Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Stupid...grumble grumble.

Okay, so it doesn't seem like it's everyone, but some people are having issues with the trellis. I intend to take a look at it, but I'm not entirely sure how to fix it. I've gotten a suggestion or 2, I'll just have to take a little time to mess with it.

If you're one of those that are having problems with this object, I sincerely apologize. It's not a game breaker but it's not working as advertised and that's frustrating to you as the downloader and me as the creator. I'll try to have a fix up soon, but it may take a day or 2 as I'm really busy atm.

Sorry about the issues, sorry about the wait. I'm learning a lot of this as I go, so I hope you can bear with me as I learn.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

New and Improved!

Today, I actually did quite a bit. I learned how to make patterns, so I have one of those for you in 2 sizes. My first completed pattern. YAY!

The New:It's based on the image from my Quartets sets, and comes in 2 sizes (large on the wall and small on the rug, though that should be fairly apparent lol).

Also, you know that trellis? The one with the red-only blossoms? Not anymore! I wish I knew how to make default replacement, since this one is 3-colors re-CASt-able. This one was one of those things that I kept setting aside until I could decide how I wanted to approach it. I may revisit this later, as I simply moved EA's textures for the leaves and flowers from an overlay stamp onto the multiplier texture instead of creating my own...however, I'm fairly pleased with how it turned out.

The Improved:

I also have a few sets of paintings sitting on my desktop that I'm going to be sharing shortly, I just am too tired to get all of the preview pics done tonight. Check back in a day or 2, I should have something new up, since they're completed but all need pics done.

TOU: Play nice, behave.

Friday, April 2, 2010

More Gradient Clothing

Okay, so I said I would and I did.
I've got some more stuff, including some stuff for the guys.

First off, I have the Teen Female Gradient stuff, same as the adult versions, jeans and the pencil skirt.

Then, for the teen guys, I imported the alpha layer of the "rock" career jeans to have some more options, then gave them a ragged and a regular jean with the gradient technique.

Because they already had the rock jeans for Adults, I just added some more color regions and added gradients for the adult males in ragged and regular.

Also, I'd like to thank Brian (aka Breanni) of WarcraftPets.com for allowing me to use his pet images for creation purposes here. I was a Warcraft player for about 5 years and while I don't play anymore, I rather miss my critter collection. I'll probably do some wall art or something with some of the pets as well, and I'm working on a tee set for the ladies, but haven't completed it yet.

As usual, play nice, especially no Exchange with the tees, but feel free to use them. Thanks for stopping by.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Adult Female Gradient Bottoms

Okay, I don't generally do so much with clothes, mostly because I don't do anything really all that different that can't be done by others better. However, I may be doing some now and then because I have some fun ideas. When Lemonleaf and Claeric did a few gradient shirts and stuff, I loved the idea and so I put a few together. My teen versions are acting screwy for some reason so I'll fix and upload those tomorrow if I can figure out what's going on. However, I have some adult female jeans and a pencil skirt for you today.

Thanks to Lemonleaf for the idea, Claeric for exploring it further and posting a how-to in MS3B's comments and you for looking.