My Policy: -No Paysites please! -You can recolour and Include my meshes with your recolour, but please credit and link back here. -You may include my Items in lots, just credit me and link back here. -Let me know what you do with my stuff! I like to know:)
I've been meaning to take pictures of these and upload them for a while. It also took me a while to track down the original TS3 objects as some are from store sets- here are 12 toybox toys converted from TS3, as deco for TS2.:
I've converted some items from The Sims 3: Supernatural:
The Items are: 3 broomsticks, 3 book piles, 3 wand displays, 1 wand on a pillow, 3 potions (each with 2 recolours) and a cash register. All Items are Deco, found in Deco -> Misc. except for the cash register, which is functional and is found in Electronics -> Misc.
This toy dragon is from The Sims Medieval, and I made him a clone of the Open For Business fire truck toy (from the craft bench). that means your sim kids can play with him, like with the fire truck. the dragon appears in the catalog under Misc. -> Toys.
Hogwarts Portraits! These are recolours of Maxis' Lady on Red, which is basegame, so every one can use these. for the fancy frames in the second picture, get Curiousb's "The Flat Earth" slaved meshes: http://curiousb.dreamwidth.org/21237.html
The Quibbler rack is a recolour of the Maxis magazine rack. The countertop Weasley is a recolour of the Maxis countertop game rack. However, the floor standing Weasley rack is a full clone of the maxis rack, as it is the only way to recolour the game boxes. These racks still sell normal maxis magazines and games. they are found under misc. -> misc. on community lots.
Posters made from Maxis book covers, magazines and neigbourhood billboards. The book posters (top picture) are recolours of the Freetime movie poster. The billboard posters (middle picture) are recolours of "Engineered Angst in Red" from the Base Game. the Magazine posters (bottom picture) are recolours of the Freetime movie poster.
Univerisity Medieval table on 3 tiles. you can't really use the two side slots though, as objects placed on these slots tend to float in mid air-they sit in the air next to the table. I made this to use as a desk centred on an odd number of tiles. May require Unversity.