POP Horror Parts

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So I am wondering if there is a parts pack for the character generator I am missing for the POP! Horror packs. I own all the ones I could find, POP Slasher Forest, the character packs 1 and 2, and the City pack. These come with like 16 different characters(6 are unusable for me), but I need a few more for my game. I was wondering if there is at least maybe another parts pack I could buy to use in the character generator that might be close at least? From what I can see there is only like 7 generator packs to chose from and they are all themed on the default graphics for MV sadly. I hope I am missing something? Or if I could get in touch with the pack owner to make me some for pay I would be willing to. I tried looking up who made them, but it doesn't say on the store page or how to get in touch with the person.
 
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No, there are not generator parts for the Pop style. Vexed has an itch page, not sure how active she is there though and if it would be a viable way to try to get in touch. She’s had a lot of real life stuff to deal with and hasn’t been around as much.

You may need to post a Classified ad if/when you can see access them seeking someone to make the characters for you.
 

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Sorry, first of all. I do realize I am replying to an old post...

I have been playing around with this idea to convert them into generator parts. For myself to use. But I found it much easier and faster to use the broken up parts in my editor (GIMP) than in the character generator. They would need an external generator though.

Instead of a huge library of generator parts, I just cut out the pieces of clothing I want to use, then I recolor it and drop them on a new character. (The set includes base files for characters). Then I save the clothed part as a new layer, so I can easily recolor it with 1 action again in the future.

Other than it being easier to edit them, I also choose not to convert them into generator parts, because not all characters have the same size. This means a chubby guy can only wear a few of the existing outfits, and a slim guy becomes chubby in a chubby outfit.

If you are still looking for an easy way to get more characters in the same style, let me know. (As I said, I realize this is an old post.) I can show you how to do recolors in this set easily, quickly and stunningly! (Meaning, almost as stunning as the original) I will not make them for you, but I am happy to teach you how, so you never need anyone to make them for you ever again.
 

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