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Course 7: Bits and Bites Building BasicsDescription:
This course is intended to take a few building problems that come up in in everyday construction and break them down for the new builder. There will also be a few lessons on adding the sorts of details that make a build really special. The idea here is not to give all the details of any one technique (for example, we will use some Constain Floor Elevation (CFE) work, but it will not be like the full Zoo U course on CFE, we will just use it for a specific building problem).Course Prerequisites:
None! It WOULD be helpful if you would go to post two of this thread and follow the directions there prior to the first lesson.Skill Level for Students:
Beginning BuilderRequired Supplies:
Sims 3 base game and patches for each EP. Certain lessons may require the actual EP in order to do everything in the lesson, in that event the lesson will list the EPs needed.
Lecturer: ZooProfessor3Lesson 1: Basements, Basics and Beyond
Lesson 2: Perfect Patios and Fantastic Fountains
Lesson 3: Beyond the Pond
Lesson 4: Does it look like someone lives here?
Lesson 1 is available as a self-paced tutorial starting right here:
Lesson 2 is available as a self-paced tutorial starting right here:
Lesson 3 is available as a self-paced tutorial starting right here:
Lesson 4 is available as a self-paced tutorial starting right here:
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ALSO IN THIS THREAD:
POST ONE: Course Description and Lesson Links
POST TWO: Information for Zoo U Students
POST THREE: Class Roster for Each Lesson of This Course
POST FOUR: Previous Zoo U Courses with Lesson Links
POST FIVE: A Note From Your Teacher