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Which were your three favourite entries?

Alex - The Bento Box
13 (13%)
Ladbug53 - The Sectional
5 (5%)
Vinyl - The Fairy Bungalow
20 (20%)
Snufflesxx - Bonehilda's Living Quarters
4 (4%)
RaiaDraconis - Box Tree Oasis
9 (9%)
Gheez - Hamster House
4 (4%)
Gogowars329 - The Diving Board
3 (3%)
saltpastillen - Chateau de Toy Box
22 (22%)
Rhapsody2312 -The HotHouse
6 (6%)
Decima - There's no Place like Gnome!
14 (14%)

Total Members Voted: 35

Voting closed: March 29, 2013, 07:21:59 AM

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Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« on: March 09, 2013, 05:10:34 AM »



Building Contests 2013: 5 - Larger than Life


The Task:
Pick an object - any object from the game. This is your chosen object, be it an appliance, a piece of plumbing or even a chair. Your chosen object is your task, except you have to supersize it and make it a home! How big can you go? How extreme will your larger than life object become?


Entry Specifications:
  • Lot Type: Residential
  • Lot Size: Any
  • Budget: $110,000
  • Content Restrictions: There are no additional content restrictions.
  • Number of Bed Spaces: Minimum of 4
  • Other Specifications:
    • Must look like the original item.
    • Your chosen object must be on the lot somewhere.
    • There must be a picture with the original object in.
  • Optional Specifications:
    • Theme the interior as you did the exterior.


Contest Start Date: Sunday, 10th March - 12:00am
Contest End Date: Saturday, 23rd March - 11:59pm


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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2013, 10:55:41 AM »
The Bento Box

Lot size: 25 x 50
Furnished price: 101,965
Unfurnished price: 65,211
Bed spaces: 4 (2 single, 2 double)
Expansions required: Generations, World Adventures, Seasons, Ambitions, Pets, Supernatural, Showtime
Stuff packs required: HELS, Outdoor Living, Master Suite, possibly Fast Lane
Store content: none

The exterior of this house is modelled on the Bento box from Generations, although as it largely consists of floor tiles and bits of wall, consumption is not advised. The Japanese-inspired interior features two large bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room/study and two bathrooms.  The master suite has a built-in closet and en suite with hot tub, while the children’s bedroom has an en suite and toys. The living room contains a television, computer, easel and chess set, with space for other entertainment and skill objects as required.





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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2013, 11:57:17 AM »
The Sectional
by ladybug53

Lot Size : 30x30
Cost Furnished : 70,684
Cost Unfurnished : 35,966

Expansions Used : Ambitions - Supernatural - Late Night - University Life - World Adventure .
Stuff Packs Used : 70s 80s & 90s - Outdoor Living .
Free Stuff From the Store : New Years Nectar - Here

The sectional from the 70s 80s & 90s was used for this contest and was built larger than life . This house contains two bedrooms and sleeps four . It also has a kitchen , living room and a 4pc bathroom . Outside you will find a hot tub , fountain , fire pit which is under the large table , swing set , sitting area plus an easel for the painter .




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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2013, 03:40:49 PM »
Fairy Bungalow
Lot Size: 30x30
Lot Value: $42,012
Content Used: All Expansions
Number of Bed Spaces: 4 plus a fairy bungalow
Description:  Since ages long forgotten sims have gazed wistfully upon the rocking fairy house party and wished they could join the revelry.  Now they can!  This fairy house accommodates sims of all shapes and sizes.  It includes everything a fairy party needs, from the pollen punch dispenser to the super loud sound system.  The fairies even added a little kitchenette for regular sims, so they can eat something less sweet than the treats from the candy machine.  After dancing away the dawn, the upstairs offers a comfortable place to rest in the glow of artificial moonlight.  Follow the enchanted garden path to join the fun today!




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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2013, 07:12:19 AM »
Bonehilda's Living Quarters

Lot Size : 50 x 50
Furnished value : 104,982
Unfurnished value : 61,160
Content : Supernatural, Seasons, Late Night, World Adventures, Pets & Generations
Bed spaces : 4
Bathroom(s) : 1

No custom content or store content used

Tired of cleaning and cooking and scaring children with the sight of your face? Well retire in style, Bonehilda! This is your very own super-sized coffin, with four floors and everything you could need!




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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2013, 02:33:44 PM »
Box Tree Oasis

Lot Size: 30 x 20
Unfurnished: §38,402
Furnished: §59,559
Bed Spaces: 4 (Double and two singles)
Bathrooms: 2 full
EPs Used: World Adventures, Pets, Generations
SPs Used: Town Life Stuff
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The unassuming little box tree. No frills, just a little tree in a stone box. It reminded me of a gnarled old scrub oak that I once saw growing out of a rock in the middle of the desert. I took that idea and ran with it...



Welcome to the Box Tree Oasis, a sandy getaway for the adventurous sim! This 2 br., 2 ba. Abode invokes memories of Al Simhara. The hieroglyphs! The columns! The sand blowing in your hair!

Why yes, there is a tree growing on the roof.

The ground floor is relatively basic, just a sitting area, kitchen, dining area, and bath.



The top floor holds the luxuriously large master suite and its private bath.



(Close-up view showing the ever-present box tree.)



The basement holds the entertainment room and a guest room/office...and a few other relics from various adventures.


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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #6 on: March 20, 2013, 08:43:22 PM »
Hamster House

Lot size: 30 x 30
Catalog price: £97,996
Price (including cost of lot): £99,796 / Unfurnished price: £49,906
Accomodation: 4.5 beds, 2.5 baths, 2 reception, kitchen.
Expansions required: Pets, Generations, Late Night, ShowTime, Supernatural, World Adventures, Ambitions (patched to 1.50.56)
Store content: Atomic Age Pets Registration Gift - Free

Are you feeling like you're stuck in the 'rat race'? Instead of dwelling on the nightmare, live the dream in this large, stylish home, inspired by the Rodent Terrarium.

Living accomodation is spread over three storeys.  Ground floor: kitchen/laundry, study, lounge/diner, cloakroom and open air terrace, complete with bar.  Second storey: four bedrooms (one with en suite) and family bathroom.  Top floor: games room/gym/family room, rodent terrarium and roof terrace.  The low maintenance grounds have been mostly laid to grass, with a gravelled area by the main entrance that is suitable for conversion into a carport.

Decorated throughout in dramatic blacks and restful blues; this spacious house has plenty of scope for personalisation and room for all your household effects and family heirlooms. It will be so easy to turn the Hamster House into your perfect, new home.

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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #7 on: March 21, 2013, 03:30:47 AM »
Building Contest 2013, #5
Larger than Life

 

Name: The Diving Board
Lot Size: 30 x 40
Bedrooms and Bathrooms: 2 br, 2 ba
Cost Furnished: $98,125
 Cost Unfurnished: $63,723
EP and SPs: High End Loft, (Painting) Ambitions, (Dressers, Lights) Late Night, (Couches, Chairs, Plants) Generations, (Spiral Stairs, Stereo) Pets, (Sinks) Master Suite, (Mirrors, Plants) Showtime, (Plants, Pull Up Bar) Seasons, (Lights, Décor, Showers, Table) 70’s, 80’s and 90’s (Sectional) University Life (Couches, Chair, Posters, Stereo, TV)

The Diving Board is made for an Olympic swimmer and his family. Boasting a large lap pool, complete with diving board, two large bedrooms, a gym and a luxurious kitchen, this house is also perfect for Sims who aren’t Olympians.






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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #8 on: March 22, 2013, 12:03:32 PM »
Chateau de Toy Box

Lot size: 30x30
Furnished price: §109,795
Unfurnished price: §52,973
Bed spaces: 7 (1 double, 4 single, 1 crib)
Bathrooms: 2 full ensuit, 1 powder room and 1 shower/laundry room
Expansions required: Supernatural, LN, WA, Seasons, Pets, Showtime, Generations, University, Ambitions
Stuff packs required: Town Life, Outdoor living
Store content: None

Have you ever wondered why toddlers spend so much time hiding in the toy box? Ever wanted to join your toddler in there? Here's your chance.

Inside Chateau de Toy Box the inside of every toy box is revealed. The top floor has: 1 master bedroom with en suit, a large children's room with 2 bunk beds and attached nursery with en suit. The ground floor has: a large open plan kitchen/dining/living room, 1 powder room, a laundry/shower room and even your own gym. Outside there is a pool and a bbq area and of course lots and lots of play equipment. The gardens are overflow with purple flowers, just like the original toy box!






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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #9 on: March 22, 2013, 03:33:31 PM »
The HotHouse



Lot size: 40x40
Furnished price: §100218
Unfurnished price: §62594
Bed spaces: 4 (1 Double, 1 Bunkbed)
Bathrooms: 1 Master/Guest Bath
Expansions required: Supernatural, LN, Seasons, Pets, Generations, University
Stuff packs required: None
Store content: None

The perfect bachelor's pad, the HotHouse is modelled after the Uniformity Hot Tub. Impress your single friends with a house that caters to your every need.

Simple, modern decor and sleek sophistication dominate while the low-maintenance gardens enhance the relaxed feel of every bachelor's dream.

Features include a rooftop swimming pool, a top-of-the-line kitchen with bar, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, your very own Uniformity Hot Tub, a fire pit and barbeque, and for those uninvited overnight guests, a spare 'room' with a bunk bed. The 'whirlpool' pond is perfect for aspiring anglers!





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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #10 on: March 22, 2013, 11:40:15 PM »
There's no Place like Gnome!
By Decima

Lot size: 30x30
Suggested placement: 250 Cotton branch drive, Riverview (but anywhere will do...)
Bedrooms: 2  (4 bedspaces)
Bathrooms: 1
Furnished price on lot: 80,982
Unfurnished price on lot: 34,767
Content possibly used: WA, AMB, GEN, PETS, Outdoor living, townlife.
No store or CC.






There's no place like home inside this giant gnome! This unusual themed house comes with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and plenty of living space for skills and a huge collection of gnomes from all over the sim world. Also has a garden with a stocked pond and kids play equipment, perfect for the outdoors loving sim.

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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #11 on: March 25, 2013, 07:23:41 AM »
Voting is now open!  :) Such amazing entries from everyone!
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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #12 on: April 01, 2013, 02:02:52 PM »
Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life - March 10, 2013 - March 23, 2013
    Saltpastillen!

Congratulations to Saltpastillen! You can download the winning entry here: Chateau de Toy Box .



Saltpastillen's Comment:

"Yippie, I won! There were so many excellent entries, I'm honored that I got your votes! I was positively giddy to enter this contest. After realizing my limitations when it comes to building I decided to choose between objects that had a somewhat rectangular shape and settled on my favorite toy box. The wall stencils from Seasons and the Quaintessensial Spark lights in addition to lots of Central Air Wents helped me recreate the exterior to my satisfaction. Then I just added most things a growing family would need. A toy box has to be kid friendly after all!"

Congratulations Saltpastillen! :D Also a big congratulations to everyone, these entries were simply amazing! Each time I was amazed at how creative you all were, I was expecting to see a lot of giant toilets but you all picked an object that I never thought of!  :)

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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #13 on: April 01, 2013, 02:08:39 PM »
Well done Saltpastillen! Your little toy box house was just so sweet!

I'm open for comments on my build  :)
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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #14 on: April 01, 2013, 04:42:43 PM »
Congratulations saltpastillen! A well deserved win. The toy box was a great idea.

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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #15 on: April 01, 2013, 05:06:01 PM »
Congratulations Saltpastillen !  An amazing entry and a well deserved win .

Every ones entry was just so brilliant . Thank you to samoht04, Ausette and Lilygirl for such a fantastic contest . So much creativity it just blows my mind . Well done every one !

I'm open to comments on my entry .

@ Gogowars329 : Very interesting subject to use as your object . I would've never thought of that. Love your color choices. Very well done .

@ Snufflesxx : I couldn't believe what you had chosen for your entry. It just blew my mind . What an amazing entry . Love all the reds .
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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #16 on: April 01, 2013, 07:50:48 PM »
Well done Saltpastillen, your toybox was so cute.

@ladybug53:  loved that you also created the little table as well as the sectional.  The colours in the kitchen were striking but they looked exceptionally lovely in your master bedroom; loved the picture you took of that room.

@Snufflesxx: what a great idea to use Bonehilda's coffin.  My favourite room was your children's room.  Loved how the tree was reminiscent of aged bones.

@Gogowars329: that was really creative, loved the layout inside and blue poolish (sorry that is not a word) colourway that you chose. Your tester sims jump of the 'normal' sized diving board was so exhuberant, looked like so much fun.

I enjoyed seeing all the entries and how different they were.  Shame we could only vote for three!

Thanks again, samoht04, Aussette and Lilygirl. That was a very interesting contest.

I'm open to comments too. Thanks.

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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #17 on: April 01, 2013, 08:54:27 PM »
Very well-deserved, Saltpastillen! The idea was imaginative and well-executed and was absolutely adorable.

I loved all of the entries, and truth be told it was difficult to choose only three.

Gogowars329: I loved the aquatic theme and your use of that one particular bubble pattern. The ambiance of your build was very soothing.

Snufflesxx: The creepy theme fit very well with your object of choice. I imagine your place to be that haunted house that the neighborhood kids try to avoid and dare each other to ring the doorbell. Very clever!

ladybug53: I too enjoyed the fact that you incorporated the table. Two objects for the price of one! Your use of color was very nice as well.

Gheez: Okay, I admit to having a fondness for hamsters and any other rodents. The idea of living in a hamster house tickled me to no end. You picked a very challenging object to recreate, and did a pretty darn good job doing so. :)

This was another fun contest to get the creative juices flowing. I had a blast with this one for sure. I'm open to comments.

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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #18 on: April 01, 2013, 10:19:00 PM »
Congrats Saltpastillen!  Everyone's entry was spectacular.  What a creative bunch! 

Snuffles:  Bonehilda's house is so charming, in a delightfully gothic way.  I love that you gave her a set of bonehildas to take care of her for a change.  Great decor, and the fact you gave her a kids room since she's such a fan of the nooboos is so sweet!

Gogowars:  I feel like a bit of a numpty right now - it wasn't until today I realized your diving board is built on the second story.  My eyes didn't understand the perspective and saw the house as being a blue block at the end of a long pool in the second picture in your post.  :-[  Now that I fully understand its genius, I love it even more than I already did!  The way you used the patterns and recolours to evoke an aquatic feel inside the rooms was quite glorious.  Very lovely build!

Ladybug:  Your build was really impressive.  Doing a whole living set in large scale was a massive undertaking (pardon the pun  ;) ) but you pulled it off masterfully.

Gheez:  The hamster house is so adorable.  The way you ran with the bright, colourful, hamster toy theme through the rest of the build was great.  Really creative use of objects to recreate the look!

RaiaDraconis:  You really captured the Al Simharan theme and look in your build.  I loved the details, furniture choice, and colours.  The house feels like it's ready to be placed in the Egypt vacation world.  I have a wee suggestion (if budget allows) - painting the outside of the basement walls.  It's completely unnecessary, truth be told, but the only thing missing from such a complete build. :)

Comments on my build are always welcome.  It was such an unusual contest with suprisingly clever (and liveable!) results.  Thanks Samoht, Lilygirl, and Ausette for putting it together!

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« Reply #19 on: April 02, 2013, 01:52:52 AM »
Thank you everyone for the nice comments. Vinyl I noticed that the photo I used didn't really show as much as I wanted it to when the voting had started.

@Snuffles You had a really good idea for a build and executed it really well. I really liked the bedroom and the study.

@ladybug Your sectional turned out really well and was a great idea. I loved how you also built the table. The inside had a great colour scheme and the light blue was just the right colour. You also used the small space of the sectional very well.

@Gheez A hamster house, an ingenious idea! I loved it. I could see everything you put up in the enclosure area in the actual object. I did think the bedroom floor was a bit too blue but the amazing man cave area made up for that.

@RaiaDraconis The boxed tree looked incredibly real and Egyptian, inside and outside. I loved how you fit everything into the small house.

@Vinyl The fairy bungalow was made incredibly. It must have been tough to get the stairs up to the bungalow but it looks amazing. Other than the bright lights that made me dizzy, your build was amazing and worthy of coming second.
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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #20 on: April 02, 2013, 05:18:26 AM »
As always I'm open to comments on my build.

@Snufflesxx - Delightfully Gothic! I love how you used the columns to replicate the boning effect on the exterior.

@Gogowars -Great concept! I love the color choices, and the 2 bathrooms next to the staircase. Also, the screenshots you use to show your houses always add so much character. That is truly inspiring.

@Ladybug - Your use of colors in the interior decorating blew me away as always. The layout seems great for playing in.

@Gheez -  Loved, loved, loved your hamster house! It was so fun. Kudos to how you interpreted the exterior in your entry.

@Raia Draconis - It was great to see a vacation home. I find it so hard to use some WA stuff, so it's great to have a house where they all fit in. I liked how you created a canopy over the bed in the master bedroom.

@ Vinyl - As soon as you posted your entry I was kicking myself for not thinking of it before. But I couldn't very well post a second fairy house, now could I? I think you nailed the exterior to a tee, and the inside is a lovely psychedelic mess. Now we can all party at the fairy house at our leisure.

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« Reply #21 on: April 02, 2013, 05:40:48 AM »
@ladybug - I loved your entry because it looked so pretty and polished! I liked the interior layout and design, too!

@Vinyl - I love your entry SO much! I've never seen a better fairy house in Sims and, like saltpastillen, I couldn't believe that I didn't think of making the fairy house! You executed it perfectly!

@Raia Draconis - Your build was so delightfully simple. The interior matched the exterior so well and it is lovely to look at. I think it would fit perfectly into Al Simhara!

@Gheez - Your build is the perfect pet house! You used great substitutes for the hamster house objects.

@Gogowars - A diving board house! I just loved all the different shades of blue inside and the layout is divine!
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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #22 on: April 02, 2013, 08:18:46 AM »
Thanks all!  Your comments had me giggling - while dizzy causing wasn't intentional, I couldn't resist going overboard with the gobos and confetti.  Fairies don't seem like they'd be able to restrain themselves from using as many ooh, shiny lights as possible!   ;)

Saltpastillen:  Your colour work is always so lovely - it makes Maxis look colourblind!  ;)  The recolour of the drifting seed pattern you used on the kitchen chairs was simply stunning.  Your builds are always so detailed and well-arranged, and this one was no exception.  Beautiful work!


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« Reply #23 on: April 02, 2013, 09:40:10 AM »
Thanks for all the comments . This was such a fun and creative contest . Every time someone would post their entry I think my jaw hit the floor . Such creativity , you all deserved to win .

@ Gheez - I just love your Hamster House . What a great choice for your object . You did amazing work to make it look just like it should . Really like all the blues you used . Awesome building .

@ RaiaDraconis - Your entry just blew me away ! It has such a relaxing look to it . I just love the awning you used in the bedroom , what a great idea. Very creative .

@ Vinyl - Your Fairy Bungalow is so precious . The decor and color are just perfect for the fairies . Loved the way you dressed your sims . Your landscaping is amazing . 
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Re: Building Contest 2013: 5 - Larger than Life
« Reply #24 on: April 02, 2013, 08:11:40 PM »
Wow! Congratulations to all those who toughed it out and managed to create such fabulous houses. I was considering entering but once I saw the entries and the amazing levels of talent I knew I was toast.

Congratulations again. What a fantastic contest!