Thought I'd Share...
#1 22-06-2015 
Hey everybody. I'm still kind of new here, and so I may be posting this in the wrong place. If so... please accept my apologies and feel free to direct me to the proper place to post.

I was kicking around a new idea and needed to try and find walls for a frontier-style fort (no luck so far!), when I came across an interesting little website with some new stuff for the Sims. Some of it is a little strange and unusual, but it seemed to have quite a few interesting things. The site is in German and I don't really know any German at all to read it... But I thought some of you might be interested in looking around.

http://feeessen-sims-objekte.de/include.php?path=start

Enjoy!

-grinEvilly
>=)
"Ambitious!! ...but rubbish."
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#2 22-06-2015 
The address may have changed over the years, and the collection too. But feeEssen is not new to me. She has been around quite a number of years Smile Anyway, thanks for reminding me Heart

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#3 22-06-2015 
Sure thing! Every now and then, I stumble across something different... Often times, it's the non-English ones, probably because they don't come up in English search results. This one's content seemed rather unique.


-gE
>=)
"Ambitious!! ...but rubbish."
[Image: 69821_160121223442gE Fish.jpg]

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#4 22-06-2015 
And unique it is, indeed. Most of it anyways. Smile

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#5 30-06-2015 
I found an interesting site that has a bunch of TS3::2 Conversions. Some of you may know of it already, but for anyone who hasn't seen it, or maybe forgot about it, http://amovitamsim.livejournal.com/

There's some interesting objects and decorative items there. I always thought TS2 could use more plants and sculptures. Paintings, I can recolor on my own. But plants and sculptures are a bit more challenging, and my meshing skills are definitely sub-par. I once tried to attach a shower to a mesh and i got could best be described as what looked to be a pancake floating about shin-height to my sims. hahahha!

Enjoy!
"Ambitious!! ...but rubbish."
[Image: 69821_160121223442gE Fish.jpg]

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#6 01-07-2015 
You can click the English flag on Fairy Forest/ Fenwald and the site will change to English. FF has indeed been around for many years and has very good content. If you want something that tends not to pop up in Google with very interesting and novel content look up Plumb Bob Keep.

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#7 01-07-2015 
Thanks joandsarah! I've been to PlumBob Keep, and i've got a few of their downloads. =) Great suggestion!

I can't find an English flag on Fenwald's site, though. I've just been winging it! haha


-gE
>=)
"Ambitious!! ...but rubbish."
[Image: 69821_160121223442gE Fish.jpg]

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#8 02-07-2015 
(01-07-2015 11:03 PM)joandsarah Wrote:  You can click the English flag on Fairy Forest/ Fenwald and the site will change to English.

When I follow the link in the top post of this thread, I see no english flag to click anywhere. So I'd like for you to point out how *you* do that, @joandsarah.

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#9 02-07-2015 
http://www.feenwald.de/

That's the site that Jo is talking about - Fairy Forest/Feenwald. The English flag is on the far right hand side. It's done by the same person, and it's easy to confuse Feeessen and Feenwald.

To see FeeEssen in english you need to follow this link:

https://translate.google.com/translate?h...ath%3Dnews

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#10 02-07-2015 
Thank you, Kiri. That makes a lot of sense. Heart

Though I'm sure Jo meant to help, seeing as how we were talking about the Feeessen link, and a link to Feenwald had not been given yet, her post was actually confusing instead of helpful! Big Grin

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