Saturday, 15 February 2020

Colour Me Rug Series: 15 items with 20 styles


Do these look familiar? Well they should be. These are a remake of the original rugs I made many years ago. Unfortunately, they have seen better days and needed to be remade since the file formatting doesn't conform to the way CC should be made. I decided to take that opportunity to give them a little cleanup and add a few more types and styles. There are now 20 styles per colour, with green separated into light and dark, and a multi-colour and white style added. I know many have asked for more rugs, and this isn't what you all expected, but i do love giving my old content a new lease on life.

Saturday, 8 February 2020

Oasis-Chic Living - Outdoor Wicker Living Set with 18 Objects





This set has been in the making for a long time. It was originally supposed to be started when I did the speed mesh of the Wicker Throne chair, but couldn't get inspired for the other items. That finally changed and I came up with a design I loved, and wanted to make. So here it is, and I feel i need to make more wicker furniture now.

Sunday, 2 February 2020

Reclamation Point - A Small Recycled Island Home


My final, and probably my favourite home from early access with Tiny Living SP, this home is on the eclectic side and i imagined it to be more of a reclaimed home. Built from what can be scavenged and reused, it is well put together but also not devoid of character. Windenburg Island is the perfect place for this home, but i reckon it would work well in Brindleton Bay as well.

Saturday, 25 January 2020

Maine Street Living - Micro, Tiny & Small Home Series


I had early access to Tiny Living SP and had a lot of fun in the process. This is only 3 of the homes I built while i was trying it out. I really enjoy this pack, not only because it is different from what people expect, but it offers a challenge for builders and it well put together. The idea of this mini-series was to do a generational style development, and build a house for each tier. I decided to expand the one house to the maximum allowed tile count and this is what was created. 

Sunday, 19 January 2020

Dawking Cottage - Accommodation for the University of Britechester


Britechester is a wonderful world, but lets be honest, most of the builds suck so builders have something to do. This cottage is a remodel of the original lot which have a lot of untapped potential. I gave the entire building and overhaul, and now there is a pleasant cottage dorm for those after a bit of charm. I really love the new windows from this set, along with the stone walls and it came together perfectly here. And if you don't want a dorm, you could always change the lot type and convert it to a residential home as well.

Saturday, 4 January 2020

Goth Manor - A home makeover







Here to start of the year is a build I had a lot of fun working on, as well as it helping me to get back in the groove for a new year. The Goths are probably one of the most iconic, if not the most iconic, family in the Sims franchise. However, their home in Willow Creek left much to be desired. So after an ask on tumblr enquiring about it, I thought i might give it a go thinking i would scrap it (I actually did, 2 times before settling on this design). I love it and feel it embodies the way I picture the family and will definitely be using it in every new save. This is a standalone home from my Makeover of Willow Creek so it wont be a part of that in the future, so be aware of that.