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"There's no such thing as a tree, phylogenetically"
Hey Europeans, there's a European citizens initiative going round right now for universal/unconditional basic income.
The deadline has just been extended to the start of May.
Be cool if you signed it!
Since pillowfort is down I guess I'll just have to post the previews here only.
I've been slowly working my way through the portraits of the newest characters. So far none of them have ended up looking much like their first sketch, though I like how they turned out.
I'm now working on the third, Saraii, and I'm having some issues with it but gonna let it rest for a bit and come back to it later...
Anyway, I think the new paranormal stuff pack looks quite fresh and exciting and something right down my alley ^^,
When the Snowy Escape expansion came out at the end of last year, people where similarily loosing their shit because they reused the rock wall climbing animation for the new mountain climbing feature.
which makes me wonder how these people think making games work.
Anyway it made me remember why I've generally avoided the sims community like the plague despite having played the series since the first installment.
for those who don't know; genetic linkage is when two loci are close together and their genes become linked in pairs that are always inherited together, aka why tobianos, roans and sabinos might only pass down their white pattern to black offspring and never chestnut ones.
confession: I have not yet decided if I should attempt to simulate KIT and extension linkage in my horse breeding sim tool
horse color genetics is whack
Today I briefly did a double check on the inheritance of the manchado pattern (a very rare pinto pattern!) and instead came across a blog post from the Equine Tapestry (a great horse color genetics blog I've followed for years) about how seal brown probably isn't an Agouti allele which I'd totally missed.
So anyway now I gotta change the seal brown genetics in my horse breeding tool I guess.
I have a more far-fetched idea of adding the possibility for some vagueness. Like adding more specific descriptors, like say a sunbleached black or a vague brown/black where you cant tell if its a smoky black, a seal bay or just a sunbleach-prone black.
Just gotta figure out a way to do that in practice though...
The main feature of this little tool is that while it hides the generated genetics, it also calculates and shows the visible color.
Of course the only loci in the tool so far is extension and agouti, but still :p
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