Another thing you can do is raise the pool water level so it is level with the ground. There was no pool wall so where the water ended you could see the wonderful landscape behind it. Do you mind posting more pictures? With the level tool you want to click and hold on the raised square and drag it across the side of the pool and two squares wide away from the pool. How to make an above ground pool No downloads necessary. You only actually need to raise two points on the grid to raise something so don't worry about raising an entire square. To learn more, see our. This is where your diving board will go and the stairs leading up to the diving board.
There is a pic of how it will look. Pick the surrounding tiles and at one side of the pool these tiles need to be at least 4 tiles width to start with. They lived on a hillside with a great view. Do you mind making them a bit bigger please? Only the area around the diving board is sloped which I surrounded with steps to make it look nicer. I want to build a pool in the corner of a garden where it is surrounded by three straight walls , but one corner has a diagonal angle in it. The rest of the ground around the pool is all flat. Still it's is moderately difficult so I'd practice on a testhood first.
And on a side note. There is no way I can think of to deal with the slope it creates other than surrounding with steps. This is important as this is the step that will stop your sims sinking into the ground when they get out. That wouldn't look too bad. Click into this lot and build as many houses as you need this glitch is perfect if you want to create an area of 'council houses'. I made the square outside of the pool, as you directed. Always drag from the top of the diving platform when placing foundations and it won't flatten out.
I'll make a reference to your post in the tutorial. Maybe an aquarium someone has created pool fish to download? Next you have one of your sims go to the graveyard after the other sim dies and he will follow you home and you will still be able… Here's a step-by-step guide to making a Sims 3 village in the Sims 2! Pick your pool tile colours now pool wall and floor. I'll have to edit the resolution file to make them bigger as the size is ridiculous. I used anything I could to hide the slope. We are going to raise the end of the pool where you diving board is going. Place the tile in the second pool and drag it over your new above ground pool. Open the cheat dialogue control+shift+c and type boolprop constrainfloorelevation false.
It doesn't matter if you save with the cfe cheat on. It's doesn't take long to do. It's in the final phase now! It's my testhood so the view isn't exciting. First place a pool any size - rectangle or square curved edges don't really look right. Select the raise ground tool again on the smallest sized area setting. But this lack of experience is, perhaps, why I'm hitting a brick wall with the pool. Am I missing something really crucial here? The pictures are a bit small too.
Do you think this is nicer or the steps? When I try it on other areas, it raises them nicely, and I can do the diving board area well enough though I guess because I couldn't raise the water, my Sims sink into the diving board when they dive. Place stairs where you would like them to go. Then hide the rest of the sloping ground by placing a foundation over it. So it looks like a room sized glass pool. Game content and materials copyright Electronic Arts Inc. Not sure where you could use something like this. Save and get a sim to dive.
This is the largest screenshot size my game does. In step 7 raise the pool one click instead and skip step 9 onwards. Sorry for making that step a little vague. Give the Sim an autumn salad or something healthy and something to drink. Also my pics being small. If you change the water level more than once eg. I'll take the screenshots and figure out how to post them anyway.
Prestep: Get familiar with the undo shortcut control+z you might need it. Save at intervals if you think you've got it right at one step. What about the remaining perimeter around the pool? Based on the same principle. You do need to drag the tile all the way across the pool and make sure it is levelled out. You have to die which you can do by trapping yourself in a pool with a wall and no door around it or you could type ctrl. Here are a few tips for the clueless. But I'm gonna stick with the easy one.
Hope I Helped, Take Care!!! I found that putting that single square toward a corner of the pool and dragging it diagonally helped a lot, much like you would with a split-level house. How do people do that? Make another pool at least 3 squares away from the pool. Placing the 1x1 pool at one corner of the pool is the smart way to do it. Also make sure your Sim has plenty of sleep! It's very sensitive if you are not used to it. Either side of that is the planter boxes, some desks, bedside tables, display stands, Wii boxes and an adult poster I got off sexysims. Open the cheat dialogue again control+shift+c and type: moveobjects on. Raise the pool edge six clicks.