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Plastic Surgery for Child and up
« on: 2005 August 15, 23:40:45 »
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I got a family who has the plastic surgery machine, and I wanted to make a habit of adopting all those ugly sim children and making them pretty. However, it seems it only works for adults and elders! Is there a hack somewhere or would you consider making one that allows the object to be used by more ages?
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« Reply #1 on: 2005 August 15, 23:56:04 »
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It seems like there was something like that on MTS2.  Just a sec...
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Re: Plastic Surgery for Child and up
« Reply #2 on: 2005 August 16, 00:01:35 »
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OK, here you go.  It is enabled for teens, so children, toddlers, et cetera still can't use it.  But it's a start.
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« Reply #3 on: 2005 August 16, 00:29:48 »
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You can do this without the plastic surgery machine, with Insimenator, or with Danny's clothing tool from DMA sims.  There is no risk of failure *at all* with these.  And you can use them on children.
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Re: Plastic Surgery for Child and up
« Reply #4 on: 2005 August 16, 00:30:24 »
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Really?  I've never used that stuff, so what do I know?
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Re: Plastic Surgery for Child and up
« Reply #5 on: 2005 August 16, 00:45:51 »
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Whenever my sims have adopted a kid, it's never one of the Townies!  And if you use Moveinall, it's not quite the same for the kid as being adopted.....
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Re: Plastic Surgery for Child and up
« Reply #6 on: 2005 August 16, 01:25:14 »
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I kind of enjoyed the risk of failure and doing it all in-game... =3 Thanks for all the help!
Where can I get this DMA sims thing?
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« Reply #7 on: 2005 August 16, 01:45:21 »
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http://www.valdea.com/

It's in the woohoo NPCs set.  It's in the free version...you just have to register for the forum.
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« Reply #8 on: 2005 August 16, 07:41:35 »
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Thank you for aiding me in my (somewhat anal) quest to beautify my neighborhood!
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« Reply #9 on: 2005 August 16, 07:46:38 »
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I just get rid of Townies, even if you beautify them you still have to improve their personalities, change their names to something acceptable - I just cannot believe that anyone, anywhere, could be called Goopy Gilscarbo!!!!   And while you have them running around your neighbourhood, your sims don't get to meet each other very often, they're monopolized by Townies!
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« Reply #10 on: 2005 August 16, 14:43:04 »
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Not only are the names goofy, they're repetitive. I have two Ivy Copurs, two Meadow Thayers, and professors with the same names as the townies. Professor Brandi LeTourneau, anyone?
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« Reply #11 on: 2005 August 16, 15:12:33 »
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Thank you for aiding me in my (somewhat anal) quest to beautify my neighborhood!

I thought it just changed faces?  Tongue
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« Reply #12 on: 2005 August 16, 15:34:26 »
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Gross... Cheesy
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« Reply #13 on: 2005 August 16, 17:31:25 »
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I kind of wonder why you want to change the kids's faces, since Sim children are pretty much universially ugly or funny looking if they're going to grow up to be good looking adults, because the way the game alters the adult face structure to look childlike. When I first got the game I made the mistake of making children without seeing what they would look like as adults, and made their faces attractive - and when they grew up they ended up looking like freaks with super-gaunt faces and needlepoint chins.

So, in other words, be careful when making over a child Sim, or they'll end up being even uglier than they started when they reach adult.
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« Reply #14 on: 2005 August 16, 19:57:32 »
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I noticed that, too! Now when I make sims in Body Shop or CAS, I make an adult that I like and then age them down. Without fail they worse as children. When I use the "Make a Baby" thing in CAS with a couple, I age the kid to adult and choose from there to make sure they won't look like a monkey when they grow up.

Unless I'm going for that look, of course.
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« Reply #15 on: 2005 August 16, 21:15:55 »
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Ardin: I do the same thing.  Of course, then they look like creeps when they're children, but at least they look good when they're adults!
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« Reply #16 on: 2005 August 16, 22:52:09 »
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I do that too. I create a couple and then have them create kids. Then I age the kids to adults in CAS, and usually I end up deleting the original couple. I even have the former kids then create kids and age them. That's how I make my home-made townies. But it is true, even my most handsome/pretty sims start out looking quite ugly as children.
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« Reply #17 on: 2005 August 17, 13:27:12 »
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I worry about a lot of my kids born in game though, as I can't control much of how they turn out. Like Regan and Cornwall Capp's daughter, Rosaline. She's not bad looking for a kid, and considering both her parents have those long, skinny faces with sharp chins, I figure she'll grow up to look like Jafar from Aladdin.

She's probably going to get one of those plastic surgery thingys when she grows up.
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« Reply #18 on: 2005 August 17, 13:54:46 »
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Funny Ardin, a little frightening, but funny Cheesy
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« Reply #19 on: 2005 August 17, 20:03:53 »
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I worry about a lot of my kids born in game though, as I can't control much of how they turn out. Like Regan and Cornwall Capp's daughter, Rosaline. She's not bad looking for a kid, and considering both her parents have those long, skinny faces with sharp chins, I figure she'll grow up to look like Jafar from Aladdin.
What's wrong with looking like Jafar?
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« Reply #20 on: 2005 August 17, 20:23:03 »
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What's wrong with looking like Jafar?

Nothing, if you're an evil wizard with gigantic eyebrows. Did I inadvertantly offend you?
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« Reply #21 on: 2005 August 17, 21:25:23 »
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just remember that the plastic surgery process does NOT change genetics.  if you want pretty children as a result of plastic surgery, you have to replace the old facial structure with the new one in SimPE.
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« Reply #22 on: 2005 August 17, 22:12:41 »
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You can also put a mask on them for this short period of childhood.  Even toddlers can where masks, if you have one of the special mirrors that allow tots to 'change appearance'.  You can use one of the silly or cute Maxis standards or you can download some new ones from one of the better sites like MTS2.

They can be quite cute, sort of like Halloween for a week.  Then you can use the Plastic surgery machine as a Teen Birthday Makeover.
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« Reply #23 on: 2005 August 17, 22:34:22 »
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just remember that the plastic surgery process does NOT change genetics.  if you want pretty children as a result of plastic surgery, you have to replace the old facial structure with the new one in SimPE.

I know. I figure that, like real life plastic surgery, it is only correcting God's mistakes on you, but not your children's. Vicious cycle, really.

I'll have Rosaline get some work done when she gets older and then marry her off to some sim who never saw her in her hideously ugly days. He'll never see the monkey children coming...
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« Reply #24 on: 2005 August 19, 02:36:02 »
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Well, I was making an orphanage of sorts.. I never plan for them to breed OR age, so I just wanted them to look cute whenever I feel like playing. Don't worry, I'm aware that the "pretty genes" don't stick. ~_^
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