Dragon Age Origins Hair Mods
I have 2 questions actually! Would it be possible to give the Dina hair for QF a little side fringe (it's okay if not omg) it's just so hard to find good hair mods for QF and that one is perfect for my inquisitor but she has a little fringe! Again it's okay if not omg! 2nd question is if you ever plan on released the Briala mod you posted on your main Dragon Age blog? It's so wonderfully made
Dragon Age Origins Hair Mods
nstallation:---------------unzip the archive to folder "../Bioware/DragonAge/packages/core/override" which is typically located in "My Documents" folder.to uninstall:---------------delete folder "tucked_hair" from folder "../Bioware/DragonAge/packages/core/override" notes and known issues:---------------Default package only allows the hair to be selected from the Toolset. To enable selection directly in the game download and unpack also the additional file, tucked_hair_chargenmorphcfg.zip This file is not included by default as it breaks compatibility with other character mods.A 3rd party application, "Dragon Age CharGenMorph Compiler" can be used to combine this provided extra file with similar files from other hair add-ons, allowing them to co-exist in the character creator part of the game. For the application download and instructions how to use it check the following project: Social.bioware.comDepending on exact shape of the head there can be some slight clipping between the hair strands and character's skull/ears. This can be mostly fixed in the Toolset but can be harder to achieve in the default character editor.The package currently doesn't include custom low detail level meshes used when drawing characters at distance -- the default game meshes are used instead. As such, the appearance of hair on characters far away from the camera may be somewhat different than close up.to other modders you are free to use this in your released mods, mention my name if you please
I'm having trouble with hairstyle mods showing in the character creator. More Hairstyles is the main one with Tucked Hair and Anto's Hair. I have sought advice on Unofficial BSN, Reddit, Nexus Mods and the comments in More Hairstyles page.
As to vanity modes, the makeup and eye colors built into DA:I put what Pineapple did in those realms to shame. The options for what you can do under makeup and eye color for the iris is just incredible. They do need to add hair mods, especially for the Qunari, and hair color mods, but overall, the other options available are pretty outstanding.
Why: Pineappletree offers a whole new, wider selection of hair and eye colors, as well as skin tones for your hero, including bluish tones that will let you turn your elf into a drow... if that's your thang. And, possibly one of the best, most reassuring things one can encounter when digging up mods for an older game: it was updated within the last year!
So I would use the no-mods patch if the game froze during loading. And then once I loaded into the area, I'd save and quit, and try the all-mods patch folder to see if that one worked now that I had gotten passed the loading screen. Annoying, I know. For your frosty mods, it's best just to get the important ones that you can't live without and see if those will work, so you can at least have something going for those times where you load into an area and go right into a cutscene. I was playing a fem Qunari so my hair and horn mods were a must and thankfully they still worked. Also I think you said this already but try to go through your mods and cut out anything you no longer need now that you're in Trespasser. I know for me, I had a boat-load of mods and not all of them were necessary once I was done with certain parts of the game (like the halla doors mod or the more loot in the prologue mod, etc).
Sometimes you just have to throw a lot of noodles at the wall until the ones you want stick. This is making me wonder if I should run another test on my mods in Trespasser. Mine are mostly relevant only to the base game, exempting hair mods, which did work in the WP, cutscenes, Crossroads, and other locations.
The Sims is an extremely successful video game series with fans making mods from all over the world. The Sims 4, released in 2014, has an enormous catalog of mods for all aspects of the game. Mods can include outfits, pets, hair, objects for building, and even mods that can create new traits for a Sim.
User Info: Unee Unee 10 years ago 2 Im in the same boat, the face mods i download include the hair, but when i create my own character it doesnt show Xbox live GT: Racian User Info: ashenwraith ashenwraith 10 years ago 3 Funny.I have the exact same problem and not sure if its because Im new to using mods for DA:O or its some type of patchcompatibility issue.