mannanna wrote: »
Hi @Taoron! I stumbled upon this thread reading the Friday highlights and it sounded like a fun challenge to try out. I've built my version of their chalet and am getting ready to take pictures.
My question is - do I have to show every angle of the build like in BnS, or will it be enough with just a general idea of the build? You guessed right, I'm not a fan of taking 50+ pictures.
rikaocean wrote: »
Hi @Taoron. I am so excited to be back and building. I haven't had a computer for a couple of years. Love the challenge. You have inspired me to re-read A Farewell to Arms (well listening to it it while I build) Looking forward to posting, but don't want to until I have finished the book. One question for you. When I enter, do I need to do all three challenges- build, room, and sims? Or can I pick one?
Thanks and looking forward to seeing all the builds.
rikaocean wrote: »
I just discovered that because I am a new member and don't have enough posts yet, I cannot use links or pictures! I am going to copy and paste it anyway so you can copy and paste....hopefully. Anyway, here is my entry.
BUILD ENTRY FORM
LITERARY BUILD CHALLENGE - #2 Swiss House in "A Farewell to Arms"
FORUM ID: rikaocean
ORIGIN ID: rikaocean
NEW LOT LINK: https://www.ea.com/games/the-sims/the-sims-4/pc/gallery/D1335B502DCA11EA886D4BBF48D73738?searchtype=ea_origin_id&time=all&category=all&searchquery=rikaocean&sortby=downloads&max=50&maxis=false
LINK TO SLIDESHOW: https://imgur.com/a/BdWfEj8
ENTRY DETAILS: A cozy Swiss House to escape from the world. Frederic and Catherine and baby to be have the upstairs and a separate apartment for another couple is downstairs. I made a shared entryway and a shared bathroom since this story takes place during WWI- plumbing in the Swiss Mountains was most likely at a minimum. I thoroughly enjoyed this build and it's my first success using the terrain tool.
PICTURES:Wish I could, but I cant yet- so definitely check out my imgur images.