4to3 Island Living "Masarap ang Spoon and Fork" + variations

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Uploaded: 20th Sep 2022 at 8:11 PM
Updated: 9th Oct 2022 at 5:03 PM
"Ay nako! Why would you need such a big spoon and fork? Maybe because you have a big appetite? Be careful - you might get full fast!" - original TS4 description.

A common wall decoration found in most Filipino homes, especially in dining rooms. As the original description states, it might be the culprit of why a majority of Filipinos have a huge appetite and an unquestionable love of eating food.

And by the way, masarap means delicious in Filipino.

This conversion consists the original spoon and fork with five extra variations: spoon and fork vertical, spoon only, fork only, spoon only (vertical), and fork only (vertical). Each of them have two presets, one with the original Tiki markings, and a plain one with the markings removed. The vertical versions have only a single CAStable channel, while the horizontal ones have two (spoon/fork and support). All contain similar descriptions and price (§370) from TS4, with the exception of the separated versions costing half (§185). Found in Decor>Sculptures.

Polycount info:

Spoon and Fork
hLOD: 579 vertices, 470 faces
mLOD: 392 vertices, 454 faces

Spoon and Fork (vertical)
hLOD: 415 vertices, 374 faces
mLOD: 296 vertices, 358 faces

Spoon only
hLOD: 255 vertices, 222 faces
mLOD: 161 vertices, 214 faces

Fork only
hLOD: 324 vertices, 248 faces
mLOD: 231 vertices, 240 faces

Spoon only (vertical)
hLOD: 173 vertices, 174 faces
mLOD: 113 vertices, 166 faces

Fork only (vertical)
hLOD: 242 vertices, 200 faces
mLOD: 183 vertices, 192 faces

Credits/Tools used: TSR Workshop, Sims 4 Studio, Blender, Milkshape 3D, Photoshop, s3pe, EA for the mesh