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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.
Cut for big picture )


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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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It's ornate o'clock and I have a little dump of DMC4 conversions for you. Mostly lighting, plus some decorative trinkets. I'd like to attempt converting some doors and arches next - if I manage to not make them explode, heh.

I don't have a lot of time for fancy previews at this moment, but hopefully these are clear enough to show what's included. Most of the lighting is probably fit for a world lit by fire, too.



Cut for two pictures. )


Credits to Capcom for the meshes and textures - I only wrestled with them to make them work in TS2. Also to Sunni over at Plumb Bob Keep for one of her braziers that I cloned to get the fire effect on the large brazier - I tried adding it myself but BHAVs go completely over my head.


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I've been a bit inactive lately, so here's a little set to make up for it. Like the title says, these are some items ripped from Devil May Cry 4: A wall sconce, a candelabra, a two-story chandelier, a little stone pedestal and a column. The lights are similar to the Spencer candles I extracted from Resident Evil, so if you liked those, you might like these too.

It's late and I'm too tired for proper preview pictures, so you'll have to do with these. All textures and meshes by Capcom, I just fiddled with them to make them work in TS2. Files are compressed, previews included.

Forgot to mention, you need University for the candelabra and Mansion & Gardens for the chandelier. Polycounts are all well in the Maxis range - even the chandelier, surprisingly enough.








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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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