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  • 60smusicluvr60smusicluvr Posts: 1,603 Member
    edited December 2018
    @goodFeel93, i think your pictures are much better than others I've seen. At least I can see the inside and what's in it. Some people just do overhead shots from way above, which would be ok if I could see a sim person view, too, ya know? I think you should take pictures in live mode, so we don't see the grid.
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  • Jude525Jude525 Posts: 1,532 Member
    @goodFeel93 Another great build that suits my style perfectly. I love your use of the circular windows in the carport. Something I wouldn't have thought of but totally love.
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  • goodFeel93goodFeel93 Posts: 130 Member
    edited January 1
    Newest Upload: Modern City Apartment "LuckyLlama". Perfect for singles or couples :smiley:

    Lot Size: 10x15 NO CC




    Happy new year folk! :blush:


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  • RosemaryStarRosemaryStar Posts: 25 Member
    Hello, This is my first post on the sims forum. I've uploaded my interpretation of the Old Mill Brunch with a greenhouse rooftop to the exchange. The second uploading I did was of the old mill with just base game, using the old mill brunch and stone set and throw greenhouse venue. I had to remove some lights and furnished kitchen for the second upload. Wallpapers and everything else stayed same.

    They are purposefully unfinished due to the story for the lot. It's a residential lot which you can make into community lot. I wrote blog posts about it. The lot 40x40 and placed partway on the waterway. You may need to use the soften terrain tool. Unfortunately, I have not been on the forums long enough to post links to them.
  • Jude525Jude525 Posts: 1,532 Member
    @goodFeel93 Another build that I love. And, again, you use something that I've never used. Those multi-story, angled columns. And you used them beautifully.

    @RosemaryStar Welcome!!! I love the story behind your build. I always love when a build suggests a story to play, and when the builder intentionally presents one. I have my next few games already planned, but this may come up on my list at some point after. (I am playing out a legacy family that I started a couple years ago.)

    Please, keep letting us know when you have new builds. I know I will go check them out. Again, welcome.
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  • ReeceBrownstoneReeceBrownstone Posts: 3 New Member
    Wow, some really great builds on here. Glad to see the Sims 3 community is still active with projects like these! I was a member a while ago and posted some of my builds to some much older threads but would love to get back to sharing work. Was curious how I go about doing that?
  • Jude525Jude525 Posts: 1,532 Member
    @ReeceBrownstone Hi and Welcome! Welcome back, I guess.

    Not sure exactly what part of sharing you are asking about, so I will approach this as if you mean everything. Sorry if it is presenting some of the obvious.

    The builds themselves can still be posted to the Sims 3 site on your Studio page. Or, some of us use alternative sites. Some that showcase the work, others just for hosting the files. Mod The Sims is popular for showcasing, while I use SimShare to simply host the files when I have difficulty getting a lot/Sim to upload onto the official site. (I have problems signing in from time to time and don't always have the patience to wait until I can get on to actually share what I've created.)

    Then there is the act of getting what you've created out to the masses. Sites like Mod The Sims is great for that. There is a built in audience if you get approved to have your work showcased. From what I understand, the process is simple enough. Yet, for some reason, I've yet to do it. Or, your can use threads like this one. And, of course, there are others also under the Creative Corner/Builders section of this forum.

    Finally, a shameless plug: I am trying to revive a community group/competition called the GIFT OF CREATION GAME where different Simmers either present requests for others to create for them, or the creative types make what was requested and post their creations. There are Simpoint prizes awarded randomly to all the creators who participate.

    I think I've covered the bases. I look forward to seeing your creations.

    Oh, if you already have stuff posted on the Sims site, please let me know your username so that I can take a look.
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  • jaletu2005jaletu2005 Posts: 546 Member
    edited January 23
    Alice in Wonderland Playpark 2
    I uploaded a small playpark called Alice in Wonderland about a month ago and didn't realize I had laid the Topsy Turvy coaster the wrong way! It was going both ways at once. So sorry. So...I went in and fixed it:
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    Also, I added a few extra things to do like a claw machine and whack a chicken. Again, sorry for the other venue mess. Hope you like and enjoy!
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  • Jude525Jude525 Posts: 1,532 Member
    @jaletu2005 That looks amazing! Building a coaster is something I've yet to even play around with, so I'm impressed.

    Actually, isn't it totally appropriate for an Alice in Wonderland Topsy Turvy coaster to go in both directions? *Cheshire cat grin*

    And, is that a Tragic Clown sitting with Alice??
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  • jaletu2005jaletu2005 Posts: 546 Member
    Thanks so much for the kind words, @Jude525! That supposed to be the Mad Hatter. But tragic clown works too! :D
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  • goodFeel93goodFeel93 Posts: 130 Member
    edited January 31
    Alright, here comes "VIctorian Secret Part V|" :)
    Total: 3 Apartments (one abandoned apartment)


    I built this with my own floor plans but took some inspiration from a video game.


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  • Jude525Jude525 Posts: 1,532 Member
    @goodFeel93 I really love the exterior and the interior of the non-abandoned parts. I also had a thought... it might be cool to put a gravestone/urn of a child ghost in the abandoned part to haunt it. Hmmm, I've said I don't play creepy, but from time to time I do come up with some creepy ideas when I see other peoples' builds. LOL
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  • goodFeel93goodFeel93 Posts: 130 Member
    That was one of my ideas... but don't know how to do this :neutral: Maybe next time i will try it :smiley:
  • Jude525Jude525 Posts: 1,532 Member
    Hmmm, normally you can get an adult ghost using buydebug for the headstone. I've never seen them for kids though. And I have a ghost child in one of my families, but he is a "living" ghost, not a "dead" ghost. So he wouldn't just randomly haunt the place.

    I suppose someone could cause a child to die in game and hope that they became a haunting ghost? Or watch for one in a cemetery and locate the headstone. Then use cheats to obtain the headstone and move it. This is getting rather complex. Oh well, it's a thought.
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  • RosemaryStarRosemaryStar Posts: 25 Member
    Hi Jude525, I like making stories up either while I'm building or after I've finished.
  • Jude525Jude525 Posts: 1,532 Member
    @RosemaryStar Hi. I used to just play the game as it unfolded, but in the past couple years I've found myself creating back stories for my Sims more often than not. And the same as I'm building lots. I find it gives me a better sense of direction with the design.

    And, yes, "the past couple years" is recent for me. I've been playing since the original game was released.
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  • Jude525Jude525 Posts: 1,532 Member
    Okay, don't know if I've made this plug here, but I am running the GIFT OF CREATION GAME, which is a "competition" of sorts. If you are a creator (Sims/stories/lots) then you come and draw inspiration from a group of Wish Lists to make submissions to win SimPoints.

    If you are not some one who creates, but have something you would like created for you, then please come by and submit a Wish List of your own. Whether it be a specific house, park, commercial lot, CelbriSim from TV or anything else that you've dreamt of having but can't/haven't created for yourself. Wish Listers don't win SimPoints. Your prize is the creation being made for you.

    Or, just come hang out and watch the fun. Creations are posted for anyone to download and enjoy. So, even if you didn't ask for it, you can certainly enjoy it. Thanks.
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  • lindarachellelindarachelle Posts: 2 New Member
    Hi. I'm new to uploading to the exchange. I'm going to overhaul my computer and wanted to save a few things I made, so I uploaded them. All the better that others get to enjoy them.
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