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First of all, I don't mind questions. If you have one, ask. And either I'll be able to answer or I won't. The best way is through PM. In comments I sometimes quickly look through those, see a question, but don't have the time right then and forget to go back later and a couple weeks go by and I suddenly remember but so much time has gone by I feel stupid and figure the person won't even remember asking.

Thus my making this post *lol* The people who asked the questions will most likely not see this but, oh well, I tried.

 

RE: WOE Pendants - "will you make these for female sims?"

Yes. (see Upcoming Sims 3 Items)

RE: WOE Pendants - "my teens need these! Please make them too!"

I will be making these for teens, as I myself play teens just as much as adults. Don't ask we when though. Could be next week, could be next month.

RE: Facial Piercings - "could you try to make the snake bites seperate please?"

                             - "Could you possibly do separate ones?"

If in the future the TSRW allows for making accessories layerable, yes I will as this is how I would prefer them too.

"Your female sim you use as a model for your piercings is very very pretty! If you know how, could you upload her to TSR or sims3.com?"

No. I don't upload to sims3.com, and the Sims I use in all my previews are made with tons of CC, some of which is not mine. So uploading the Sim without that CC would be pointless as it would look nothing like the preview ;-)

"Can you tell me how to make _______?"

No. That's too big a question. Too big for someone who actually has a life outside the sims. *lol* I am happy to give tips on specific areas of creating, but I do not and never will have the time to teach you how to use all the programs required. The best suggestion I can make to people who want to learn how to create CC is to not just do tutorials made specifically for the Sims, but ALSO do tutorials for each program, as that is where you start to learn how to create quality items. Sims tutorials only teach you how to make one object. Learning how to use the program itself is far more valuable. ;-)

Having said that, I think from now on when I'm working on a project I will try and make a blog with info about how I did a specific part of that project. Hopefully it will be of some use to someone out there *lol*


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