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Posted 29th Jul 2011 at 6:06 AM - Updated 29th Jul 2011 at 12:06 PM by Gwenke33 - Viewed 17803 times. Direct link to this thread
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Oh I've wanted these for ages... new deciduous hood deco trees that change with the seasons.
I am bringing you two tall poplar trees, the kind commonly seen along country roads in my country. They correctly change with the seasons, even having some litter in the autumn.
The mesh size is a whopping 32 faces and 82 vertices, so they won't be a strain on the computer even in large numbers. The textures are also small. I would't put them right next to Sim houses, but they look OK from a bit farther.
They are found in the Landmarks section of the 'hood deco catalogue to prevent them from fading in lot view. They also have their own registered GUID, and are placeable anywhere.
Nightlife if not actually needed for this - the idea is that you need any one EP to use custom neighbourhood decoration objects. Here, the changing function requires Seasons, but the trees are useable with any one EP - they just show the summer state.
Enjoy, and do clone! We need more of these type of plants.
Echo for her original instructions on creating seasons-friendly plants
Bienchen for her seasons-friendly templates
Numenor for the AnyGameStarter
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