Good evening everyone! I have another installment of great items you can find at
A Tattered Page
(ATP). If you are new to ATP, it is a quarterly Second Life Event based on a different book each round. A real book...not a movie! The book is used for inspiration, everyone involved has to read the story and interpret it with their designs/blog posts. The exclusive items designed by the participating designers will be available at their stores and the ATP Library until July 31.
This round is centered around Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Terry Pratchett
and Neil Gaiman
. The book is a satire of the birth of the son of Satan and the end of the world. It follows the two awkward heroes; Aziraphale (an angel and part-time rare book dealer) and Crowley (an Angel who did not so much Fall as Saunter Vaguely Downwards) as they attempt to stop the eradication of the human race because they have grown rather fond of living among them.… Read the rest
Good afternoon everyone, this morning I was playing around with wind lights as I was taking some photos just to see what would happen. I have to admit a lot of times I feel very overwhelmed by the sheer amount of windlights and tend to stay to just a few favorites. I think my favorite windlight is Xanthe's Flawlessness. It gives such clarity and shadows to photos. I really liked how my photos turned out today. You can get a copy of it
for your own use at Xanthe's Blog. There are also instructions on how to install windlights, if you need help. (BTW, I also used a bit of my glamour filter in my photo editor to give it that soft glow, so you won't get the effect of these photos with just the windlight.)
For my outfit today, I am clad in mostly Zibska's
creations. I appreciate how unique Zibska's
creations are, they give a nice other-worldliness to the scenes I try to recreate from my head. The harlequin outfit is the Hedwig Deux in RedGold
(L$300). There is a version of this for men and women.… Read the rest
“A cage stokes our emotions and imaginations, regardless of whether you are inside looking out, or outside looking in.” — Michael Makai ROMP closes tomorrow on July 17th this I am showcasing a few items well two items before they hit stores. Luna Beam as this really awesome collar. I had never seen something done like […]
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World Goth Fair is still going strong, with a little over a week left of the event. It officially ends on May 31st. There are so many musical things happening before then, which will be held at the Club Gothika. You can keep up to date on all the happenings on the Official Site HERE
I don’t often get a chance to cover Home&Garden items. I don’t own a home, never have. I have always thought the prims best used for other things, on the lands I own. It does create issues, when I do get the urge to cover something that isn’t fashion, or when I feel the need for an actual location to show something off properly.
I picked up this gothic looking skybox from Roawenwood this week, as I felt it would work well with my WGF coverage. If it wasn’t roundish, I might have even used it as my work studio, haha. Alas, it is round, but gives me the ability to easily do setups. Much like a Turnip Skysdome, I can just plunk it down, and fill it with random stuff for the shots I need.… Read the rest
Good Evening Everyone,
I am going to take a little break from fashion blogs this evening and share a little on-going project I have been working on. I got a new Maven Homes and have been slowly decorating it as found pieces I thought would would fit in with how I wanted to decorate it. It's still a bit of a work in progress but I would love to share with you what I have done so far.
The Monterey Home
is the newest release from Maven Homes
. Maven homes are spectacular creations. They are always well laid out, fabulously textured, and full of character. You can see the past two Maven Homes I have featured here: Skwer
. The Monterey Home
(L$4,490) is a single floor home with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, large wrap around windows and a roaring fireplace. It has a foot print of 29 m x 48 m and is recommended for a 2.048 sq.m. parcel or larger. It has a land impact of 184.
This luxurious home features a deck, fireplace, kitchen with full set of appliances and a bathroom equipped with a shower and bathroom sink with animated poses.… Read the rest
It always seems like by the time mid-afternoon comes around, I need to get up and stretch a little bit to help myself stay awake and active, so when I saw the yoga/tai chi mat from Roawenwood
at The Home Show 2015
, I was pretty happy. I’ve never found a yoga mat in SL that I was really happy with, but this one is definitely up there with my favorites. I decided to wear items from a couple of current male-focused events to to today’s stretching. My hair is brand new from Tableau Vivant
and the pants are from Apple May Designs
, both at The Men’s Dept
which just opened yesterday. The sunglasses from Meva
and necklace from [Pumpkin]
are both from Men Only Monthly
, which opened in late April, but I haven’t had a chance to blog either item yet. Have a great rest of your Wednesday!
Pants | Apple May Designs
Gym Pants (Red) (at TMD
Sunglasses | Meva
April Aviators (at Men Only Monthly
Necklace | [Pumpkin]
Composite Necklace (colors) (at Men Only Monthly
Hair | Tableau Vivant
Ors Hair (Naturals 1) (at TMD
Eyes | IKON
Sovereign Eyes – Fjord
Skin/Applier | Tableau Vivant
Alyx (tone 7)
Body/Hands/Feet | #TheMeshProject
Deluxe Male Body
Body Hair | #TheMeshProject
Ears | AITUI
Gen 4 Naked
Pose/Yoga Mat | Roawenwood
Canvas Yoga & Tai Chi Mat (at The Home Show 2015
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Tonight's presentation brings you the second installment featuring items for Round 3 of
A Tattered Page.
ATP is a quarterly Second Life event based on a book. A real book...not a movie! The book used for inspiration, everyone involved had to read the story and interpret it with their designs/blog posts.The exclusive items designed by the participating designers will be available at their stores and the ATP Library between March 7th - 31st.
This round is centered around 20,000 leagues under the sea by Jules Verne written in 1870. It is regarded as one of the greatest sci-fiction novels of its time because if you think about it submarines were just being first explored and developed in 1868. So that was cutting edge technology back then and many of the things that Jules Verne wrote about actually came to be true.
While doing my research on 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea I discovered that many of the translations of the story that exist today do not adequately represent the story.… Read the rest
What brought the curious fauna to the library window of the Nautilus? There was always some sealife in sight, possibly just passing by, possibly trying to figure out what the great metal beast really was.
Did they find the bizarre instruments and objects rare treasures, like the items humans hunt from the bottom of the sea, things that to the sealife are perfectly common and unimportant?
Or were they there to gaze at their captured kin, forever taken from them in their tiny display cells, locked away from the world, all for science?
Or perhaps they were there to say hello, to greet the prisoners and to try and communicate with the strange metal beast, to see if it’d release what it took. Sadly, no matter how well they fluttered and shifted, Nautilus never replied.
A Tattered Page
is still diving deep in the oceans with Captain Nemo, this round is focused on 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
by Jules Verne. You can find all the items in the post from A Tattered Page Library
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