A gym for the 40×40 at 1605 New Barnacle Blvd. Amenities include: exercise machines; Sim Fu equipment and sparring area; camping supplies shop; small herb garden (buzzburry for the athletic skill, greenleaf for weight loss, ginsing for energy); café; juice bar; crèche; and changing rooms.
After their workouts, sims might want to head next door to the The Saltbox Spa to relax.
My beautiful vistas research inspired me to build a couple of things for Shang Simla. Here is the first of them, a place for your sims to hone their martial arts skills, enjoy a relaxing steam bath, or grab a quiet drink.
I’ve compiled this as a resource for builders looking to create a picturesque home in Shang Simla with the beautiful vista moodlet.
One up from a starter, this compact two-bedroom craftsman is ready for your sims to move in.
DOWNLOAD IT HERE
Feel free to share a furnished version of this home. I’d love to see what you do with it! All I ask is that you link back either to this post or to my TS3 exchange studio.
In my last tutorial, I explained how I’d create a sloped ceiling to match an inspiration picture I’d been given. This time, I’m going to be using similar techniques, but with the addition of 3D beams. I’m going to try to keep things as beginner-friendly as possible, but I’ll assume throughout that you’ve already read and understood that previous tutorial.
Here’s what we’ll be working towards:
I’ll be using the base game monorail fencing to create the beams. I’m going to get them pushed up against the ceiling like that by creating a very thin level just for them. To help you visualize what I mean, here’s how the empty room would look if I colour coded the three different levels purple, red, and yellow:
Let’s get started…
I was asked last weekend by the author of Sim Creates to write a tutorial to help people use the constrainfloorelevation off cheat to create sloped ceilings.
Sim Creates provided me with a lovely picture, which I’ll be recreating in my game.
Here is the picture.
I’m going to show you two different versions over the course of two posts, one without 3D ceiling beams and a more advanced version with them. Both will be step-by-step guides and should be comprehensible to people who have never done any cfe work before, but the second one will take longer and might get stressful for beginners.
Of course, to make a basic sloped ceiling you don’t have to use cfe at all: simply don’t put any tiles under the roof. But if you want to be able to paint the ceiling, read on!
Welcome to Maple Heights, a luxurious modern mansion, ideal for one or two singles or couples. The larger of the two double bedrooms connects to a walk in closet, en suite WC and shower, and bot building lab; the larger, to a gym, master bathroom, office, and sizable balcony. The house’s other facilities include a home cinema, small nursery, pool, further office, four car garage, and grand reception room.
I built this villa as student accommodation for Monte Vista. It has five bedrooms—one double, one single, and three twins—so enough to enough to house 8–9 sims.
An elegant, Dutch Colonial-style home, shown here 1720 New Barnacle Blvd. On the ground floor you’ll find formal sitting and dining rooms, a study, and a master suite. Upstairs are three further double bedrooms and two further bathrooms. The double garage and the space above have been part-converted into a single bedroom (no space for a double here), but could also function well as a skilling/workshop addition to the master suite, from which it is accessible by a covered gangway.