Note: Not all of the posts here are mine (I wish) this Simblr is 99% reblogs of other people's work, only the ones below under 'My Creations' are mine
I have a huge dashboard to look through and little time due to working full-time and being a Mother to a one year old. To point me in the direction of your work you can tag your post with 'Sim Designs' or 'Simspiration' or alternatively send me a message :)
Please note that it is at my discretion whether to reblog your work or not. Please do not take offence if I do not. I also sometimes don't reblog 'popular' simblrs if I've seen many of that kind of room/house design before, or maybe it is just not to my taste. I hope you understand.
- Come Sim With Me (My other Simblr)
um it depends on what you are going for? like for example a modern house? i used to go all out and try so hard to make a house look good on the inside rather than the outside (check out my downloads i released over the summer to see what i mean) but now i try to keep it simple yet good looking i guess. maybe try looking at interior design blogs, or even an ikea catalog for inspiration, and maybe even “practice” a few times in game by simply building a room, and decorating it. if you are using CC, dont go overboard, especially if you want to play in that house. it can really get your game slow. its also a good idea to stay to a colour scheme. i usually use this website to get a good idea of what colours to use
its also a good idea to keep these cheat codes enabled:
- moveobjects on
- disablesnappingtoslotsonalt on
and to rotate an object 360 degrees or place it off grid, hold down the alt key as you drag the object around
hope this helps!
The other day I was asked how I take high quality pictures. While I feel that my graphics are pretty sub par, considering my video card is well past her time (Nvidia GTX 280, bless her old soul), there’s several things one can do in order to achieve quality nirvana. One of them being lighting. Placing lamps at seemingly random distances greatly affect how our Sim appears. With the correct placement, our Sim can look pretty damn fantastic! And with the not-so-right placement, our Sim can also look like a tightly coiled, steaming pile of dooky.
All that I ask is that, prior to reading this, please take into consideration that this tutorial is showing how I set up my lighting and am by no means saying that my way is the best way. This is simply the method I feel to be most effective (for the time being) in my game and it may be the same for yours too!