This is a picked upload! It showcases some of the best talent and creativity available on MTS and in the community.
These objects became broken with the patch 1.6.6 and the expansion and caused the "blue lot syndrome". I have fixed them now so if you still want to use them with World Adventures, please re-download.
I decided to start learning how to mesh objects for the game. With no meshing experience at all, this plan was exciting and frightening at the same time. I wanted to start with just modifying simple objects a little, I thought that would be easy.
I was so wrong.
A lot of struggling with shadows, glitches, texturemapping and error messages followed. Starting over from step 0 and over again.
Several days (or rather weeks) later... I'm here with a few plants I dare to share, because I always think we need a LOT more variety in decorative objects.
My goal was to increase the number of plants that are placeable on tabletops, counters, nightstands and dressers. So, I pulled the hosta from the ceiling, re-planted the fern, and modified the orchid into a dracaena. Then created a recolor for each, thus this upload is 6 new plants.
All cost 40§ and are found in Decorative/Plants, obviously.
They don't replace game objects and all the pots are recolorable as usual.
Fern/Dracaena Long: 474 faces, 390 vertices
Hosta/Syngonium: 272 faces, 251 vertices
Dracaena Lime/tricolor: 456 faces, 491 vertices
Thanks to Inge and Peter Jones for S3PE
Wes Howe for the object tool and the help he keeps providing in the meshing forum,
DeluxeDesigns for the tutorial,
and MTS for hosting all of the above and my stuff