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Haylooo. Have some stuff from GoS events. Not going to be terribly verbose today - lack of sleep is a brain killer.

Blind Date gift for Shadowfell.


A TSM and a TS3>TS2 outfit conversion. (click the pictures to go to the post!)

Outfit Information
File name: yuxi-clothing-AMWizardGoldBeltBuckle
Polycount: F3816 V2622
Morphs: No.
Categories: Everyday, outerwear. (Also enabled for EM)
Hands: Tenshii's smoother hands, Maxis hands (optional).
Last updated: February 2014.



Outfit Information
File name: yuxi-clothing-AFWorldsCollide
Polycount: F7300 V8217 (pretty high due to the boots)
Morphs: Yes.
Categories: Everyday.
Hands: Tenshii's smoother hands, Maxis hands (optional).
Last updated: February 2014.



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Egg Hunt stuff


I contributed two eggs to the GoS Egg Hunt this year. First one included retextures of a room screen by Moirae, and of the dragon scroll objects from the game extracted by Lmhjws/Clutter-a-holic.





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The second egg was a TS3>TS2 conversion from the Gentleman First outfit from the Steampunk Savvy store set. The boots are by aikea-guinea.




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This is some old stuff that I hadn't posted here yet.


For the Yesterday is History theme, retextures of Sims Design Avenue's Church windows. I edited the meshes a wee bit to correct some normals and wonky mapping, so naturally they are included.






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A trade with Maron over at the Big Trade-off: An antique Chinese bedroom ripped from Resident Evil 6.
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And lastly, a Tumblr gift: Two objects from Unreal 3 and some cutesy mugs and animanga posters. Credit for the mug mesh to Yuliya - it's included.




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Well, let's not beat around the bush:
I slapped a bunch of foliage textures from Tomb Raider Underworld and Devil May Cry on two of Aikea's wall writing meshes. You'll also get some spider webs, because they're just dusting away in my game at this point. For more versatility, put the meshes on a shiftable OMSP so you can plaster them on columns and balconies and such.

I did a small edit of both of these objects so that all the textures show up on the back as well - this should make them more useful while decorating with moveobjects on and snapobjectstogrid off. For this to work, you'll need to remove "MESH_aikea_guinea-HalfHeightWallWriting_OrderOfTheReptile.package" and "MESH_Aikea_Guinea-Object_TwoTileWallWriting" from your downloads folder if you already have them.

Preview of the foliage (14 textures in total, not all shown - plants on the floor aren't included):


My preview for the webs turned out shitty, so here is the picture I made them for to start with (5 textures in total):


I hope these are useful to some of you!

Credits to aikea-guinea for the meshes, Capcom and Eidos/Crystal Dynamics for the foliage texture, and the brush creators whose brushes I used for the webs. I just put everything in a recolour package.


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Have you checked out the GoS TS2 Advent thread yet? Today was my day, and I've posted a load of object retextures in a few different styles. Just putting this here for future reference and all that - click the picture to go directly to the thread!

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- Bric-a-brac - Furniture - Curtains - Mirrors - Paintings -
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Here are some stuffs I've posted elsewhere. First, something I posted on Tumblr earlier this week - retextures of the Maxis base game painting called 'Olive Peynter's City Skyscape', with a default replacement mesh that removes the awkward shine. Uses awesome art by Haruyo Morita.

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Second up are my TBTO-gifts to Uleishi. Click the pictures to go directly to the posts!


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