New selfie poses that override the poses when taking selfies with sims phones. I hope you enjoy! :)for males and females4 poses for teens to eldersin game selfie poses that override the generic EAs selfie poses
To use the poses click on the phone, then click on the Entertainment option and then Take Selfie.Look at the tutorial GIF here: -override-poses-i/FULL CC LIST: -override-poses-i/-My Youtube: youtube.com/c/KatverseOfficialMy Instagram: instagram.com/katverseMy Tumblr: katverse.tumblr.comMy Twitter: @realKatverseWebsite: katverse.com
Remember that whole spiel I made earlier about making selfie poses look interesting and distinctive? I think the creator gets it, because all the poses in this set are insanely high-quality. And they stand out.
Sims who attempt to interact with celebrities above their own rating are strictly limited. They are not allowed to do any aggressive actions and cannot gain relationships, nor can they get the celebrity's number to call them. Even with free will turned off, your controlled Sim may even automatically go over to them to take selfies without your command.
New selfie poses are also available for Sims, giving a much wider variation in emotional expressions, which is a perfect addition for teens in the new Sims 4 High School Years DLC. Sims now have the option to video call each other, which, although it doesn't differ much from a normal phone call, is a nice addition that adds realism to the game. Phone color customization also features more prominently now in The Sims 4 - instead of a color choice only changing the UI, it will show up when Sims hold their phone as well.
The Sims 4: Get Famous expansion introduced the fame mechanic. But there's more to fame than adoring fans. There are all sorts of perks, quirks, and special celebrity interactions too. And the path to stardom isn't reserved exclusively for those sims born for the stage.
Each perk requires a certain star-level status and the prerequisite of investing in the previous perks in that branch. There are also perk branches reserved for those sims that have earned themselves an especially good or bad reputation. Reputation perks begin unlocking when your sim is recognized as a B-Lister among celebrities.
Only the best for the best. After being recognized as a Notable Newcomer your sim can subscribe to an elite celebrity mailing list that will deliver an exclusive CelebuSereum to their mailbox each day. These potions can take care of your sims needs or alter their mood, but they all aid your sim in learning skills faster.
Your sim is a true inspiration and can rally motivation in other sims by giving inspirational speeches and encouraging boosted skill gains in other sims. Additionally, your sim will benefit from successful social interactions with others in the few hours following their speech.
If your sim has made themselves accessible to their fan base, be ready to take the bad with the good as not every sim wants to send your sim letters of adoration. This quirk means your sim has earned themselves a dedicated hater base as well, who will eagerly fill your sims mailbox with mean-spirited junk items.
If your sim has frequently suffered the touch of less famous sims while climbing the social ladder, they will likely develop the No Touching perk which causes them to tense up when touched by lesser-known strangers. But on the flip side, they may gain a confidence boost if they avoid contact with commoners for an extended period of time.
Introverted sims that find even the smallest social interactions or acknowledgments downright excruciating can opt-out of drawing attention to themselves altogether by checking off "Quit the Spotlight" in their fame tab. 2b1af7f3a8