January 18, 2011

Greek Pottery by Stuff For Sims 3

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21 comments:

  1. That's not greek.

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  2. This is so pretty! I remember making Greek pots like this in the 8th grade! :)

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  3. WONDERFUL MESHES!!!

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  4. That's not greek.

    Troll harder.

    These are wonderfully well-made, though.

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  5. ^I don't think that was trolling at all. Greek vases or pottery normally have warriors, gods, people or other creatures painted on them, not those patterns.

    There are also geometric vases, but they don't look like that either.

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  6. Oh, and I forgot to say that some of those shapes are not the typical greek vases. Not that I'm an expert or anything though.

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  7. ^ Greek patterns make the pottery easily identifiable as "greek" style. Not everyone is fluent in the art of knowing what is what, so the dodgy, cookie-cutter way the creator designed these is understandable.

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  8. Isn't Joe Greek? Shame on him not knowing!

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  9. Translation:

    TOGEKISS said...
    I need to shut my mouth. I'm wrong. Come over here so I can lick your feet and ask for forgiveness of my offensive stupidity.

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  10. ^ I come back to check here after a month, and the trolling hasn't gotten better. :(

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  11. I am half Greek. The pattern is the "Greek Key" and was mostly used as a border/trim in ancient Greece. Since it doesn't say "Ancient Greek Pottery", you can use them for modern Greek replicas. I've seen a lot of replicas that overuse the key pattern.

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  12. That's not true, TOGEKISS. You were here last week. I trolled you then too.

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  13. I give this pottery 4 out of 5 farts

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  14. Does it really matter? I for one am happy about getting anything Greek at all. Anyway these are really lovely, great meshes, great textures :)

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  15. robo, you're always ready for an argument

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  16. I'm happy someone else mentioned the fact that the pattern on this is the Greek Key. I do love this pattern, and this pottery is gorgeous. I'm definitely downloading it all.

    Actually, I might spread this pottery around The "Egypt" world. I think it'd look rather pretty in that setting.

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  17. Oh, I like this site. It's new to me.

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  18. I am 100% Greek and I live in Greece.These are just what Joe said.Hasn't anyone here visited a greek museum???

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