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David: The Ideal Ape

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Uploaded: 31st Mar 2008 at 9:30 PM
Updated: 1st Apr 2008 at 1:55 AM
Now that I've sort of started dabbling in object creation, I decided to try and do something a bit more... on the classical side. And so, without further ado, I present you all with David: The Ideal Ape!

This sculpture is perhaps the most well-known byproduct of the Monkey Renaissance. Created by Michael Apegelo in the 14th century, this statue is cast in silver and stands serenely atop a marble pedestal. The statue portrays the ideal proportions for any Silver Monkey, and is considered to be one of the greatest masterpieces the world has ever seen.

As you can tell by looking at the obvious imposter on the right, David is an incredibly famous statue, and has been the envy of sculptors for generations--human and monkey alike. Michael Apegelo really outdid himself with this one!

Anyway, in addition to being a decorative object, this statue comes with a few nifty features for your Simmies, courtesy of the supremely talented Echo:

Prostration: Your Sims will bow before the awe-inspiring perfection of The Ideal Ape, prostrating themselves at his feet.

Contemplation: Basking in the peaceful serenity cast by the statue's presence, your Sims will meditate calmly, pondering the meaning of life.

Imitation: They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery--and indeed, David will no doubt be flattered as your Sims jump around at his feet, flailing their arms and pounding on their chests. (This one's a lot of fun to watch )

Faces: 2586
Vertices: 1938

You can't really put a price on perfection... but of course, 5000 simoleons should do the trick.

Special Thanks-
I'd just like to thank Echo again for adding those nifty features--who knew that a statue could be so much fun?