Tuesday, October 28, 2014
I haven't disappeared! Not many changes at MOSP this last week or so. Prims are in that "rare" area as I always like to leave enough for you guys to rez reasonable amounts of props and such. This little guy (and he IS tiny) will be greeting you at the entry point for awhile. He is animated and so very cute.
The only other newness is a very nice hammock in the gardener's shelter down by the raised bed garden at ground level.
My very vague plans as we move into winter are a revamp of the snow area. There is a very primmy New Mexico house with furnishing up there that could come down for a more svelte land impact build. I just need for something special to show up.
Meanwhile only a few more days to get your film into UWA. There have been some impressive works.
Friday, October 17, 2014
Long, long overdue, Peaceful Valley has new outdoor facilities. The old outhouse was made in my Bayou days - so three years or so ago. This is SO much nicer! What would have been 40 plus in prims weighs in at 4 and a few land impact points were even saved. Materials and animation make it photo and film worthy *wink*.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
I was thrilled when I spied this hay mound prop at a newly opened venue. The old hay area has been gone awhile, simply outlived its photogenic prime. This one has both couples and single poses and comes with prop giver.
Also in the news, a group gift went out yesterday so if you missed it, check those archives.
And Happy Fall!