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Since The Sims 4 added toddlers into the game, there’s one thing that never really works perfectly in the game. And that’s using the sliders to create a toddler without using the presets or genetics to create a sim. Somehow when you age them up some of their features just look off if you do it that way. And since I’m in the middle of a bunch of posts that are going to take a month or more to complete, I’m in a bit of a lull. So I thought I would attempt this challenge for on the blog.
So I started out with this cute little toddler on the left and she ended up looking like the sim on the right when I aged her up. The only details I changed upon age up are the eyelashes, skin details, makeup, outfit and hair… otherwise all of the facial details are how they were when switching this little cutie from a toddler to an adult.
So the first noticeable differences between these two is her lips are huge! And she kept her curvy body which I was really a fan of as I didn’t want to make a stick thin sim for this challenge. As far as other details when looking straight on don’t look that dramatic of a difference.
However, if you turn her to the side her nose goes from being pointed up to straight down. And her face became elongated in the outwards direction. Not something I normally go for when creating a sim, but I do love that she looks so different when she was aged up into an adult.
What do you think? Were you expecting that change between the two?
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