Archive for September, 2008

29
Sep
08

Musings: “But… where’s the door?!”

“Where’s the door?”

“I can’t get in!”

“How do I add a door?”

These are some of the variants on questions I sometimes get asked about my skyboxes. The answers can be found behind the cut.

Continue reading ‘Musings: “But… where’s the door?!”’

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20
Sep
08

Domicile: Tintable leather armchair

Tintable leather armchair with cushions & poseball – The three armchair styles in the Domicile tintable armchair range (60s, fabric, and leather) are all fully tintable to match your decor. The chairs all contain a certain amount of dark wood (feet in the 60s chair, and feet, back and base in the other two) which will not tint well, but all the chairs are fully modifiable should you wish to change the wood textures. The leather armchairs are 16 prims each.

The poses inside the chairs are no-copy, making the chairs themselves no-copy. For that reason, three chairs are included in each sales pack, which should be enough for most living rooms.

Available for 50L$.

20
Sep
08

Domicile: Tintable fabric armchair

Tintable fabric armchair with cushions & poseball – The three armchair styles in the Domicile tintable armchair range (60s, fabric, and leather) are all fully tintable to match your decor. The chairs all contain a certain amount of dark wood (feet in the 60s chair, and feet, back and base in the other two) which will not tint well, but all the chairs are fully modifiable should you wish to change the wood textures. The fabric armchairs are 16 prims each.

The poses inside the chairs are no-copy, making the chairs themselves no-copy. For that reason, three chairs are included in each sales pack, which should be enough for most living rooms.

Available for 50L$.

20
Sep
08

Domicile: Tintable 60s-style fabric armchair

Tintable 60s-style fabric armchair with cushions & poseball – The three armchair styles in the Domicile tintable armchair range (60s, fabric, and leather) are all fully tintable to match your decor. The chairs all contain a certain amount of dark wood (feet in the 60s chair, and feet, back and base in the other two) which will not tint well, but all the chairs are fully modifiable should you wish to change the wood textures. The 60s-style armchairs are 17 prims each.

The poses inside the chairs are no-copy, making the chairs themselves no-copy. For that reason, three chairs are included in each sales pack, which should be enough for most living rooms.

Available for 50L$.

20
Sep
08

Musings: A return from hiatus

Having taken a few weeks away from building, I’m back in the swing of things.

Last month’s Freebie of the Month (the mini-Arrr!Bor) will remain in the store until the end of September, at which time I will switch it out for a new freebie, so it’s still available to grab if you’ve not snagged it yet.

I’m currently working on a large new skybox: the bigger (40×30) version of the Castle Skybox that so many people seem to enjoy (and which I’ve just realised – horrors! – I haven’t put on this blog!) This larger version is one that I originally built on our home parcel a long time ago, before I learned how to align prims properly, and I’m now re-making it as a sale item. It has three floors, a dungeon, three large split-level rooms with sleeping platforms, and a small kitchen area. Once inside, this fully-enclosed skybox forms an ideal roleplaying or living environment, and will be sold as the Gentleman’s Study set is: in various sets, to include the fully-furnished skybox, skybox alone, furniture alone, and decor alone. There are also several items available in the Gentleman Bastards Mini-Mall that will suit the build extremely well, including my partner’s great low-cost Medieval Hearth/Gorean Servery Beginners Kit, at just 25L$

Look out for this new Castle Skybox both here on the blog, on SLX, and at the store inworld, in the next couple of weeks!