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Russian clay stove (Please redownload!)

by Jeka Posted 22nd Feb 2008 at 10:28 PM - Updated 27th Oct 2008 at 5:14 PM by -Maylin-
31 Comments / replies (Who?) - 24 Feedback Posts
This is a new mesh, and means that it's a brand new self contained object that usually does not require a specific Expansion pack (although this is possible depending on the type). It may have Recolours hosted on MTS - check below the description for more information.
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Please redownload if you have experienced interaction problems with cooking on my stove or if you downloaded the temporary walk-through version. I resolved the interaction problem and returned the original footprint so all 6 tiles are not walkable anymore.

Hello again!

Let me present you another piece of Russian culture.

The interior of typical Russian peasant houses in earlier times was quite simple, even severe, deprived of decorative furniture. But there always was a dominant feature inside any log hut and in people’s life. All the family got together near it in the evening to embroider, to carve wood or just to tell stories. It was a large clay stove, occupying one corner to the left or right of the main door. It was not only the means of heating the house and cooking meals, baking clay pottery or drying herbs and fruits, but also a sleeping place that could accommodate ten to twenty people. I believe it was quite comfy to spend long frosty Russian winters on a warm stove! So comfy that some characters of Russian fairy tales could spend over 30 years on it (not because they were unable to walk, but just didn’t want to leave such a nice place) or they could go to conquest pretty girls right on it like on a car! There are dozens tales, songs, proverbs where the Russian Stove is mentioned. You can read, if you want, one of those stories here.

Your Sims, unfortunately, won’t be able to sleep on my stove, but they quite can cook delicious traditional Russian meals.

This stove comes in two recolors: white and tidy one for an ordinary peasant family, and a shabby one which could make a good addition for a Baba Yaga log hut. Be careful! She also bakes strangers in it! So don’t be surprised if your neighbors start disappearing.

You can find it in Cooking Appliances.

Polygon Counts:
Faces=2665, vertices=3103 for 6 tiles

Additional Credits: SimPE and CEP creators, Milkshape, 3D Max, Photoshop

Big thanks to
The Well-Equipped Thief for great textures!

Many many thanks to Jasana_BugBreeder for her help with resolving the problem with the stove interactions.
Tags: #stove, #oven, #rustic, #russian

Style: Antique
Room: Kitchen
Maxis Flags: Not Applicable

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Test Subject
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Forum Resident
#2 Old 23rd Feb 2008 at 11:26 AM
Looks really nice!
Thank you.

//HB

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Forum Resident
#3 Old 23rd Feb 2008 at 12:51 PM
Very nice and special. Something I waited for already for a long time, thank you!
hexameter
Lab Assistant
#4 Old 23rd Feb 2008 at 1:07 PM
This is really fantastic ! Five stars and... thanks !

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DO NOT UPLOAD MY CC ON PAY SITES, THANKS
Field Researcher
#5 Old 23rd Feb 2008 at 1:15 PM
wonderful, this is truely amazing! thanks for sharing!

You're lying to Sam like he's your wife. Which kinda makes me your mistress.
Top Secret Researcher
#6 Old 23rd Feb 2008 at 1:33 PM
this is truly a fabulous work! i can't wait to try these out in my rural families!
thanks a lot!!!
Lab Assistant
Original Poster
#7 Old 23rd Feb 2008 at 3:03 PM Last edited by Jeka : 23rd Feb 2008 at 6:06 PM.
Thank you all for your feedbacks and many many thanx for another star
Field Researcher
#8 Old 23rd Feb 2008 at 3:52 PM
This is wonderful, thanks for your hard work!!

Hugs

Be true to yourself, only your opinion of yourself truly counts.

Darkie
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#9 Old 23rd Feb 2008 at 7:46 PM
This is beautiful! Thanks for sharing

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Field Researcher
#10 Old 24th Feb 2008 at 4:48 AM Last edited by BillySIMS139 : 25th Feb 2008 at 2:11 AM. Reason: reporting problems with stove
Default Problems with stove interactions
It's a wonderful looking stove. However, I've been testing it and have come across a couple of problems. I'll e-mail you directly to explain them. For those who haven't used it yet, see if you can get a sim to complete the action of creating a single serving of toaster pastry and creating spaghetti. Those are the two interactions my sims could not complete. I hope this can be fixed, as this is a wonderful looking object!

Let me know if you use any of my recolors in a story, video, etc. I'd like to see it!
Field Researcher
#11 Old 24th Feb 2008 at 7:26 AM
this is just wonderful! you did such a nice job on it, it makes me want to bake some fresh bread in it
me and all my medieval, and old fashioned sims thank you very much
Field Researcher
#12 Old 24th Feb 2008 at 10:38 AM
Very nice stove!Thank you and spasibo^^

One day you're gonna wake up and realize how much you care for her--
And when that day comes she'll be waking up next to the boy who already knew.
--Anonymous
Test Subject
#13 Old 24th Feb 2008 at 8:23 PM
Spasiba! This is wonderful! You're in good way of becoming one of my favourite creators
Lab Assistant
#14 Old 26th Feb 2008 at 1:02 PM
Wow, this looks very beautiful. I also nice for a medevial household or the vacancion lot in the mountains.

Great!
Lab Assistant
#15 Old 26th Feb 2008 at 6:37 PM
I like the things you do, and I especially like the way you present them, sharing small pieces of your country life with us... Thank you...

And Baba Yaga remembered my childhood, when my sister read me stories about her and also about the prince who was too lazy to leave his stove... Which I didn't really understand, because we had a stove in the kitchen, and a really, really hot one, and I couldn't imagine how someone would want to stay on such an inconfortable thing, much less sleep on it !

So thank you for that too... And keep up the good work...
Lab Assistant
Original Poster
#16 Old 28th Feb 2008 at 2:47 PM
Nan
I like to share the things I know and Russian culture is so rich!

As for the stove, a real Russian stove is not as hot outside as it might seem. And you quite could put your head inside it and wouldn't be burnt. Just because the fire and hot coals are quite deep inside the stove and you won't reach them without special devices. That is why there were such long oven forks and baker's shovels. And the stove walls are pretty thick. Thanks to that they don't get too hot but can keep the heat for quite a long time. The stove actually needs feeding with firewood only twice a day. So the rest time of the day can be spent for laziness.
Wiki Wizard
#17 Old 28th Feb 2008 at 8:58 PM
lovely item and very good idea, i love it:D


It's ok, we all laugh-snort occasionally!
Check out some of my other stuff here.
Test Subject
#18 Old 3rd Mar 2008 at 7:33 PM
Великолепная штуковина!

More slim/curvy/athletic/mythic stuff at http://www.differentsimgirls.com/
Test Subject
#19 Old 25th Mar 2008 at 1:13 PM
Круто =)
Test Subject
#20 Old 29th Mar 2008 at 12:18 PM
Пеееечка! Пеееечка!
Классно! Спасибо!
Scholar
#21 Old 22nd Apr 2008 at 2:52 PM
looks wonderful - thank you!
Instructor
#22 Old 27th Apr 2008 at 8:42 AM
This will look great in my cabin in the mountains. Thanks!
Test Subject
#23 Old 15th Jul 2008 at 7:04 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fignya
Круто =)

Полностью согласен...Клёво Супер!
Super!!!
Test Subject
#24 Old 24th May 2009 at 11:46 AM
Круто! Прям ВАХ! Thank you!!! Super, super, SUPER!!! ^_^
Lab Assistant
#25 Old 17th Oct 2009 at 12:50 AM
I have absolutely no idea why I've never seen this before. It's totally download-worthy!
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