An almost complete replacement of all makeup; only exclusion are the foundations and OFB eyeshadows, though I plan to get around to them as well. What I DO have for you are all the other eyeshadows, the regular blushes, base game and OFB lipsticks, and both eyeliners. The lighter eyeliner are gender-friendly eyelashes, and the darker has thicker lashes and liner.

Three of the lipsticks have a metallic texture; the basegame blue, and OFB's green and gold. I did not paint this texture... and, I can't remember where I got it. In truth I made these replacements more than two years ago. I checked the usual suspects, Bruno and IcedMango, without any luck. Anyway if anyone knows, please drop a line.

Click for a lipstick swatch... )

Okay so anyway... these were all done using the maxis textures as color scheme, applying them over a hand-painted texture and alpha. If you have my smokestack eyeshadows, the style of "sparkle" was used here as well. They are all sheer, with little crease detail on their own, and should work with almost any tone allowing for individual shape and skin texture to show through.

Click for an animated comparison quad on light and dark skintones... )

The blushes were also done with the maxis hues in mind, except for the sioux one which I made more purplish. They are very sheer and on the apples of the cheek. Unfortunately because they are so sheer, like with any overlay, they will cause some pixelation on darker tones. But it is only noticeable at extreme closeups.

Check to make sure you don't have any other default replacements for the listed makeup.


Requires: OFB for the labeled lips.

Smokestack are a set of eyeshadows that I tried to shape better to the UV lines of the maxis facemap, so that the makeup would warp with eyeshapes more pleasingly. It's also sheer, with shadow and light having stronger alphas, in order to work on all skintones as shown in the thumbnail.

To see the full range on both light and dark skintones, click here.


Wash is a set of four extremely sheer eyeshadows. The alpha goes farther down on the bottom lid than normal, where the color shows up best.

To see the full range on both light and dark skintones, click here.



Sep. 17th, 2010 01:08 pm
This is a compilation set of a mask, some eyeshadows, and some lips. I was inspired by some paintings by Alice Duke.

Rrrrrrr... )

The zine eyeshadows are fairly dramatic, but blend out enough to sheer that they work well with any skintone.

The thumbnails are numbered in groups; so Nu Neon is in Zine 5 and Escargot is in Zine 2.

ZINE 1 | ZINE 2 | ZINE 3 | ZINE 4 | ZINE 5 |

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