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The MMS (Modular Motel System by Becca (RebaLynnTS) was originally uploaded onto the SimPeg Website, this download contains
MMS (Modular Motel System) 1 - Parking Lots by Becca (RebaLynnTS)
MMS (Modular Motel System) 1 - Transitions by Becca (RebaLynnTS)
MMS (Modular Motel System) 1 - Plaza Lots by Becca (RebaLynnTS)
MMS (Modular Motel System) Resources by Becca (RebaLynnTS)
MMS (Modular Motel System) Set One by Becca (RebaLynnTS)
MMS (Modular Motel System) Texture Pack by Becca (RebaLynnTS)
* As with all my creations, feel free to relot, repackage, and re-upload as you wish, just remember to give credit where it is due.*
NOTE from Tariely
The lots are neutral, self-contained (no external dependencies), and can be found near the bottom of the park menu. RebaLynnTS original readmes are included. The pictures by Paeng were lost, but some shots of the pieces were made to replace them -- and a quick plop in-game of a gigantic, non realistic motel to show what can be done with them.
RebaLynnTS was very important for the community in the heydays of custom content, when SC4 was first open to batlotters; we are glad to bring some of her own content back here.
All RebaLynnTS files are now legacy content and are no longer officially supported - however support from the wider community can be requested here.
I am starting a new type of city (more like a city cluster, with the intention of putting it on the journals) based after the Emirate of Khemed in the TinTin comic books. I searched extensively, with little avail, to find a lot of Arabian style architecture for residential/commercial zones. However, I did find some plugins for the Arabian Desert. Do any of you have any suggestions as to where I could find plugins like this? If so, I'd really appreciate it if you'd share them.
Thank you so much.
Like most of you folks, I have a huge back-catalog in a spreadsheet somewhere of assets I plan on making some day.
Well, here's my list.. This is just the stuff I want to make, It's alright if there is already a good asset on the workshop for it, it's just for my own pleasure.
This isn't going to replace the refinery project, I'll still keep updating that thread. I just wanted to have a place to keep my other assets organized and seek advice from everyone.
I'll have to clean up the list at some point, but for now it's just a data dump. I have some more things I would like to make, but I don't have a design picked out yet, so I left them off for now.
Oil Refinery - Oil Processing
Oil Refinery - Cargo Train Station
Oil Refinery - Cargo Ship Dock
Maintained Parking Lot Set
Park, in road menu
Steelworks - Cargo Train Station
Steelworks - Ore Processing
Steelworks - Ore Processing
Road Maintenance Building
I'm trying to get back in the SC4 game. What big mods or epic buildings did I miss out on in the 2 years I've been away?
Not sure when I'll be ready to get the Ionica City Journal back up and running because most of the tiles I was working on before I stopped were long term projects. Hopefully I'll have built up enough material by fall to show you.
This past week the carefully guarded design by Pelli Clarke Pelli for Weston Urban's Frost Bank Headquarters in downtown San Antonio was finally revealed. This will be the first major commercial office tower built in our downtown in almost 30 years, and we were promised an iconic, skyline changing building.
"Weston Urban proposes cutting-edge skyscraper for Frost headquarters" - Richard Webner and Steve Bennett, San Antonio Express-News
"Frost Bank Tower Design Signals a 21st Century San Antonio" - Iris Dimmick, The Rivard Report
It's...err...shorter than what many were anticipating! That has been the immediate, universal reaction as the design will rise only to 400 ft. However, once you get past the diminutive stature, it's actually kinda pretty.
Admittedly, downtown San Antonio has no modern glass towers, so this really is cutting-edge for us:
For some, the octagonal glass design is too modern, while others think it is too restrained and boring. Seeing that skyline cut-'n'-paste with the octagonal Frost Tower flanking the octagonal Tower Life Building tells me Pelli Clarke Pelli knows exactly what they are doing.
The current site is a motor bank landscaped along its perimeter with live oak trees, which the developers have promised to largely preserve, particularly the live oak allée:
Not yet shown is how the rear base of the building will relate to the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project, which is creating a linear urban park out of a neglected drainage creek paralleling the Riverwalk. At one point, the creek project facing the proposed tower site would have looked wondrously like this, but it has since been toned down more like this. I admit, I was partial to the wondrous look.
Frost Bank will also have new, more conventional buildings in Fort Worth and Dallas, but the benchmark for San Antonio was the iconic Frost Bank Tower in Austin, whose completion in 2003 inaugurated a rapid building boom in the Capital City. It is hoped that the San Antonio tower will herald a similar boom in Alamo City. The iconic crown on the Austin building always seemed to me to be squat and peculiar, and it was a wonder just what sort of comparable crown might San Antonio end up with. I do like this cleaner, serrated crown.
Former Mayor Julián Castro surprisingly announced this unsolicited tower project and its complicated public/private downtown land swaps in 2014 just before leaving to become U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary, and this building is seen as the crown to his mayoral "Decade of Downtown" initiative. Construction is expected to begin at the end of this year and is aimed to be completed by 2018, in time for the San Antonio Tricentennial celebrations.
Lastly, my own humor:
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