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Sometimes, the Sims paint beautiful paintings which already exist. Who painted these originally?

Here, is Johann Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring" is Sandro Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus" is Leonardo's "Mona Lisa" is Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night Over the Rhone" is Georges Seurat's 'A Sundary Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte"

I figure at least a couple more are parodies of real works, but I couldn't name those. These are the only ones I know.

Should we rewrite the article with the page from the other Sims Wiki? They've got a much more detailed page on it. Deftera 01:25, December 20, 2009 (UTC)

Missing Texture[edit source]

I had my ghost, Imaginary-Friend-Brought-To-Reality sim do the Research Architectural Design interaction with the Drafting Table and when she finished it was just white with the words Missing Texture printed in black. That's all she can make with the interaction and I haven't downloaded any mods or anything like that so I don't know why the texture would be missing. I can't get any updates/patches either because the EA download manager makes it so I can't play any of my EA games at all and my monitor just bluescreens when I try to. Help would be appreciated. Kitty553 says: THE GAME!!! 20:23, July 18, 2011 (UTC)

Have you had a virus recently, as it may have corrupted the texture file. I'd say either that or a graphical glitch. Lost Labyrinth (c)(b) 20:46, July 18, 2011 (UTC)

Selling Sketches[edit source]

Without a bit of trickery, sketches just kind of sit in your Sim's inventory. Clicking on them only seems to open the ability to name the sketch, which comports with the page's statement that they cannot be consigned. They can be dragged to a wall for display, where you gain the option to frame them, but they cannot be placed in the family inventory like other household objects. However, once the sketch is displayed on the wall, you can go into Buy mode, select the sketch, and sell it like any other object. Just a helpful hint for budding artists whose inventories are becoming overfull. (talk) 17:00, July 3, 2014 (UTC)