Finding Nemo Wall Stickers (StandAlone object)

SCREENSHOTS
Downloaded 5,457 times 274 Thanks  Say Thanks! 61 Favourited 12,903 Views
Uploaded: 21st Dec 2014 at 6:36 PM
Updated: 4th Mar 2015 at 9:37 AM
If you want to know where to find these wallstickers and how it looks in game, please watch my Youtube Video:
Bakies The Sims 4 Custom Content: Finding Nemo Wallstickers

If you want to make your own Wall stickers, please watch my Youtube Tutorial Video:
The Sims 4 Tutorial: How to make your own Custom Wall Sticker



Finding Nemo Wall Stickers
With these fun wall decals you can decorate everything! Decorate your walls, windows, pool walls or pool windows.

*** WARNING: Don't place only the big sharks all around your pool. Kids will jump in the pool, but are scared to get out, because of all the surrounding sharks and will drown. ***

The package file contains one wall sticker with 8 different Finding Nemo textures to choose from.
When clicking on the wall sticker's colorstripes, you will see that they all have there own unique custom swatch.



If you want to place these stickers inside your pool (underwater), remember that you have to use the "Move objects on" cheat:
Press: Ctrl+Shift+C
Typ in: testingcheats true
Typ in: bb.moveobjects
Press: Ctrl+Shift+C



In my opinion, these wall stickers look better if you enlarge them. To do this press Shift+] (as many times as you want)
If you want to make them smaller press Shift+[
(Wallpaper used in image below: Finding Nemo Wallpaper and Floor Combine Set)



Object information:
It's a standalone, so it doesn't override any other wall stickers in your game.
You can find them under Built mode > Decorative > Paintings.
You can also find them by typing in "Finding Nemo" in the search bar.
The cost are 70 Simoleons.

Game Requirements:
The Sims 4 Full Game

I Hope you like it and will give me some credit if used in uploaded houses!
You may share my creations, but always give me credit and don't upload my creations anywhere else. Just link back to this page.

Additional Credits:
Thanks to Sims 4 Studio 2.1.0.1 Preview (Alice) for making it possible to make Standalone object recolors.
Thanks Adobe for making Photoshop