Kinda weird, huhEdit
Yeah, exporting Creon Nigmos, Lyla Grunt, and Willow Nigmos to Body Shop will result in the application crashing. But strangely, there is someone out there that somehow managed to export the corrupted features for one of them without it crashing. It can be downloaded here. ― C.Syde (talk | contribs) 06:14, March 9, 2020 (UTC)
Yeah, it is weird, I just checked out that file and unfortunately those aren't the original sims, they're player interpretations of the originals. A user on here User:Carrit managed to salvage some original face models from Lyla, Creon, and Willow. It isn't possible to extract a few sims due to issues in their character files. Many sims do however have their original face models in their character files under the geometric data container.
MARINAXCX (talk) 06:31, March 9, 2020 (UTC)
- Correct. I noticed that most of them were not the original faces, but rather poorly executed replicas of the original faces. Like Nervous Subject (hidden) clearly isn't the original Nervous, but an edit of Nervous Subject that is playable in-game.
- And the downloadable Tariq Al Mahmoud clearly uses Nina Caliente's facial structure, instead of the facial structure that the real Tariq would have had. There are however a few versions that are identical to the originals, such as the Therapist and Mrs. CrumpleBottom. ― C.Syde (talk | contribs) 07:40, March 9, 2020 (UTC)
Honestly can't believe that almost 9 years after playing the game, it took me this long to realise that Christy Stratton's face is based on the 23rd Maxis face template instead of the 11th. This dates from when I was less experienced at distinguishing faces, but the fact that it took me this long to realise that my younger self made an error confirms just how similar the 11th and 23rd face look on adult female Sims. ― C.Syde (talk | contribs) 03:36, April 4, 2020 (UTC)
We all make mistakes, I too never realised just how similar they are as well. MARINAXCX (talk) 04:12, April 4, 2020 (UTC)