Introduce Yourself Here Jul 29, 2020 3:21:39 GMT -5
Post by deathpoke1qa on Jul 29, 2020 3:21:39 GMT -5
The modding community really is huge! I'm constantly finding new creators to interact with and whose creations I enjoy. Of course, there'll always be room for new modders and I can't wait to see the creations you come up with in the future!
If you haven't done so already, check our our list of tutorials HERE! It's a great jumping-off point to start and they do a good job at helping you to learn the ropes of our S4S program and other applications like Blender. If you're having issues on one of your projects, you can go HERE for help, just make sure to check the forums beforehand to see if the issue you're having has already been resolved, if not: ask away! Finally, once you're ready to share your creations, consider opening up a Creator Studio HERE and sharing your cc with this community!
Regardless of what you make, there's bound to be tons of simmers who'd love to have your cc in their game!
I wish you the best of luck on all your future projects!
I've been playing the Sims 4 for six years now, and I've played a bit of the Sims 3 as well! I've always loved creating things and I'd love to see some of my own creations in the Sims, so I decided to jump into cc creation! It hasn't been going too well so far, so I'm hoping to improve and learn from you talented creators!
It's hard to believe that The Sims 4 has been out for so long! I was also a long time Sims 3 player before I made the switch. I'm sure you've already done this, but just in case, be sure to check out our list of tutorials HERE. Try some of them out and it'll help you get more acquainted to the program and it's features!
If you're having trouble with a project, be sure to check the Creator Help forums HERE and see if anyone else has had similar issues before. If you can't find any solutions, then ask! The moderators over there are super helpful! Once you've made something you're happy with, consider opening up a Creator Studio HERE and sharing your creations with the world! There's bound to be plenty of players who'd love to have your work in their games!
I hope all your future projects go smoothly!
my name's ash. i started playing the sims 3 around 2016 (that's very very late, ik), and last year i snagged the base game for ts4 while it was free on origin.
thanks to a streamer, i've gotten into the sims 4 more and decided to install some CC for my game.
i've also wanted to make some CC for myself, but so far i haven't really done much other than eye retextures and like 1 eyeshadow texture. i plan to do more in the future, though!
other than the sims, i just spend my free time either doodling or messing around in blender.
i look forward to meeting you all, and have a great day!
I'm actually kind of jealous that you got the game for free, I wish I had waited longer to start playing! It's awesome to hear that you've already got your foot in the door through cc creating and I hope you keep at it! As always, make sure to check out the Creator Help section HERE if you run into any issues while working on a mod and feel free to return to our list of tutorials HERE for any refreshers. Also consider opening up a Creator Studio HERE if you're willing to share the things you've made with this community!
I hope you keep experimenting with making cc and I can't wait to see the things you make in the future!
Yep! Even if an animation seems simple to make, it's always way more complex than it sounds. However, I believe in you and I'm sure you'll be finished with it in no time! If you're having any issues, make sure to seek help in the Creator Help section HERE. Just be sure to check beforehand to see if the issue you're having has already been solved. If not, ask away!
Once you're happy with what you've made, consider opening up a Creator Studio HERE and share it off to the world! Even if you decide not to, that's alright! Just make sure to leave nice comments and give a thumbs up to all your favorite creator's creations! It can really make someone's day!
Good luck on your animations and happy simming!