inabadromance it was in TS4 )). I couldn't play TS3 when I first saw what sims looked like... Never got over it so I completely skipped entire TS3. That's why I don't feel that bitter about not seamless world and cartoony style of the game :D.
I did. One of my sims was pregnant, and her husband cheated on her right in their house when she was at home. She was so unhappy and angry for a few days that I regretted doing this. I didn't really like that guy that I made for her, so I was planning to divorce them and find her another husband. But time passed and she got calm and happy again, and I decided to leave this family like this. What is interesting that she never got "want another baby" moodlet anymore, despite of the fact that she has "loves children" trait. I wonder if it has something to do with her husband's affair in the past.
So far there is no way to do this if you want to make it as a standalone item, not an override. As an override you can find "head" (by typing "head") in Studio, clone it, delete the ear and modify that area, delete the eye and import mesh back. Downside of this method is that all townies, and all of your sims in the game won't have an eye or ear. So so far there is no solution for this...
Hi @eiyr, just wanted to add that you can search for terrain resources on official TheSims forum. Simgurumodsquad has provided the list of them here and here. What I did is created an empty .package, ran Game file cruiser and searched DST resource by instance number. When I found needed DST I pressed "include in current .package" and saved. This way you create an override.
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