Post by musicsimmer on Jan 30, 2017 18:54:52 GMT -5
Aviolina's Silent hill style upright piano was my all time favourite cc piano from ts2. Unfortunately, she's been inactive for many years and and I don't believe she even had a TOU, or at least none I ever found.
I supplied a picture because many of the sample pics on her GOS thread are missing.
Fortunately, the download is still up, the original download is posted here... it's at the bottom of the page (post# 614). If needed, I can PM you the original package as well.
It would mean a lot if someone would take a shot at converting this piano.
Post by musicsimmer on Aug 5, 2016 18:26:02 GMT -5
So I've looked everywhere for decorative switches and sockets to add detail to my sims vintage homes, but so far only white modern style ones have been made. I would so much love if someone would turn these photos I took of my own old switches and outlets into decorative details for my sims walls. They could be either wall decals or 3d meshes, thats your choice and I'd be happy either way. Also I would like sideways (horizontal) versions of the 2 socket types as well, since many old homes used this configuration at the baseboards.
...And here are the photos...
Thanks ever so much to anyone willing to give these a try.
Post by musicsimmer on Jul 9, 2016 16:43:33 GMT -5
I'm curious if anyone may be interested in converting the "Isosceles" floor Lamp from TS3 pets (the one that's an Edison bulb on a stand). Also, I would be super happy if someone could edit the mesh into a table and wall lamp (but only the antique bulb and it's socket, not the stand or hanger), that way my sims can have a replica of Edison's first bulb on their table, and possibly a bare antique bulb for their walls.
Here's a screenshot of the lamp...
...and a closeup of the 1879 bulb and socket, the main reason I need the lamp!
Thanks in advance, and thanks again to everyone who's helped me in the past.
Post by musicsimmer on Jun 26, 2016 16:21:15 GMT -5
Just wondering if anyone is willing to look into my other stained glass window request. That one will probably require a mesh be made, but would be ever so greatly appreciated. I've also noticed these would work great for the Halliwell Manor from "Charmed".
Here's another pic for inspiration...
You folks here are so nice here, and I would be oh so grateful if someone could take a shot at this window. :D
a little OT, but how did you make the farm roof look so perfect musicsimmer I've made and I'm probably going to recreate again the amityville house but the edges of the roof on the top half still look disconnected to the other parts of the roof.
That's alright. It's not too tricky, but it's hard to explain. I have a cc free version of my house on the gallery (origin ID: PianoCollector), I think I called it "Charming Cottage". The best way to to figure it out is to play around with someone else's roof and pick it apart (mine for example), thats how I learned over the years.
Post by musicsimmer on May 16, 2016 18:59:09 GMT -5
Hey there folks, I'm new here, but I've been playing the sims since "Sims 1". I dabbled in recoloring in the Sims 2, but now I only have a mac for Sims 4, so unfortunately I'm no longer able to use modding tools. Introduction aside, I'm hoping someone here may be willing to try making these 2 vintage window styles necessary for the in game recreation of my childhood home.
From what I remember about recoloring, these windows could possibly be made by editing or replacing the mullion overlay on a base game window like the "Octopane". Here's the example pictures...
... and here's a picture of the base game window that would be perfect as a base...
I'd love it if someone could make the windows in at least two colours, white and dark wood, and with the glass panes transparent.
My sincerest thanks to anyone who would like to give these a try, so my simself can finally have the proper windows in his house.
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