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Reynolds House
« on: 2007 June 03, 18:38:44 »
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I ar dun made house.

About it:
-5x5 lot
-Kitchen and separate dining room
-Large living room (93 squares, basically a 9x9 room with... er... the extra spaces)
-4 bathrooms (One on first floor, three on second floor)
-3 bedrooms
-Front porch, upstairs porch, and a small balcony-porch-type-thing off the master bedroom
-Pool
-Pond
-Loads of extra space for whatever
-Unfurnished or furnished version; the furnished version is a little bit sparse, but it's got most basic necessities and there isn't much in the way of good Maxis decorations with my EPs anyway.

Cost: 57,484

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Oops, forgot my bribe:

Bribe:
I will make up to five houses or Sims for the first people that come to me. And I will make them well... oh, I will make them well.

Edited ONCE AGAIN for:
I have Pets, Seasons, and Glamour Life stuff pack. That might be useful for people, as I used a lot of stuff from Seasons.

I'm really bad at this whole "posting" thing. Here's the furnished version.

* Reynolds House - Unfurnished.Sims2Pack (975.68 KB - downloaded 354 times.)
* Reynolds House - Furnished.Sims2Pack (1279.99 KB - downloaded 376 times.)
« Last Edit: 2007 June 05, 01:40:17 by carareynolds » Logged

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Re: Reynolds House
« Reply #1 on: 2007 June 03, 19:25:45 »
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I have to say that I really like this house. I've downloaded it already, but I have question. What size lot was it built on?
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Re: Reynolds House
« Reply #2 on: 2007 June 03, 19:42:05 »
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Right, sorry Flamingo. It's a 5x5 lot. I'll edit the post now.
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Re: Reynolds House
« Reply #3 on: 2007 June 05, 01:25:30 »
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Where are the pix of the furnished version? You aren't getting a great aesthetics score for an empty house. Unless it has a cat in it, and an "invisible everything" caption.
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Re: Reynolds House
« Reply #4 on: 2007 June 05, 01:38:13 »
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Better?
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Re: Reynolds House
« Reply #5 on: 2007 June 05, 05:40:57 »
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That downstairs bathroom looks big enough to be two or three bathrooms.
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Re: Reynolds House
« Reply #6 on: 2007 June 05, 10:32:18 »
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May I ask why you put this on a 5x5 lot?  The house itself appears to around 15x20 squares, so would fit comfortably on a 3x3 lot, with room for pool, driveway, garage, etc.

I'm not being critical.  I tend to use smaller lots in my game, and was just curious why this was on such a big lot.
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Re: Reynolds House
« Reply #7 on: 2007 June 05, 20:53:17 »
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It was on a big lot because it was originally a house I had built for my Legacy family. There was a lot more on the lot on my Legacy house that I couldn't redo because of the rules. I usually use smaller lots too, but it would look so out of place on a smaller lot. I think it looks really nice with a bunch of custom terrains and with more trees- it's very pretty.
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Re: Reynolds House
« Reply #8 on: 2007 July 01, 09:52:58 »
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Where are the pix of the furnished version? You aren't getting a great aesthetics score for an empty house. Unless it has a cat in it, and an "invisible everything" caption.

ROFFLE!!  Cheesy

I'd be tempted to declare a house builder who had the balls to do that the winner immediately.

This is why i am not a judge.
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Re: Reynolds House
« Reply #9 on: 2007 July 02, 12:44:28 »
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0.2 for aesthetics. Not much in the way of interior decoration.
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Re: Reynolds House
« Reply #10 on: 2007 August 30, 15:09:56 »
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Bribe: 0.15
Functionality: 0.65
Scenarios: 0.65
Cost Effectiveness: 1.0
Expand 0.4
Physics: 1.0
Aesthetics: 0.2

Technical: 0.65
Total: 0.45

Correct Behaviors
Level Edges - Will Not Damage Neighborhood

Correctable Issues
Do Not Use Arches For Kitchen Security!
No Anti-Wolf Fencing!
No Nursery!
The One Desk Not Placed
Visitor Not Properly Confined To Viewing Deck
Bathroom Equipment Chosen Terribly!

Fundamental Flaws
Interior Space Limited
No Nursery!
No Driveway!


Also, your new username and avatar suck. Change it back.
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