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Very true but, after a while you get the hang of it and learn just how to get it to work. Also useful with displays to over clutter a counter you definitely want too full for sims to even consider using.
I do that with the nectar racks and make china cabinets, a few cc stacks of dishes and voila, the counter and rack are now a china cabinet with china in it.
Some wonderful ideas and it inspired me to try...I have a fairy/hidden garden "home' I am working on but not sure to do with it yet The moveobjects cheat really helped
But here a couple screenshots of something I made tonight. I am still really new to this...but trying my hand at it
from a different angle
The home is far from finished. Not sure if I can finish it I have a few screenshots of it and posted it here once on another thread. I could take some close ups of some of the areas I used the cheat to accomplish what I was trying to achieve.
This is a great thread and wonderful for getting inspired
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Asante wrote:sooo... I'm still alive... and sorry, didn't check everything since I wasn't following.
But: yay@ Amoebius... seems like I'm not the only "swimmable lake" lover
Oh and just a little experiment...
Yeees, it's a sunken sitting area... used two different floor tiles to show the different levels... Now, you might wonder, this isn't something special... but... if you take a close look to the right top corner... no foundation used
(It's a technical test for my next lot... if I ever get myself to really start with it...)
I'm intrigued. How did you do this? It looks great.
Today a friend told me about this thread. I came here and liked so much all the nice ideas here, too bad lots of photos are missing...
I came from "Sharing All MOO Creations".
http://forum.thesims3.com/jforum/posts/list/462574.page But this seems a little abandoned too.
So, here's some photos to help .
Lower tables on the back of the sofas, and the cabinets
In the center there's a self-service place
This picture is from a Club I made for a contest.
I noticed someone said something about arches...
These arches are the entrance to the same club