Back to Sliders
More from this Author
Mar 16, 2013I'm BACK + Emma Stone
Jan 01, 2013Child Sim
Dec 25, 2012Missing in Action
Oct 20, 2012Asian Sim
Oct 15, 2012Missing in Action + Clothing issue
Blogpost by sherri1010 added Jul 26, 2012, read 349 times
So I've begun working with sliders again, which may or may not be a good thing depending on how one sees it. Just thought I should list out some pros and cons of using sliders as well as address the issue of my sims looking "too different" compared to the picture of them shown without CC.
Pros of Using Sliders:
- Sims won't have a generic look since there are more things to toggle with. Chances of them looking similar will be significantly reduced. Also for some reason sliders allow sims to look so much more realistic. (:
- Which brings me to the next point, more realistic sims and maybe more celebrity lookalikes. Let's face it, it's nearly impossible to create a celeb lookalike without sliders. They end up looking so different you can't tell it's them unless they have the same name.
- Selfish reason: I feel happier with more stuff to toggle with. Haha. Sorry, it's true. I get so annoyed when my completed sims feel like they're missing something. Maybe the nose wasn't right and no matter how i toggled with the default sliders it wouldn't look right. (True story)
- One more thing to download for those interested in my sims. Sorry you guys.
- It's hard to keep to TSR's 7 external cc limit when you really want to put in perhaps some realistic pores or awesome stubbles from other sims 3 artists around the internet.
- Dumb reason: I forget which slider I used to change the jaw line or jaw height. All the time. And then I end up having to try and get it back to the same look cuz i went and played with the wrong slider.