[older messages]
25 Jul 18, 07:39 PM
Wawa: I know. I saw it on a Facebook feed somewhere
26 Jul 18, 01:59 PM
Moony: You can just look up Raynuss Simfileshare and there is stuff there.
28 Jul 18, 10:09 PM
LadyAquanine: thank you Moony
2 Aug 18, 04:23 AM
LadyAlaise: Hi all
25 Aug 18, 08:17 PM
LadyLochless: hi
25 Aug 18, 08:19 PM
LadyLochless: any tips for building in sims 2 in that yummy medieval style
25 Aug 18, 08:19 PM
LadyLochless: used to building in 4, switching to 2 since theres so much more CC and better CC
26 Aug 18, 08:40 PM
LadyAquanine: a popular style for middle-class homes is the Tudor look, with stone walls on the first floor, and half-timbered walls on the 2nd floor ;)
26 Aug 18, 08:41 PM
LadyAquanine: the type of building and what class of medieval Sim(s) will be using it is a huge factor
26 Aug 18, 08:42 PM
LadyAquanine: one really easy method of building a classic castle with a courtyard, is have the front wall be a "fence" wall, and the other 3 walls are the building itself
26 Aug 18, 08:42 PM
LadyAquanine: that way, the courtyard gets sunlight
26 Aug 18, 08:42 PM
LadyAquanine: having recolorable wooden and "stone" (AKA the Uni concrete) steps is a huge help too
26 Aug 18, 08:43 PM
LadyAquanine: lighting is also important
26 Aug 18, 08:43 PM
LadyAquanine: again, lighting will depend on what the building is, and who's using it
26 Aug 18, 08:43 PM
LadyAquanine: those balustrades (like in the picture to the left) are great for balconies overlooking a dining hall
26 Aug 18, 08:44 PM
LadyAquanine: the beautiful wooden wall panels suit interiors like in a castle or manor, or a high-class tavern
26 Aug 18, 08:46 PM
LadyAquanine: there are some lovely wall panels on this site for libraries and alchemy labs too :D
28 Aug 18, 05:40 AM
Dune: :knight:
7 Sep 18, 12:15 AM
bloom: hi
21 Sep 18, 06:04 PM
Dagmar: Danke