...and busy it is! If you thought Christmas time is the most busy time of the year, well you're wrong. Even life in second life is pretty busy. Lots of nice events to visit and lots of things to see... Continue Reading →
Thanks Inara Pey and Bernhard Drax for this wonderful post about my sisters. It sends me on a beautiful path down memory lane when my dad was still alive. In one way you made it clear to us that he didn’t really passed away, he is still among us living in memory in second life. Thanks again for this amazing tribute to my dad!
Dangarnon, The Spires of Andolys, Hope’s Horizon – for anyone who loves Relay for Life of Second Life, these are the names of places which brought to life the three ems, each of them being mythical, mystical and magical. They are also places designed by sisters Jaimy Hancroft and Eowyn Swords, who together form Death Row Designs (DRD), featured in The Drax Files World Makers #42, released on Friday, December 16th.
For those who don’t attend Fantasy Faire, Jaimy, Eowyn and DRD are perhaps better know through their participation in gacha (or gatcha if you prefer) events, such as The Arcade. Through these, their items have also gained popularity in public and role-play regions. Their broken Ferris wheel, for example, can frequently be found as one travels across the…
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The Arctic Express Hop on the train and relax with friends en route to the North Pole! You can also put on some skates, get some hot cocoa and enjoy the snow. Visit in Second Life Source: Jolly Holiday Crawl... Continue Reading →
A big thank you goes out to JeffGoodnight for posting such a wonderful Photo-stream of my sisters train. Thanks for making the Arctic Express look so beautiful!
These 5 shots are from the “DRD Arctic Express” build located on the “Moonlight Sonata” sim. The Arctic Express itself is reason enough to visit and provides some great picture opportunities for those that love winter, trains, and the spirit of the “Arctic Express.”
I hope you enjoy the pictures below and, as always, the SLURL is included at the bottom of this post.
Visit this location in Second Life by clicking here: DRD Arctic Express