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July 21, 2016

Aw, Shucks!! A Clam Hennin.

(Also shared at the PlumbBob Keep)
Using and tweaking the mesh created by Rosemaryr at CGTraders, our courtly ladies have another hennin to adorn their fashionable outfits with.
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July 18, 2016

I'm A Barbette Girl, In A Barbette World!

(Also shared at the PlumbBob Keep)
Using a snippet of a veil by Cynnix here and a filet made by me there, I bring you ......
The Barbette!! With or Without Veil!

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May 24, 2016

Highland Hearth

Since the fire aspect plays such a vital role in medieval times, I made a free standing cooking stove with animated fire. Simply put three objects together and your castle kitchen or tavern gets that smokey, sooty atmosphere. The fire logs have 8 slots, thus you can place the kettle and other objects all over the surface. Additionally, the set includes matching walls. Basegame compatible. For convenience, all three meshes are filed under Appliances > Cooking for 600 S. Shows up on Community lots, too.

May 15, 2016

Tudor Hoods and Dresses

Recently, we celebrated the 5th Anniversary of the PlumbBob Keep, so I thought I would share this with you here at the Smithy too. The theme to my gifts to everyone was titled "Tut, Tiaras and Tudors". I have gotten into making accessories and found some great meshes created by Rosemaryr at CGTraders that I tried to make for The Sims 2. One of the meshes she created was an early gable hood. The veil was causing me issue in assigning joints and bones (being still new to making them) so I shortened it from the original. Then I utilized the dress meshes from Sim Ages (now closed) for the adult, All About Style for the child, and a mesh reworked by G-Knee, for a project Heget had done, for the teen.