yup it’s because of her hair, or more specifically the linez that make up her hairstyle. the more linez a style has the less linez they can wear in their clothes. that’s why bmp style babyz can wear everything normally. one way i kind of avoid this is i will usually put on the things that “need” the lines most to look normal first, then the things that aren’t as obvious without lines after. or i’ll just dress my linezy hair kids in less addball clothing and mostly stick to flat clothes or clothes with less lines!
it’s super annoying honestly i hate the linez limit but that’s just how babyz was made!
Oh I see! That's interesting to know! How can you tell how many linez something is going to have?
typically you can tell just by looking at an item. it’ll be the more detailed ones or ones that just LOOK like they have a lot of connective parts. for example in your photo, affy’s hairstyle does use a fair amount of lines and then the kigurumi hoodie uses several lines to connect the balls in the hood around the face and the cat ears, many more than the tail uses to connect just those four balls you see floating. however by the time you put the tail on all her lines were used up by her hair and the hood if that makes sense. “flat” clothing like t-shirts, pants, jumpers, etc don’t use any lines so those will work on any baby. all “3D” accessories use at least some lines to connect the balls together.
personally I generally like linez hair more - it can be clunky sometimes but it bugs me when a baby with bmp hair turns and often everything turns with it! I think a good compromise can be a mix of the two and I know some hexers have it down to a T!
linez hair is typically more dimensional although some hexers can achieve a sense of dimension with coloring and shading their bmp styles! there are also more hexers with linez styles because they were around first. bmp styles have only been around prominently for the last few years.
When bmp hair styles first came around, the art of making them look good from all angles hadn’t yet been mastered. It would look amazing when the baby was facing forward, but absolutely atrocious whenever it turned it’s head. It’s been honed into a fine art at this point, though. The hair bmps are drawn in pieces, so they move with the babyz head in a very natural way. I personally prefer bmp hairstyle to linez ones. Linez do have more dimension as Lacey said, but no flexibility. The lines move as though they are part of the baby, while the bmps move as though they’re attached, which looks more natural to me.
Plus as a hexer hexing with bmps? SO MUCH EASIER. Yes it requires more manual labor when you’re reusing the same hairstyle, because you essentially have to recolor the hairs piece by piece in photoshop for the colors you want, as opposed to just changing it in lnzpro. But the initial hexing? Like it’s so much faster.