This is the 2nd of 7 mini-sets of outdoors items, presented by my favourite elder sim, Victor.
Set 1 :
Small Telescopes http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=441719
Set 2 :
Set 3 :
Tables, Chairs and Lamps, for outdoor meals http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=443708
Set 4 :
Dartboards and Darts http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=444907
Set 5 :
Chess tables, Folding chairs & Coffee tables http://www.modthesims.info/d/446385
Set 5 extra parts (non-MTS2) :
MORE Chess tables, Folding chairs & Coffee tables http://www.insimenator.org/index.ph...c,112731.0.html
Set 6 :
Adirondacks Lawn Furniture with Sculptures http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?p=3598242
Set 7 :
Easels & Easel Defaults http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=455122
Victor himself : http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=249324
Victor has a new batch of telescope recolors today, the big one this time.
6 full, high-quality recolors of the big Maxis telescope ("Farstar e3"):
- Cherrywood n gold
- Wood with Verditer (blue accents)
- Ornamented Iron
- All wood
- Wood with Malachite (green accents)
- Ornamented Gold
The ones with wood parts are Maxis-match
, you can use them around alot of Maxis wooden stuff.
"Why buy the ordinary Maxis ones," Victor asks. "Get mine instead, at the same price! You don't need to go get any mesh of any sort, it's magic like that, don't worry about my profit. Have a nice object at home. You deserve the best! You deserve Victor's recolors."
"I tell you, these telescopes are way better! They are *fully* (not just partially!) recolored, wonderful in your medieval and otherwise ancient neighborhoods, and the "Iron" one works in sci-fi neighborhoods as well! And look attentively, I added two amazing new ones, with real Malachite and Verditer on them!"
> The big telescope
("Farstar e3") §2,100
"Back in the days of Newton, these telescopes, weren't cheap at all. I bet you never realized, but even people as rich as me couldn't easily get one."
, Victor says.
You heard that before? Well he's getting old, he repeats himself sometimes.
Check the Picture Bin below for details on the textures.
Hope you like. Enjoy! :D
Thanks to Numenor for his wonderful tutorial on object recolors. It's awesome.