Post by DuncanDisorderly on Feb 9, 2016 4:54:59 GMT -5
Love everything! Thanks for sharing.
In TS3, I had built up a collection of animals and made a museum, inspired from The Museum of Natural History in New York. The museum has displays with stuffed animals in a mock natural setting. So, I did similar. I made rooms and put 3 tile floor to ceiling windows for the display side. It looked more effective in the basement I found. You could keep the corridors dimly lit. Using bright lights in the displays made an effective contrast.
Also had some dinosaurs, as well as various dino and animal skeletons that made a great display, using the combo of skeletons in the walkways and 'live' dinosaur displays.
A creator called Helen had made a variety of animals for the TS3 that I liked. In fact, I've been converting them for TS4. In particular, the fish, dolphins and whales she made. When Island Paradise was released, I was able to add some impressive live aquariums to the museum and my houses. With the Fog Emitter, I had koi ponds, shark tanks or a nice coral display.
Actually, an aquarium expansion pack would be amazing, I reckon. You could build your own tanks using pools or ponds. A great commercial idea would incorporate a SeaWorld type lot, with a profession attached for Marine Biologist. As well, you could go scuba diving in your own home-made marine environment. Sim mermaids that have lots under water would be kewl. You could have an octupusim garden. lol
Thank you, believe&become, I was looking around for some animals as I love putting them in my screenshots and I like to look upon a scene and see an animal grazing off in the distance. I miss pet's sooo much. I really can't wait for the expansion and I'm hoping they include some wild and farm animals at some point.
LOl bakie! And Marty, made me laugh too. :D Yeah it's creepy but it's not like my sims are sitting on the couch chilling with a few stuffed cats! To see animals out in the distance grazing or in a closeup screenshot, I think it looks good.
Last Edit: Feb 24, 2016 22:03:43 GMT -5 by jkaliszew
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