Major hat tip to Jennifer Vultee, owner of the Bad Kitty store, who provided this information.
It is indeed a much faster, and I suspect, safer method for you to apply a new skin to your boobies then the one I described in Part Two of this series
Rather then my manual method, which involves moving layers on the boobies. you can use the Universal Developer Kit that should have been included with your Implant Nation purchase.
I have only one caveat: while this system does work perfectly, you cannot tint the boobies using SLs editing tools, which are very good, unless you use the technique to get to the boob skin layer I described in Part Two of this series. If you’re pretty good with your photo editing tools however, you may not need to do anything but follow the procedure below.
Like my previous posts on this subject, it is assumed that have used a photo editor to modify the booby skin that is provided by product creator Bart Seymour. More info on this can be found in Part One of this series.
Here is Jennifer’s instructions for using the Developer Kit’s tools to put that texture on your boobies. It may look quite techy, but it’s much simpler then it appears:
1. Upload your new skin to SL.
2. Find the developer’s kit in the folder where you have your Universal Implants. The latest version is called Universal Implants Developer Kit v1.1. Rezz to ground, copy the contents to inventory.
3. Find the skin applier, it’s called SD Skin Applier Universal Implants 1.1
4. Drag the skin applier out of your inventory and rezz it to the ground. It will prolly look like a little green box.
5. Find your skin texture and right click it…Click Copy Asset UUID
6. Now go into edit the skin applier
7. Look for the skin_settings script in under the content tab.
8. Open the script and paste the UUID between the quotes on the line key texturekey=” ”
9. Save the script changes
10. Go to the General Tab, and rename the applier to something you’ll find memorable.
11. Close edit and touch the green box script applier…the new skins apply!
This definitely works and it’s a great way to work.