Now Taking Time With Uploads...

Date Posted: 10th Nov 2011 at 10:47 PM

Until now, whenever I'd upload something, I'd make the lot in one sitting, then upload it quickly. Half the time, whenever I was about 3/4 done with the lot, I'd get tired and just start slapping things in, which made for a lot of mediocre lots, and a lot of rejections.
I've decided now to break this habit, however. I'm taking all the time I need with lots, going slow, and when I get tired, quitting and doing something else. Also, for a while, and I'm not sure how long it'll be, I'll upload all the pictures to #create to get feedback and improve my creations. Hopefully this will lead to some better lots and less rejections.
Oh, and I'm also sticking more in my "comfort zone" with lots, instead of making humongous mansions, until I'm really more comfortable with building in general.
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I returned...

Date Posted: 23rd Oct 2011 at 7:31 PM

So, I said the Sims was taking up too much of my life. So I quit. ...For like 2 weeks. XD
Now I decided to start playing again, but I'm not sure if I'll upload anything for a while.
On the one hand, I love the feeling of getting something accepted. But on the other hand, a lot of the time I get rejected. I guess the breaking point for me was when I uploaded something, and then the moderator said it was okay, I just needed another screenshot. So, I included the screenshot...and then they rejected it. And said about 10 different things that were wrong with it that they didn't mention in the first place. But that wasn't the only reason; uploading just wasn't as fun for me 'cause I was so obsessed with getting a "good" house with "good" landscaping, and I missed out on the most fun part--actually playing the game. Maybe I'll go back to uploading, but I think for a while I'll just enjoy playing for myself. That's all!
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