Pretty Corners for a Porch

Here is a little tutorial by request. Using this method you can have a nice smooth corner on your porch. This can be used in a decorative manor anywhere. First you will need an even number of tiles on the two meeting sides of the porch. As you can see here I have 3 tiles on the left a and 3 tiles on the bottom portion of the porch.

Step 1: Fill in all of the tile as shown here. Notice the direction of the wood. Use your < and > keys to turn the tile.

Step 1

Step 2: I’ve chosen to start with the tile in the direction of the last area I filled in. Press Ctrl + F and your tile will change to a 1/4 tile. You can see the 1/4 tile and how it will appear in the unfinished floor.

Step 2

Step 3: Carefully fill in the empty spaces  on the one side. Make sure your tile is going in the same direction as the side you are filling.

Step 3

Step 4: When you have finished the first side, use the < or the > key to change the direction of the tile to match the other side (My left side).

Step 4

Step 5: Fill in the other side making sure the tile matches.

Step 5

Finished: The finished product will look like this. A much prettier and smother finish to the corners of your porch.

Finish

Enjoy and be creative with Ctrl + F.

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About MerryWiddow

Avid Sims 3 fan. Love TV and reading. Family important in my life. You will often find me at The Sims Creators' ConsortiumI.
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2 Responses to Pretty Corners for a Porch

  1. Buttonsginger says:

    Well, look at that! It looks perfect! Thank You MW for sharing =D

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