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How can I make my model changing clothes/dressing up?
Hi everyone, if I want my live2d character to be able to change clothes/ accessories (in a game/ Unity), do I have to create one moc file for each costume? For example, if there are 100 different clothes & accessories combinations, I’ll need to have 100 moc files?
You can switch the multiple of clothes from one of the moc file .
For example , Hull of sample model has two of clothes .
Live2D Manual - Sample Model Hull
You can switch to control the part display and non-display from the program .
( Please also texture switching )
If you want to switch a lot of clothes , I think that it may use the Avatar system .
Avatar system requires a special license agreement only companies .
Live2D Manual - Avatar system (standard)
If you want to use an avatar system , please contact the Live2D Inc.
I am sorry but I was mistaken. However, changing the texture isn't necessary.
Please refer to the following on how to change clothing.
I tried it out using the "Simple" project found in the Live2D Unity SDK.
1) Export the .moc with clothing A as well as B being displayed.
This is how it should look inside the Unity Inspector.
2) Change the clothing using the following script. I hope this serves the purpose.
Let me know in case you encounter any further problems .
Because this texture-switching method here:
It seems like i will need to prepare many possible costume & accessories combinations + face & body in psd file and upload into live2d? Wouldn't it be easier if I just, for example, replace the old hat with new hat *directly* (if it can be done)? Sorry for this noob question
In that case , I recommend the avatar system .