...and here's the stage I edited together for Project May Ep 2
As usual all I did was assemble things together.

If you're gonna share this, please direct to this link because I will not repeat the instructions elsewhere.

I removed the pictures so you can put your own in. I'm not asking you to retexture the entire club, or apply physics, or guess the exact height of mount everest in the year 1666 in Tibetan measuring units for the password, it's just simple editing of changing the texture files of the posters, that is a basic editing task required for all who dabble in MMD, especially for ero-MMD in order to sexify your girls.

The table with the sex toys have been optimized so you can OP Parent bone them to the model as needed. Also included is the motion files to have them neatly arranged.

comes with motion files for the lighting and poster slideshow

Link for the stage DL:
https://mega.nz/#!boVhGITa!RSSO6jUUNDneFS5XilAC9_LTmJSXsPXcVF7-TUnFgGs

See it in action:
http://ecchi.iwara.tv/node/50908

EDIT: You will have to substitute the screens if you cannot render the subclip at 2560x720. The dual videos used in Project May Ep.2 are a single clip playing two videos side by side.
To emulate the look I used, you will have to learn to use the MME window. It's not rocket science. It is simple and requires only simple intuition to tweak the subsets.

For Advanced Users: (You must know how to use MME and manipulate subsets)
The poster's pmx file must be a tier higher in the model draw order, alternatively you can simply uncheck the appropriate subsets containing the club's pictures.
Recommended effects are Post Point Light and Autoluminous to brighten things and bring out the glow respectively. If they don't look bright enough, simply clear the appropriate subsets. Postmovie's controller is recommended for a darkening/hazy effect for the club.
It is not recommended to put autoluminous in a tier higher than postmovie.x in the accessory list.
Please note that using multiple Autoluminous files, the X axis and Z-rotation axis are shared among each other. (You use multiple autoluminous files to give different degrees of glow between the lanterns and stagelights, for example)

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4 comments

Nice job!

~( 'w' )~ thank you so much!

nice stage!
thank you.

You are welcome, have fun using the stage! ( 'w' )/ I want to see what you can do with it