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Monolids not working with Genus???

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Hey guys, so this might be a bit of a strangely niche issue, but i'm having some troubles with my avatar's eyelids. I want her to have monolids, and i've tried messing around with the eyelid sliders, making them completely flat, etc, as well as trying various monolid "makeups", but to no avail.

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The above image is my avatar without any "makeup" on her eyelids. As you can see, even though the skin i have specifically doesn't have an eyelid fold, there's still a very visible crease.

 

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Now in this image, i've applied a mask to the eyelid area, but they're still very visible. It's really irking me, because i have no idea what to do to fix this. I've tried various windlights, but it really makes no difference. I've raised the opacity on my genus hud's eyeshadow region to 90% (for some reason i can't get it to 100), but even so, whether it's set to 60% or 90%, it seems to have the same coverage -- which is not much.

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Does anyone have any possible solutions? i'd appreciate it a lot, thanks. ♥

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Works pretty finy for me tho! On the first pic I am wearing the Strong face on the second I am wearing baby face I have the classic too and that works just fine too!

Its a little fiddling with your shape and skins ^^ but it is possible with genus...with catwa I failed XD

 

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4 hours ago, DAT4BASE said:

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Try turning the Intensity circle down to 10% (I've never been able to get to to go below that, anyway.) Also, in your example image it appears to be a lighting issue. A moonlit applier or even a skin designed that way may still show a lid based on the shape of the mesh. Have you flattened the face profile (as many Asian faces are flatter than others)?

Doing so can also minimize any protrusion of lids.

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Hi, thanks so much for your reply. Yes, i flattened her eyelids as much as possible. In the end it turned out that the skin was really weird in some lightings, so i bought a new one from Not Found and it fixed the issue in 90% of the cases where there's iffy windlighting. Thanks so much for the help though!!

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20 hours ago, DAT4BASE said:

Hi, thanks so much for your reply. Yes, i flattened her eyelids as much as possible. In the end it turned out that the skin was really weird in some lightings, so i bought a new one from Not Found and it fixed the issue in 90% of the cases where there's iffy windlighting. Thanks so much for the help though!!

Oh, that's great! I'm happy my "guesstimates" were actually helpful, at least a little!  :)

Yeah, that windlight bit can wreak havoc on this type stuff. One thing that I also find useful (at least when matching colors of two different things) is calWL Windthihgt - it provides a clean, bright, even lighting without influence from shadows or colors, etc. :)

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