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#1526 Old 26th Dec 2020 at 2:31 AM
MERRY CHRISTMAS everyone!!!

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Instructor
#1527 Old 28th Dec 2020 at 4:14 AM
Just started this contemporary style mansion. Its so not my own style but I finally like the way it looks. what you guys think?
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C.T.HOLKO88
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#1528 Old 11th Jan 2021 at 6:18 PM Last edited by Ferguson Avenue : 11th Jan 2021 at 6:41 PM.
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ReduxCozyKittenCondo-2+BR-NCC:
A rebuild of Maxis' 'Cozy Kitten Condo', from the Belladonna Cove neighborhood.
I added a second story with multiple rooms and tamed the out-of-control roof. It is now a two bedroom, with three full baths and a loft. An additional 4x4 spare room can be used as needed. The downstairs kitchen and dining area is large. I also added a driveway and backyard deck. Built from scratch on a new Lot, of course, this is a pretty good house now, imo. No Custom Content.

My first thought upon loading up that house and seeing the roofing situation was "What were they thinking?!?"

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I have downloaded some content and what do you think about the Venice windows?[/url]

They look really good, will you be building a venetian mansion to use them on?


New year, same old problems and unfinished creations...

My Baroque chateau and Victorian asylum are both coming along leaps and bounds.

Chateau:


Asylum:
Scholar
#1529 Old 11th Jan 2021 at 6:37 PM
But then I have some other projects that haven't fared so well...

18th Century Behemoth:


Gothic Folly:
Alchemist
#1530 Old 16th Jan 2021 at 3:11 PM
The Gothic castle looks intriguing

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Mad Poster
#1531 Old 20th Jan 2021 at 5:49 PM
I finished this one the other day... I think it is a Toll Brothers design, but I can't find a link to it anywhere *shrug*

It's floor plan was stored in my hoard of interesting ideas folder. It'll be uploaded soon (I hope!)
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#1532 Old 21st Jan 2021 at 6:12 AM
Looking nice, Ferg. Definitely digging the asylum.

During the summer I was playing around with making something in the 1980s and 1990s Postmodern style--kinda that Michael Graves vibe. Postmodern is a really wide genre, of sorts, but I really do like some of its revival elements. And to slowly work on my never-ending project of making community lots of rabbit hole buildings, I came up with a this:

It's a bit on the tame side (considering how batshit crazy some postmodern designs can go) with some art deco revival touches.

One of my favorite movies of all time is Soapdish, a silly comedy with Sally Field about soap operas. (Some plot elements have not completely aged perfectly from 1991.) I based the interior on the set from that movie, so lots of art deco and Memphis Group colors. A television studio with essentially a consistent set just seemed easier than a general movie lot. That's about it. Still have a few offices and all the individual dressing rooms to do, and whatever the heck I'm going to do with the very top floor. I don't know if I'll upload it because it is impractically large and detailed so far. Playing around with colored invisible lights to make the sunrise/sunset for the back drop was fun. The doors are colored coated based on what they lead into. Green->studio, Black->hallway, Gray->service, Yellow->office, Red->dressing room, Purple->wardrobe, Brown->props, Orange->health/wellness, Dark Blue->recreation, White->outside/exit, and Light Blue/Pink->restrooms. So all the doors essentially have different colors on each side. Why? Because CAST. :D
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#1533 Old 22nd Jan 2021 at 9:06 PM
So i have been working on this mid sized Second Empire Victorian for a while now! Almost ready to be uploaded! Just have to add a little landscaping!

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Mad Poster
#1534 Old 26th Jan 2021 at 12:18 AM
I started these 2 suburban ranches yesterday - finished them today. They are boring... no CC, 2 click foundation, L-shaped houses. *sigh*



The white modern in back is done and about to be uploaded.
...and up on the ridge to the right are 2 more suburban ranches that are finished, but need photos/etc...

I just felt the need to build last week .
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#1535 Old 26th Jan 2021 at 4:36 PM
Heh, I think I know the modern white's inspiration/floorplan.

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#1536 Old Yesterday at 4:13 PM
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Originally Posted by CatherineTCJD
I started these 2 suburban ranches yesterday - finished them today. They are boring... no CC, 2 click foundation, L-shaped houses. *sigh*


If you make the roofs less steep, like the minimum 15 degrees, they might look a little less boring.

Here's something many people don't know. In the southern United States, building codes allow for fairly shallow pitched roofs, simply because there is infrequent snowfall. In the northern part of the country, building codes require steeper roofs because of the heavier snow and rainfall.
You can always tell when a homebuilding company from the northern US builds in the south because their houses will have the typical steep pitched roofs, even though they don't need to be. I know, I live in one.

I don't know how many times I've seen Sim lot makers make a desert or tropical-styled house with a steeply pitched roof, which doesn't make sense.
Also, I think the overall tendency of many lot makers is to use a too-steeply pitched roof. It's as if they don't know the roof angle tool exists.
Mad Poster
#1537 Old Today at 4:57 AM
I think the roofs are at either 27 or 33 on those two... I needed to find a pitch that would blend two of the roof sections together alright (there's a 1T jog between them) I'm not quite done with them yet... maybe I'll futz a bit more with the roofs?

This is the Floor plan for the white one:

It's done/photoed/ready... I might get it uploaded tomorrow?

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#1538 Old Today at 9:47 AM
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My pc somehow, somewhat works again. Just like the owner.
Anyway, started working on a cottage, in City Tara because the setting inspired me.
This is what I got so far, and if my inspiration and pc don't fail on me, I might get it done at some point.


Oh, Merry Christmas ya'll

Very Merry! Sorry I was late
Yay! Bast is from same country as me. I saw her world and read her threads. I can read her post without translation and I can say that English text is slightly different from Russian. But not less informative.
I told her in PM this city has French vibes. That reminds me of Luara Valley in France.
Oh. She published furnished world in her blog. Have you seen that?

Here you can see more of my creations and conversions for sims 3. ;) I`ll glad to see your comments in.
 
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