Nine TSM Wall Mirrors

Nine TSM Wall Mirrors

Category: Decorative -> Mirrors
EPs Required: None โ€“ base game compatible (but can be shifted if you have Apartment Life)
Cost : Varies
Poly Count: Low poly (none over 600 polys)

Maybe it’s because I haven’t been downloading from the right places, but if there’s something I don’t have nearly enough of in my medievalish Westeros ‘hood, it’s mirrors, especially wall mirrors. Thankfully, there is no lack of such in The Sims Medieval you can convert, only I couldn’t choose which ones I wanted in my game… so I converted the lot of them. ๐Ÿ˜€

So, I give you the nine TSM wall mirrors (yes, nine; one isn’t in the title picture), seven of them with frames in Pooklet’s naturals. Picture heavy post ahead!


We’ll start with the cheapest one: the Tacked Wall Mirror for $50.

Tacked Wall Mirror
No Sims were forced to listen to “The Rains of Castamere” during the making of these
screenshots, nor were any threats made involving trebuchets. I’m not Jaime Lannister.

The frame comes in Pooklet’s eighteen naturals + Time Bomb. Oh, and the frames of all of the mirrors have been bump mapped, even if it isn’t always obvious.

Then you have the Conciliatorโ€™s Chamber Mirror for $65.

Conciliatorโ€™s Chamber Mirror

Next up is the Polished Shield Glass for $73.

tsmpolishedshieldglass

This is one of the two mirrors that don’t have nineteen Pooklet recols. Instead, the frame comes in seven of CuriousB’s ACYL colours:

Next, the Burdley Revival Face Mirror for $90. (Here you can clearly see that the frame is bump mapped, BTW.)

Burdley's Revival Face Mirror

Then we have one of my favourites: the Graffenschaft Face Reflector for $120. The lighter recols look the best for this one; the alpha didn’t work as well with the darker ones for some reason.

Graffenschaft Face Reflector

That one is immediately followed by another favourite: the Pinacello Clovenform Wall Mirror for $125. This alpha liked to play nice with all the recols, but to make up for that I forgot to take a screenshot of the Primer one. ๐Ÿ˜›

Pinacello Clovenform Wall Mirror

Next we have the Guiltwood Dressing Mirror in Lococo Style for $165. This is the second mirror that doesn’t have Pooklet recols, but rather six ACYL ones.

Guiltwood Dressing Mirror

Then comes the first of the two tall mirrors: the Burdley Revival Wall Mirror for $185.

Burdley Revival Wall Mirror

And last but certainly not least, we have the Pinacello Fluted Wall Mirror for $250.

Pinacello Fluted Wall Mirror
“Are we done already?”

I am planning to convert the TSM floor mirrors as well – but not right now. After making 146 recolours and taking screenshots of them all, I’ve filled my mirror quota for the nonce. ๐Ÿ˜›

 

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10 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    shastakiss said,

    *-* I don’t play a medieval game but I’m definitely going to play a medieval mirror game now. They are gorgeous, thank you very much for all the conversions in such perfect colors!

    • 2

      NixNivis said,

      Thank you! Glad you like them! ๐Ÿ˜€ Yeah, many if not most of these work with all kinds of settings. And I love Pooklet’s naturals, I think they’re perfect for wood. And hair. And clothes. And… heck, they’re perfect for everything. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. 3

    nonni222 said,

    How can such an elegant presentation be hilarious also!?! Fav is Graffenschaft Face Reflector, too. Thanks, Johanna!

    • 4

      NixNivis said,

      Hee, thanks! ๐Ÿ˜€ It’s self-preservation, really; with all the screenshots I had to take for this (almost 160!), I had to amuse myself somehow lest I die of boredom. ๐Ÿ˜› And I want a Face Reflector IRL, I just love that one!

  3. 5

    StephSim said,

    These are great MiLady (You’ve now been “officially” branded with the Medieval title given to those who share “medievalish” things on occasion). I was also thinking upon seeing the pic spams how this presentation is very much over-the-top awesome. And I know how that can be once you get started. But, there is no doubt about what we will get. Loving your Sim model, especially the final pose. Thanks for sharing these nix! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • 6

      NixNivis said,

      Why, thankee! *curtsies* I’ll do my best to show myself worthy. ๐Ÿ˜€

      I’m glad you like them! For a while I was thinking of either just including a swatch or only linking to the recol pics as to keep the post from being a mile long, but I know that as a downloader, I want to be able to see what I’m getting (and not have to click a bazillion links for it). It always bugs me when someone says “I’ve made fifty recols using Whatsherface’s colour actions” and then can’t even be bothered with a swatch because they just assume that everybody knows what Whatsherface’s colour actions look like and how they’ll look applied to that particular item. ๐Ÿ™„ So in the end, I went with the show-it-all mile-long post. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      And thanks, I really like that Sim (even though I doubt I can persuade him to model anything else for me, he was muttering about taking the black towards the end). ๐Ÿ™‚ That final pose was actually an accident; I was trying different CAS idles and he struck that pose coming out of one of them. It quite summed up how both of us were feeling at that point. ๐Ÿ˜›

  4. 7

    morgaine2005 said,

    Oh, YES. Yes, yes, yes! I can always use more medieval mirrors! Thank you, Nix!

    • 8

      NixNivis said,

      Hee, glad you like ’em! :mrgreen: Yeah, I’ve been using the same three or so mirrors for everybody in my Westeros ‘hood, be they a peasant or a Lord Paramount, and that just doesn’t work. Thank Wright for TSM! ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. 9

    Thank you for sharing these, they are lovely!


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