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Posted 9th Nov 2009 at 6:07 AM - Viewed 25674 times. Direct link to this thread
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This is a picked upload! It showcases some of the best talent and creativity available on MTS and in the community.
Criquette made these awesome neighbourhood deco objects in his marina set. One colour is just not enought, though, so here are 8 new fishing boats and 8 new sailboats.
From 'hood view:
From lot view:
They are clones or the originals (only way to make new colours), so no other mesh is needed. They show up under "Miscellaneous".
Info from Criquette's thread:
"I've set Night Life EP as required for using this decorations, but the idea is that you need at least one of any EPs installed, to have this decoration available from 'hood decorations menu."
Images were taken using the piers in Criquette's set linked in the first sentence.
File names are pretty self-explanatory. Files are Compressorized.
Enjoy and tell me what you think.
Criquette for the awesome originals
Numenor for the AnyGameStarter
jfade for the Compressorizer
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