March 02, 2011

Newsea Lola Female Hairstyle

Download at The Sims Resource - Subscriber only

49 comments:

  1. Wow, a hair that actually looks good in profile! A rare occurrence in the sim world.

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  2. Gorgeous hair thank god we have very skilled creators like NewSea and Peggy.

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  3. ^ Good to know there's actucally some people who really appreciates their work

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  4. Booty here i cum!

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  5. very beautiful, someone can share it please ?

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  6. ^ how about you pay for it, isn't it worth of it as it is such well done hair ;)

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  7. ^Maybe they don't like taking part in illegal activities?

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  8. ^Maybe they don't like taking part in illegal activities?

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  9. illegal, what is illegal? :o

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  10. ^^Downloading pirated items is "illegal" too, js.

    Now here's the link (only adult version though):

    http://www.mediafire.com/?5461493g639dbyd

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  11. Dear Sheeple Anonymous,

    Downloading "illegal" files "illegally" as you put it is far from illegal.

    Thanks for being a fan!

    Sincerely,
    www.peggyzone.com

    P.S. Learn EA EULA moar!

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  12. Y'arr! Long decent Newsea hair as well :)

    Thanks for being a fan!

    Sincerely,
    www.peggyzone.com

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  13. Looks like a modified Ballet hair again.

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  14. It does, but it's cute.

    It's not illegal to pirate these. EA, in the EULA, says that anything made for their program with their programming is to be shared, and no one but them may profit. They don't go after paysites (because custom content keeps the game going), and they don't go after "pirates" (because the content belongs to EA and they want it shared). Newsea has created, at least in part, this hair for the game. If you have purchased the game, you can have this hair.

    It's a matter of personal feeling. If you feel the creator deserves your money, by all means, give it to them. But frankly EA would rather you gave EA your money.

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  15. and paying 10 € just to have a new hairstyle... sorry but i prefer buy something else

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  16. I really like this one! It looks like a much better version of a BaseGame hair :)

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  17. The thick headband one? I was thinking the same.

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  18. I thik it looks like a cross between Ballet and Sakura Drops, but I like it all the same. =)

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  19. -and paying 10 € just to have a new hairstyle... sorry but i prefer buy something else -

    But it's not only one you can download every single hair if you havent. Legally :D

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  20. This hair is GORGEOUS!

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  21. Oh, and thanks Anon who uploaded it!

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  22. "But it's not only one you can download every single hair if you havent. Legally :D"

    For the last time, you T$R sheep, it's not ILLEGAL to download pay content without paying for it because you morons have no right to sell it in the first place and EA already said that whatever you make for the game belongs to them and can be freely distributed.

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  23. ^exactly. If it was illegal to share the hair TSR would have a lot better recourse against "pirates" than launching hacking attacks against their websites.
    There's nothing illegal about file sharing - legally TSR isn't allowed to make objects that require EA's programming to work unless it may be shared freely.

    Good lord, people, read the EULA you agreed to follow!

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  24. This hair is so beautiful, and so simple, I really love it. Can't wait to see if Lotus is gonna retexture it.

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  25. for 10 euros i can buy myself some fun stuff! Thank you so much for sharing this!!!!!!!

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  26. But since EA doesn't go after the paysites who violate the terms of the EULA, people think TSR and other paysites aren't doing anything wrong. TSR does scare tactics like banning people and whatnot, which is what makes people so hesitant to share.

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  27. With the risk of T$R posting people's private information, do you blame people for not sharing?

    Hence the booty takes a bit to update. To protect those who do share.

    I would be afraid to even download anything, without being put into the realm of people who share. Hence I would never subscribe to T$R.

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  28. "Anonymous said...
    Maybe they don't like taking part in illegal activities?"

    **snicker** Poor, deluded anon.



    Anywhoo, It's a nice style, really nice. I don't mind the whole crossover/hybrid thing going on with it.

    It's realistic. We women like to experiment with our hair. Sometimes the results are good, and other times we get that Peggy hair in the post below. lol

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  29. This is actually really pretty :O
    I might just wait for a retexture though :)

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  30. don't think it needs retexture, it's perfect this way!

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  31. ^ people are sheep.

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  32. If TSR and others like them were in such flagrant violation of the EULA then wouldn't EA have shut all of them down way back in the original Sims days?

    I'm not defending paysites or anything (because ethically I don't agree with them) but why do these so called "pirates" (who happen to also loathe and despise EA) continue fighting for them?

    And I consider the booty a fight for the rights of EA, the company that they hate so much, why would you want to fight for someone or something that you have so much dislike for?

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  33. Think of The Sims Resource as you would Wal-Mart, you don't agree with their business practices, but sometimes in a pinch you have to shop there.

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  34. Erica, I think that Anon is saying the opposite of what you thought he/she meant.

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  35. So beautiful (:

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  36. Anon, thank you for the link. You are awesome!

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  37. not bad... def arr'ing
    Seriously more of you need to read the actual EULA.

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  38. Thanks for sharing!

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  39. "If TSR and others like them were in such flagrant violation of the EULA then wouldn't EA have shut all of them down way back in the original Sims days?"

    EA wasn't the owner way back then, it was Maxis. Maxis soon joint with EA for the Sims 2. Maxis only allowed for sites to be pay since back then bandwidth was really expensive unlike today.

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  40. "If TSR and others like them were in such flagrant violation of the EULA then wouldn't EA have shut all of them down way back in the original Sims days?"

    Already answered before you even asked. Custom content is what makes the Sims games what they are, so Ea isn't interested in closing down creators. The EULA is partly a CYA set of terms that explicitly state EA owns all the material and that no one else may profit off of it - if they wished, they could close TSR in a heartbeat, but that is detrimental to THEIR bottom line since people buy the Sims in part for the custom content/creative aspects.

    But they don't care if you share any custom file that requires their game to be of use, either, because that's also good for THEIR bottom line - custom content shared freely.

    In the end, legally, all of this belongs to EA. Creators get possessive - and of course they do, they're creating something, but legally this all belongs to EA, and THEY choose to allow it to be shared. If you want to create for this game, you have already agreed (by accepting the EULA) that you don't own what you're making.

    Creating for Sims 1 was a bit different, and Maxis was a bit more protective of the creators - we could own the graphics we used to make custom content. We could ask that our stuff not be shared because our (potentially) copyrighted graphics were attached to it, and Maxis did not claim ownership of that graphic. Creating for Sims 2 and 3 isn't a matter of drawing something with pixels and attaching it to a game file, and EA is also not as protective of its CC creators.

    This hair doesn't belong to Newsea, it belongs to EA, and EA has spoken. It's shareable.

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  41. When you make your mesh it belongs to you, when you attach it to sims to work with sims only then it's EA's

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  42. "When you make your mesh it belongs to you, when you attach it to sims to work with sims only then it's EA's"

    In order to make it work in the game, it has to become attached to the game. None of these creators are making meshes to sit on their computers; they are making them for the Sims 3. Whether they release them for others or just want to use the hairs for themselves, they are all making them for one purpose - Sims 3 custom content.

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  43. Yes. It's for the game. Newsea has already agreed, via the EULA, that it is EA's property now, and EA has stated it is to be shared with the community.

    "4. In exchange for the right to use content contributed by other users through the Software, when you contribute content through the Software, you expressly grant to other users of the Software the non-exclusive, perpetual, transferable, worldwide, irrevocable right to access and use, copy, modify, display, perform, and create and distribute derivative works from, your contributed content in connection with the Software, and to distribute and otherwise communicate your contributed content as a component of works that they create using the Software, for example, The Sims lots or The Sims videos, without further notice, attribution or compensation to you. You hereby waive any moral rights of paternity, publication, reputation, or attribution under applicable law with respect to EA.s and other players. use and enjoyment of such content contributions in connection with the Software."

    When you contribute content, you grant other users the right to transfer, copy, modify, display and distribute that content. If you don't wish for that to happen - don't contribute it in the first place.

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  44. I like this mesh for once! I'm always annoyed with how many of Newsea's longer hairs have the floating hair thing going on. While I understand why it's necessary, it's a pet peeve of mine.

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  45. Ya know NewSea is just a sheep that works for TSR. Its really not worth paying for that piece of shit.

    BOOTY FOR LIFE!

    AND FYI peggy you gotta learn the american way is not to expect people to pay for your craptastic work. Its just easier to get it else where for *COUGH COUGH* FREE!
    ;D

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  46. nice one..finally

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