Friday, September 12, 2014

Try This Out

So you can download this table. I am not really very confident in it right now, so play with it, and if it has problems or you have constructive critisism that might improve it, let me know?

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Another Dining Set

Lucite Dining Table
3 Chairs
Buffet (moves up and down wall)
Pear Pendant
*Note: If you tested the pendant, this will overwrite.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

A Little Help

I have struggled for years with the idea of donations. I don't have any issue donating to creators that I admire or download from, but when it comes to my own things, I feel, well, unworthy in some way. I have paid for my own hosting for a number of years now and it has never been a problem. It isn't terribly expensive, but the past two years have been a financial struggle for both Eric and I. I didn't know how we'd even pay for hosting this year, and so, we're asking for a little help.

I think it's a normal human response, when someone donates that you want to thank that person, give back in some way. If I do get any donations, the best I can do is thank you from the bottom of my heart. I know that financially, times are challenging for most people. I would make a small gift as a thank you, but people tend to consider that as holding content hostage and I don't want to go down that road. My own personal opinion is that a small thank you gift is just that - a huge thank you! I just don't want to open myself up to the usual arguments that arise over that. It's old and worn out. So basically, what I am saying is that there will be zero content that you only get if you donate. What I will try to do, as I am trying still to recover from the ridiculous health episode earlier this year, is create a bit more. For now I will still be making things for Sims 3. I can't say that at some point I will not make things for Sims 4, but for now I can't afford the game, nor do I have much interest in it.

There is now a donation button at the top of this site, and if you feel you can or want to help out, it would be so sincerely appreciated. Thank you!

Friday, November 15, 2013

New Bedroom


The set includes the bed, pillow for the bed, pillow for a chair/sofa, dresser, 3 hanging lamps, one wall lamp, bench with 3 slots on each end for putting clutter on, a small vase, large vase with branches and a small table.

There is more for this set that I have not completed yet - hopefully that will be finished soon.


Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Small Kitchen Set

It's been such a long time! I have had quite the year with some health issues and finally surgery on my right arm that has kept me from really being able to create anything new. I had started a kitchen set last year and rather than toss it and move on, I decided to force myself to finish it. The main reason being the door which probably consumed any last brain cells I had. It was not an easy thing for me, but I think it works. Wow.
Some notes about this kitchen:

Sink: When tested in my game, it obviously works on this set. I found it to work with every EA counter, but none of the CC counters except this one. I should mention I only have 2 CC counters in my game. However, another tester found that it also worked with EA counters and many of her CC counters.

Terrarium: It is about 1800 polys. If that is too high for you, it is clearly labled and easily deleted.

Counters: There are two - one with drawers and one with doors. As usual, they are only available as Sim3packs, but everything else is package format if you so choose.

As always, if you have any issues that I missed, please post here. I will always fix anything that I am able to fix.

Huge thanks to Laure for helping to test, Eric for his help looking things over and his invaluable suggestions, and finally to Sandy who helped me with an issue with a different sink that I chose not to pursue. Still, thanks for your time and knowlege Sandy!

The chairs, painting and rug in the picture are from Eric's gift set to SF Magazine in which he was
recently interviewed. Yay, Eric!

2 Counters
Pendant Light

Saturday, October 29, 2011

All Objects + Beds Updated For Pets

All the objects on this site, including beds, have been updated for pets. Everything should work just fine, but if you encounter any problems please let me know here. If you have already used one of the fixer programs on your CC, then you shouldn't need to download my files again, but it doesn't address beds, so please make sure you get the updated beds.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

New Living Room

I finally completed a living room idea that was rolling around in my head for months. I started most of these things back in March, but I lost momentum and almost tossed it in the recycle bin. It can be hard for me to revisit things that I have already done.

The living set consists of a large 3 tile sofa, a smaller 2 tile bench, various pillows, a tall cabinet, a trio of mirrors, a glass table lamp, a coffee table made from a tree stump, a piece of framed fabric for the wall and some glass pears in a dish. There are some things to note about this set. First, the sofa I really made for me. I wanted a more modern sofa for my game, but I wanted some detail and I wanted the challenge of making it low poly. The sofa is 4400 polys, which isn't too bad for a 3 tile object. It goes over the limit by about 266 polys per tile. I try very hard to keep things within the recommended limits, but if something requires a lot of detail, I want to keep everyone informed so they can make their own choice. I very much doubt that this would cause problems for anyone's game, but ya never know! Secondly, the pillows do not need a cheat to place - extra convenient for lazy people like me who hates having to do cheats when decorating!

I would like to point out that some of the items shown in the screenshots are available at B5Studio. The adorable tree stump chairs, the mirrors behind the sofa and of course the rugs and lovely screen made of doors. There are a lot more goodies that he made to go with his set, too - lamps and more mirrors - Oh! And how could I forget? The beautiful lucite console table, too!

Off to start B's bed!