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@TheKartel It depends on the shader and program you use. I use Blender so my experience is with it but pretty much If you use PED shader for clothing (not skin), you have to erase the alpha on vertex colours. For whatever reason PED has an alpha overlay which when in Sun turns into shine (that's why skin looks shiny in the Sun); That's a GTA thing from what I understood as it adds a sweat overlay to the body that was never implemented or finished (? not sure about this tbh). Or you can use PED_DEFAULT shader which doesn't have that; Just remember that skin always uses the PED shader else normal bump won't work and skin will look weird and like uncooked hotdog.
@iammistahwolf Tbh, I have no idea. I think they're Elliesimple's shorts but I don't know who converted them.
@Yilin Luan If you are talking about the pants in the picture, they're called Wide Pants and are on my profile.
@iammistahwolf Yeah I'm aware. Thank you for the heads up!
@iammistahwolf It has both but I only recently figured out that PED shader has a bug where clothing looks shiny/wet/like plastic in sun because there's alpha layer over it. It's unfortunately a stupid GTA thing. I will be putting up a fixed version soon.
@cesu They work fine for a lot of people; It depends how you're adding them to your game. If you'd like to come to my discord, I could try and help with your issue.
@iammistahwolf Never saw this comment, sorry! Looks like I don't get notified when a comment has been posted so if you have any tips and tricks, probably best to contact me in my discord. Ty for the tip tho!
@iammistahwolf Like it says in the description it is a prop. c:
@prueling Thank you for liking them! I have a few more on the way which I will be releasing in the upcoming weeks! You can join my discord if you'd like as I post little updates there before releasing stuff c: