It’s been nearly four weeks since my last post, and before I start this one, let me apologize one. last. time. It’s been extremely busy for me lately, but I’ve been working hard to finish Sunville and finally get it up on the Dream Suite. And now, welcome to Sunville!
For this post, I’m going to take you on a tour of some of the things you’ll find in the Dream Address, so I really hope you enjoy it! And without further ado, here it is!
Starting off where you’ll get out of bed, the Town Tree! A combination of brick, wood, and water patterns, I thought the colors ended up being very vibrant and beautiful in the Cherry Blossom Festival.
Walking below the tree, you’ll find two fully color-coordinated (for all those people like me) outfits, as well as some fun tools you can use if you want. I think the mini-space by the river made a perfect little nook for all of those trinkets.
Going up and left of the tree, you’ll notice a couple ponds made out of water tiles and the police station. Walking above the winding paths, and you’ll find the train station. I didn’t quite get the zen station like I’d hoped, but maybe for the summer update I’ll be able to upgrade it. For now, I think it’ll be fine.
Next to the train station is the flower clock with the same pattern of flowers spanning out in all directions. I really like the flower clock itself, and I thought it would be fun to challenge myself to do something creative with it. Despite the annoying rock, it turned out well, and I like that being the entrance to town.
Going further left, you’ll find the barrier between the spring and fall side of town, Anna’s house! Now, the houses in Sunville aren’t quite done yet, I’m working on customizing furniture with Cyrus and it’s taking longer than I thought. Either way, I think the warm red roof and the chalet-style exterior give a nice transition between the two seasons.
Going further left is the full-on spring side, with a nice pink-and-red flower garden and the finally finished campsite! Actually, this campsite area is one of my favorite areas in the whole town, and I think everything combines well with Alex’s house, which will serve as a seasonal furniture house. However, I think it IS a little awkward that his is the winter house while Darian’s is spring-themed… (taps foot.) I think my houses still need a little work. LOL.
Moving past the bridge, you’ll see the familiar summer area and the final version of Mayor Jason’s house! I added some villager repelling street lamps which work well with the area, and I also added some trees surrounding the house itself to make it feel a little more cabin-y and secluded. It’s definitely my favorite house in town.
Walking below that, and you’ll see the yellow bench area, as well as a pear and persimmon garden.
Going further right, you’ll come across the winter side of town and Darian’s house! I went a little PWP crazy over here ( 😀 ), adding two fountains, a stone decoration, and a lighthouse all in the one area. Despite that, I think everything looks nice and I really enjoy just walking around in the area. I added a path where Lily’s house was (she moved out about a week ago) so the winter garden is pretty much complete. For all the trouble that garden has caused me, I’m feeling successful to see it finished.
Going back to the bridge, and you’ll see the finished fall garden, where four of my villagers (Goldie, Fauna, Bluebear, and Patty) all enjoy life. It was the first garden I finished and is still one of my favorite areas in town, all the warm colors seem to stand out in the Cherry Blossom Festival as well, and everything just looks so vibrant and beautiful!
And that pretty much completes the town tour! If you want to visit it yourself, the Dream Address is 5D00-0044-CED4! This is the first town I’ve ever uploaded to the Dream Suite, so if you have any ideas on how to make it better, please let me know! I will also update my Miiverse and Tumblr in the coming days with the final Dream Address for Sunville, but until then, I hope you enjoy the town!
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