Motoko 2.0 beta

Looks Motoko 2.0 beta 2

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So ... here we go again, i proudly present Motoko 2.0
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What is it?
Motoko is a robot look that consists of many clothing items layered like a onion and a script to hide the original body.
Everything you see is made with clothing items so it follows the models moves seamlessly and can also be changed with body morphs
everything started as a motoko kusanagi interpretation, but it quickly became a wild mix that isn't 100% ghost in the shell accurate anymore but still matches the setting and i am sure the major would have liked the mantis blades!
the funny thing is that you can't even see most of the shit when everything is fully applied, but you and your graphics card will know that the full robot skeleton is there... somewhere underneath the skin plates, that should reduce the fps but increase the immersion :ROFLMAO:
I am aware of the fact that this look comes with a excessive amount of clothing items. This is not because I'm having fun spamming your vam clothing section with 4 pages of stuff, but because I need this to create the look.You can't import internal clothing items so I sculpt everything slightly outside the body and shrink it inside after importing it to vam. But I can only adjust the offset for the whole clothing item so I got no other choice than separating every item that needs a different offset into a new clothing item.

What is new in Version 2?
Everything. The internals got a complete makeover, and the outer skinplates are now based on the high quality genesis 2 mesh (instead of the base mesh that i used with motoko 1), so everything is visibly smoother now.
I tried to make everything more believable so I took my time and added some hydraulics here and there, some other shit to make everything more dense, and when I added a esophagus that connects the inner mouth with the core I thought OK, maybe it is time to stop now because this is getting ridiculous.
I progressed in my geoshell-game (and found new ways to import this stuff), so the lips are now working and simply part of the geoshell so you dont have the lips and gens "situation" that the old version had and it should be a bit easier or more intuitive for you to modify the skin texture. For the genital area there is a geoshell overlay because since the skinplates require a offset of -45 to match skin level, i can't include the genitals directly with the skinplates because that area is too delicate for that.
But i guess a simple cover is better than the old situation, so ...
Big thanks to @Jackaroo for your support with the vam gens, that helped me a lot!

And yes, this version has no nipples and no belly button. She is a robot ... she doesn't need this puny human nonsense 😛. Since this is currently only the beta version, I wanted to use this skin. In the final look there will be different presets available with different texture options so don't freak out yet if the lost nipples are a dealbreaker for you. Everything will be fine later, you have to trust the process! 😄

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With motoko 2 there comes one new feature in form of wearable mantisblades. @Ark1F1 was kind enough to provide me the base model of the blades so i could try converting it to a clothing item instead of a cua. The skin color is changable and it uses the regular gen2 limbs texture. You can deactivate the blades by simply undressing the clothing item. There is a clothing item called mantis blade cover to attach some small skinplates to cover the hole when the blades are not equipped.
This clothing item is designed for motoko, but there will be a "stand alone version" of the blades that you can download from ark's resources.

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The new motoko has 3 layers: a robotic skeleton, one layer of white plastic plates and a layer of more dense skinplates that use the genesis 2 textures so you can also use your own textures.

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Everything is way more dense and one of the biggest upgrades for me is the new skull.
The upper half of the skull is attached only to the upper teeth, the jaw is attached to the lower teeth.
That was the only way to make a clean skull import inside the head with a fully working jaw, but it has it's limits.
If you have custom morphs going on that heavily impact the teeth (like extreme head shape pear or any direct morphs to the teeth, the skull might deform in a unpleasant way.
But you can fix this with the guide from @SupaRioAmateur since the import method is the same, you just have to reset the teeth instead of the inner mouth section.

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Compared to motoko 1 there is one new layer in form of white plastic plates. These new plates can be worn underneath the outer skin plates, but for the face and genitals you should undress the white plates if you use the look with the outer skinplates (you couldn't see the white plates for the face and gens anyway so it doesn't make sense to wear it underneath).
The white plates for the Face and Genital are only meant if you want to use motoko without the outer skinplates.
Since these plates are white by default with black decals, you can easily change the colors in vam

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unlike motoko 1, version 2 uses the original eyeballs (so you can easily change the eye colors), but i made a wearable overlay for cybernetic eyes to enhance the robotic look. they are not glowing by themselves, but the spec settings are so high that they get really bright as soon as there is light anywere. you can of course change the light colors or undress it if you don't like it.



I think i don't have to tell you that his stuff is highly experimental and if you go nuts with custom morphs like giant breasts or whatever, i am almost sure there will be some inner parts poking out. If so, you could try to fix it yourself by reducing the offset of the problematic part a bit further or just leave it off


To Use this look in other scenes, you just have to make a Look preset and load the motoko2 script to hide the base model (or just make a script preset, which is even easier)
The Look comes as a scene. To save and transfer it to any model in any other scene you need to make a preset for the look and a preset the script so you can just load these two presets.

First go to the Control & Physics Tab of the model, then Save Look and name it motoko for example
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Then go to Plugins presets and create a Plugin preset and call it also motoko
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The script is needed to hide all bodyparts of the regular vam figure except the eyes and eyelids.

That is it!

After you created the presets, you can go to any other scene, mark the female and load these two presets that you just created by going to the Control & Physics 1 and the Plugins Presets tab and select your saved presets by pressing the "select existing" button in the upper left corner.


If you encounter any problems with this look in action, please let me know.
I will update this look once more as soon as the Futa version is finished.

have fun!
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I'm not in cyborgs but this is the work of a pro. *thumbs up*
hello friend It is an incredible accessory but could you pass me the parts of this model by obj format please
It's so great
Don't you have plans for the Futa version?
Amazing work!
this is top class
I bet 'she' feels confined, only free to expand 'herself' within boundaries. Maybe in VAM 2.x a 'Puppetmaster' AI can add a 'Ghost' to this 'Shell'.

Don't get it? Watch the 1995 movie release of 'Ghost in the Shell'.
This is not just my favorite Anime. It is my all time favorite Movie!
Ignore the 2017 Scarlett Johanson movie version. It is a dumbed down action version. I must have watched the original movie 10+ times and I'm still not sure I understood the deep philosophy and plot fully. But I don't have to, the soundtrack and visuals alone are excellent. Watch it!

Motoko 2 is mainly based on the movie character Major Motoko Kusanagi.
She works for 'Section 9'. A kind of special law enforcement & cyber security unit. This VAM model shows the logo on her shoulder.

The materials all have a slightly used look. Little scratches here and there. Some logos are faded. Removing the outer layers reveals a scary metal skeleton, wires and hydraulics.

You better cooperate with her or she will rip your guts out in a blink of an eye with her (optional) Mantis Blades from Cyberpunk 2077.

It is hard to classify what she actually is with the movie philosophy in mind.
Cyborg? Human? Robot? Android?

The cyberpunk style, character-reference, countless customization options, high quality and deadly Mantis Blades combine this into an artistic MASTERPIECE!

If I had to nitpick (and that's hard) it's the hairstyle. It could be more 'original'. The sides cover her face to much and there should be not ponytail.
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Thank you for putting your thoughts into this, so I will do the same.
This look started as a concept for testing internal clothing imports. As I progressed and got better, I changed the direction on where I want to go with this look 2 times before I went the gits direction because the setting is fitting for my look and motoko is simply the sexiest robot I can think of. I never wanted to do a 100% accurate port of motoko because... Well... The real motoko obviously has full skin and it would be nonsense to put a full skeleton underneath if you can't even see it 😅

This is why I made some skinplates that have visible seams and some open areas with the purpose to see the inner skeleton for this whole look to make sense and I tried to find the right balance between skin and robot. Turns out that creating cool looking skinplates is way harder than I thought.

By not committing to a strict copy I thought adding the mantis blades is a good idea because it fits the setting seamless and I have room for creativity.

To the hair: to be honest I just can't do good looking motoko hair myself so I just picked something existing that looked good to me and is not too far off motoko's style
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