Category: Decorative -> Mirrors
EPs Required: None – base game compatible
Poly Count: to
Remember back when I converted the TSM wall mirrors, and said I’d eventually do the floor mirrors as well? Probably not, but I do. 😉 And I have. So without further ado I bring you six TSM floor mirrors, converted for your TS2 convenience.
We’ll start with the cheapest one: the Farm Daughter Floor Mirror. $115, poly.
Helping us with the demonstration today is Lady Rosalynd, whom you will soon get to know better.
This mirror, as well as the following two wooden mirrors, come in Pooklet’s eighteen naturals + Time Bomb. You have Volatile above; the rest are shown in alphabetical order below (sl not by family). Also, the pictures are taken outside, so the bump mapping appears sharper than it does indoors.
Then we have the Stone Lessening Mirror of the Magi for $480. poly, but in the higher range. Since this mirror has exactly the same recolours as the Farm Daughter one, I will spare you the scrolling and not show you all of them again. 😉
Next is the Phickle-Phyfe Carved Floor Mirror. $675 and poly, but also in the higher range. This one is my favourite. 🙂 (I seem to prefer mirrors with ornaments that require slave subsets, since that was the kind of mirror I liked the best the last time as well.) Again I won’t show you all the recols since they’re the same as for the Farm Daughter, but I will tell you that the ornaments look the best on lighter recols – you can see the details better on those.
Our next contestant is the Advorton War Mirror – $925, also poly in the higher range.
In addition to the original TSM colour above, it has five recols for the base and five for the frame, some Pooklet’s naturals and some CuriousB’s ACYL colours. You can of course mix and match the recols till your heart’s content; this is just the order they appear in game.
For all of you Targaryens out there, next we have the Looking Glass with VermenKrakki Minick – $1,135 and poly (>1,600).
Believe it or not, but you don’t get any Pooklet recols for this one. 😛 Instead it comes in eight ACYL colours, together with the TSM original seen above.
And last but not least, the Unabominable Krustallos of Seljaq-Ghazhadid (don’t look at me like that, I just work here 😛 ). This one is poly, over 2,500, so handle with care if you’re on a slow computer. (Of course, handling with care is generally a good idea when you’re dealing with dragons, since they, you know, breathe fire and stuff.) The price should also be handled with care – $2,100.
Since this mirror comes in the same ACYL colours as the wee dwaggie above, I won’t have you scroll through all of them again, either.