True Reflective Floors - Updated

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Uploaded: 19th Jan 2011 at 7:36 PM
Updated: 12th Mar 2013 at 11:13 PM
First and foremost, a HUGE Thank You to Inge, Inge_Jones here,, of Simlogical, for helping me with the mirror problem!

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As the title states these are true reflective floors. It is the child of hard work and dedication from Morfhead Research & Development. These beautys from Laviance Creations is the flagship product of the new company. With items like these we can expect big things from LVC.

Some Things To Know
  • These work instead of flooring. So lay them down and use the Create-A-Style Tool (CAST) on the rug tiles. Find in Decor -> Rugs.
  • Make sure to have a subfloor, else your Sims will get the unfinished debuff. Choose the $0 flooring.
  • Shadows do not appear on these
  • Since these are mirrors they will most likely affect game performance on lower-end computers or if used unsparingly

Some Other Things To Know
  • They look sweet!
  • 10% or 25% reflection
  • Both versions can be used simultaneously
  • Armiel's CAST yourself A Painting, Here

U 1.1 - Many people have stated the reflection was too high. So I adjusted the settings and offer a version, GLM-R5, with less shine. See the last two pictures for comparison.

U1 - I had not the foresight to create enough pieces. I didn't realize I needed a different half tile for different types of corners, so I added those. I also expanded the set up to 4 tiles large. Please re-download if needed.

Additional Credits:
Thanks to TSR Workshop, Inge, Milkshape 3D, and Adobe Fireworks CS4