sailfindragon made these brick walls with lighter grout for me! They’re pretty great (as are the original darker grout ones). 
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sailfindragon made these brick walls with lighter grout for me! They’re pretty great (as are the original darker grout ones). 

DOWNLOAD HERE

ritsuka-sims:

I converted Cosette’s Iron Ghosts plaster walls for The Sims 4. I used a personal conversion of these quite a lot in The Sims 3 so I had to get these in my game asap.

There are 30 colors to choose from and can be found in the paint section for 5 simoleons.

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Fan-fucking-tastic. Thank you SO MUCH.

Backyard patio and garden for my current family. 

Anonymous asked:
"i love your blog name"

Thanks! Can’t take any credit though; my brother jezkline came up with the name.

A work in progress. This was supposed to be for my current family, but it very quickly became far too expensive (is it just me, or is stuff more expensive than in TS3?). On the plus side, I’m starting to enjoy building in this game!

The Harmon

  • 30x20 lot
  • $89,211
  • 3 bd/2 ba

No CC. Built on Potter’s Splay in Willow Creek.

Origin ID: fakehouses

Hashtag: fhra

Holy shit, you guys. Excuse me while I go build ALL THE TUDOR HOUSES.
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Holy shit, you guys. Excuse me while I go build ALL THE TUDOR HOUSES.

DOWNLOAD HERE

This one’s a starter house, and pretty much a copy of the Mayes.

This one’s a starter house, and pretty much a copy of the Mayes.

Anonymous asked:
"Do you have an origin account to download the houses on TS4? They're phenomenal."

Thanks! I do have an account to share these on the Gallery, and the first one I posted is actually all done, but I just haven’t gotten around to putting them up. I will post it here once I get some pictures together.

Building some more stuff. 

Building some more stuff. 

Hey look, I finally built something in TS4.

Hey look, I finally built something in TS4.

I’m still on vacation but haven’t been doing a whole lot of building lately—partly due to a busy travel schedule and partly due to my game and/or Internet connection being a pain in the ass. But in the absence of new Sim houses I thought y’all might like some more real-life architecture. So here are a few recent pictures I took in Bhaktapur, Nepal. You can look at my Instagram for more (but it’s mostly just pretty buildings, as you might expect).

aoibhel replied to your photo “This is incredibly frustrating. Quoining and edging won’t place on…”

Apparently shift clicking will work, but I’ve had no luck.

I’ll have to try that anyway next time I load up my game. In any event, they really ought to add something like that in a patch.

friesoffrance replied to your photo “This is incredibly frustrating. Quoining and edging won’t place on…”

I noticed that sometimes the different sidings edge in different places. Like the siding with brick edges more often than just plain siding….

I’m seeing that too. Perhaps some clever modder will fix the ones that don’t work properly.

peacemaker-ic answered to your photo “This is incredibly frustrating. Quoining and edging won’t place on…”

I don’t think so. The stupid part is, some of the siding walls don’t do this -_-

Yeah I saw your picture. In that case it looks like it was someone’s fuck-up rather than a feature. :P

This is incredibly frustrating. Quoining and edging won’t place on corners that don’t have one tile of space between itself and another corner. You can see the stupidness to the left of the door and on the right-hand corner.
Perhaps a later patch will do this, but right now can I really not manually place walls with edging/quoining?

This is incredibly frustrating. Quoining and edging won’t place on corners that don’t have one tile of space between itself and another corner. You can see the stupidness to the left of the door and on the right-hand corner.

Perhaps a later patch will do this, but right now can I really not manually place walls with edging/quoining?

fiery-rabbit:

Inspired by this beauty.

(…I’m having troubles with the roof though… the second story looks awful with the walls down, and the left half of the roof doesn’t even disappear!)

Wow, it looks great! That one is one of my favorites, for sentimental reasons :)