Category: Misc. -> Dressers
EPs Required: None – base game compatible
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I have some more TSM conversions for ya. Today I come bringing wardrobes – eight of them, to be specific. As always with conversions, I’m sure at least some of these have been done before, but I’m not quite so sure they have been done like this
because it’s a real pain to do. All of them are animated, you see. 😀
All eight wardrobes have nineteen Pooklet recols (the naturals + Time Bomb) – and this time, I actually haven’t been boring and done all the meshes in Volatile, but have instead used the colours I thought suited the wardrobes’ personalities the best. (Yes, I just said “the wardrobes’ personalities.” I’ve thought about this waaay too much.) Note that the pictures are taken outdoors, so the bump mapping appears sharper than it does indoors.
With one exception all the meshes are >1,010 polys/tile, so they are low-ish in poly.
On with the show! Our first contestant is the Kruxenkram Studded Wardrobe, for $600.
Sir Jeffrey is helping us with the demonstration today; you’ve actually met him before, even though he was a bit younger then.
As you will see, he is quite the dutiful young knight who takes his task as wardrobe-demonstrator very seriously.
The mesh is in Depth Charge; the other eighteen recols look as follows:
Next is the Wardrobe with Fleur De Lys Motif for $625 (no, it doesn’t get a more imaginative name than that, poor thing). Same recols as above (so you won’t get to see them again), but this mesh is in Pyrotechnic.
Then we have the Timberbumff Concarvenite Wardrobe (yeah, that’s more like it) for $650, in Incendiary.
Which is followed by the Burdley Revival Wardrobe, a Safety Fuse fellow for $670.
Yes, the outfit does indeed look quite… Swedish. 😛
After that we have the Fission Ante-bellum Advortonian Wardrobe for $790. This one also has door insets in eight ACYL colours, to be mixed and matched with the wardrobe recols.
Next in line is the Floral Carved Wardrobe in Immoderate Style, for $815 and in Volatile. I really like this one, I think it’s so cute and chubby. 🙂
Then we have the Clovenform ‘Pinacello’ Arched Wardrobe of title pic fame, for $985. This is the poly-count exception I talked about earlier; it has just over 2,300 polys, so 1,150/tile.
With the darker recolours, the lattice is lighter than the frame, but with the lighter ones it’s the other way around, like so:
The mesh, on the left, is Brisance; the recol on the right is Grenade And yes, I could have made the lattice a different subset,
but unfortunately I didn’t think of it until after I’d made all the recols (and I was too lazy to start over).
And last but not least we have the Graffenschaft Lacquer Reindeer Wardrobe for $1,005. Personally, I think this one looks best in light(ish) colours, at least if you want to see the buck clearly. This mesh, too, is in Pyrotechnic.
…and this is why I’m not a knight, I’d never have dared to wear that colour combination. 😛
Now. All 159 files have been compressorized, but since the textures are fairly large (and I really didn’t want to scale them down) and also have bump maps, they files are still between 400 and 600 kB each. As you can probably guess, this makes for a pretty hefty .zip file – 78 MB. 😯 So, if you’re on a slower Internet connection, or just don’t want to download all 78 MB at once, you have the option to download it in two parts (where Part 1 is the four cheapest wardrobes) – but you can also download everything in one file if you and your connection are so inclined. The choice is yours.