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( Aug. 24th, 2011 06:57 pm)
I've received my Christmas in July gift from CuriousB, who was assigned to be my Super Secret Santa at the last minute.  You can go check out the amazing things she made for me and download them right here!!!

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I'm not sure whether anybody but myself will find this useful, but I figured I'd throw it up for download and let other simmers decide for themselves.

I'm not a big fan of clothing unlockers for the most part, because they all unlock certain outfits I'd rather never see.  I thought about making my own, but decided that instead, I'd just extract and reimport the textures of all the outfits I did want, eliminating the issue of coming across outfits I didn't want to see.  This way, I could also recategorize some things and make them available for other age groups, and townify them.  This is the fruit of my labors.

What's included?  A lot of the university outfits that were never enabled for adults have been cloned and made available to adults.  The maid dresses (both BV and base game).  All the female witch outfits.  The personal trainer/coach outfit (as activewear only).  The cheerleader outfits for adults (and also categorized as activewear).  The nanny outfits (also categorized as outerwear).  The base game children's fairy outfits with wings have been cloned and categorized as activewear for use with the ballet barre.  Most of the sewing machine outfits.  The matchmaker outfit.  The grand vampire outfits.  The NL raver outfits have been cloned and recategorized as activewear (and the hidden teen versions have been included as everyday and activewear also).  The Crumplebottom outfit, of course.  The cute raincoats with rain boots for AF from Seasons have been cloned and recategorized as everyday, same with the children's ladybug raincoat.  Some of the nicest formalwear only outfits have been recategorized and cloned to be everydaywear.  There are more, but you get the idea, yes?

Everything is seperated in to folders in the .rar according to which EP they require.  They are shoddily labelled in that I didn't rename the files.  However, they do have descriptive-ish names after the numbers (eg. 5f1548a5_oldwitch3.package is one of the witch outfits for elder females and is in the Apartment Life folder).


Credits: Maxis for all the outfits.  I just copied them.  Wardrobe Wrangler for giving me one-click recategorization and townification.

Policy: Do whatever the hell you want with these.  There's absolutely no need to credit me for anything in this download.  Anybody could have done it - I just had the time on my hands.

Having been re-santa'd, I just received my gift from the wonderful [personal profile] aelia  .  It's all kinds of awesome, and so is she for making me something at the last minute.

Go on over to the Christmas In July section to check it out and snag it!

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Today I bring you a fix to a hair that I loved at first sight, but grew very angry with when I realized that it wasn't even finished properly. I'm calling it "Caschetto" as that's what RossyRose called it in all the original filenames, even if he/she didn't call it anything but a Peggy edit.

The first problem with this hair was of course that it was unbinned. Yup, my pet peeve is naturals in the custom bin. But I very soon realized this wasn't the hair's biggest problem. Now, I don't want to badmouth the creator. I really don't. But the mesh is for all ages and the only age that he/she bothered to alpha edit and recolor was the adult version. Every other age group not only had the original mesh's straight across bangs - it was all in Peggy's brown, no matter what color it was supposed to be! I couldn't stand it and I slaved over the hair and finally fixed every single age group to not only show the correct color, but the alpha edited bangs as well. No easy task when I'd never touched hair before except to bin it. 


So now this hair works for all ages and is colorbinned as well. Please note that these will not overwrite the original files, but it should be easy enough to find those if you had them. They all have the word Caschetto in them following the bodyshop number/letter scramble. I have included the mesh for convenience.


Credits: Peggy for the mesh and RossyRose for the textures and alpha edit.

Policy: For every age group except for adult, do what you like but please credit me if you put it on your sims for upload. As for the adult version, DO NOT credit me for that. All credit for the adult version belongs to RossyRose, I just binned it.


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