use cutting room floor?  if your mod requires cutting room floor, please indicate that in the description.  thanks

    i should have denoted that the bsa version required cutting room floor (both esp and espfe versions), not the loose files.
    1. Shiva182
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      That is a mistake which I'll fix

      Edit: New versions are uploaded
  3. XanderVirtus
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    Thanks for adding the tintmasks too, I'd love to combine this with High Poly Expressive NPCs. Wish there was an easier way then creationkit CTRL-F4...
    1. Shiva182
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      If the author doesn't change skintone then you can use these Facetints. You can always install and then see if you notice a neckseam on anyone and just export a new FaceTint for that NPC
    2. XanderVirtus
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      I'll try, thanks!
    3. XanderVirtus
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      Hi Shiva, I was thinking about this and had a question, I was hoping you know the answer. Am I correct in this:
      Facegen consists of meshes (facegeom) and textures (facetint). When the appearance of the NPC is changed, new facegen needs to be created or you get the dark face bug. Now is it true that mods like High Poly Head, Niroku's Expressive Facegen Morphs and Ruhadre's SUEMR eye apply to the facegeom part and a mod like this applies to the facetint part of the facegen? And that as long as the facegen matches the NPC's appearance records you can see in SSEEdit everything should work? 
    4. Shiva182
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      Yes, correct.
      FaceGeoms are what makes the black face bug... All those mods you mentions are only meshes changes
      FaceTints are a lot more lenient, the only thing that will get noticed is the difference in skintone, for example if you want Saadia to have Mjoll's FaceTint, you'll get a neckseam because of the difference in skintone.
    5. XanderVirtus
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      Thank you!
  4. AnvilOfWar
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    Love this, I don't usually go overboard changing the NPCs but for me some of them are just far too dirty and overdone in the base game.

    I added a before and after of Faendal since he's one of my favorite early game followers. The guy lives in a village with a river right next too it, I'm sure he bathes but Bethesda covered him in dirt on top of the already "well worn" face he otherwise has. Pretty marked difference for certain.
  5. RainstormWander
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    Oh my gosh, thank you, I've wanted a mod like this for so long. Much appreciate it.
  6. syllisjehane
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    Thank you so much for this!
  7. MakizushiSama
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    Looks cool, I think ill try this out in my game even though Aela looks disturbing without her warpaint lmao 
    1. Shiva182
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      You can download the Warpaint only, so Aela will have her Warpaint
  8. rinabean
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    Thanks for this! I did this for myself last week, but I think I missed some of the makeup tint masks, because a few NPCs still have some makeup. I think maybe some of the female NPCs use the male eyeliner or something? Your files are really helpful. Thank you!
    1. Shiva182
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      You're welcome :)