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Future Nooboo Clothing

I've been contemplating using some sort of default replacement for the Sim babies for a while, but I've not really found any that I like.  After a bit of poking around, I stumbled across these.

For the boys.

And for the girls.  Ignore the adults; they're to random CAS Sims I made and then had them have babies with themselves to ensure I got a boy and girl for testing purposes.  I may go switch them for the more pastel versions of the blankets, but I think I'm going to go with this.  At least I'll be able to tell straight away if I've got a boy or a girl on my hands.


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Jul. 5th, 2012 01:30 am (UTC)
Huh, interesting. My main problem with infant default outfits is the leg joint - because of the way they're mapped, the hips/legs area always looks really really weird. On outfits that aren't a shirt and pants, this is much better. (Also, I don't like that every kid is wearing the same shirt and pants, because, really, what town would have EVERY KID in the same outfit? This is not a problem with these blankets - they look like hospital blankets, which WOULD be universal, and also not a problem with the type of shifts that historical legacies use, because again, babies would probably be put in something very similar.)

Where did you get these? *curious* I probably won't download - definitely not now, when for filming purposes all my infants are switched gender from what they should be - but I still like to look at CC. :)
Jul. 5th, 2012 08:35 am (UTC)
I agree with you on most of the other default outfits I've seen. The look...weird. Plus, so many have hats, which I don't like, or pacifiers as part of the mesh, which I also don't like. The blankets actually come in a variety of colors (including white and brown for more historical games). You can have two in game at the same time. Technically the one the boy is wearing is a "unisex" one, and the girl is wearing a "girls only" version. So you can have a yellow or green blanket for all your babies if you wanted. It's actually a conversion of the Sims 3 baby blanket, which is one of the reasons it fits in so well, imo.

I got them at Moonlight Dragon, which I found because they have great medical stuff. I think you need to be registered to view stuff, but the link is here: http://moonlightdragon.freeforums.org/infant-blankets-ts3-for-ts2-t1068.html
Jul. 5th, 2012 02:46 pm (UTC)
Agreed. I don't love the hats and the pacifiers are just terrible, but what really gets me is the identical-ness and the leg joints - because you CAN find stuff without the hats and the pacifiers. And I shall check it out!
Jul. 5th, 2012 05:21 pm (UTC)
Most of Theraven's meshes' come with the option of no hats/ or hats, pacifiers/no pacifiers. It's up to you which mesh you want. The leg joint in the short legged varieties do bleed a little, but I still like them. :) I try to shoot around those.
Jul. 5th, 2012 06:28 pm (UTC)
I guess my other issue is that most of the onesies I've come across are too...modern. I need something plain and basic. No graphics, no crazy prints, just pink and blue. I'm very happy with the blankets.

Now I just need to send people to college so I can get them married so I can have babies to fill those blankets. :)
Jul. 5th, 2012 07:19 pm (UTC)
There are other plain pastel type baby dresses over on insim but I think they are all unisex. I had a plain yellow dress right at the start of my legacy which I know comes also in white, blue and mint.(I have a whole folder on my desktop stuffed full of baby clothes from naked/cave man fur/medieval dress to modern stretch suits lol) Why yes I rather do like baby clothes. :P

The blankets with prints I think look a bit stretched and blury so I've never grabbed those. there is another very cute white bag she has with sleeves. Looks a little warmer in the winter. One has boats across the chest for boys and it looks somewhat old fashioned, but those blankets you have are cute too. :)

Edited at 2012-07-05 11:21 pm (UTC)
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