Hello, all. Sorry for the lack of updates. I may or may have not gotten addicted to FFXIV.
The holiday season kicked off today where I live, so I think it's a great time to release some festive objects. This one is an edit of a Simcredible object (original mesh, which is required, is separate, as per their rules) from the Winter Soothing set. (at sims4.simcredibledesigns.com/, set is under Dining Rooms - currently page 3, the required object within, which can be downloaded individually, is called "LightColumn")
This original is a column and lights set. My edit has the lights separated so they can be placed anywhere you want (you will need the bb.moveobjects cheat to place them "on" anything, though), from different columns, tree trunks, light poles and more. In addition, I recolored the lights to give them more fun, festive colors.
Hello, all. I'm pleased to bring another object for holiday decorations!
Throughout the years I've always seen this kind of decorations IRL and have adored them. However, I had never seen anything of the sort in The Sims, CC or otherwise. So I set out to fix that. This creation was created using two different pre-existing meshes which I will credit below.
A bit high poly for the kind of object. Any lower and it just falls apart.
Low: Vertices: 4755 Polygons: 4870 Credits: Original Objects: Candy Cane model by Microsoft @ Sketchfab and Ribbon model by tokei @ Sketchfab Sims 4 Studio (Wishes) Blender 2.76 & 2.83 PhotoShop Elements 9#holiday
Hello, all. This recolor was actually among the very first modding I did - a year ago, but I didn't see any reason to open a studio for these alone back then, so here they are, finally!
I really liked this tree when EA made it in Seasons, but I wanted some more traditional Christmasy colors - red and green, and also the peppermint colors (because I have a tree myself like that). I hope others might appreciate these.
Requires Seasons Expansion Pack.
Credits: Original Object: EA/Maxis Sims 4 Studio (Wishes) Blender 2.76 PhotoShop Elements 9
EA's trees are cute, but always so big and awkward to place. So I resized this one to fit into one tile. =) Also, as you can see, it's thinner altogether, which provides for a slightly different style.
It includes all of EA's original swatches plus the three I added to the original Holiday Spruce in my last upload.
Requires Seasons Expansion Pack.
Credits: Original Object: EA/Maxis Sims 4 Studio (Wishes) Blender 2.76 & Blender 2.83 PhotoShop Elements 9
Last Edit: Dec 13, 2020 21:23:01 GMT -5 by Virelai
(Note: The original upload did not have blank bump and spec maps. I didn’t see any issue with them in the game, but it was my mistake for not fixing that before release. It is fixed now.)
Hello all. I'm super excited to bring this wreath of Honeywell's to The Sims 4. The wreath is a part of Honeywell's The Sims 2 Holiday Roof Lights Set. I highly recommend this set to anyone who plays The Sims 2. It is astounding for holiday decorating and if I had the ability, I would mod this whole set to both The Sims 3 and The Sims 4 (along with future The Sims titles). It is that good.
The wreath is a nice and simple lit wreath. I took care to assure that all of the original variations and swatches of the object were converted. This includes four different bow colors (alongside one variation without a bow), as well as three different colors of the lights. Just like Honeywell's original, any variation of bow can be matched with any variation of lights:
It comes in two different versions, one vertical and one horizontal. The vertical one is straight from the set, while I edited it to create a horizontal one as well because I really like the straight design.
It comes in three different swatches, the same ones you'll see for the previous upload's lights (EA's original swatches for the original lights back in TS2):
Happy Winter Solstice, everyone! (Or Happy Summer Solstice, if you live in the Southern Hemisphere). Today I'm pleased to bring some lights for a couple of plants: Bulbous Bush and Norway Spruce.
These come with the same three swatches as the other the last couple of uploads (as can be seen in the image), as the light models are derived from Honeywell's Holiday Roof Lights set again. So they are the original The Sims 2 style.
SimFileShare is not uploading for me at this moment, so I had to upload them on my Google Drive. My apologies.
It's been a long while since I've converted a statue! I'm just not as good at scaling them down as TheJim07 and I know it, but I still would like to convert some over for myself if I take a liking to them. So why not share it?
This statue of Mercury is found in the park at Schönbrunn Palace. Here, Mercury is portrayed playing a flute, leaning up against the trunk of a tree with various other items on it.
The excellent free 3D model of this sculpture comes from noe-3d.at @ SketchFab. As one might expect, this is a high poly object. Download if you feel your PC can handle it.
Information: Requirements: Base Game Price: 7000 Simoleons Found in: Decorations -> Sculptures High: Vertices: 10027 Polygons: 9783
Medium: Vertices: 7654 Polygons: 6847
Low: Vertices: 4474 Polygons: 3423
Credits: Model: noe-3d.at @ SketchFab (see above for link) Sims 4 Studio (Wishes) Blender 2.76 PhotoShop Elements 9
My apologies for yet another hiatus. I've had plenty of ideas, done plenty of work, but my PC is old and has had all kinds of issues. Thankfully, CCleaner has come to the rescue and hopefully can keep it going until I have the income to buy a new PC.
I know this isn't my usual content. Do I even have any usual content? But worry not this will not become a Pokemon uploading studio. I just love these Pokemon, and made the toys for myself, so why not release for everyone else as well?
These are high poly relative to their size, so beware.
Hello all. I was thinking we needed some decorative sheet music and I remembered that The Sims 2 Free Time may have had something like that. I was going to convert it myself, but SimPe and Ultimate Collection is not a good combo (I thought I had fixed the issue in the past, but apparently not). Luckily, Ozyman4 had already converted the item.
I set out to separate the sheet music from the rest of the clutter, and after a lot of PhotoShopping I succeeded...somewhat...don't look too close at the music.
Seeing as this is a conversion of a The Sims 2 object, I cloned this from a base game object and it does not require Ozyman4's mesh, but if you want it, you can find it here.
Requirements: Base Game Price: 25 Simoleons Found in: Decorations -> Clutter
Vertices: 22 Polygons: 14 (all three LODs are present, BUT they're all the same size since it's already so small in size) Credits: Model: Maxis, Ozyman4 Sims 4 Studio (Wishes) Blender 2.76 PhotoShop Elements 9#music decor
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