Town Welcome Sign
When creating Greymont Bay, I really wanted a charming town sign and none of the signs included in any of the EPs fit, not even with an image override. So I meshed my own, using bits from the base game welcome sign and the library sign from Supernatural. I took care when doing presets that the presets for each town fit with the aesthetic of the world they belonged in.
- Name: Town Welcome Sign
- Price: 1200
- Found in:
- By Function: Decor > Statues
- By Room: Outdoors > Lawn Ornaments
- Channels: 4
- Presets: 7 (different town overlays for each)
- Polygon Counts:
- High: 554
- Low: 241
* For those that would like to edit the sign for any other worlds that don't have presets included, either EA or custom, I have also included the PSD file for the overlay (if you want it to match, of course). When finished, you will need to resize it and create a new preset using your overlay and a program such as TT3, but I figured I could at least help out with getting you started!
For the overlay, you will need the following 2 fonts by @Franzilla : Old Book Smell and Mortimer Square SolidIf you do create new presets for this sign, you may upload them, on the condition that you clone as a unique item to avoid conflicts and link back to the original for credit.
This is a new mesh, and means that it's a brand new self contained object that usually does not require a specific Pack (although this is possible depending on the type). It may have Recolours hosted on MTS - check below for more information.
Description: We welcome you to our friendly, little town. Thanks for stopping by!
* The following information shares where to find it in buy-mode, any buffs/moodlets they get from it and what it can be used for!
Size: 3.77 MB · Downloads: 650 · 15th Oct 2019
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Size: 380.6 KB · Downloads: 1,088 · 15th Oct 2019
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- - File was updated after upload was posted
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