July 17, 2011

Flora Hair 33 for Females

Download at XM Sims

Teen - Elder



Thanks, Anon:)

File name: 
XMS3-FloraHair033-TFtoEF

55 comments:

  1. doesnt look like a ts2 conversion or is it?

    not too shabby

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  2. waited all this time for.. this? can't retexture either so.. :/

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  3. I wonder how looks in the game...? It looks familiar too...;/ but the problem is the texture, but we have to respect her rules so yeah...

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  4. I love Flora's meshes, but it really frustrates me that she won't let other creators retexture her hairs. All of her blondes have that dirty quality you can't get rid of. :/

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  5. remember how she disappeared for half a year .. just leave her alone, people.
    she isn't like peggy or newsea and she never ask anything in return.
    welcome back Flora.

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  6. it looks like maybe its a cute hair, but without a retexture i cant see ever using this...

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  7. Yo! Anon! Shut up! Leave the people express! They not hurting no one what O read! Jeez...

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  8. In all actuality, anyone can do anything they want to anything you put up on the net. What can anyone do about it? NOTHING. Which is why it's pointless getting your panties in a bunch about it. You should be thankful that someone wants to retexture your hairs. That means they like it enough to fix it. That or start using a better hair texture that people will want to use.

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  9. Use textures from the game or Pooklet's. That's it, seriously why would you even bother using anything else.

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  10. I really wish to retexture it

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  11. First of all, Flora is not meant to keep updating and releasing content, she do it whenever she wants and feel like creating something.

    This is not about whether you accept a creator policy or not, but the respect you have for them in using/modifying their creations.

    And retexture is not meant to fix anything on a hair, retexture is to offer a different texture only.

    Flora does allow retextures, what she doesnt allow is to retexture her hair including her mesh, which you can easily do as there are tutorials on that already.

    The texture should please the original creator only, NEVER all people will like it, because people have different tastes, some like plain looking textures, some like more shiny or realistic, so Flora being happy with her texture is all that matters.
    And why would she care if people download it or not, she is making available for those who want it, if you don't, just don't download it.
    Isn't that simple?

    ...

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  12. "And retexture is not meant to fix anything on a hair, retexture is to offer a different texture only."

    In this case, yes. You can't have blondes with this texture. It looks too dark and ashy.

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  13. I don't see the harm in retexturing her hair without including the mesh.

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  14. This is why I like Peggy. Peggy just puts up a phony lawyer notice and then goes back to not caring.

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  15. shut up! me sue you now!


    lol jk.

    I can kind of understand why flora is not too thrilled about retexturing. I mean, that's like her putting all of her work into a hair then someone swoops in changes the texture of it and fixes a problem with it or something and then takes full credit for it. So when people ask where we got this hair we dont say XMSims, we say....XXXX for example. Not going to put a name there. It's a frustrating process. In the end the person who retextured the hair gets all the credit when in fact all they did was change the appearance a bit.

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  16. So fugging ugglyyy!!

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  17. Welcome back Flora, it´s great to have your creations...

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  18. Flora you are back !!! Yay! ^_^ but that hair looks weird. When is blonde it have like black lines T-T

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  19. Omega Star, what you just said is a complete load of crap.

    There's somehing people need to understand, if the creator does not allow retextures then accept it. Do not complain, it's Flora's work she calls the shots, she chooses to share these creations free too so be greatful. It doesn't make the creator greedy or stubborn.
    I also agree, people who retexture do seem to get way more credit than the original creator, kind of awkward if you ask me.
    Respect Flora's policies, full stop.

    Not everything needs a retexture, though in this case the roots look dark which I don't really mind. Flora's textures don't look flat like pooklet's which is a plus.

    I'm happy Flora's creating again

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  20. ^yeah not flat at all. that green hue and all the gross streakiness that happens with the blonds really makes the hair pop...whatevs

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  21. metalmoose, where ya at?

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  22. I sit here all day and refresh the comments pages to see if someone replied to me.

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  23. LOTUS <3333333333333333

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  24. how do you make your comment bold or italic?

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  25. Looks like the texture is a bit lighter than with the last two hairs. I´ll give it a try. At least it´s a low poly hair, that´s always a plus.

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  26. I'm sorry, what's stopping someone from retexturing it? Is there some kind of password-lock on the files so that no one else can get into?

    This is the internet. By it's nature, everything is a free-for-all and people will change and tweak things to better fit their needs. It happens all the time, everywhere. You can't stop it. I can still make a retexture of this hair, slap it on a blog and there's not a thing anyone could do about it.

    So instead of being pissy about it, think of it as someone who likes your work but thinks it could use some improvements. No one's perfect after all.

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  27. No, Metalmoose is mean because he
    wont upload that damn blonde model para me. Wahhhhhhhhhhhhh =[

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  28. d ont 'i paja bemara o parisia, dal momento che questo capello è molto più meraviglioso

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  29. Hey Anonymous, after you retexture this hair, why don't you tweak the Sims game coding and their items including the Sims shop items and put it on a blog?

    It's not like someone or a group of people spend a lot of their own precious time and money making it. Oh and don't forget to show Maxis/EA how you improve their game. I'm sure they'll enjoy seeing their work altered. (If a lawsuit comes up, then you can always tell them "it's the internet and by nature, everything is free-for-all." I'm sure they'll understand.)

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  30. "By it's nature, everything is a free-for-all and people will change and tweak things to better fit their needs. It happens all the time, everywhere. You can't stop it. I can still make a retexture of this hair, slap it on a blog and there's not a thing anyone could do about it."

    And it's exactly this attitude why I won't ever share anything I make no matter how much someone begs for it or asks. It's also the reason why we've already lost a ton of great creators. Your attitude is not only ungrateful, it reeks of "HA! you might've made this but I can do whatever I want to with it, BITCH!"

    I totally understand why people like Aikea Guinea used to model clothes or whatever with models and/or hairs that she wouldn't release. People like you deserve to be able to see it and want it but NEVER have it because it will cut down your satisfaction of "I can do what I want with it and you can't stop me" attitude.

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  31. "everything is a free-for-all and people will change and tweak things to better fit their needs. It happens all the time, everywhere. You can't stop it."

    Yeah, Flora can stop it. She can stop it by stop making hairs.

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  32. "Yeah, Flora can stop it. She can stop it by stop making hairs."

    Thank you! And in a sense I wish she would. It sucks that the rest of us would have to lose out, but it would teach the entitled morons a lesson.

    Flora is a FREE CREATOR. We should give her more respect than we would a pay creator. Now I completely understand why some creators go pay. If their policies are not going to be respected and they will get attacked either way, then why stay free? What benefit does it serve them? Zero.

    Hair is the hardest thing to mesh. None of the other naysayers have ever meshed hairs like Flora in the Sims 3 and thus, their blase attitude that demands that people should be able to do with her hairs whatever they want is just baseless.

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  33. I think I'm going going to retexture, just because now. If you don't want people changing your stuff then don't put stuff on the net. Its the equivilent of leaving money on the ground with note saying this is mine, don't touch, then walking away. And I'm sorry but, this sort of thing falls right in line with PSMBD. I'm a creator, I work hard on my stuff, do I whine bitch and moan about my stuff? I stand firm with my opinion, once its on the net, you've lost all say in the matter.

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  34. "And I'm sorry but, this sort of thing falls right in line with PSMBD."

    Except the P stands for PAYSITES must be destroyed. Flora is not a pay creator.

    Also, stop making false equivalences. If you want to say "fuck you" to Flora and your policies, then (wo)man up to it and just say it without trying to justify your lack of respect and gratitude.

    You might be a creator, but I'm positive you have never made and released a hair in your life so you have no clue all the hard work that goes into it. It's quite easy to retexture; it is hard as hell to mesh hairs.

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  35. Flora is a FREE CREATOR. We should give her more respect than we would a pay creator. Now I completely understand why some creators go pay. If their policies are not going to be respected and they will get attacked either way, then why stay free?

    Your statement doesn't make any sense. Who is disrespecting Flora? After she made her no-distributing policy clear, I haven't seen ANYONE redistributing her hair.

    Please provide a link to the creators ignoring her policy, as I'm unclear who you're referring to.

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  36. "Your statement doesn't make any sense. Who is disrespecting Flora? After she made her no-distributing policy clear, I haven't seen ANYONE redistributing her hair."

    Apparently, you failed reading comprehension. Nowhere did I say that anyone had already disrespected her policies. I said "IF their policies are not going to be respected," and IF is a conditional part of speech. The outcome depends on whether or not the presented action is taken. That was in direct reference to the people contemplating and/or advocating retexturing and distributing her hairs anyway without the mesh. They are all over these comments. So yes, IF people are not going to respect her, THEN she might as well go pay.

    Do I need to explain to you why 2+2=4 or do you think you've got it?

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  37. Also, since you want to be so bold, I specifically remember Evergreen retexturing and releasing (with the mesh) one of Flora's hair. I think s/he eventually removed it, but not until after several people had already downloaded it.

    http://mysims3blog.blogspot.com/2011/01/xm-sims-female-hair-32-pookletd-by.html

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  38. ^
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    some dude did re-texture her mesh and that the reason why she disappear you happy now?

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  39. Problem here is that well she might be a free creator, but with the hairtexture she has there will be less peoples dowloading it. I would never get it or anny hair that she has on her site if I could not retexture them myself.

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  40. If you care about her that much why don't you just mail her for a permission or something.. is that so hard to do?

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  41. Anyone who disappears just because of a retexture needs to get thicker skin. When you agreed to EA's license agreement, you agreed that any and all content you make for the game is legally allowed to be modified and redistributed by all users (which is why TSR has no legal foot to stand on with people sharing files from there). This is just a simple retexture. And every retexture I've seen posted on this blog credits the original creator.

    If you don't like people changing textures, find out why they do it. In Peggy's case, the majority of the time it's black roots and a greasy look. She won't change it, so people retexture. In this case, you can't have blondes. Either offer two versions, or live with people wanting to have real blondes in their game, not bottle blondes.

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  42. ^ Exactly. EA specifically says all things you create for this game using their software belongs to them and may be shared. When you create for the game, you are using their software and you've already agreed to that.
    The Sims is the only community I've run into where people think they own the mods they upload and/or try to force others to pay for it, but that's specifically against the EULA we all agreed to the first time we installed the game.
    Respect is good, appreciation of the creators is the courtesy we do back for them making game mods available. But changing a texture to suit your own gameplay is not an act of disrespect.

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  43. Retexturing is insanely easy. There's no reason that most people can't just do it themselves. Retexture your file of her hair, and use it in your game. She won't know, and probably won't care, and neither will anyone else. Problem solved.

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  44. ^I don't think is insanely easy since there are some people still doing it wrong and releasing retextured hairs with serious flaws.

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  45. If you don't want people retexturing your hair, stop using fugly, greasey, shiny, dark rooted hairs.

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  46. "^I don't think is insanely easy since there are some people still doing it wrong and releasing retextured hairs with serious flaws"

    That's because in order to fix a lot of those flaws, you have to reconvert the mesh. Several people can retexture but not everyone can convert a hair.

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  47. "I think I'm going going to retexture, just because now. If you don't want people changing your stuff then don't put stuff on the net. Its the equivilent of leaving money on the ground with note saying this is mine, don't touch, then walking away. And I'm sorry but, this sort of thing falls right in line with PSMBD. I'm a creator, I work hard on my stuff, do I whine bitch and moan about my stuff? I stand firm with my opinion, once its on the net, you've lost all say in the matter."

    I agree. I'm going to retexture too. I may not even upload the retexture, nothing wrong with that, as long as I credit Flora for the mesh. Let's face it. Her textures suck.

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  48. Yes, Flora is a free creator, but she's a free creator unreasonable policies. She claims that you shouldn't include her mesh, whenever you convert/retexture/fix any of her hairs, because she seems to think that it takes her out of the equation. Are you insane? You're the beginning of the damn equation! Creators have learned to credit each other, as common courtesy.

    As long as they say that the original mesh is from you, isn't that enough? If I was creating hairs, it would be enough for me. Basically, with this policy, all of her hairs are never going in my game. I can't handle having a high volume of packages, even if I do combine them. The extra package of just textures and the whole "Override" folder is just frankly ridiculous.

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  49. I'm so staying out of this...

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  50. This thread is a great example of how disrespectful is The Sims 3 community with creators policy, even general saying.

    It's only a matter of time until I leave too, I can't believe people stop by to say these things...
    You are all dead inside.

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  51. Agreed.. The EULA, plus the fact she's probably used various free programs to aide creating the meshes in the first place - does she give credit where credit is due? - If so, I can "sort of" understand the argument about respect.. But the internet is NOT completely owned by paysites & big business moguls - yet - So those of you thinking along the lines that maybe it should be - maybe you should stand firmly by your p.o.v that she should go pay & maybe you should as well - the rest of us will do what we've freely been doing since the net was first introduced...

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  52. ^ Oh, and "creators" policy.Don't you mean regurgitation of original in-game meshes that are remeshed. Certainly not creation as in "from the ground up" I don't see why anybody doing these hairs should feel entitled to anything - technically they're disrespectful to the original creators (Maxis EA) themselves - if you're going to take that stand..

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  53. Apparently, you failed reading comprehension. Nowhere did I say that anyone had already disrespected her policies.

    This is exactly why your statement makes no sense. Why are you upset about something that hasn't happened?

    Also, since you want to be so bold, I specifically remember Evergreen retexturing and releasing (with the mesh) one of Flora's hair. I think s/he eventually removed it, but not until after several people had already downloaded it.

    You're contradicting yourself again. If she removed the hair, it's entirely possible she became aware of Flora's policy.

    I agree that if there are creators who are redistributing Flora's meshes without her consent, they are violating her TOU. However, you haven't provided any links with creators who are currently and intentionally redistributing Flora's meshes.

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