The Sentate Spring/Summer 2021 Collection takes inspiration from the fictional world of Selvadorada whilst also paying homage to one of the original Sims couturiers from times past, Atlaua. This collection presents a modern vision of femininity balanced out with hints of utility wear, contrasted by ornate relic like jewellery from an ancient world. In addition, This collection presents some edgy takes on staple pieces that every sim will be dying to get their hands on. All items are available across an entirely new 25 swatch palette of rich jewel and soft neutrals, in addition to oppulent prints and snakeskins.
Included in the Collection are 22 items: 6 full body outfits, 4 Tops, 4 Bottoms, 2 Necklaces, 4 pairs of earrings and 2 pairs of Shoes.
dl | mediafire | includes facepaint, poses in-game and cas (evil), rings, and piercings (original mesh here required). detailed previews provided in download (poses under the cut), polycount for rings are slightly high (~11k), and everything has custom thumbnails!
Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec, In Bed: The Kiss // Sophie Schultz, Can You Just Come Here? // Daum, Amber Tantra Sculpture // Anne Magill, Never Let Me Go // Malcolm Liepke, Embrace // Gustav Klimt, Two Lovers // Harold Von Schmidt, Forgiven // Egon Schiele, Two Women Embracing // Ron Hicks, Slow Dance // Frantisek Kupka, Tango
An extensive collection of tortoiseshell hair combs, carefully pinned with tacks onto a bedroom wall. Tortoiseshell was mainly taken from the shell of a small hawksbill sea turtle. The paler among these combs are made from horn.
Can we please see your bookshelf/ whole collection of mini books??
But of course!
I have about 280 miniature books- there's a margin of error on that depending on your definition of "miniature" and "book". I keep most of them scattered on my regular-sized bookshelf, in front of my regular books, but I store ~90 of them in this craft box/miniature bookshelf I made:
(The owl's name is Archimedes. He does his best.)
Another 101 of my books are from that one Del Prado series:
And here's most of what's left!
(For scale, the biggest book here is 5 inches tall, the smallest is 2 inches, and most are near 3 inches.)