It’s been awhile since I updated so now I have a little bit of backlog to catch up with. This painting has 10 images to choose from in Buy mode and is sort of an odd collection of interesting things I found from all over. It comes in both Sim3Pack and .package forms and the downloads are below the first picture. Additional pictures showing all the images are below that. I hope you will enjoy it.
Picture credit: The plant on the table in the first picture is by Heidi at Exotic Elements.
Here are five kitty poses that will play on the latest version of Cmo’s Pose Player which was updated May 1. They will play from your pose list or if you type the name in. The link is below the first picture.
You will need the latest version of the Pose Player in order for the poses to play correctly. If you have the old version your cat will become distorted if you try to pose it. The new player is here:
Cmomoney’s Pose Player
To see the poses in your game just install the .package in your mods folder. Open the game and buy the Pose Player. Select the cat and click the Player just as you would to play a Sim Pose. I hope you enjoy these
Credit and thanks to Peter & Inge for s3pe, to A for ClipTool, to Cmo for the Pose Player, and to Buzzler for the Pose List .package.
I made this table mesh a long time ago and never got around to finishing it. It’s based on one of my favorite tables from Sims 2 that I found at Reflex Sims although this is a new mesh…not a conversion. It’s a great design since it goes with almost every kind of decor from shabby chic, to modern, to various international styles. I haven’t seen anything like it yet for Sims 3 so I grabbed it out of my to do files and finally finished it. It needed its default settings fixed and this is now an easy job since Inge created her Texture Tweaker tool. You can find that at Simlogical.
The table has nine slots, 3 recolorable channels, and costs 300 Sim dollars. It’s found in the Surfaces/Miscellaneous section. You can place things like phones on it and the Sims will use them. It comes in both .package and Sim3Pack formats and the downloads are below the first picture. I hope you like it.
Picture 1 – White brick wall is from Mango Sims in the Sets section on page 3.
Picture 2 – Plant in can is from Heidi at Exotic Elements. Stack of books is from Jope at Simply Styling
The table was made using s3oc,/s3pe (Peter Jones), MS, Blender, MS plugins (Wes Howe), Blender tools (Cmomoney), and Texture Tweaker 3 (Inge Jones).
I wanted some plain rugs that could fit in anywhere but I didn’t want the sort of flat appearance that you sometimes get with CAS plain patterns. So I made this rug with 15 textured images to choose from. It has two sizes depending on which texture is selected and both of those sizes come in a recolorable choice too. It is available in .package and Sim3Pack formats and the download is below the first picture. The last picture shows all of the available images. I hope you like it.
Here’s another painting for those with a lot of empty wall space. It’s two tiles wide and has 15 images to choose from. If none of those suit your decor it can be recolored in CAS also. It costs 200 Sim dollars and is found in the Decor/Wall Decor section. It comes in .package and Sims3Pack formats and the downloads are below the first picture. You can see all the image choices in the last picture. I hope you will enjoy it.
For some reason I’ve been in the mood to make area rugs I guess. This one has 14 images, 6 of them are wide and the rest are slim so the rug, although it’s a single mesh, has 2 different sizes to pick from in game. Both sizes come in a recolorable selection as well. The fringe on this rug is somewhat longer than it is on the other rug meshes I’ve made. The rug comes in both .package and Sims3Pack formats and they’re in the same download which you’ll find just below the first picture. The first picture shows a wide image choice in-game, the second shows the recolorable slim version in-game, the third shows a slim image choice in-game, and the last shows all the other choices.
Picture Credits: 2nd picture – side table by Heidi at Exotic Elements, ruffles pattern on pillow by Suza at Simply Styling. 3rd picture – starburst mirror by AweSims.
You may also like the Slender Painting Pair shown in the second picture:
This is a fringed Sims 3 rug perfect for modern, casual, or eclectic homes. I couldn’t decide whether to make it large or small so I just made it in both sizes and added a 3 x 2 sized choice as well. It has 15 images to choose from and, if those won’t fit your decorating scheme, it has two recolorable choices also. Basically this rug will fit in just about anywhere. It comes in .package and Sims3Pack formats. The pictures below show each of the sizes and all of the image choices as well as the two recolorable options. The links are below the picture. Choose the .package or Sim3Pack link to get all 3 rugs in your format of choice.
Picture credits: 1st picture – white brick pattern/Mango Sims, decorative S3pe box/Cmomoney@Leefish, tree-stump table/Heidi@ExoticElements. 3rd picture – little potted daisies/Cmomoney@MTS, curtains/HT@Indigo.
As are all the objects at Indigo, these rugs were made with s3oc/s3pe, Milkshape, and Blender.
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This decorative screen is sort of a re-do of the Tropic Screen I made awhile back. I liked that one but it didn’t have many images and I wanted to make one that’s fully recolorable with 4 channels. This one has 10 images to pick from and, if none of those quite fit your decorating scheme, you can recolor the panels in two different ways each with 4 channels. If you select an image each panel has a separately recolorable frame and the hinges are on the fourth channel. The image collection includes a couple Asia themed choices, some modern ones, and a more shabby chic one. Pics showing all the choices and the recolorable panel variations are below. The screen, like almost everything posted in this blog, comes in .package and Sim3Pack forms. They’re both in the same download and the link is below the first picture.
As with all my decorative meshes you’re free to use the mesh to make your own image collections for this screen. Hope y’all enjoy it
Small potted pansies in first picture: Cmomoney at MTS
Lamp in 1st pic & small plants in 2nd: Heidi at Exotic Elements
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I’ve been working on updating things here for the new Pets patch and every post that is compatible with Pets is marked now. I’m working on getting them all fixed. The latest one is the Monday seating set which is all ready to go. I’ve tested it in my game in both .package and SimPack forms and there’s no problems with it. The download has all three pieces, sofa, loveseat, and chair, in both SimPack and .package forms. I hope you enjoy it. Definitely if you have the old version and you’ve patched with the latest EA patch (Pets patch) you’ll need to update with these new ones or the animations will look strange.
Download is below the picture.
The SimPack tool I used to make the set is a beta tool. I haven’t had any issues with items made with it, and I don’t expect you will either, but if you do please post in the thread and let me know. Once all the items broken by the Pets patch are fixed I am planning on going through and converting everything so people who prefer SimPacks can download things in that form too. I can’t wait to be done with all the updating
As everyone knows EA’s latest patch has caused a lot of problems with certain custom content…beds among them. Grant at Sims 3 Stuff n Things has figured out a method of fixing the issue and I’ve used it to fix the three beds I’ve posted here at Indigo. Each of the entries for the beds is updated but to make it easy I’m also just going to post them all here in one place so people don’t have to go hunting around.
Please note a couple of things: 1. These downloads are for people who have the Pets Patch. If you want the beds and don’t have the patch I’ve left the old versions of them here. 2. The EA Asian bed has some small issues with the animations. This is because EA made it that way and *not* because of the tools or methods used to make the default replacement I’m posting here. 3. I still have to fix the other stuff at Indigo that is messed up…if something isn’t marked as fixed for the Pets Patch then I haven’t fixed it yet. I do plan on it though.
These are the three beds:
If you’re interested in fixing the animations on a bed you’ve made the tutorial Grant wrote is at his site here:
Tutorial to Fix Bed Animations
If you have any of these beds in your game and it has the Pets patch you will need to redownload and replace them. Two of these beds are default replacement beds. This means that if you don’t replace them they will overwrite the EA beds and cause all the beds in your game to be messed up.