deco piece

Fences & Hedges Set will be released in the next 12 hours and while i’m preparing a download post, let me show you one more thing.

These are slope pieces from the set and this pic actually shows what you will able to do with them.
There are still lots of limitations (I’ve created only 3 grades for each hedge/fence type), but it can work pretty well combined with ‘hood terrain modifying cheat since every grade based on terrain lifting/lowering ’clicks’ (from 1 to 3).

x Alison Sudol’s Queenie Goldstein from Fantastic Beasts and where to find them 

I’m going to post this here and mark this as done otherwise i’ll be touching up on it for weeks to no end ;; I love Queenie so much as a character i felt like doing a art deco inspired piece for her ^^ I might do one for Newt as well and sell them as card prints !! 

Oh, and one more thing for today. @mysimmylicioussims asked the other day if I could recolor decorative road pieces @jodeliejodelie did. She wanted it to match @curiousb road default replacement. Well, I hope I’m not breaking the rules doing it just like that, but here they are:

Matches almost perfectly with original road thanks to Material Definition property ‘stdMatDiffCoef‘ with value 0.7,0.7,0.65

Credits: I’d like to thank @curiousb for this great road default. It’s too ‘urban style’ for my hoods, but I love the quality and may be I will use it at some point in the future. Really decent work! Thanks to @jodeliejodelie for making these great maxis match recolors of my one and only road piece, making possible to add intersections, dead ends and curves.

And thanks @mysimmylicioussims for this request!

Download it from SFS

P.s. They are clones, so it’s okay if you have some other road pieces installed already.

hetaliawhovianfreak  asked:

So I'm sorry if this is really vague, but there's a certain type of slime I like that's clear slime and it has little things in it like clay animals or mini patterned erasers (hopefully that makes sense). What is this called, so I can search for videos of it, and where would you buy the little trinkets put in the slime, so I can make it myself?

this is just a type of deco slime and i don’t think there’s a particular name for it but you can buy certain types of deco pieces from a store like michaels 


Not everything mid-century was modernist, all due respect for the Eames inclined. The 60′s and 70′s also saw a continuing decorator interest in styles like Hollywood Regency, and (as we see here) pseudo-rococo and faux art-deco pieces that featured mad blends of both classic touches and contemporary materials and forms. Basically, all that fantastic “shabby-chic” you see designers throwing around gets it’s foundation right here. As shown in the photo, our Noblestown Rd. location has just received this particularly outrageous interpretation of said themes, a cushioned high back chair that is absolutely screaming for some TLC. With some love and attention this could really be something fantastic, and at a price of $44.99 we are hoping someone will do just that. The weather is just not on our side the next few days so why not stop by and check it out? Have a great one thrifters! 


Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Cartier platinum, diamond and sapphire necklace (1936/1937)

This neckalce is a fine example of the Art Deco pieces for which Cartier is famed.

Marjorie Merriweather Post amassed one of the most important private collections of Cartier jewelry during a time when the luxury jeweler was arguably creating its most important pieces.