Well, I couldn’t not do it, could I? In response to that comment being made on my Cephalopod Madness tattoo pack, I bring you The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife, in TS3 tattoo form. And I’m not even a little bit sorry.
Now (finally) updated to 1.67!
Because writing is hard, frequently thankless, and no one is ever going to pay you per chapter completed. This mod allows you to pick and choose difficulty tweaks and generally make life harder for your aspiring author sims! Yay!
A pack of recolorable tattoos using designs based on the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac, or Shǔxiàng.
23 tattoos of angels, devils and demons in a variety of styles, from black and grey to trad to new school pinups. Oh Jesus, can I borrow your crowbar?
Reuploaded from my old blog: that Sailor Jerry tattoo. Now with 44% extra inflamed monkey anus!
Ever had the urge to smother your sims in cephalopods? Okay, so almost all the tattoos in this pack are octopus-themed with the occasional kraken. I skimped on the squid, was cavalier with the cuttlefish… you get the idea. Continue reading
For the DA fans! Or maybe anyone else who wants fantasy-themed / vaguely elven face tattoos.
There are two parts to this pack: 13 designs that are meant to be used as body tattoos, for vanilla EA tattoo placement, and 12 face tattoos that are designed for use with Cmar’s expanded tattoo placement mod.
Replacement skintone sliders for the fantasy colours that came with Patch 1.38. Choose from desaturated or realistic versions. No more retina-searing brightness!
This pack contains twenty-one tattoos that are all (broadly) “new school” in design… though that is a pretty wide definition. Things that define new school artwork – in contrast to “old school” tattoos from the earlier half of the twentieth century – tend to include extremely bold, bright colours, with heavy and sometimes exaggerated outlines. Shapes are often bigger, brasher, and sometimes cartoonish, which I think makes the style very suitable for Sims conversions.
Classic tattoo flash for your sims. 35 old-school Sailor Jerry designs, including all the traditional icons you’d expect: swallows, hearts and roses, eagles, panthers… oh, my.