Stömol: Official trailer released


Originally posted on What the Huck?:
The official trailer for Stömol got its debut on New World Notes this week. Long-term SL commentator and author, Wagner James Au, described the movie there as “among the most ambitious Second Life-related projects I’ve seen in years.” If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out below or…

2019: Exploring, Parties, Fantasy Faire and Stömol!


Two days left of this decade! And as it goes, there are a lot of shows on television looking back at 2019 – so I got some inspiration to look back at my 2019 too! I have not been that active in blogging, not at all even…but that doesn’t mean I have not been in…

Hobbiton


Being an elf in Second Life, I always have a weak spot for magical and whimsical places, so when my friend Zephira (Gidgette.Adagio) told me about her sim – her first ever – and seeing some of the wonderful images on Flickr, I knew I would love it! Hobbiton, is a great photogenic place, described…

Location in the Spotlight: Knightfall


Originally posted on SL Blogger Support:
It has been too long since I’ve posted about a blogger- and photographer friendly location, but that does not mean there are none! On the contrary, new locations still pop up and in this time of year lots of other locations are changing to the new season – making…

Faire Folk, there be Dragons


Most of my online time I now spend on the Fairelands, enjoying the scenery, the parties and…looking at visitors strolling by, also referred to as ‘Faire Folk’. A huge diversity in looks and outfits, humans, elves, dwarfins and….dragons! I managed to catch some on tape, as you know Dragons are really shy and they usually…

Sakura in Tatakai Tochi


The famous Cherry Blossoming is in full swing, in Japan an amazing sight. I’ve never experienced this in real life, though we do have lots of Cherry Blossom trees (Sakura in Japanese)  overhere, it is not uncommon to have a few nasty storms the moment the blossoming has started, thus making it a mere 3…

Rebeca Bashly’s Chronophobia


It has been a while since I tried to produce an SL machinima, but yesterday I felt in the mood and wanted to do a blogpost with a video. And what better topic than Rebeca Bashly’s art installation on Split Screen, ‘Chronophobia’. I always love Rebeca’s work and this piece is no exception, though it…

Maison de L’Amitie


As usual, in this time of year, there are dozens – if not dozens of dozens – winter themed sims with snow and all sorts of Holiday decorations and activities. I find it therefore not so easy to explore real nice ones, although I am sure there are lots of them. Also, I’d rather not…

SL12B, What Dreams May Come


Hard to miss, but in case you did: this weekend SL12B opened, 15 regions filled with resident-made expositions to celebrate Second Life’s 12th Anniversary. From the press release: Spanning 15 regions with over 200 exhibits and more than 600 performers, disk jockeys and speakers, SL12B is a showcase for the accomplishments and content of all…