Saturday, December 18, 2010

Robe for female mages

Here's my newest creation, a robe for adult and young adult female mages. Of course, since there's no real magic in TS3, it's best for storytelling and making movies. It's based on the robes from Dragon Age and originally created for my Wynne sim.

It's the first time I found some real use for the outfits that came with World Adventures. So, if you want to have this outfit in your game, you must have the World Adventures expansion pack, otherwise it won't show up.

There are three recolourable channels:

Hope you like it :)
Download from MEDIAFIRE

Friday, December 17, 2010

Leather Armor for females

I took some time to make more presentable preview pictures and adjust the texture slightly. So here's the improved version.

It's the first cc I created that's other than eyes and I did this for my warrior sims. I retextured a base game dress, so you don't need any ep's for it

 The textures are taken from various images from Dragon Age and the dress has three recolourable layers.

Download from MEDIAFIRE

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Default Eyes by VacuumMelon

Hiya. Here's my first TS3 creation - default replacement for eyes. I wanted to create eyes that would work with light colours as well as darker ones.  

These look basic, but you can use them to create very bright fantasy eyes or regular eyes.

If you want to have them in your game, make sure you don't have any other default eyes in your downloads folder and then extract the downloaded file into your The Sims 3/Mods/Packages folder.

(Click on the picture to see how these eyes work with different colours.)
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Saturday, December 4, 2010

The Characters of Dragon Age: Origins

I've wanted to do this for a long time and now I finally managed it. From left to right are Elissa Cousland (human noble warden), Alistair, Morrigan, Leliana (trailer version), Sten (trailer version) and Wynne.

Sculpting Alistair was pain in the ass. It was just impossible to get him look right, so I finally just gave up.

I spent about two weekends on Morrigan and Leliana, and only one day to create the others. Since I don't use any core mods, I had to create a new family every time I wanted to edit facial features. Thanks to this, I had three Morrigan's wandering around at one point; and no, I couldn't just delete them or move them out or whatever. I had to kill them. Poor Morrigans (and aww @ Leliana's sadface).

Now I have to figure out what I'm going to do with them. Perhaps I should start storytelling... although that would require an idea and that I have not. Go figure.