The poster mesh, by Wo3Dan, is a 3D object conversion. I had to edit the mesh because the back of it was invisible, so I made it visible and now the folding down back part of the poster is visible. Plus I took a few parts off of it that I didn't need/like.
Recolor the mesh, edit, resize, etc.... do what you want. I'd love to see what others do with this mesh. If you'd like to recolor, edit, etc... the mesh, and would like to have the .obj file, Workshop file, .dds files, and UV map, download here: http://www.box.net/shared/n9iuxmbgs9
If you don't need those files, you can just recolor from my posters. :)
The Sims 3 poster set consists of 12 posters. I tried to include some that would appeal to both males and females, child - adult Sims. The thumb tacks on the posters are recolorable. Ok, hope you like the posters - enjoy! :)
The Sims 2 poster set consists of 7 posters (including the mesh). Just delete any recolors that you don't want, but keep the mesh so the posters will show up in your game. Use the mesh to make your own recolors, and you are allowed to include the mesh with your own recolors.
The 7 posters consist of:
* The jacket poster (the mesh)
* Blue monster poster
* Basketball poster (Loup D'Adolescent)
* Modern Science poster
* Joker Madness poster
* Teen Wolf poster
* Yellow monster poster
Extra photos of the posters in-game:
Sims 2 Posters Download:
Sims 3 Posters: