United_Strafes Nov 30, 2012 @ 9:59am
My Character Mods
I've been uploading a lot of screens lately, and been getting a few (more than a few actually) pms asking about character mods so I thought I would list them here so I could re direct inquerys to this topic. Anyway I will list them and hope they stay up. Some can be considered adult since they deal with the naked form I guess.

UNP main body
SG Female Textures Renewal
The Eyes of Beauty
Natural Eyes
ApachiiSkyHair
Hair Packs of TES IV Oblivion 1&2
Feminine Hands CBBE UNP
SG Hairpack 268
Race Menu
Enhanced Character Edit (A MUST HAVE) There are some problems getting ECE to work with some things but you'll just have to tinker with it a bit.
Detailed Lips
XP32 Maximum Skeleton
Brows
TairenSoul Face Tattoo Warpaint
Racemenu precachekiller

These mods are the main ones I use on characters, I have probably about 130 mods running in general. The 2 other best ones I can recommend for the game as a whole is the Texture Pack Combiner by Cestral and any Kountervibe ENB.

My main cannot live without mod would be SKYUI.

Last edited by United_Strafes; Jul 7 @ 2:00am
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=^_^=CatrineValentine1 Nov 30, 2012 @ 10:08am 
can we be friends :)
Phantom117 Dec 21, 2012 @ 4:10pm 
do u use nexus or just steam?
Chronos Dec 28, 2012 @ 12:25am 
Use the Nexus! Then you can see where you instsll the Mods exactly. It´s more work(three buttons) but ist is it´s wealth.
United_Strafes Dec 28, 2012 @ 7:05am 
I use Nexus only.
THEWIZARDDK Jan 2, 2013 @ 2:08pm 
but how can you add nexus mods to a steam game?? i am on nexus, both oblivion and skyrim but as i got skyrim from steam and im new on steam i really dont know how to add the mods i spend hours finding on nexus?? could you help me out please?
United_Strafes Jan 2, 2013 @ 5:15pm 
Use Nexus Mod manager and it'll automatically find you, otherwise if your installing manually which I don't recommend you skyrim folder is here:

My Computer>Program Files X86>Steam>Steam Apps>Common>Skyrim

then typically mods will go into the data folder
Wumpscut Jan 2, 2013 @ 5:41pm 
I was like, 'who does this guy think he is? what an arrogant thread.' Then I surfed over to his profile and the screenshots. Pretty awesome! He has picked up a flair for pin-up style art, using Skyrim and some mods. I wish my characters turned out as nice.

I have one question right off - what pose mods do you use?
United_Strafes Jan 2, 2013 @ 5:47pm 
FINS which you have to use.
Puppeteer Master
Pinup Poser and Pretty Motion Package
THEWIZARDDK Jan 2, 2013 @ 7:03pm 
wow thank you man, that i didnt know. that a very BIG thank you from me. hope its okay if i ask you again sometime ;) steam and me are getting to know each other, but we are not exactly friends yet :D thank you again for this. very useful .EDIT. yes you were right. its right there. ;) thank you :) EDIT2: do you mean the one on nexus "use download manger" ?
Last edited by THEWIZARDDK; Jan 2, 2013 @ 7:13pm
United_Strafes Jan 2, 2013 @ 10:51pm 
Ya you'll have to dolnload Nexus's mod manager.
BoPacker Jan 2, 2013 @ 10:59pm 
There's a discussion page in the workshop area, you may want to post this there, as well.
THEWIZARDDK Jan 2, 2013 @ 11:04pm 
i think i figured out now what to do . but its very late now so ill have a look into it tomorrow . i really apriciate all the help here. thank you all ;)
Chronos Jan 3, 2013 @ 1:43am 
You don´t need the nexus mod manager. You can click on download manually and then you can choose the folder whre you install the Mod,

Originally posted by United_Strafes:
Use Nexus Mod manager and it'll automatically find you, otherwise if your installing manually which I don't recommend you skyrim folder is here:

My Computer>Program Files X86>Steam>Steam Apps>Common>Skyrim

then typically mods will go into the data folder
That´s the folder but after Skyrim you have to open a folder "Data" there your steam Mods too.
Pandora Jan 3, 2013 @ 1:49am 
just DL the mod manager for skyrim but i dont know ware i can typ in the mods i want in that program
Chronos Jan 3, 2013 @ 1:54am 
You search the Mod you want in the right upper egde of the site (there is a search field)
The if you find it you click on it. under the SS there is a download button.
Click on it. Then you can choose download with Mod mangaer or manually.
Click on Mod manager, if you have one, it downloads automatically. After this
start Skyrim. In the start window (not the main Menu, that before) there is the point Data.
Click on it , there is your List of Mods. Tick the Mod , if there is an tick , it´s active in game.
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