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Sunset Valley, Central Park with Generations Playground
« on: June 04, 2011, 09:03:25 AM »
Name: Central Park
Size: 60x60 (?)
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This is the Central Park from Sunset Valley, I've added a Playground with the Content from Generations. It takes up the Quarter of the Park where the Slides were to begin with and has everything apart from a Tree House because I didn't think it suited the Park really. It has all three Bouncy Rides, Peg Box/Xylophone, Costume Chest, Toy Chest, See-Saw, Swings, Slide, Sand Pit, Hop-Scotch and the Climbing Tower. It also has some small decorations around it like left over toys and stuff. There is a Brian Valentine Bear from the Store but it is free, there is a few items from Ambitions as well. I also just realised I used a Store Play Table which is 25 Simpoints, it's from the Animal Friends Collection - Animal Friends Activity Table. If you find that I have added anymore Store Content without realising please tell me so I can link to it!

 Entrance from the School Side of the Park:



Swings, Slide, Tower:



Sand Pit, Hop-Scotch and See-Saw:



Toys/Toddler Area:



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Re: Sunset Valley, Central Park with Generations Playground
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2011, 09:43:43 AM »
Awesome job, samoht! I like how it looks like the park was actually designed like that, rather than just being added to. ;D



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Re: Sunset Valley, Central Park with Generations Playground
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2011, 09:45:16 AM »
Thanks Ausette! I don't like just placing Objects mainly because I'm fussy and I'm using this myself in any games that are not Challenges or Dynasties.  :)
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Re: Sunset Valley, Central Park with Generations Playground
« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2011, 12:28:14 PM »
Very nice, samoht!  I am impressed that you managed to add all the new features while keeping the existing character of the park.  I definitely want this!  :)
 
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Re: Sunset Valley, Central Park with Generations Playground
« Reply #4 on: June 04, 2011, 01:43:31 PM »
Thanks Schipperke!  :)
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Re: Sunset Valley, Central Park with Generations Playground
« Reply #5 on: June 04, 2011, 02:59:18 PM »
samoht  I have a small nit pick for this lovely park.  The ground of tiles is a bit hard for wee ones.  It is unsafe.  If a child falls from a swing onto such he would be badly hurt, where if he fell onto sand, mulch or grass he would only usually have a few scratches and small owies.  Also, the swings, teeter-totter, and slide would have very worn areas where little feet had dragged on the ground taking away the grass.

  I love the way you placed everything and kept the toddler area away from where larger, more boisterous children would be playing.  The hopscotch area of course must be on tiles.  You can'r chalk it well on grass now can you?  I love the entire idea and the way you laid things out, and as I said, it was just a small nit pick from a mom who would have an eye out for such things.
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Re: Sunset Valley, Central Park with Generations Playground
« Reply #6 on: June 04, 2011, 04:00:19 PM »
samoht  I have a small nit pick for this lovely park.  The ground of tiles is a bit hard for wee ones.  It is unsafe.  If a child falls from a swing onto such he would be badly hurt, where if he fell onto sand, mulch or grass he would only usually have a few scratches and small owies.  Also, the swings, teeter-totter, and slide would have very worn areas where little feet had dragged on the ground taking away the grass.

  I love the way you placed everything and kept the toddler area away from where larger, more boisterous children would be playing.  The hopscotch area of course must be on tiles.  You can'r chalk it well on grass now can you?  I love the entire idea and the way you laid things out, and as I said, it was just a small nit pick from a mom who would have an eye out for such things.

Thanks Joria! I did try the No Paths but I couln't get it to look right for some reason? I tried to leave some space under the equipment but it could do with some more possibly. Maybe just having the Paths around the Outside of the Equipment? That Hop-Scotch took me about 10 Minutes to do because I was trying to get it to match the Bricks that I used that are already in the park and then realised it would be easier on that creamy/brown tile that also was there. Thanks again for the Feedback!  :)
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Re: Sunset Valley, Central Park with Generations Playground
« Reply #7 on: June 18, 2011, 09:11:15 PM »
Yesss!  Thank You!  :D
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