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#151 Old 12th Aug 2010 at 11:53 AM
Thanks HP. Hope you're feeling better.
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#152 Old 12th Aug 2010 at 11:55 AM
Thanks gabrielorie
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#153 Old 12th Aug 2010 at 12:01 PM
You're welcome .

Oh fudge,I think that out comments are mixed up because our comments are coloured and blank .I thought that the nice storey comment was for me .
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#154 Old 12th Aug 2010 at 12:30 PM
gabrielorie - They're correct now - some spots may be blank if that judge didn't comment on your particular entry - the other judge who left comments commented on every entry. There's less this round as, like I said somewhere upthread, I think the judges were getting a bit weary of typing out comments on all the entries - it was always optional for them to do them.
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#155 Old 12th Aug 2010 at 2:32 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sookielee
HP, I must ask if the comments might have gotten out of order or something? I have a comment about a cooky Dr Who theme and an impractical way of getting to the 2nd floor. My house does not have a second floor and I do not know what a dr who theme is.


Ahh the cooky Dr Who theme comments were meant for me , the back story and sims pictured in my R3 lot were loosely based on older versions of the British Sci-Fi show / movies called "Dr Who".
Test Subject
#156 Old 12th Aug 2010 at 8:47 PM Last edited by kwuz : 12th Aug 2010 at 8:50 PM. Reason: forgot to add that theres no custom content -_-U
Marble Beach~
This house is a lot more moderny then houses I usually build. It was pretty fun to build, even though it was DANG small and fitting the stairs in was a bit of a challenge. But here it is! Enjoy!
Long ago, this beach used to be a pirate cove. Since then though, the cove has been blocked off by fallen rock and just a few sandy tidepools remain. While this may not seem like the ideal location for a house. Someone, for whatever reason, built a beautiful modern resort here. It's now up for sale, still fully furnished with the sculptures the previous owner created for any sim who has enough money and doesn't mind being surrounded by pools of sharks all the time.
This house has one bedroom and one bathroom.
Front View:

Top floor (includes bedroom and bathroom):

Bottom floor (living room, dining room, and kitchen):

Living room (complete with modern fireplace and two fancy-pants TVs):

Kitchen (contains two high-end ovens, and all stainless-steel appliances.):

Dining area and reading nook (sunny and bright):

Bedroom (1/2 number one!):

1/2 number two (dressing area):


No custom contents!
Lab Assistant
#157 Old 12th Aug 2010 at 9:09 PM
What time does this end? I might need a little extension
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#158 Old 12th Aug 2010 at 10:29 PM Last edited by Menaceman44 : 12th Aug 2010 at 11:03 PM.
I think I've worked out the finish time to be 8:30 am in the UK!

I now second your request for a slight extension. It is currently 10:30 pm and I have to go to bed soon ready for work at 8:30 tomorrow morning! My house is nearly finished but I still have three rooms to furnish! I don't finish work tomorrow until 6 pm.

I don't want to miss out submitting my entry but I also don't want to be unfair on the other contestants who have successfully met the deadline. :S

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#159 Old 12th Aug 2010 at 11:21 PM
I'm fine with extending it - this deadline comes at kind of a difficult time - I'm trying to write an obituary for my uncle and put together other stuff for his memorial, from an ocean away. It's kind of sucking the fun out of spreadsheets.
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#160 Old 12th Aug 2010 at 11:58 PM
Awwwwww ... Not that I see how speadsheats could be fun.....

Im just going to have mine on in time lol.... Its shit but it will be there hahaha

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#161 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 12:26 AM Last edited by Simlicious : 13th Aug 2010 at 10:32 AM.
The house of family Beriksson

The Berikssons like the traditional Swedish architecture with lots of red and white wood, because it reminds them of their original home. When they moved to Riverview a few years ago, they didn't have much money and could only afford to build a small house.
But the beautiful garden made up for it.
The Berikssons live solely on their own produce from their garden - and the occasional fish. Finn, the head of the young family, comes from a family that has been in the fishing business for decades. He knows just about anything there is to know about fishing. He also loves his aquarium, in which he puts his most precious catches. His wife Anne is a devoted gardener and cook. Together, they care for their little twins, Erik and Marja, the best way they can.
Finn and Anne know that soon, they will have to think about an annex so that the twins could have their own rooms, but for now, the top floor has to be a shared bedroom.

--No CC was used on this lot--

the front of the house


floor plans:

first floor



half floor in between, for the stairs and used to display decorations, mainly things they brought with them from their honeymoon



the top floor, bedroom for the whole family



the roof and garden area


the bathroom



the kitchen



the bedroom



the living room

view from the staircase down to the living room



a nice view on the relics brought from their honeymoon



the seating area with Finn's aquarium


the beautiful garden area with a koi pond - Finn bred them from only a couple of kois he brought back from the honeymoon!

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#162 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 1:24 AM
I love your house, Simlicious. Id never have thought to use the half-floor as a kind of 'big shelf' like you have but it looks brilliant and I'm certainly gonna be using that idea myself in future builds. Conrats and Good Luck!
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#163 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 1:34 AM
What an adorable house, Simlicious! I love the shelf idea, and the fact that you have their room in the room created by the roof. I just have one question, how did you get windows into the walls made by the roof? I've never been able to do it.


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#164 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 2:47 AM
Thanks HP Good luck on your obituary
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#165 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 4:23 AM
Lovely house indeed, Simlicious! Like the shelves in the 'half room' above too. What an excellent idea! Excellent color combinations inside and out. And what a complicated stairs! Love the attic too. I think you're another example of someone who has improved so much since your first house!
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#166 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 5:56 AM Last edited by NickelNicole12 : 13th Aug 2010 at 7:07 PM. Reason: Edit story
After the war, sims had trouble finding homes because they were destroyed and taken over by others. They couldn't return and gather what was left either, but lucky for the Baker family, they found their new home. It was an old apartment that wasn't destroyed that bad but the Baker's rummaged for items to make it look better. Lucky for them, Heathcliff, the husband, is a carpenter. They fixed up most of the rooms but while on the look out for useful items, they had found a toddler named Topher just wandering the streets and decided to take care of him. There is much yard work still needed to be done. Here is their home after being fixed up.

Front. The front door was severely damaged so they created a side door and used it instead.



Floor plans







Living Room

Kitchen

Daughters Bedroom

Rummaging for scraps

Backyard

Bathroom
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#167 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 6:18 AM
Has an extension been decided yet?


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#168 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 6:24 AM
I was thinking the same thing. I am trying to get the pics and mucking them up. and the gnomes keep running everywere lol. Respawning butterflies arnt fun either

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#169 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 7:00 AM
Yeah, I'm working on the last details of the landscaping before I take pics and I'm thinking it'll at least be another hour of work and it's already 2 in the morning where I am.


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#170 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 7:57 AM
Wow your keen lol Im just about ready to post mine up because I have had enough

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#171 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 7:58 AM
Default Modern Mountain Getaway!
Hey, sorry I missed the last two rounds! I was camping the link at the top and never saw the next rounds. But here is my entry to round 4, enjoy.

Are you a loner in search of that perfect getaway in the mountains? Or a party animal who wants that perfect hosting house? Then I have the perfect house for you!

On the outside, this house looks traditional but the inside has been completely renovated to have a clean, modern feel.
The front yard is elaborately decorated with flowers and plants for a natural look. Also on the inside, you will find an assortment of plants.

Furnished: $155,383
Unfurnished: 57,261
No CC except 1 store item. The plant against the wall in the foyer.




In the backyard, there is a pool with a couple of lounge chairs to relax and enjoy the beautiful view of the ocean. A barbecue pit and a bar.


The entrance.


The downstairs half bath.


The living area with a study nook.


Dining area with a gorgeous view of the backyard.


The kitchen overlooking the light house.


Upstairs hallway


Upstairs bathroom


Master bedroom


Master bedroom view 2


Master bathroom


Study/future bedroom


Downstairs floor plan


Upstairs floor plan
The other one
#172 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 8:20 AM
Not sure if this has been extended or not but please don't close at the original time. It's taking me longer to do the pics than I thought but I'm almost done....can't promise to have them uploaded in the next 35 mins though, more like an hour

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#173 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 8:24 AM Last edited by kaylarox : 13th Aug 2010 at 10:14 AM.
Faetopia
Home to Azalea and sometimes Yetri (who often spends time in the trees). This home has been passed through generations until it caught up with Azalea.
They both love to work out and do not think washing dishes is beneath them.

Features..
2 Toilet rooms.
Living area.
Kitchen.
Dinning.
Out door area..
1 bed room open to bath tub.
Bonus - Butterflies!!!
No CC




















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#174 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 8:38 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by kaylarox
Wow your keen lol Im just about ready to post mine up because I have had enough


I'm exhausted, but I've worked too hard on this house to just not even be able to post it. I'm almost done, just have to finish decorating the non-existent living room.


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#175 Old 13th Aug 2010 at 8:43 AM
Let's just call it an extra 24 hours. Give ya'll time to finish and polish things up nice and pretty.

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