- Tutorials: 43
Author: cazarupt | Posted Apr 25, 2010
Not only can our Sims live on land, but now Ė on water. There are several boats available to download from various fan sites, and this tutorial is going to teach you to make your own. It requires a large amount of time and perseverance, as well as creative input. Stick to it an donít give up, and you will turn out with some fantastic results.Read more »
Author: Apple | Posted Mar 7, 2010
Updated Mar 23
This is an updated version of the original tutorial I wrote quite a few months back. It's been updated to include the newest features of TSR Workshop, as well as a 100% collaboration with the newest tutorials here, so you can go on to create objects all the way.
This tutorial is mainly a TSR Workshop guide. It doesn't teach you how to create a mesh, nor how to create the textures; that is what the other two new tutorials are for (and they're linked to in this tutorial at the right places). This guide shows you everything you need to know about the TSR Workshop program. For example showing you hwo to enable/disable new patterns, add a new colour variation, as well as broken down views of the Workshop user interface throughout.
Author: sim_man123 | Posted Feb 23, 2010
This tutorial will show you how to automatically create a multiplier using Blender3D (version 2.49) and export it so that it can be converted to DDS for importing into TSR Workshop. This tutorial may be updated for the revamped Blender3D v2.5 user interface once a final, stable version is released.Read more »
Author: ulker | Posted Dec 21, 2009
This tutorial will teach you the basics of creating hair meshes in TSR Workshop. It wonít be an in-depth tutorial about modelling in your 3d application or drawing nice textures in your graphics editor. There are plenty of nice tutorials about those topics on the internet. Iíll just share a few tips and tricks about meshing and texturing. This tutorial will cover things like how to make a set of textures/LODs and what those things mean. So note that you must be familiar with your 3d application and graphics editor and practice a lot to create good looking hair. So letís get started!Read more »
Author: Vanilla Sim | Posted Oct 26, 2009
With the public release of the TSR Workshop everyone is anxious to get busy making all sorts of custom content. But, if youíre like me and canít mesh yet! But, still have that itch to contribute to the community with something wonderful then this tutorial might be for you.
Author: Cyclonesue | Posted Oct 23, 2009
Now the dust has settled, everyone is making patterns - except you. That's because you've tried all the proper tutorials and STILL failed, but didn't like to say out loud in case everyone else pointed and laughed. Well, meet me then! I failed too, so I've written another tutorial who those of us who need every last degree explained carefully - and soon you'll be making patters too, probably using someone else's texture because you can't draw either!Read more »
Author: Angela | Posted Oct 10, 2009
In this tutorial i will show you how to create a fake halfwall in your Sims3 game using the ConstrainFloorElevation Cheat.
This halfwall is not really to build a house with because ceilings aren't rendered properly. You can use this for taking screenshots for upload or something simular.
This tutorial will teach you how to make an arched bridge in a very easy way. Even for a...Read more »
Author: Murano | Posted Jun 10, 2009
A pattern in The Sims 3 has four channels to hold mask information. These are Red, Green, Blue and Alpha (RGBA) where every channel can save a greyscale image. The following tutorial will illustrate the concept of stencil masks (not the making of the pattern itself).Read more »