Apr. 1st, 2012 11:46 am


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I've had this idea since Sims 2 was first released, but I had no clue about making mods or meshes or anything. Now that I've made some stuff and used milkshape I figured I might give it a go. I'm having some weird problems though and I need to sort them out before I can share. Basically the actual seat part disappears and just the lid remains and it spins and sparks in the air instead of sitting on the ground. I know there are two other mods like this with an anvil and a piano. I've taken a look at them, but don't really like how they are made. I'd rather just replace the gmdc for the satellite and the texture to keep the package size small. Once I figure it out I will share the completed file. I just thought some of you might get a kick out of it. Also if anyone has a clue about fixing it I wouldn't mind some pointers. :)
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Ugghhh... smoothing skintones is such a chore!
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I've been trying to find a new skin set that I like. I'm a little picky about this stuff because I like to have a wide variety of colours to choose from as well as all the morph stages represented. Most skin sets I've found only have one texture per age group so fat/fit sims look the same as average body sims. I also like my sims to be barbie only below the belt, but not on top.

The current set I'm using are Aquilegia's You Are What You Eat but I'm getting bored with only 12 varieties. Since I don't think there are any add-on sets already out there (its very very hard to google things like this anymore), I decided I'm going to try and take this on myself. I have never made skins before so I have no idea what I'm doing. I am going to try using [livejournal.com profile] trappingit's colour actions to fill in the gaps of the existing colours already made. Wish me luck! I have no clue what I'm doing. :D 


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