Serin, this is for you

Tumblr doesn’t have enough pictures of my dog on it

i’m gonna say smart buy

it’s being extremely laggy for me (even the sound is skipping) but I’m still having fun with it. I’ve destroyed several houses from the inside already and killed at least fifteen people and three cars and got hit several times. Sounds like a productive late night to me!  haha

I just bought that goat simulator game…

winchestersims: Just curious but does your mpreg tutorial work for adding preg morph to custom female clothes too?

It does with just one difference, you use this file instead of amFullBodyNude_high.wso as the reference mesh in MeshToolkit. All other steps are the same!

kinkyray: I'm curious about why EA shirts do not work with the tutorial method? And does this method also work for pants, cause I would love some give my game some more maternity pants.

Yes, you can use the tutorial to add mpreg morphs to pants! As for EA meshes, they require extra steps to be able to add the morphs in, it isn’t as simple as this. Which is why I’ve never really tried making EA clothes mpreg.  

Tutorial: Adding MPREG moprhs

supercalifragilisticsims:

Okay, decided to do a picture tutorial rather than a video one. This method I’ve found is rather easy and is really the only way I’ve been able to make mpreg clothing.

NOTE: Use male clothing meshes, not female, or else the mesh will have boobs on it and the only way to remove them is through…

Reblogging for those who were not on at 2am this morning

Tutorial: Adding MPREG moprhs

Okay, decided to do a picture tutorial rather than a video one. This method I’ve found is rather easy and is really the only way I’ve been able to make mpreg clothing.

NOTE: Use male clothing meshes, not female, or else the mesh will have boobs on it and the only way to remove them is through editing the actual mesh! Also, you cannot add morphs to an EA mesh this way! Only use custom content and not store content

What you’ll need:

I’ll be adding the mpreg morph to Peacemaker’s tank top in this tutorial.

Step 1: Open TSR Workshop and select ‘Create New Project’

Step 1a: Select ‘New Import’

Step 2: Select ‘Browse’. In the window that pops up, set either .package or .sims3pack as the file type (depends on what type the clothing is) and then find it and select it. Hit ‘Next’ 

Step 3: On the next screen, you can give the file whatever ‘Project Name’ you want, just make it unique. You don’t have to change the ‘Title’ or ‘Description’. Hit ‘Next’. Hit ‘OK’

Step 4: After the mesh loads, double click the ‘Categories’ tab. Scroll down and click the ‘Valid For Maternity’ box. Take this time to make sure that all the other categories you want the mesh to appear under are selected (Everyday, Formal wear, Athletic, etc.)

Step 5: Go to the ‘Mesh’ tab (at the top). Click on the blank selection and select ‘High level of detail’. 

Step 6: Click the export button (box with red arrow). Name the file whatever you want. I generally name mine mpreg1. Save it to a folder where you are keeping all your mpreg things or if you’re like me, just send it to the desktop.

Step 7: Open Mesh Toolkit. Select the ‘Auto tools for WSO’ tab. Hit ‘Select file’ for ‘WSO mesh to modify’. Select the file you just exported from TSRW. For ‘Reference Mesh’, select the file I had you download at the beginning (amFullBodyNude_high.wso). 

Make sure that both of these options are ticked!

Click on ‘Do assignments and save’. Replace the old exported file with this new file. After saving the file, you can exit Mesh Toolkit.

Step 8: Return to TSRW. Click on the import button (box with green arrow). Select file you just saved in Mesh Toolkit.

Hit ‘Yes’.

'Yes'

Step 9: Go to ‘Edit’ and select ‘Project Contents’. 

Hit ‘Export’ and then ‘To .package’. This will export the mesh as a .package file, so name it what you want the name of the actual download to be. 

Once it finishes exporting, hit ok, you’re done! Now all you have to do is test the mesh in game!

On occasion, this method will not work with a mesh (looks wonky in game). Sometimes redoing the process fixes this, sometimes it doesn’t. This is the only way I’ve found that works 90% of the time with adding mpreg morphs. 

If anyone has any questions, please do not hesitate to ask me!

dustofsims: Could you do a tutorial on how you put mpreg morphs on male clothes?

I’ll do one tonight once every is asleep so that I can properly record a video! I know I have been slacking with the mpreg lately! 

>_> Not this again