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my finds: Sim sightings (6 Jan)

January 6th, 2006 by daysies

in my old Sims 2 blog, i had a category called Sim Sightings where i would link to celebs and unique Sims i’ve found on various sites and i thought i should carry it forward here.

what better way to start this off by showcasing jameLia and her realistic creations.  her latest upload to MTS2 was just amazing.  if you’re a big fan of Elijah Wood, download him here and dress him up as Frodo in your LotR themed neighborhood.  :)

the other Sim i wanted to showcase was her rendition of Tom Welling.  *droooool*  ever since people started sharing Sims on The Exchange, i immediately started looking for Clark Kent or Tom Welling, as i’m a HUGE Smallville fan.  no one could even come close.  until jameLia created him.  it almost took my breath away!  LOL!  after seeing him, i was like Orlando, who?  i’m seriously thinking of giving Orlando a run for his money and introducing Tom Welling to the neighborhood.  or just kill him off.  (nooo!!!)  anyway, he might put a kink in my little project (that i’m still developing).  we’ll just have to see.  regarding Tom, the only thing that just didn’t fit was her choice of hair.  i scoured all my Sims 2 links and i found the perfect one on Sim Cribblings.

one thing you can benefit from looking at these completed Sims is that you can find out what they’re made of.  on MTS2, one of the upload requirements is that you cite and link to where you got your custom content from.  from there, you can dig further and see what else that creator has made.  it’s really a win-win situation.  since these Sims are made to look like their real life counterpart, you bet you can find out who the top realistic custom content creators are.  that’s where i found most of my links.

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