I've had these 95% complete for a while now, so it was time I finished them off and uploaded them. Just to clarify, these are the 'basic' versions of the TS3 Late Night buildings - i.e. they just sit there, looking buildingish, and don't light up at night. However, there is also a bonus wharf building, two cranes (with flashy red lights on top!) and some scaffolding included.
We are still working on the lit versions, and they'll be ready when they are ready. ;)
In the meantime, enjoy!
It's that time of year again! Yes, Christmas-in-July at GoS has come, and gone, but the goodies remain.
Firstly, I was lucky enough to have Sentate as my santa, and if you haven't already done so, you must go and grab my amazing gift:
Also, since both my own santees decided to share their gifts, I thought I might as well post them here too.
For Eva (eefje00704) I made a set of medievalish-themed stuff, including 'hood deco, walls, floors and terrains, and some recolours of the Maxis roof:
For Izza (sims_by_izza) I made a set of dresses with stompy boots, Pook'd makeup and vintage wallpapers:
( More pictures and downloads of everything under here... )
( There's more under here, come and see! )
Another small offering today: a small selection of trees (six in all) turned into neighbourhood deco, as requested at GoS by Casiotone.
Not much to say except that they have the same number of polys as the original build mode versions, so I'd suggest that you use them sparingly if you have a lower spec computer/graphics card.
Also, there are two versions: one categorized as flora (which, like the Maxis trees, will fade in lot view) and the other categorized as landmarks (which will not disappear in lot view). Take your pick!
DOWNLOAD N'HOOD TREES AS LANDMARKS
The files in each set have the same names and GUIDs, so you can't have both at once I'm afraid!
Ann(?), Phoenix Phaerie, Murano and Maxis for the original meshes and textures.
ATTENTION NEW DOWNLOADERS - I have now released a NEW VERSION OF THE DERELICT FLATS (all other buildings remain unchanged), which you can find HERE.
Keeping up with tradition, I once again managed to post my own contribution to the GoS monthly theme ('Apocalypse' this time around) at the very last minute...
(Oh, and as it says, this is only part I - I've got plenty of ideas and resources for another couple of sets, and just need to find the time to put the two together.)
( A small helping of pic-spam, just to give you a better idea of what you're getting, plus download of course... )