Thursday, December 29, 2016

Big Is Beautiful Part 4

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday, and I wish you all the best for 2017.

This is probably my last installment in this project, at least for a while. Hopefully, with this upload, you'll now have a decently sized wardrobe for your medieval Moma Lisa-sized sims.

So this dress has been converted to a few other sizes, and I thought it would be a good add-on for Momma Lisa, as well. As always, I can't take credit for the original mesh or the textures; that was done by much more talented creators. Hat put together the textures for regular-sized Maxis females, and Cynnix made the original mesh. I just refoobulated the mesh to make it Momma Lisa and did a massive copypasta on the textures.

As always, due to the different size, there's going to be some clipping. My disclaimer is as follows:

1. Body meshing isn't my strong suit

and

2. Because the boobs and butt are SOOOO different, it was hard to get the approximate Momma Lisa shape using this mesh. I did the best I could to make it smooth and roughly Momma Lisa size.

This dress is made for YA-Elder, in everyday, formal, and outerwear.

I included tooltip'd and BSOK'd versions. The BSOK version gives the dresses a custom icon and places them in the same place in the catalog as the other Momma Lisa clothing. The tooltip version isn't sorted in the catalog, and has a tooltip descrition of each dress instead of a custom icon.

The file is around 20 megs, so please be patient.

Credits:
Almighty Hat for the Du Lac textures
Cynnix for the Laced Sleeve Gown mesh

Additionally, Hat credits these nice folks:
iamliz13 for the belts
sherahbim for the chain belts
Aelia for the Autumn color actions
CuriousB for the Any Color You Like actions
Pooklet for the Project Mayhem actions

These are how the dresses look in game:





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Friday, December 16, 2016

The Armory- The Best Defense


Happy holidays, all.

Here's a new set of 22 shields for your sim armory. As always, they're made for teen-elder, for both genders, and for both hands. They can be used along with other Armory accessories, or with NixNivis's original swords. The Skyrim shields were already converted by the talented Lady Lochlane; all I had to do was refoobulate the size of the handles a bit so that they fit better in the Sims' hands. The Witcher shields are perfect for designing your own heraldry; instead of mirroring the mesh for the left side, I cloned the meshes and mover the shield part over, so that whatever texture is applied to the right shield, appears exactly the same on the left shield.

As a bonus, each accessory comes with a custom Body Shop thumbnail and clearly marked tooltip for easy identification.

Credits:

Lady Lochlane for converting the Skyrim shields to Sims 2

redxavier for the Witcher shields

SpiderAkiraC for the shield textures

Heavy picspam behind the cut!


Friday, December 2, 2016

Big Is Beautiful Part 3

Happy Friday, everybody!

Continuing with my Momma Lisa stuff, I present another set of dresses. I've used Wawa's Shapely curves for my Rengal sims for a while. This is an absolutely beautiful set; it has a LOT of different dress patterns for Cynnix's gothic sleeve mesh. I cannot heap high enough praise on this set; it is one of my all-time favorite clothing sets and I use it constantly in my story.

Anyway, here's my attempt to convert the dresses to Momma Lisa. I spent a lot of hours stretching and smoothing, but:

1. Body meshing isn't my strong suit

and

2. Because the boobs and butt are SOOOO different, it was hard to get the approximate Momma Lisa shape with this mesh.

There are a few parts of the mesh I wasn't happy with, but I did my level best and I think overall it looks nice. Made for YA-Elder, in everyday, formal, and outerwear.

I included tooltip'd and BSOK'd versions. The BSOK version gives the dresses a custom icon and places them in the same place in the catalog as the other Momma Lisa clothing. The tooltip version isn't sorted in the catalog, and has a tooltip descrition of each dress instead of a custom icon.

The file is around 50 megs, so please be patient.

Credits:
Wawa for all the Shapely Curves patterns.
Cynnix for the RenGal V2-Gothic Sleeve Gown w/FR's Poulaines.

These are how the dresses look in game:









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