My version of Matthew Hamming from Bridgeport.
With all that money, he could afford some surgery…yes?

I didn’t keep him as an adult, I aged him down to YA, and I tried not to change too much but….he was rather…unfortunate looking….so I kinda had to haha.

I might re-do a good chunk of townies from random towns, maybe I’ll make it a project.
Click the pictures to enlarge them, they’re nicer quality that way ;]


I REALLY wanted jenba’s Windy Island Lighthouse and Chowder House in my game (seriously, they’re amazing!). But because I only ever play my EA Makeover save, I had to get a bit creative with it. Hence the above EA Makeover of Pier Palace occurred, which is heavily inspired by both of jenba’s lots all squished into one :) The only extra walls I added was the lighthouse tower. 


Llama Inferno is a makeover of EA’s Waterside Warble karaoke bar in the Spice Market district of San Myshuno. I kept the general footprint and style of the building but gutted the inside and redecorated completely. I also modified the surrounding porch and landscaping. It’s now set up to be a nightclub on the first floor and a karaoke bar on the second, so it fulfills the requirements for both venue types if you want to switch during gameplay.

  • Lot size: 30x30
  • Cost: §143,097
  • Venue Type: Nightclub or Karaoke Bar
  • Lot Location: “Waterside Warble” in San Myshuno
  • Required Packs: Get Together, Get to Work, City Living, Outdoor Retreat, Spa Day, Dine Out, Cool Kitchen, Movie Hangout, Perfect Patio, Luxury Party, Backyard Stuff, Kids Room, Winter Holiday (free stuff)
  • To install, download the ZIP file from the link below. Extract the folder and copy its contents (there should be 8 files total) into your My Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/Tray folder. 


**If you don’t want to install it using the Tray files, you can also find it in the Gallery under #jenba and Origin ID silrosse


(This is my first nightclub build, so I welcome any feedback, good or bad!)


I started making over the rest of Sunset Valley, rather than finish up the exterior of my beach house. What’s the point of having one beautiful lot when the rest of the world looks like crap? lol

This is the Wan-Goddard house, Raggio del Sole. In it’s description it is supposed to be an Italianate Victorian, and of course looked anything but. Now it’s kind of got a more Southern flair to it.


Sorry for the horrid screenshots. However I really think this house is a great example of what some small changes can do to an otherwise truly ugly house. This house was in Sunset Valley , and I didn’t touch a single wall in the whole house , all I did was change the roof , and the wall colours and voila!