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Posted 25th Jan 2019 at 11:38 PM - Updated 18th Feb 2019 at 2:08 AM by Charity - Viewed 2841 times. Direct link to this thread
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When I was a kid and we went away on holiday we used to go to this little Devonshire Tea place and have scones with jam and whipped cream.
When I found some TS3 deco scones I decided that I had to convert them for Sims 2 and make them edible.
Tamamaro expressly forbid directly re-uploading their work as is, but allow mesh edits, which a conversion apparently falls under.
I used the Santa cookies as a base, but I raised the cooking level needed to 3. I've been told that this works without Happy Holiday Stuff, but let me know if you have any problems. I used the mesh from crocobaura's Mango and Watermelon Icecream for the cream dollop. Thank you for your open policy. I wanted both halves of the scone on the eating plate, so I had to make it eaten with a fork, because eat by hand made them raise both halves at once to their mouth (plus I couldn't get an angle where children weren't shoving it up their noses). They are available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, under desserts.
The scone textures and mesh are all from Tamamaro's deco scones.
Uncooked scones = 1980
Scone serving = 660
Single scone = 328
Tamamaro, for the deco scones
crocobaura, for the cream mesh
sirrena, for giving me a working link to the TS3 download.
foxmanic, for translating the Tamamaro site for me.
Simmiller, for helping me with changes required.
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