Static Hanging Veggie Baskets by Riley Marks
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Added: 28/06/2013 - 06:07PM
Updated: 17/05/2014 - 04:25PM

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Last updated at 16:25, 17 May 2014 Uploaded at 18:07, 28 Jun 2013

Harvald requested onions for his hanging basket; so while making the onions I decided to make 2 different versions of hanging veggie baskets (I have way too much time on my hands).
The first one contains potatoes, onions, and garlic. The second is more for salads; and contains lettuce, tomatoes, and carrots. With the exception of the hanging basket itself, this mod uses all Bethesda stock textures and meshes.
This modder's resource gives you everything you need to create the two different hanging veggie baskets including a wall hook and ceiling hook as seen in the screenshots. If you downloaded my hanging fruit basket just hit overide if any warnings pop up.
You have two choices when installing this mod depending on whether or not you want to keep it simple or get real creative.

Option One (Easy and Simple)
Simply drag and drop the static hanging veggie basket 01 or 02 mesh or both into the CS. You can shoose to either use the baskets as static pieces strictly for decorations by dropping them under the "static" tab. Or you could drop them into the CS under the "container" tab to use as convenient all-in-one veggie containers. If you're using the CS I'm going to assume you already know how to add items to containers.

Option Two (Little more work, but more creative I think)
Drag and drop the static hanging basket mesh into the CS under the "static" tab. Drag and drop the different veggie cluster meshes into the CS under the "container" tab. Then you can fill each individual veggie cluster with it's corresponding vegetable.

Unlike the hanging fruit basket all the vegetables used in this mod are already Bethesda stock under the "ingredient" tab so no need to install any additional ingredients. Also, like all my work, everything in the mod is completely static so no worries about anything flying out of the baskets.

None that I can think of since there is no esp included with this mod. If you do find a problem with anything in this mod feel free to contact me and I will do my best to try and fix it.

1. Extract the files to a temporary location.
2. Examine the folder structure and make corrections where necessary.
3. Copy files to (install folder)\Oblivion\Data\
4. Drag and drop the meshes into the Construction Set using one of the above options.

1.Simply delete the RM folder ( I like to keep things simple).

You can find me on TESNexus.com under RileyMarks


JBVW - Varernlor Manor (wall hook, rope and metal textures)

Thanks to Bethesda for creating Oblivion.
Thanks to TESNexus.com for the a one-stop-shop resource for authors and players.
Thanks to Gimp 2.0 which helps poor modders like myself look halfway professional.
Thanks to LHammonds for the Readme Generator this file was based on.
Thanks to God for creating us all.

Tools Used
7-Zip - http://www.tesnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=15579
NIFSkope - http://niftools.sourceforge.net/wiki/NifSkope
Readme Generator - http://HammondsLegacy.com/obmm/tools_readme_generator1.asp
Gimp 2.0 - http://www.gimp.org/

You can do whatever you want with any part of this mod, but please be considerate and credit me and the other artists who's work was used to help make this mod possible.