A side-by-side comparison, just for kicks. I think this is the first time I’ve tried to rebuild one of my Sims 3 houses for Sims 4. It definitely made me miss some things about TS3, like that criss-cross fencing and all of the great custom doors (I so miss two-tile doors with sidelights! Like the ones from Uni Life - those were my favorite). I also miss those lovely TS3 skies. We really need a sky mod for TS4! :)
One thing I liked better about building the TS4 version, though, was that I could add the trim between the two stories without having to fake it with wallpaper. XD I could also do that barrel roof over the front door without using CC. And I could add white trim to the roofs without needing a custom roof texture.
Thank you for the lovely comments about this build, everyone! <3 Since it seems like there’s some interest, I’ll finish it up, furnish it, and upload it, hopefully in the next couple of days. There will be some CC required, though.
I’m typing this up as I’m half-asleep, this was a pain in the bum to make… T^T. I wanted to try something different and it turned out much better than I expected. I’m not even sure if it looks like crochet, it kinda looks like mesh? I hope you guys like it anyway! Also, I’m probably never attempting something so complex ever again lol. (Oh, and I hope there aren’t anymore bugs this time. I seem to always release buggy things ;A; *crosses fingers*)
This single frame Rosetta navigation camera image of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko was taken on 20 May 2015 from a distance of 163.6 km from the comet centre. The image has a resolution of 13.9 m/pixel and measures 14.3 km across.
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This spacious block-like building houses the Oasis Springs art gallery. The gallery mainly displays abstract art, and has woodworking and painting facilities.
! Important !: Contains resized objects. For the objects to stay large, place this lot from the gallery onto a specific piece of
land of your choosing (so you should have that piece of land “open”)
instead of Town View. Placing this lot straight in Town View will
shuffle the carpets and revert objects to their original small size.
Search “Gallery of Modern Art”, ju1ka (ID) or #Jools.
claim as your own. Feel free to tag me (#jools simming or #joolssimming)
if you use my creations, I’d love to see what you’ve done with them.