The FreeTime "Broken-In" Desk Recovery Project

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Uploaded: 29th Mar 2015 at 8:01 PM
Updated: 26th Sep 2016 at 4:23 AM - Minor change in text.
Title: The FreeTime "Broken-In" Desk Recovery Project



Purpose

To bring new life to the FreeTime "Broken-In" or "Bohemian" desk by providing cleaned-up versions, including models with and without the rolling cabinet or painter's palette and T-square. Of all the EA desks, it occurred to me that the simple structure and separated cabinet allowed this one to be recoloured to look the most convincingly pre-modern or post-modern.

This object is available from the Surfaces/Desk catalogue section for §70 each.



Contents

A total of 152 recolours are included for the drawer fronts and for three configurations of the desk: "No Cabinet" (just the four-legged desk), "With Palette" (and T-Square), and "With Cabinet" (the original style). An invisible drawer front recolour supports the "No Cabinet" and "With Palette" recolours in which the cabinet itself is invisible. The recolours use both basegame and authentic wood textures, many of them from The Wood Database.

If you enjoy using Pooklet wood textures, please check out The FreeTime "Broken-In" Desk Pooklet Expansion Set.








Terms of Use

You may include the recolours from this set in uploaded lots, whether for free or pay. It is nice but not necessary to provide a credit and link to this page.


Additional Credits

GIMP 2, Microsoft Paint and Microsoft Photo Editor for graphics editing, file conversion, processing, sizing and titling
Jfade's Compressorizer for minimizing file size (all files are compressorized)
Milkshape 3D, Ultimate Unwrap3D Pro and UV Mapper Professional, for 3D modeling and mapping analysis
Numenor's AnyGameStarter, used for testing this project in several game environments
SimPE and CEP for Sims 2 recolour creation