This is a picked upload! It showcases some of the best talent and creativity available on MTS and in the community.
Sometimes I have built things in the Sims as a challenge to see how close I can get to the original, real life building. I have done my parents home and during the past few days have been working on building my grandparent's (mother's side) farm which is in Eastern Kansas (it now belongs to my uncle).
One thing I wanted to do is show my sons how my grandpa built a "round" house. Well, that's what all the grandkids called it because we could run from the kitchen, through the bathroom, through the bedroom, through the sitting room, through the dining/living room, and back to the kitchen.
There are several things that Sims2 did not have to make this build more accurate. I'll be posting more as I work on thim, but here is this set: .
mesh: breeze easy window
dark green window (the trim on my grandparents house was dark green)
dark blue window (the trim on my uncles house was dark blue)
window with peeling white paint (well sometimes the barns weren't always painted "on time")
mesh: driveway concrete and concrete extension
rocks in dirt
mesh: value wood lumber's Just a door
red X door
old blue door
mesh: VIP deluxe double door
mesh: Black and White "Bare" bath
wood trough/stock tank (good for medieval farms)
green stock tank
blue stock tank
red stock tank
standard metal stock tank
mesh: "Grilled Cheese" by Renu Tumush
red X hay loft door
white X hay loft door
yellow X hay loft door
full hay loft
empty hay loft
peeling red barn wall
peeling/dirty white barn wall
red barn wall
red barn wall with top shadow
white barn wall
white barn wall with top shadow
yellow barn wall
yellow barn wall with top shadow
weathered brown slat wall (not a good picture- inside of garage- will get a better pic up soon)
Straw for stalls (hey your Sims don't have to muck it out every day)
Don't forget to say "thank you" to Sims2 creators and recolorers (is that a word?)
Thanks, for all your posts and thanks. I often don't have time to respond, but they make my day and warm my heart.