Problem: Basically what the topic says. On every female Sim I have personally created in either BodyShop or CAS, their TEETH are OUTSIDE of their mouths. Odd, huh?
When I Noticed This: I had just gotten a new computer last week, and I installed Sims 2 EPs/SPs I own on a fresh computer, as well as needed patches. I made a female Sim in BodyShop to my liking, and she looked 100% normal. It was only when I moved her into a lot that her teeth jumped outside of her mouth.
Are all of these sims with this problem created from the same "starter" sim? I've had this problem crop up on some of my females and more rarely on males. It is a sculpting error--meaning by reshaping the mouth and lower jaw, I was able to correct it. However, in all cases, my teeth protrusion problem came up only when the Sim would make certain faces---like smiling or when performing one of the standard conversational facial expressions.
I could correct either by moving all facial features up on the face, then bring down the forehead, and pull up the chin to restore proportion. Or in most cases, I would have to thicken the upper and lower lips separately, and then use the slider to thin out the smile to restore the previous thinner lipped appearance.
I honestly can't tell if you're experiencing some sort of glitch, or if it is a problem with the facial sculpt. From the picture, it looks like the face wasn't sculpted broadly enough to accomodate the teeth. This likely wouldn't show up in Bodyshop, but I have seen it in CAS.
Do the teeth STAY out of the mouth or is this an intermittent problem?
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