After making the strict conversion on a 50×50, I realized that the number of 50×50 lots is sparse, woefully sparse, and unlike some of my other TS2 lot conversions, you couldn’t just plunk this one in a size-down lot and lose only landscaping. So I went about making a 50×40 compatible lot. Lots of the trees went away, as well as the side fenced-in areas, and the art gallery room was relocated slightly.
Other than that, it’s basically untouched, but I felt it warranted a separate upload as I strove to make the other one identical to the TS2 version. This one, I could adjust a bit. Yes, it may be rotated if you use it in Britechester, but considering it felt like an old mission converted to the cause of secular education, it would have been built before the rest of the city, most likely (at least that’s how it is with the Alamo), and I don’t think that breaks immersion too much, especially as the Laurel Library lot, for which this was intended, will face the street in the correct direction, I just built it in Newcrest where it looks a little odd.
(Please forgive some of the wonkiness in the TS2 comparison picture, the TS2 camera won’t let me fit the lot in a top-down view and I had to resort to Photoshop’s panorama tool.)
(Published on: 2023-09-20 12:00:00)