by 0x336685bb3a96e13b77e909d7c52e8afcff1e859e (michitodd)
This is a simple governance to request eye material be updated to include same structure as Hair MAT and Skin MAT to be used on 3D assets.
Currently Eye MAT setup only works with 2D png upload but many users in the past have wanted to utilise this as a colour swatch to improve customisation and design opportunities. This is a request to keep current structure but also allow an additional ability to use EYE_MAT on 3D wearables also.
There have been 3D assets, skins or new designs that cannot customise their eye colours due to the limits of the current Eye_MAT structure. After the implementation of RGB hair, the demand has increased for Eye_Mat to be reviewed.
This can even go further to implement Skin_Mat and Eye_Mat to be a RGB style tint rather than set colours moving forward for more design outcomes.
If governance is successful an update will be added to the product teams roadmap.
Hahaha so currently eye material can’t be used on 3D assets and is quite limited. This is a request to make it similar to hair and skin which can be used in any way on the avatar ~
The design options it would create are things like earrings that match eye colour, skins with custom eye colour or even custom head designs having the ability to change eye colour.
I don’t think this is a valid implementation. An implementation for a governance proposal is something concrete the DAO Committee can act on to complete the proposal.
This is more a feature request implementation than a governance proposal implementation.
This is brilliant. I love the idea of changing eye colors but Having an option to change skin textures with .png images outside the current skin mat would be amazeballs. I would like to do more tattoo wearables and with the current method there are limitations to what other wearables can be paired with the tattoos without clipping issues. I like what I’m able to do with it but for my only current complaint, I believe this would solve the issue. And I’m positive there are many other beneficial use cases.
If I am understanding correctly. Please let me know if i’m way off in my thoughts lol
maybe the skin thing is a whole different issue outside of the tinting idea?