I have been building houses in Sims since Sims 2 first came out. I’m more a creative builder, not so much a commertial one. I never build the same house twice. The last few years I have been very preoccupied with inside decoration of houses. I have made lots of fusion style houses. Everything from maurish to historic styles, but my main style has always been modern. My main concern has been a house in many styles carefully dragged into our modern times.
Before that, when 2 and 3 was quite new I focused a lot on the technical aspect of this game. From time to time I’m bored with just decoration and like to try’n make a technical house look nice as well. I have learned that a technical house very fast ends up looking ugly. To make a techical house look nice is more of a challenge, but also quite rewarding.
As a creative person I also like to try new things. For that reason the follow me part of this site is one of the biggest. What I gain from doing something new isn’t always that obvious, but from time to time I learn very big new subjects that way. Like world building, I made 3 of them.
Garden and Bedrooms
Back on track
Mediarooms and livingrooms
Yellow, Blue or Lilac lights
Basements with pool and door?
I made it half'n hour before the timer stopped. I'm not totally finished, there is quite a bit more to do yet, but it's looking kind of promising 🙂 I hope you like it too. Now I have to make a backup before it's all lost. Edit: and it seems my last changes that...
I'm using plural because they come in plural in this house. I said I would post about the garden for you, but looking at my bunch of photos I think I should take the inside first and then see where I end. This is the upstairs mediaroom with door to the garden now. I...
I have been working a lot on colors for the lights in the basement, just to make the depth and interests in the room pop out. Below you can see my work on the combination orange and blue/lilac. This is the downstairs bathroom. I don't perticularly like the yellow...
I took more than 300 pictures on my trip to Oxford. You can see them all on Flickr.