Now this one is by far the biggest thing I’ll be releasing today. This is the culmination of 3 years of experimentation, random porting, random creations, and all for the sake of screenshooting.

Before we continue, let me say once again, but in bold, capitalised italics this time THIS MOD WILL NOT BE SUPPORTED, UPDATED, OR FIXED IN ANY WAY.

This is essentially a massive pile of personal outfits. If you’re a UNPCM user, you will want this. The biggest deal is at the core, the mod contains an equippable high poly version of UNPCM that I’ve been sitting on for all 3 of those years. It has HDT breasts, but not HDT butt, because butts just do not fucking jiggle like that.

There are over 450 modular pieces (though quite a few are colour swaps) of clothing in this mod, coming from tons of outside sources, some of which were previously released for the original UNPCM, some of which are partial conversions that were never completed, and some of which are my original creations I couldn’t release until I released the HP body itself. The full list of credits (from my memory, so I apologise if I left anyone out, and also apologise if I included something in this mod I shouldn’t have) is in the readme. Feel free to browse it. It will remind you about how I will not be supporting this mod.

The one thing to note is that, to use the mod, you should first equip the item 00 – UNPCM High Poly. That’s the base on which all the clothing fits. The other one, 00 – UNPCM High Poly – Special is differently weighted. It might look better in some poses if you’re taking nudes.

Ramble over, here is the download: Download

Edit: Uhh, apparently this only works for custom races. Sorry?

Edit 2: The file has been fixed. If you downloaded the original and have come back to tell me it’s broken, please redownload. I have tested the mod on vanilla races specifically with various randomly picked pieces, just to make sure.



  1. Winter December 25, 2018 1:20 pm  Reply

    Doesn’t work. Only a handful of the clothing options even show up when equipped. and the equipable bodies don’t work as well. Items show up in menu but not on character when equipped

    • Halofarm December 25, 2018 1:44 pm  Reply

      Well, I don’t have any other feedback to go on, so I don’t know if it’s everyone or just you. How big is the file you downloaded? Might be a corrupt download. It’s also possible it didn’t extract properly if you used WinRAR to extract it.

    • Halofarm December 25, 2018 1:49 pm  Reply

      Oh, it seems the reason it didn’t fail testing is because it was tested on custom races. Apparently, for some fucked up reason, it will only work on custom races. I really can’t go back and add vanilla races to over 300 pieces of clothing so… I guess I’m sticking by “if it doesn’t work, tough” I might fix it eventually, but I can’t do it today. I don’t have time.

  2. Winter December 25, 2018 2:08 pm  Reply

    No problem, just wanted to make you aware of it. Have a good holiday!~

  3. Irstina December 25, 2018 3:13 pm  Reply

    If anyone wants to play around with these before Halo fixes them for Vanilla races, I found you can easily make everything work with the Custom Races mod (see Nexus).

    Just replace the vanilla textures and meshes with whatever you’re using for that particular race and everything ought to look the same as Vanilla. My Nord looks exactly the same when she’s ‘CustomNord’.

    After that the equipable body will work and you can put on any of the clothes, at least all the ones I tried worked perfectly fine.

    I usually don’t know what I’m doing so I have no idea if this breaks anything for anyone who’s actually playing the game, but for screenshotting it seems to be fine.

    Thanks for the mod and happy holidays!

    • Halofarm December 25, 2018 3:27 pm  Reply

      It’s fixed now, so no problems.

  4. Winter December 26, 2018 3:39 am  Reply

    Thanks for fixing it so quickly!~

  5. Ada December 30, 2018 9:51 am  Reply

    Oh, God. I’m glad you’re back with the updates.

  6. AenSeidhe March 28, 2019 9:03 am  Reply

    Sorry, again, if this is a bother. If there are other ways you’d prefer I messaged you to ask question then I’ll gladly accept! How are you able to make your bodyslide conversions for UNPCM look like they’re actually made for it? Whenever I try to convert something I get really badly distorted meshes to try to match the figure of the body…

    • Halofarm March 28, 2019 12:45 pm  Reply

      I don’t use bodyslide. I use blender. My conversions are done with old school methods and old school tools, but because I manually fit the outfits and fix stretching and UV issues and manually weight, the results tend to be significantly better than conversions made with bodyslide/outfit studio.

      • AenSeidhe April 12, 2019 10:43 am  Reply

        I see, and sorry for the late response! Is it possible to make the conversion via Outfit Studio and fix up the problems in Blender as well? My only problem seems to be really spiky mesh edges.

        • Halofarm April 12, 2019 10:48 am  Reply

          I suppose it would be in theory. I’m not really sure how outfit studio works. I imagine to get a fully weight-slider compatible mesh into Blender and keep it rigged, from outfit studio, would probably be quite a challenge. I’m not really sure how you might approach that. You might have to ask on somewhere like the nexus forums for answers to that question. I’m not well versed in outfit studio at all. I don’t even know much about BodySlide/

          • AenSeidhe April 14, 2019 6:58 pm 

            Alright, thanks. Do you think if I ask there they could help me with rigging the UNPCM body to a clothing that like? Or is this more of just being around meshing for a long time and honing your skills?

        • Halofarm April 14, 2019 7:04 pm  Reply

          Well, in my case, I know how to use blender so well because I’ve been using it for years, but outfit studio is made to be relatively easy for newcomers, so you probably just need to find some sort of tutorial or ask someone willing to explain. I don’t know for sure though, since I don’t use it. If you intend to learn to rig in blender, there’s a wealth of tutorials online, including on blender’s own site.

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