I attempted to make a more realistic girl in VRoid Studio. This was extremely difficult. She sort of looks like someone in a PS2 game. Her hair would look a lot better if VRoid Studio supported opacity, but it reads transparent pixels as opaque. :( Update: With the new version of VRoid Studio, I was able to remove the outline, so she looks a little better.
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Some casual clothing and makeup. Sucker not included.


soup TM
1 year ago
Hey, is the a vroid file version of these? I want to edit the model, but it comes up as a vrm Instead.


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Conditions of use: Avatar use: YES/Violence: YES/Sexual acts: YES/Corporate use: NO/Individual commercial use: NO/Alterations: YES/Redistribution: NO/Attribution: Necessary