This is where I display my Sims 2 creations and offer them for download!

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My Policy:
-No Paysites please!
-You can recolour and include my meshes with your recolour, but please credit and link back here.
- You can convert my objects for other Sims games, but please credit and link back here.
-You may include my Items in lots, just credit me and link back here.
-Let me know what you do with my stuff! I like to know:)

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

More TSM Conversions

***Update*** download link is fixed, it should link to the correct file now!

I wanted shields to hang on the wall, so I went to convert some from TSM, which led to finding other random things to convert...

Wall Shields are all in Deco -> Wall, and shouldn't require any expansions.

Blacksmith sign, barrel sign, and Physcian's shelf are in Deco -> Wall, and shouldn't require any expansions.

Statues are in Deco -> Sculptures, and shouldn't require any expansions.

The book pile with the candle is a lamp, found in Lighting -> Table Lamps, and it requires University.

All other items are in Deco -> Misc and shouldn't require any expansions, except poissibly the Hourglass, I can't rember what I cloned it off...

Sim File Share: http://www.simfileshare.net/filedetails/8398/
Box: https://app.box.com/s/ptznbddq7jn2j5sqg7pl

30/1/2016: When Going through my deco category in buy mode, I noticed that the 'Bella Squared' painting was missing... turns out one of my TSM shields was overwriting it, so I've given the shield a new GUID, as well as brightening up all the shields now I know more about the TXMT. I also brightened up and reduced the size of the Physcian's shelf while I was at it. Better late than never, right?
Download fixed items:
Box: https://app.box.com/s/xjsyafm7ufou57wftufe9io4l2k2tnsx


  1. Thank you. Real nice clutter for my home.

  2. Thank you very, very much for this! :D I love the deco in TSM, so I'm very happy to see this converted. Perfect for my Medieval-ish 'hood!


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