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Been doing a lot of stuff lately..

Most of which was real life stuff, but then I got on a Sims kick this past week and have been back to making some really nice progress on goals. (Although I also ended up taking a challenge from my daughter and playing on that quite a bit.. hehe!) I’m down to four last builds in my Sunset Valley project – and yes, of course, they’re the ones I’m least looking forward to doing. Isn’t that always the case. I have a fairly good idea of how I’ll do the fusion lounge with a private room for showtime stage, but then I have to do the live show/karaoke bar, coffeeshop, and a big show venue. Most of the other lots have been doing very well in testing – had some issues with the church, but they’re now fixed. The supernatural bar turned out extremely well – probably one of my best builds ever – it’s an extremely difficult build that looks like a cabin on a hill, but turns out the hill is hiding a rather large bar and entertainment area! Have high hopes that people will like that one. Themed very rustic/western style, well decorated and landscaped – took hours and hours. Other than that… I’m still doing testing on the “finished” lots, and I have now figured out how to switch out pictures to make them easier to see on the exchange, so that’s a huge plus, as well. I even managed to get a campground with working, permanent tents put together. The “Junkyard” is now a “recycling center” patterned after several I have been to, and the firehouse looks much like some of the rural ones around my home. Overall, I’m really impressed with the looks, and have had a lot of fun testing the lots during play. From map view in game, the town is really looking put-together and matched, and that’s what I wanted, ultimately. I will likely be releasing all of the builds once I’ve retested and updated the ones that need it after university and aurora skies. 🙂

(Copied from my Sims 3 Blog):



Mom to an active and opinionated 17 year old. Have a wonderful husband who allows me to keep my Sims addiction. ;) Also, an avid crafter, mostly knitting and (some) crochet, but some needlepoint and cross-stitch as well. When I have time, I also enjoy reading and music.

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