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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

[TS3] The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition Patterns.

September 20, 2017 0 Comments
With my love of "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition", I had to convert the textures for TS3 as non-recolorable patterns. I only used a select few textures for the intent and purpose of re-coloring in CAS, build, or buy mode to create a realistic (and seamless) Skyrim theme.

Download here: "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition Patterns" by Edorenel.

1) EA Games and Maxis for "Create a Pattern" program.
2) Extracted "Skyrim Special Edition" (Steam PC version) HD textures courtesy of Bethesda, creator of "The Elder Scrolls" series.

3) Converted to "The Sims 3" by Edorenel.

[TS3] "Into the Future Base Game Compatible CAS Re-Categorized".

September 20, 2017 0 Comments
Greetings! I love the items from ITF (even though I don't own it), but I noticed something that made no logical sense to my own little brain: outfits categorized horribly! For example, a  strictly-sleepwear item categorized as formal wear as well! No, sillies! It's a shift, and shifts in the old days were another word for sleepwear! Ha, ha! So, here I am with a fix. These are .package files only!

What was Fixed?
1) Lingerie bottom and top re-categorized as only sleepwear and swimwear (no longer sleepwear, swimwear, career, and athletic. Valid for random.
2) Shift Metallic re-categorized as strictly sleepwear (no longer sleepwear, everyday, formal, career, and athletic). Valid for random.
3) Swim Block re-categorized as strictly swimwear (no longer swimwear and athletic). Valid for random.
4) Tunic Dress re-categorized as strictly every day, formal wear, career, and outerwear (no longer athletic and sleepwear).  Valid for random.

Download here: "ITF BGC CAS Re-Categorized" by Edorenel.

1) EA Games/Maxis
2) "How to Re-categorize Clothing in The Sims 3" by Skimplex Sims.
3) "BG-Compatible ITF Clothing" by Akuiyumi. Found and shared by KatyFernlily here.

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Friday, September 8, 2017