Latest Blog Headlines
Sep 11, 2010Retirement
May 13, 2010Exams Time
Apr 25, 2010New Tutorial, New Lots, New Meshes!
Apr 13, 2010Meshing!
Jan 28, 2010A New, Magical Place...
Jan 18, 2010Apology for my Absence
Nov 25, 2009World Adventures and New Lots
Nov 14, 2009Chic Tiles Revisited
Nov 08, 2009The Glass House
Oct 28, 2009The Sealuxe: Livable Yacht
Blog post added Sep 11, 2010 | 9 comments
I've decided to retive from my position as SA. I havn't really got the time any more and have really lost interest. Please continue to enjoy all of my creations even while I am no longer here! I am still finishing a world at the moment though, so that should be along some time ;)
Thanks for all of your support in the year or so that I've been here :)
Blog post added May 13, 2010 | 1 comments
Over the next few weeks I have several exams at school. I need lots of time to study so won't be creating for a few weeks :)
Blog post added Apr 25, 2010
As I am sure you can see - I've been very busy recently! A new tutorial is now available on Boat Building for those of you who have ever wanted to learn. I've made another stylish mesh set - this time a dining set, plus 2 more lots are available: The Marlin and Woodpecker Residence. More to come soon, although I'm not quite sure what.
Blog post added Apr 13, 2010 | 3 comments
As you may have noticed - I have finally learned to mesh! My tropical decor set and smeg fridge are already uploaded. Next in line is the ModoModo kitchen!
This will be a 6 piece set - the two counters and stove you see here, plus sink, matching bar counter, barstool. It's already half done! :D
Blog post added Jan 28, 2010 | 3 comments
And there it is! The blue squares you can see are residential lots, the yellow ones are community lots. I haven't got round to building yet; world creating takes a very long time. Eventually, the hill will be scattered with luxurious gated mansions, while there will be cheaper houses downtown. I've got plans for a few especially beautiful ones overlooking the park!
The downtown area will host most of the rabbit holes and normal community lots; The Shops, Library, Art Gallery etc. The Military Base and Science lab will be located above the town behind the hill, hidden away from the beauty and glamour of Far Far Away.
Another area of the map will be the smaller Village, with medievil style homes (like the ones in Veronaville for Sims 2). This is where Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and Goldilocks all live.
But what would a magical kindom be without a few evil Witches and Wizards? The other side of the kingdom, across the river, hides a darker past...
Tell me what you all think of the layout so far! :D
Blog post added Jan 18, 2010 | 1 comments
You may have noticed that I have not been creating much recently. This is for several reasons. Firstly, I have several important exams at the moment, so I am busy studying for them at the moment. They will be over in a few weeks though. Secondly, I have been working on a new World with the Create-A-World tool, and as I'm sure you can guess that takes a lot of time. It should be worth it when complete though! That however, is a long way off! :D
Blog post added Nov 25, 2009 | 1 comments
It's been a while since I've posted anything. So I'm going to talk to you about World Adventures and new lots from me.
Lots created with World Adventures can be used with the base game only. Any World Adventures items (objects, build features, roof patterns etc) will be replaced with base game items, just like when you download a lot with store items. However, you will need to have the latest patch installed with your base game, otherwise you will not be able to install the lot at all.
If I don't use a specific World Adventures theme in my lot, or if the items arn't necessery for the lot to function and look good, I'll try to keep at least some of my new lots Base Game Only.
At the moment, I'm working on a bit of preperation for the release of the World Builder (released in december). This'll let us create entire new neigbourhoods, and I've already got detailed plans for what I'm going to create. I am also working on a working tomb and Nectary for your residential neigbourhoods (not vacation destinations) so your sims can have all the exploring fun even when at home.
Blog post added Nov 14, 2009
After a good idea and request from keedyboo18, I decided to create another set of tiles, this time in marble. They are the exact same shape and style as the original Chic Tiles, only changed to be marble instead of plain stone.
There are 4 pieces in the set: Large Square, Large Rectangle, Medium Square and Medium Rectangle. They are great to mix and match together to create interesting looks!
They are being published tomorrow!
Blog post added Nov 08, 2009 | 0 comments
Here is my latest creation, The Glass House. It's a gorgeous open plan living mansion, ideal for partying (my sims have enjoyed testing it!). There is an open plan living space downstairs with a bar, and lots of nice sofas and well stocked bookshelves in the lounge next door. 3 En-suite Bedrooms, plus an adittional one which I left unfirnished so you can taylor it to your needs.
In accordance with my last poll about Floor Plans I have now gone with what you said which is that you do like floorplans in your lot previews ((77% of you said this). I am going to now include floorplans with all lots I upload.
You can take a look at The Glass House now or grab it for download soon - it's published next saturday!
Have a nice week everyone :)
Blog post added Oct 28, 2009 | 3 comments
I'm very proud of my latest creation :)
It's a fully liveable boat/yacht. Including 3 en-suite cabins, a bathroom, lounge, galley (kitchen) & flybridge deck.
Your sims can party on the Flybridge deck with it's bar & sofas. Downstairs, they can study in the den.
The lot includes 3 En-Suite Cabins, A Den/Study Space, Galley (kitchen), Lounge w. Dining Area, Flybridge Deck with Bar and also a back deck with a dining table & seating.
There is also (onshore!) parking for two cars.
I hope you all enjoy it when it is published on this coming Saturday the 31st, or click on the image to take a peek now. Please, leave a comment and tell me what you think!