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Tag: The Little Branch

// deserted town //

I enjoy building town at my sim, I had created few scene to represent a town. Let me show you some of them ….. The same as the picture above, I build it in the sky using mostly items created by Unkindness & 7madravens, scroll all the way to the bottom for credit and important information about this scene …

// Sunset //

Unkindness released a new set of Concrete Jungle for Epiphany, I am featuring one of the rare off sim building as part of this set. I know there will be more things I can create out of this set. Now let’s see what I can come up with this here …

// trust in yourself //

The more we listen to what others said especially about how we do things, the more we are going to be confused. My best advise is, believe in ourselves, listen to our inner sight and have trust on it. It is not easy, especially when we are dealing with creative works in Second Life. People taste are vary, how they appreciate works are different, we can be easily demotivated with all these. However if your real passion is creating beautiful things in Second Life this will not kill our drives at all. We will go beyond this. Our satisfaction comes from the work we do, we can access it ourselves and feel the joy of it. When we enjoy what we are doing, we are unstoppable!

// sunshine … //

I fall in love instantly with this gorgeous set by Belle Epoque available at The Chapter Four now. This is a gacha set, click here to see the gacha key for it. and click here for the chapter four venue which will be opened until the 20th of this month.

// Decision … //

I am so used of making decision so quick and face the consequences alone. Living abroad away from the family when you are young teach you all this. I had been living overseas since I was 19, I hardly came back and live with parent actually. So a lot of things I had to decide alone in life. Until i got married i have my husband helping me on making some of the decision, i have been slowing down since then. my decision making getting small and no longer that important like what must i cook for today, is it time for hair cut etc. That is why I deliberately enjoy my freedom in SL on making decision. I make decision here lavishly, I have nothing to loose because at the end of the day we are all can log off and go hiatus for a while and come back when we want to. I love being totally independent here.

// my little thrift shop … //

When I was a student in US I used to pick up or collect those stuffs that thrown out on the road by neighbor, it could be table, chair or even old TV :p And I love going around to find thrift shop especially when one season is finished. Buying some nice vintage coat that looks so cool or even shoes, bags, accessories etc. Those are good deal for a foreign student like me with small pay check earned bi-weekly on top of tips :p

// Trompe Loeil, keke, The Little Branch, BackBone, DIGS and DaD Design//

There are so much joy working on this set. My imagination went wild between the mood for sahara desert or some tropical hang out somewhere in Bali. There is no stopping when you actually having fun on what you are doing, what matter the most is the satisfaction of doing a job well-done, the rest after that is no longer priority. I remember one friend told me, each one of us who work on creative dimension in second life is actually brought forward an entertaining touch to our audience, as blogger we are hoping more than just that, we hope that our work can inspire other to actually do it or try it out themselves. We want our audience to experiment the same, that is why we share all the secret recipe on creating a scene and where to get it. Again and again, I keep telling myself, my job as blogger is to promote the brand, it is all about the brand, it is never about myself.

// The Annex, Essenz, PewPew!, Unkindness,The Little Branch, Tres Chic, The Arcade, Creator Collection Box and The Chapter Four//

I enjoy making background in Second Life including this little sky town I crafted since sometimes ago. I see so many new photo background came around the grids, I adore them too, but once a while I love to go back to this set I crafted. They are on my rezzer so I can derez them when I don’t need them and rez them at anytime I need it. I love the city feel on my picture, I guess cause I am a city girl by all mean. I grow up and live through my life in the city. I am featuring many little details here from new releases around the grid. Let’s list them one by one ….

// The Arcade, random.matter, keke and the little branch//

Have you seen Angkor Wat yet? It is somewhere in Cambodia, in Asia. It is a very ancient temple that is still active today. We need to get on the boat to reach this place. I just love the magnificent feeling when we are actually there. These huge banyan or strangling trees gave me an eerie magical feeling. I think that was the thing that hit me to work on this set for few of the arcade collections which is coming very soon. I would imagine a wedding set or a romantic vintage chic western dinner set somewhere in between these banyan trees.

// PewPew!, Little Branch,Sallie, Meva,#EMPIRE, Creator Collection Box, Chez Moi and Lost&Found//

I do love animation, the beautiful pixels, beautiful imagination on those animation movies, they bring me to wonder and the fantasy world, be it the story of a dragon, a mermaid, a fairy or just beautiful life of human being or animals. That is why I love Second Life so much, can you imagine everyday you are seeing these beautiful pixels right in front of your screen just like the raw shot i took up there while working on this post.

// collaboration work with June Fallon //

It is such an honor to be able to work together with June Fallon to set up this scene. I adore June for many reasons, her creativity, her discipline on blogging, her open minded and our daily chat in between our blogging activities. We blog almost the same stuffs in SL, so to blog together is really a BIG plus for us, we can cover so many sponsors in one post. And click here to see her flickr and here for her blog.