audrhll wrote: »
Hello! So, I've probably botched it, somehow but I can see it on the community tab, but only if I search with the advanced "include custom content" box checked. Not sure if that is a problem for posting when it comes to the challenges.
Talea12345 wrote: »
Quick question @BuildnShare . It says:
12k budget. Mr. Lee is donating the lot, so you do not have to account for the cost in your budget.
But also:BUDGET: §12, 000 or less (lot cost + building cost).
Which one is right?
TresaofPern wrote: »
Shouldn't have read this tonight, now I'm busy thinking of ideas when I should be getting ready for bed! It's all your fault, @BuildnShare .
MagsTheMagpie wrote: »
I can't believe that I managed to screw up the quotes, wow, ha. I'll have a bit more time later to get some more pictures together, which is just amazing of you, thank you, @BuildnShare - I'll add another reply with that later!
And thanks again @Zayven - I really hope to become part of the community!
BuildnShare wrote: »
@Momma_Jibi - welcome to BuildnShare!! Your entry is spot on, other than missing an upload link to the lot on the gallery.
Momma_Jibi wrote: »
Oh thank you! I'll edit that right now.
Talea12345 wrote: »
BUILD OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM
> CHALLENGE #97: A Garden for Daisy
FORUM ID: Talea12345
ORIGIN ID: ATalea1230
LOT NAME: Daisy's Garden
TOTAL COST: 11,990 simoleons
LINK TO ENTRY SLIDESHOW: https://imgur.com/a/xkhG0AZ
ENTRY DETAILS: I decided to go for Salvadora, because I love all the different plants we are able to use there. Did not think about how expensive some of them are Over 500 for a tree and betwen 100 and 200 for flowers adds up really really quick. I could have easily spend double the amount.... still, the challenge of archieving a 'jungle feel' on this small a budget was fun. Hope you enjoy!
Mr. Lee first came to Selvadora as part of an archaeology expedition almost 50 years ago. On this trip he met the love of his live Daisy and never left. To celebrate their wedding, he bought the old lot, where the digs - which brought him to this little town - took place. Over the years it became a wild place and a favourite picknick spot for Mr. Lee and his love. Now that Daisy is gone, he wants the whole community to be able to visit. The entrance archways and the seating area are part of the old temple, which Mr. Lee discovered on his first dig in this space, so it was important to him to preserve both. Daisy especially loved Bromeliad Plants, so Mr. Lee asked that they were planted at the bottom of as many trees as possible -> in a few years they will cover the trunks, just like Daisy loved them. To remind him of his home town (Takashima), which is situated on Lake Biwa, ponds on different levels were added to this garden.
CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM: Yes please.
CREDIT FOR CC/RECOLORS: none
SPACE FOR PICTURES: So many pictures to share! I hope these two give a feel for the build