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Tags: #garden, #plot, #vegetable, #harvest, #crop, #lettuce, #cabbage, #cauli, #sprout, #spinach, #broccoli, #produce
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This is a picked upload! It showcases some of the best talent and creativity available on MTS and in the community.
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This is a new mesh recolour, and means that you will need to download the particular mesh itself in order for this to show up in your game. See the Meshes Needed section or read the text for more information.
This is a new, custom Seasons garden plot cloned from EAxis "Pleasant Earth" Garden Plot. It produces a selection of six leafy green vegetables commonly grown in Britain (since that is where I am from).
There are sixteen separate objects. I have put them in a folder since you need ALL of them in your game for the garden plot to work properly. All objects have been compressorised. Like the pumpkin patch, this garden plot has the full set of EAxis interactions, the plants need to be watered, tended, sprayed and harvested. Harvested crops can be sold in a home business or used to stock the refrigerator for fresh food points. The crops cannot be juiced, unless or until someone makes a custom juicer.
The plant available to grow for a Sim with no gardening badges is Lettuce. With a bronze gardening badge Cabbages and Cauliflowers can also be grown. With a silver gardening badge Brussels Sprouts, Purple Sprouting Broccoli and Spinach also become available to grow.
Like the pumpkin patch, this plot has to be placed like a floor tile. I have also enabled hood view on the plants - as they are small very little is visible from the neighborhood camera, but at least your sims can look over the fence and admire next door's cabbages from their lots. Unlike the pumpkin patch, only two of the plants have visible fruiting parts, for the other four the harvestable state looks exactly the same as the adult state.
The Grow Your Greens garden plot is available in the Garden Center for $8 and will be found in the same section as the original garden plot .
My second upload is an OpenOffice text document. It is my checklist that I used in making the custom garden plots, and I have uploaded it in case anyone else would like to have a go at making one. I would love to see lots of custom garden plots out there, and you are very welcome to clone one of mine and use the checklist to help you make your own.
As usual, I have photoskinned the plant textures, because I suck at painting them. The attributions for the original pictures I took the textures from are under the spoiler.
By Rasbak 13:13, 20 May 2007 (UTC) - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0
Forest & Kim Starr, via Wikimedia Commons
https://www.freeimages.com/photo/lettuce-garden-1498912 Dave Di Biase
Cabbage 1 (main)
Cabbage 2 (leaf detail) F C Berg
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/...Cauliflower.JPG Shree Krishna Dhital
"http://www.freeimages.com/photo/cauliflower-1495104" Valentina Degiorgis
Bry Downtowngal (Own work) via Wikimedia
Brussels Sprouts (seedlings)
By Eric Hunt (Own work) via Wikimedia Commons
Brussel Sprouts (adult leaves)
by Rasbak (Own work) via Wikimedia Commons
Brussels Sprouts (stalk texture)
By Nick Saltmarsh from London, UK (Brussels sprouts via Wikimedia Commons
By Julie Gibbons (Flickr: broccoli sprouts) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Broccoli (sprouting) Leaf
By Downtowngal (Own work) via Wikimedia Common
Broccoli (purple) Heads
Spinach 1 (seedlings)
By Victor M. Vicente Selvas (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons
Spinach 2 (adult leaf)
Gokhan Okur https://www.freeimages.com/photo/spinach-2-1530354
Spinach 3 - young leaves
By Dinkum (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons
As there are a lot of meshes, I have put the polygon points under a spoiler.
Number of Vertices
GrowYourGreens Garden Plot - 12
Lettuce Plant Sprout - 192
Teen - 272
Adult - 384
Lettuce Crop 240
Cabbage Plant Sprout - 192
Teen - 272
Adult - 332
Cabbage Crop 188
Cauliflower Plant Sprout - 192
Teen - 272
Adult - 486
Cauliflower Crop 298
Brussels Sprout Plant:
Sprout - 222
Teen - 310
Adult - 797
Brussels Sprouts appearing on plant 470
Brussels Sprouts Crop 539
Purple Sprouting Broccoli Plant:
Sprout - 222
Teen - 258
Adult - 322
Purple Sprouting Broccoli appearing on plant 891
Purple Sprouting Broccoli Crop 427
Spinach Plant Sprout - 192
Teen - 364
Adult - 820
Spinach Crop 112
Invisible Fruit 24
My thanks of course to the makers of Simpe, UV Mapper, Paint.net and the other useful free tools for object creation. Also to the writers of the tutorials, without whom we couldn't learn how to use them. And to EAxis for creating the game and being generous about allowing us to share custom content.
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#garden, #plot, #vegetable, #harvest, #crop, #lettuce, #cabbage, #cauli, #sprout, #spinach, #broccoli, #produce