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2 Tile Colonial Style Window - Maxis Match

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Uploaded: 28th Oct 2008 at 3:09 PM
Updated: 20th Dec 2011 at 12:44 PM by leesester - updated to base game compatible
I build a lot of houses and the colonial window (the Midnight Ride) is my favourite window - but I cannot find a two tile version without the shutters. So here is a two tile version, fully recolourable with correct shadows, it is priced at 150 simoleons like the original window. As you can see from main pic below all the window colours are exact same as Maxis, it is linked to the original 1 tile windows for recolouring.

I originally made this using my game set up, and I have all the SPs and EPs, but I have tested this with Numenors AnyGame Starter and it works with BaseGame plus an EP - the ones I tested are below - I did not test on all variants as I have lost/loaned out/broken some of the discs

Base + NL
Base + seasons
Base + AL
Base + BV

Now base game compatible - download the rar file with the BG compatible suffix

You need to download both packages from the rar files for the diagonal to work, enjoy!

"Creator Policy:"

Please only upload to MTS2, I made it using the skills I learned here, I would like it to stay here. If you use it in a lot I would like to know so I can see how it was used - you can include it in a lot no problem, and a link to mesh would be nice but not vital.

If you like this window, please see my matching downloads as below

2 tile la Fenêtre no shutters
1 tile colonial style window with shutters
1 tile la Fenêtre with shutters
1/2 size LaFenêtre window on 2 tiles

Polygon Counts:
Double midnight ride = 616 polys
Diagonal midnight ride = 590 polys

Additional Credits:
JWoods for object creation tutorial, IgnorantBliss for the custom window tutorial, Numenor for the diagonal window tutorial, SimPE, MTS2 for giving a place to learn