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|19th Oct 2010, 6:45 PM||#2|
||I've seen walls like these before, just never knew they had a name. Brings back some nice memories. Thanks for sharing them.|
|19th Oct 2010, 8:03 PM||#3|
||SWEEEEET!!!!! Definatly worth the wait! These are wonderfull and I can't wait to use em|
|19th Oct 2010, 8:53 PM||#4|
||Here in St. Augustine Florida we call such material 'coquina' which appears frequently on all types of structures. Your walls turned out excellent and looks exactly like what I've seen most of my life. I had wanted a wall texture like this before for building, but never got around to making it. Thanks for your efforts.|
|19th Oct 2010, 10:11 PM||#5|
Thank you for these! I saw them over in the creator's forum a while ago - and have been waiting ever since. They turned out perfect!!! YAY!
When I finally get my overlay set uploaded (I know what you mean about Real Life! UGH!!!) My overlay's will go nicely with this set. I've extracted all the Maxis wall "Trims" so you can mix or match them with ANY wall you'd like. So, Tudor Tabby comin' right up!
Sunni9676 - I love St Augustine! I used to live in Fernandina Beach - a lot of coquina/tabby going on around there too!
|21st Oct 2010, 12:23 AM||#6|
||I'm glad to see you release these. These walls aren't native to my area, but they are so interesting that I will put them into some of my little stucco houses!|
|21st Oct 2010, 2:15 AM||#7|
|Shessupercool||Nice! I've never seen anything like this in real life. Then again around here it's more like cheap Maxis siding everywhere. Thanks for giving me something new and interesting!|
|22nd Oct 2010, 10:51 PM||#8|
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I had been away from the computer for a little while so I was a little anxious about their approval. It was so great to come back and to find them approved and well-received.
sunni9676: I've always heard it called "tabby" when in the area...but I'm by no means an expert in any area of construction, especially outside of the Sims' universe. "Coquina" seems familiar, though. I'm sure it came up a few times in my research. I'm really glad a "local" can say that they look authentic and true to the real thing.
CatherineTCJD: Thanks. I can't wait! Variety, FTW!
Thanks again, everyone. I've updated with the .psd template for anyone interested in the layers.
I don't mind if you call me "MSD" or something for short.
Perhaps someday I'll have leisure time back...
|16th Jan 2011, 8:42 PM||#9|
Yay for tabby walls, although I am going to use them in a completely different way than Americans do. Thank you so much, MSD!
Happy [much-belated] New Year!