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Awamory

Mesh head + mesh body, different skin tones...

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Hello everybody!

I'm a newbie here. Maybe someone can help me.

 I have bought 1 MESH complete avatar, but I don't want to use his head. So I have bought another mesh head. They are both without omega relay. The problem are marks on the neck. Because the head has only one skin tone. The avatar has 12 skin tones but all of them are different from head's skin tone. As a result I have the such image - see screenshot http://www.zimagez.com/zimage/2017-06-1311-25-48.php Can I fix it with any items? Some appliers, omega relays or...? If yes, what should I buy and how can I use it for fixing? Thank you.

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Hi. There are 2 different issues with the match- the size and the skin.

For the size, your body should have a recommended body fat number to match to the head. Your head likely has a setting in the hud for this.

For the best skin match for body and head, buy the skin for both from the same store. Try lots of demos before you decide.  You can search marketplace for your brand of head/body. If you don't find skins you like for your brands, you can see if Omega makes a relay for your head and body. Their relays are very easy to use, and there are tons of skins for Omega.

Again, try many demos before you decide. You'll get there.

I also recommend joining the group Mesh Body Addicts inworld. There are lots of great people in that group who are often willing to help.

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11 hours ago, Awamory said:

. They are both without omega relay. The problem are marks on the neck. Because the head has only one skin tone.

when indeed none has omega options, unless your body or head hud has coloring options you can forget matching

next to skinmatching you also might have change your windlight settings to a more optimal one for showing less or different shadows (not to confuse with shadows in the graphic settings.)

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