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Hello... gosh, I really need to clear away all these cobwebs and dust bunnies...

Anyway, I've started making things again, sort-of.

When I first converted the EA 'BahHaus' build set, I couldn't be bothered to convert the fence, but I've finally got my finger out and done it. And fixed a couple of bloopers. So, all the components of the set now have prices (sorry, no more free windows!). I've also realigned the diagonals for the two corner windows, so that they do now sit in the corner. Finally, I've also made centred versions of the two corner windows, because I wanted them. Et, voila!




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The second part of my gift is a whole bunch of content inspired by the lots posted above, but obviously can be used in other contexts too.

All sorts of odds and ends and bits and pieces... )

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It's about time I posted this here...

Snip, snip, snip... )

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Did everybody find these? My TBTO Summer Challenge gift for jensmustles...

Fun in the sun... )

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It's probably no secret that I think shasatakiss is altogether delovely, so when she asked me to make these meshes, and I discovered that it was her birthday, all in the same week, how could I resist? Unfortunately, I'm as slow as slow can be, so this is at least a month late, and probably more... so it's an unbirthday gift, for an unbirthday.

Included is my usual gold recolour for the frames. The meshes are slaved to Maxis 'Bella Squared' for the painting texture, but the frame texture is independent.

There are base-game (nothing special to say about this) and AL-friendly (will appear at the bottom of the wall when selected from the catalog and can be shifted to the desired height) versions included in the download; please select the correct one for your game and discard the other.

Since on their own the frames looked a little lonely, and as shasta seems to appreciate a cute print as much as I, I also made a handful of recolours of 'Bella Squared' to go along with them:

{preview courtesy of shasta herself}

And then I just went mad, and made some additional recolours for the BV travel poster too (because I came across too many cute pictures that were unsquare, but that I wanted to use anyway!):

{these will work with HugeLunatic's base-game version of the Maxis mesh, if you don't have BV}



Maxis for the original meshes
Various artists at Society6 for the artwork

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Just something oldish that's been buried in the GoS Wishing Tree for a while...

{matches the extracted TS3 deco sign by Chimerical}

Hello City

Sep. 19th, 2012 09:12 pm
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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!

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Come and get 'em... )

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This is pure self-indulgence really (but even if you're not a Whovian, there might well be something else for you under the cut). I can, however, think of one - maybe two - other people who might want this particular piece of art for their games!

Vwerrrp, vwerrrrp... )

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For those who haven't yet found mine (or anyone else's) Advent gifts at GoS, do come and have a look...

Previews and downloads under here... )

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Yet another request, this time for Emilia: TS2 conversions of some very cute accessories by Lemonleaf. The lovely Leesa really thinks you should download them today!

make Leesa happy, and come this way to download... )

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Part two of a request at GoS by Maaron - this time n-a-n-u's 'Selle Living' gets the conversion treatment:

Come on and jump to the beat... )

Art School

Oct. 6th, 2011 07:39 am
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Last month's theme at GoS was Art Nouveau. It's not a style that I've ever really paid much attention to before, but I discovered a bit of a love for it during the theme, and came up with this as my contribution: a beautiful piece of furniture by the incredible Scottish architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, translated from real life to the best of my ability.

There is more information about Rennie Mackintosh here, and on this piece in particular here.

Come and get me! )