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joeisawesome4life

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Here's the link to the mesh: https://drive.google...iew?usp=sharing

 

I been trying to figure out how to do this for years. I been trying to mod in this hat I created into elder scrolls oblivion (and also morrowind & skyrim) but i havent been able to find a good tutorial for how to do that anywhere.

 

Here's how it's supposed to fit. on a character's head (i was planning on using it on a high elf)

 

Could someone please mod it into the game for me? I been trying to figure out how to do it myself but i couldnt find a tutorial to. 

 

the 3d mesh is in an obj format. the texture is included too. 

 

 

3VMI2i4.png

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Edited by joeisawesome4life, 03 February 2022 - 09:45 PM.


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Hello,

 

No offense intended but your mesh was a bit messy, so I quickly remade and textured it.

 

As it was done quickly it just uses a black hood for the ground mesh. Also it's set to use a tail slot so your character gets to keep their hair.

 

It's not placed in the world so you'll have to use the console to add it to your character. The little readme will tell you the formID.

 

Here is an ingame screenshot:

Screen-Shot1.jpg

 

Here is the file: https://gofile.io/d/xdHfki

 

Hope you enjoy.

 



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THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH! :D :D :D 

you have no idea how long i was waiting to have this in the game! :D :D :D 

 

would be really awesome if you made a video tutorial on how you did this sometime if you ever felt like it :) no pressure or anything but just saying. and thank you! :D ♥ 

 

 

Hello,

 

No offense intended but your mesh was a bit messy, so I quickly remade and textured it.

 

As it was done quickly it just uses a black hood for the ground mesh. Also it's set to use a tail slot so your character gets to keep their hair.

 

It's not placed in the world so you'll have to use the console to add it to your character. The little readme will tell you the formID.

 

Here is an ingame screenshot:

Screen-Shot1.jpg

 

Here is the file: https://gofile.io/d/xdHfki

 

Hope you enjoy.

 



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UPDATE: I'm having a problem with the mod... im not sure if im installing it right but here's a video of what's going on:

the instructions say: In game open the console, and type 'player.additem XX000ed31 1' where XX = the plugins place in you load order.

it's the second on the list in mod manager, so am i supposed to type player.additem 02000ed31 1?

or am i doing it incorrectly? 

 

 

 

 

Here's the link to the mesh: https://drive.google...iew?usp=sharing

 

I been trying to figure out how to do this for years. I been trying to mod in this hat I created into elder scrolls oblivion (and also morrowind & skyrim) but i havent been able to find a good tutorial for how to do that anywhere.

 

Here's how it's supposed to fit. on a character's head (i was planning on using it on a high elf)

 

Could someone please mod it into the game for me? I been trying to figure out how to do it myself but i couldnt find a tutorial to. 

 

the 3d mesh is in an obj format. the texture is included too. 

 

 

3VMI2i4.png



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Here's the link to the mesh: https://drive.google...iew?usp=sharing

 

I been trying to figure out how to do this for years. I been trying to mod in this hat I created into elder scrolls oblivion (and also morrowind & skyrim) but i havent been able to find a good tutorial for how to do that anywhere.

 

Here's how it's supposed to fit. on a character's head (i was planning on using it on a high elf)

 

Could someone please mod it into the game for me? I been trying to figure out how to do it myself but i couldnt find a tutorial to. 

 

the 3d mesh is in an obj format. the texture is included too. 

 

 

3VMI2i4.png

 

 

THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH! :D :D :D 

you have no idea how long i was waiting to have this in the game! :D :D :D 

 

would be really awesome if you made a video tutorial on how you did this sometime if you ever felt like it :smile: no pressure or anything but just saying. and thank you! :D ♥ 

 

 

Hello,

 

No offense intended but your mesh was a bit messy, so I quickly remade and textured it.

 

As it was done quickly it just uses a black hood for the ground mesh. Also it's set to use a tail slot so your character gets to keep their hair.

 

It's not placed in the world so you'll have to use the console to add it to your character. The little readme will tell you the formID.

 

Here is an ingame screenshot:

Screen-Shot1.jpg

 

Here is the file: https://gofile.io/d/xdHfki

 

Hope you enjoy.

 

 



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Sorry! I've miss typed the FormID in the readme. I added an extra 1 by mistake. It should be 'XX000ed3'

 

Screen-Shot2.jpg

 

Like This ^.

 

Although looking at your video I'm not sure you're using the correct number for the XX. I would recommend Wrye Bash instead of the mod manager.

 

Bash.jpg

 

See, It's much clearer. ^ as you can see in my example the plugins place in the load order is '0D', so as in the other picture I would type 'player.additem 0d000ed3 1' and that will add the bandana to my inventory.

 

Sorry for that mistake, hope it works out this time.


Edited by AzureGem92, 31 March 2022 - 09:47 AM.


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Thank you so much! :D ♥ here's the video of me using it in Oblivion :) :) :) 

thanks so much for getting it in the game for me :D I Really appreciate it :D

 

 

Sorry! I've miss typed the FormID in the readme. I added an extra 1 by mistake. It should be 'XX000ed3'

 

Screen-Shot2.jpg

 

Like This ^.

 

Although looking at your video I'm not sure you're using the correct number for the XX. I would recommend Wrye Bash instead of the mod manager.

 

Bash.jpg

 

See, It's much clearer. ^ as you can see in my example the plugins place in the load order is '0D', so as in the other picture I would type 'player.additem 0d000ed3 1' and that will add the bandana to my inventory.

 

Sorry for that mistake, hope it works out this time.







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