Heeeyyy what’s this, some cc from me? That’s right y’all. I’ve got a cute little sailor dress and hat for your toddler sims!

The dress is categorized as female, but obviously you can use it on male sims. The hat is categorized as male and female. The hat and the sailor collar are also NEW MESHES by me, which means they probably look meh so pls be nice to me. It also has all lods, categorized (for the most part), and thumbnails.

Big shout out to @lumialoversims for helping me bc im suddenly a noob who can’t figure out weights anymore!

download: sfs (1.3 mb zipped)

anonymous asked:

Hi, I'm kind of new to planning out my writing, My story needs conflict and I'm not quite sure how to go about structuring a plan, If you have any tips or ideas I would much appreciate it. Thank You xx

Hello there!

I’m normally not much of a plotter, but I’m giving it a try on my current project. I’m using Tara Ison’s Story Maps method and it seems to be working out so far!

You can also try out 1000storyidea’s zigzag method, in which your characters keep moving closer and father from success. 

I use Scrivener for my writing, so I’m able to organize chapters based on the different steps in the Story Maps structure. This helps remind me where in my arc I’m supposed to be.

Here is a super pro-tip! Break down the plot of a novel you’ve recently read. As a class assignment, I had to break down the plot of a novel using the Story Maps format.

It took a fair amount of time and ended up as 2 pages of describing the novel’s plot, but it really, really helped me understand plot on a deeper level!

I made a Word doc version of my breakdown so you can see what I mean. I analyzed Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater, and there ARE spoilers! (Click here to download

At the end of the day, the main takeaway is that you need to make things difficult for your character. Keep throwing things in their way that push them farther away from their goal. Sometimes it’s a case of “one step forward, two steps back”… and that struggle is what builds conflict.

As another general rule of thumb, it’s good to start stacking up problems to build up the tension. Meaning, don’t introduce a problem in chapter 1, only to solve it in chapter 2. Instead, let that problem simmer for multiple chapters, all the while you keep introducing new problems that build up and really put on the pressure.



Hey Plumbobs!

This is a collab with the amazing @smubuh, she was kind enough to collab with me, and although this took me a long time to finish, she was super patient with me, and you should go check her out! She built the infrastructure of the house, while I did the landscaping and furnishing of the house. This was super fun and hopefully you guys like it. You can find it under the gallery as Belterra House (Done) or the unfurnished version of this house on Smubuhcakes gallery under Belterra Family house. You can also find this furnished version of the house under my gallery ID, AUNGSHUMAN (It’s my dad’s account). This house has 3 beds and 3 baths, but can easily be 4 bedrooms, because there is an office, and a playroom, which could be a potential room. Hopefully you guys like it! I have a collab with @sweetpeassims coming up soon, so stay tuned!!!

 *There is no CC in this house*

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