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1  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Your Ugliest Paysite Creation Find: Round Two. on: 2008 July 14, 18:57:36
A'ight.  Cheesy  Wink  As an apology, I offer fug:



Lips. Lips that you pay for. I might, might download the one on the bottom right of it were free. And I had something in my eye. The rest are fucking hideous.
2  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Poor Atwat.... on: 2008 July 14, 18:50:07
I see a little freezy skip on every rotation.  Huh
3  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Your Ugliest Paysite Creation Find: Round Two. on: 2008 July 14, 18:23:54
Naughty. Slap hand for requests. Bad glasscigarette.  I have a sim on my site with his own priest's outfit (you'll have to download the sim) Caleb down the bottom of the page and there's one at Edenstyle: http://www.edenstyle.it/TS2_Fashion_Religion1.htm - it's more Catholic, but not all black.

See, I never download full sims, so it's fair that I missed it.  Wink  That's pretty much exactly what I was looking for; the All About Style one is really nice, too (thanks crookedragdoll). And I thought it was sorta on topic what with the nun outfits and all, so I didn't know a request would be a no-no. Blame it on me not sleeping for the past three days. Sowwy.  Sad
4  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Poor Atwat.... on: 2008 July 14, 18:15:59
The funniest part about not being able to make the dancer go counter-clockwise is that I'm not entirely "right-brained," as it is traditionally described. I'm quite good at math and even started college as a physics major; I switched to literature not because I wasn't good at science (I was top in my class), but because I like literature more. Does this mean I have both sides of my brain working, but I intentionally block the left side out? Seems possible.  Wink

But I still. Can't. Make. It. Switch. Directions.

I really am impatient.  Grin
5  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Poor Atwat.... on: 2008 July 14, 13:50:15
You have to be patient though it can take awhile

 Like more than 8:58:15 till 9:03:24.

*Sorry GC  but I had to tease you on that one  Wink

Pfffff...longer than five minutes? Not interested.  Wink

Hey, a shiny thing! *wanders away*
6  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Poor Atwat.... on: 2008 July 14, 13:03:24
No matter how long I stare, it keeps going clockwise. Maybe I'm just too impatient. Is there a certain point I should focus on to "make" it appear to turn the opposite direction, or did I just not give it enough time?
7  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Look at what I made and om nom nom it! (Post your creations pt. 2) on: 2008 July 14, 11:38:49
DL, that hair is absolutely phenomenal. I'm speechless (or as close to it as I can get). I can't wait to get it in my game. Beautiful Sim and outfit, too.   Grin
8  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Your Ugliest Paysite Creation Find: Round Two. on: 2008 July 14, 10:56:38
On the topic of fugly nuns (sort of), does anybody know where I can get a nice Catholic priest's outfit? All black with a white collar? I've seen a few but none that I particularly liked. Not sure which one's I've seen, either, just to make it harder for you.  Wink
9  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Look at what I made and om nom nom it! (Post your creations pt. 2) on: 2008 July 14, 00:09:25
*GASP*

That's beautiful. It is, by far, the nicest braided hairstyle I have run across. I agree with Quinctia about the gathering: it looks fantastic. I can't wait for it to be finished!
10  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Your Ugliest Paysite Creation Find: Round Two. on: 2008 July 13, 21:17:12
Give. That. Back.  Wink
11  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Your Ugliest Paysite Creation Find: Round Two. on: 2008 July 13, 04:40:59
Chaz seems to be under the impression that photoskinning results in realism.
12  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Poor Atwat.... on: 2008 July 13, 04:32:33
I read the text without a problem.  Of course I see the colors are different from the words but it doesn't bother me at all.  XD  Am I weirder?

I read the words without a problem, but it took me a moment to realize that the text was a different color. Being familiar with this particular trick (thanks to psychology classes from a few years ago), it didn't really trip me up, but it did take half a second to notice what I was seeing.
13  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Look at what I made and om nom nom it! (Post your creations pt. 2) on: 2008 July 13, 04:29:14
*sob* I need those shirts, Bruno!  Wink

Do it, Missbonbon! DO IT.
14  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: More Smutty Than You: TSR's Hall of Shame on: 2008 July 12, 16:02:13
I think almost everyone has probably seen a prostitute, whether or not they are aware of it. Jess Maree is right that many of them are easy to spot, especially in certain areas, and I think you're being ironic/sarcastic about them all wearing the same thing, right? If so, then you are very accurate.

It's a misconception that all prostitutes dress like....well, whores, or stumble around in a drug-induced delirium shouting at inanimate objects because they're mad that they didn't get a fiver for a handjob behind a dumpster. These are examples of an extreme, even if many or even most prostitutes end up at this extreme at one point or another. Just as there are murderers and rapists and furries (haha) who look like "normal" people, and normal people who look like they've lost their minds, there are hookers who don't look like hookers. In fact, the successful ones (a term I use rather loosely to describe the ones who don't get beaten up by their pimps, or get seduced by easy access to drugs) rarely do. It is the extreme cases (the homeless, half-crazy drug addicts and the draggy Hollywood madams dressed in furs) that we notice, because they are noticeable, and they aren't everywhere because they are shifted to seedier locales by "respectable" society.

Of course, people who find themselves lifestyle should expect a life of hardship, because they two quite frequently go hand in hand. It's not a glamorous, or even a normal type of life for most people who get involved in it, and it can lead down dangerous paths very quickly and easily...but it doesn't always. Basically what I'm trying to get at is this: sure, most prostitutes might not blend in at a PTA meeting or a post office, but it is incredibly naive to believe that none of them do. Some live in well to do suburbs or even ritzy neighborhoods, and they fit right in; the secret to their success is that they don't seem like the traditional conception of the downtrodden, rapidly deteriorating whore. Ashley Dupre, anyone?

Anyway, that was my random rant for the day.

And nobody get your panties in twist about the furry comment. It was just a joke.  Wink

Edited because my grammar sucks when I haven't been awake for a few hours.
15  The Pirate Ship / ARR! / Re: Look at what I made and om nom nom it! (Post your creations pt. 2) on: 2008 July 12, 15:36:21
I really like the shine on the eye. I tend to prefer more natural eyecolors, for my own use, but I think the eye is shaping up quite nicely anyway. The area around the sclera looks kind of wonky to me, but I don't know if it's the eye or the liner since I'm no CC artist.

Personally, I like slightly heavier, darker eyeliner when I'm going for the smokey look, but that's just the emo in me and not everyone would agree, since this is pretty and natural.  Wink  The shadow looks quite nice, particularly on the upper eye: the eyelid crease is quite well done. Nice work!
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