TMBE – Tiddy McButt Body Enhanced

Author: Robton | Posted: 21st May 2017 | Posted in: Skyrim, TMBE

Info

This is a successor to my previous bodymod TMB – Tiddy Mcbutt. This was created because I wasn’t happy with some parts of TMB, and to mostly get out of doing proper weight slider support. I ever only used the max weight on TMB anyways, so this body is identical on 0 and 100 weight except for the wrists, the bottom of the legs and the neck. This is to not have huge seams when wearing armors with other bodies attached.

TMBE is an UNP based body, and is compatible with the UNP UV map (so you need UNP compatible body textures, not CBBE). This is a female body replacer, so it’s doing the same exact thing and edits the exact same files as any other body mod like UNP, 7B or CBBE, so they are NOT compatible. You can use armor replacers for ANY other UNP BASED body, but this mod does not edit the body in those armors, that’s not how the armor equipping system in Skyrim works. You will have to find a conversion for that exact armor you want, if you don’t know how to do that or that didn’t make any sense, this is NOT the bodymod for you. Also, since this body has been edited using advanced 3D software, it’s no longer bodyslide compatible.

The goal with this body is to hit the sweetspot between the two popular bodytypes UNPB and SevenBase/7B, with a touch of what “in my opinion” are fitting body for MY Skyrim setup. 

This body mod requires this skeleton, and is ONLY usable with UNP compatible skin textures.

I have also added a Hi-poly version of the body, it has 26130 vertices instead of UUNP’s regular 6850. Needless to say you need a good pc for this. Also added conversion resources for those who wanna convert armors for the body themselves.

Screenshots

installation

Install with your favored mod manager, or open the file with your favorite archive manager(Winrar,7zip,etc.). Extract the content to your Skyrim/data folder.

And once you got a UNP compatible body texture and a HDT compatible skeleton, you should be all set.

uninstallation

Reverse the installation process.

Changelog

V1.1 (04.6.2017): Hi-poly version and conversion resources added.

V1 (22.5.2017): Initial release.

Recommended

Hi-poly hands and Feet V2 by Halofarm

Credits

Special thanks goes to Dimon99 for UNP and Caliente for CBBE, which led to the creation of Bodyslide/UUNP. Which is managed by Ousnius/Cell.

Download

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24 Comments on:

  • hotstuff says:

    Hate the fact that in all body replacers 100 weight makes huge boobs. What the mania with those silicon balls…

  • odemmah says:

    Can I use your Vanilla Armors and Clothes mod with this improved body replacer of yours as well?

    • Robton Robton says:

      You can, but it will not have the same shape on lower weights

    • odemmah says:

      What do you mean excatly?…You say it will break the mod visually or not? Can you explain the consequences a little bit better please?:)

    • Wyntermist says:

      You will only see the effects without clothing or armour,

  • Rock&Rule says:

    I need a bit more variety in my game. I’ve been eyeballing the original version for a while now. Since I’m starting a fresh play through and was using some of the armor and clothing mods you’ve already converted I am giving it a whirl. I switched Lilu and Shadowfakes followers out with TMBE.

    I’ve only come across Lilu so far and the must say she took to the body quite nicely.

    Thank you for all your hardwork. For the Spring’s Kiss stuff Faeofthewood put it up on LL recently. Sounds like an update may be in the works. :D

    • Robton Robton says:

      Thanks glad you like the body. Personally, I think Lilu rocks her original body better, so that’s what she uses in my game. But it’s your game, you do you ;)

  • HippeusOmega says:

    Did want to let you know I’m attempting to port the body into SSE for my own use. I ran the body through the Nif Optimizer and seems to be stable. Will have to run the game for a bit to see. The body proportions look like they’re intact though.

    Even have some of the Breast physics curiosity of the Dragonfly BBP mod. The clothing mods though the physics are less noticeable. No doubt cause we don’t have a SKSE 64 yet for true physics yet. That and these were based around the 32-bit.

    • HippeusOmega says:

      Done some more playtesting with it in Skyrim 64-bit. Noticed a couple issues I thought I’d share. First is even though I was able to import the body successfully. It seems like it has no weight slider support. Seems to act like the body is at 100 weight regardless. Not that big of a issue as I usually have my women at 100 weight anyhow. Just thought I’d share that.

      Second some of the TMB armors are showing clipping issues after importing them. Now this could be from importing the vanilla armors or it could be from using the TMBE body with TMB Vanilla armors. Thinking the latter as your newest TMBE conversion armors haven’t shown this issue.

    • Robton Robton says:

      You mean “no weight slider support” as in the body doesn’t seem to change? or do neck/arm/feet gaps appear?

      As I’ve said before, idk anything about SSE modding. You should ask someone like Andreis to help you with that.

    • HippeusOmega says:

      Sorry for the late reply I was out of town. Yeah there seems to be no weight slider support when I ported the body and outfits over. The breasts and body seem to stay at Weight 100. Only thing I’ve noticed is the neck changing. Cause I saw the amulet she wears go up or down more on her body. Like I said I think it’s a side effect from using the Nif optimizer to port the body and outfits over. Mostly harmless anyhow as I said I usually have my weight at 100.

    • Robton Robton says:

      Oh no, that’s not the nif optimizers fault, that’s intentional. If you read the description more closely, you’ll read that the body is supposed to look identical on 0 and 100 weight. Except for the neck, wrists and ancles, to avoid seams. If this is a problem, good old regular TMB is still available to download.

    • HippeusOmega says:

      /facepalm Then it is working as intended in SSE. I’ll stick with TMBE. Cause it seems like I was able to port the body successfully then. If you ever want to see some screenshots of what my character looks like in the 64-bit I can show you.

    • HippeusOmega says:

      Had a question robton. How do I go about making a SFW version if say I want to do a let’s play. Wouldn’t want to get banned on YouTube. Is there a way I could give my character say Nezzar’s lingerie as a nude replacer? It would keep the body meshes intact and be safe to do videos on Skyrim Special.

  • HippeusOmega says:

    Love the new body and continued support of clothing for the 32-bit. Hope it can be incorporated into SSE someday. As TMB is my favorite replacer.

  • DeathLoop36 says:

    Very nice work,sir! Looks great in my game. I am using Spring Kiss Final for normalmaps and Real Girl textures. I like the SG textures you mentioned in earlier comment, but they are a little heavy for my VRAM. I am glad you enjoy yourself modding, as your work has made the game fun for another play though. :)

  • Satyrial1 says:

    The very best female body mod ever made! Thanks, looks gorgeous.

  • Richard says:

    Can i use this Body with the “normal” TMB Armors? Or do the Armors from the normal TMB need a conversion for the TMB-Enhanced?

    • Robton Robton says:

      You can, it will pretty much look identical on max weight. However, the lower weights will have smaller breasts, butt, etc.

  • Satyrial says:

    Very beautiful!
    What kind of textures do you use?
    P.s. Sorry for asking, i bet people ask that question endlessly)

    • Robton Robton says:

      You have no idea. Taken from the FAQ: “A mildly modified version of SG Female Textures Renewal together with the normalmaps from faeofthewood’s Springs Kiss textures V1.” Not sure if all that’s available anymore, but I’m not in a position to share either, sorry :/

  • Krupi says:

    This is beautiful! Thank you very much!

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