7th Dec 2017 at 12:32 AM
Last edited by brytnelu : 21st Dec 2017 at 5:26 AM.
I've got an issue with makeup right now. This is not limited to CC, it happens even with the maxis blushes and such.
The below screen shots have a nose blush with boxes on the nose tip, boxy blush, and the lips are a little pixlated too.
I stopped playing sims for a year, and uninstalled the game. I got pets this week and wanted to try it out and reinstalled. I used these items before and they looked perfect, I even previewed them in Sims 4 Studio, it looked fine.
The troubleshooting I have already done:
- Made sure my graphics were at maximum and I've tried setting them with GeForce Experience too. (Which sets it to maximum)
- Checked the uncompressed sim textures and post processing effects. (Tested both on and off)
- Unchecked the laptop mode. (Tested on and off)
- Updated my graphic drivers.
- Reset my computer.
- Run as administrator.
- Removed ALL mods.
- Edited the .packet file, saving the PNG as DDS.
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790K CPU @ 4.00GHz, 4001 Mhz, 4 Cores, 8 Logical Processors RAM: 16GB Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Operating System: Windows 10 Pro
Here is what it looks like: Imgur
Maxis Lipstick: Imgur
* The nose blush one is the most noticeable, and it was one of my favorite I had a friend install it in her game and it looks fine.
I FIXED IT: Well, a semi fix for now. Its not my graphics or computer I had to edit the files in Sims 4 Studio and set the CompositionMethod to 4.
EDIT: Just kidding, that didnt fix it.. It worked for one blush but when I try it with the others it just makes those blushes really bright, like it was applied the "screen" filter in photoshop