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7 TS2 Floors -> TS3 Patterns

by Plum Posted 3rd Jul 2009 at 8:28 PM - Updated 4th Jul 2009 at 3:14 AM by Plum
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I wasn't happy with the carpet patterns in TS3, so I went and pulled my favorites from TS2. While I was there I pulled some other patterns as well. Most are one-channel for obvious reasons, but I was able to get a couple of multi-channel patterns out of this. It took me a few tries but I think I've got the system down pretty well now. :D

Any tips for improvement are welcome and appreciated, as this is my first set.

Items are further described below. <3

Notes: (1) The colors on the floor are the default colors. (2) Bigger pictures are attached.

ETA MINOR ERROR: The pic says "Marvelous Marble" is under tile, but I put it in the Rocks & Stones category with the other marble.



Sharing Policy:
I couldn't care less. Well, okay, I could: pay-places are bad and if my patterns end up in such an environment they shall surely shrivel and die.

Additional Credits:
Thanks to HP for the tutorial.
Thanks to Delphy for the Pattern Packager.
Thanks to Adobe for the Photoshop.
Thanks to my momma for these good looks.
Tags: #ts2, #the sims 2, #carpet, #wood, #pine, #tile

In-Game Category: Carpet and Rug

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ts2_floors_convert.rar 1.80 MB 12,069 3rd Jul 2009
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