Tight&Firm Gen2 Body - XL
A NSFW Body Replacement Mod by Antarran
for the initial work in making the 'Lizzy-Spec' request this was conceived as, and the MegaThicc re-size used in the creation process. Titan Firm
for the base body and morph rig that all of this is based on.
Comments / Description:
Originally born as a request for an intermediate size between TF2 Large and NV-Thicc/Megathicc body sizes, the body was redesigned with feedback and guidance from Titan Firm to be an unofficial size addition to the TF2 body shape. The breasts and adjacent geometry have been reshaped to convey a slight sag but maintains the Barbie-style firmness of the body. In addition to the buttocks, the width and depth of the thighs is increased, which will clip with most thighboots. This is combined re-release of the XL size to merge the project together and is a joint effort between Vee
and Antarran.11/27/2019 UPDATE: XL Legs have been redone with Titan's 2.3 Large Legs as the base, resulting in a slightly slimmer shape. Also changed to .ttmp2 modpack.02/01/2020 UPDATE: Redone using the new 2.4 models. Repacked to include both SFW and NSFW meshes for Smallclothes, Emperor's Gear, and NPC Smallclothes with options to mix and match.Note:
If the link doesn't work right away, please wait a few minutes and try again. I've tested it several times and not once has it not worked.This mod is intended to be an addition to the original Tight and Firm 2.x body only - compatible Gen 2 body textures such as those found in the original mod are required to use the XL version.
Tight&Firm Gen2 Body found here: https://www.xivmodarchive.com/modid/485
(SFW) and https://www.xivmodarchive.com/modid/513
Feel free to use this mod as you'd like, but credit the makers if you plan on using it in any releases. We don't require anyone to seek permission for use (except in the case of private commissions, then we refer to Titan Firm's permissions announcement found on his Dev Blog here: https://amethystdcvr.tumblr.com/post/182612053102/new-changes-to-modding-permissions
) because far be it from us to stifle or discourage the creativity of others for the sake of our own personal preferences. Modding is all about trading ideas, resources, and collaboration, right?