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Me Sew Sexy

This post originated @ Sheep Clouds.


Glad to see you again :) 

Me sew Sexy released blouse outfit for FAD Fashion event 3rd.
I really want to tell you how much real texture Me sew sexy’s… but its very hard by picture. 
so i really hope you to get and to look it. 

FAD Fashionイベントでは各ラウンドで販売されているモノを買って、SSを撮るフォトコンテストも行っています。
方法は簡単!FlickerのFAD Fashionプールグループに入れるだけです。

FAD Fashion Event Slurl

Me Sew Sexy Slurl

Outfit : *MSS* Joie Blouse blue Outfit @ FAD Fashion
Bag : French Vintage Couture – Emma Bag – Gray

Outfit : *MSS* Joie Blouse red Outfit @ FAD Fashion

and back style!!Sexy!!

Outfit : *MSS* Joie Blouse Green Outfit  /  *MSS* Joie Blouse Fausia Outfit

Thank you for coming here today :) 

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This post originated @ Windlight Magazine.

Saoirse reviews Canary Beck’s personal gallery on the Basilique Sim:
Take some time to stroll in the lovely square in the Basilique Town soon.  Home to the Paradise Lost in Second Life, this area is teaming with details and authentic landscapes of an Italian village nestled in the northern hills of Italy.  Off the square is an emotional tour de force exhibition by artist Canary Beck.

 Outside of the studio, you will hear the ambient sounds of birds, a nearby coffeehouse, even a dog barking in the distance.  Step inside the studio a powerful and intimate portrayal adorns the walls.  The artist has music playing in the background that is both haunting and purposeful.  if you are familiar with either the French song “Ne Me Quitte Pas” by Jacques Brel or the English song “If You Go Away” by Rod McKuen you might imagine the lyrics following you around the gallery as I did during my visit.  Female nude in black and white, sepia and blue black, that female being our artist.
This is a show of vulnerability and strength.  The artist spent a couple months taking photographs with only the model and a bare white platform.  What is most noticeable to me when viewing these pieces is the sharp and absolute darkness cast upon the face.  The face, her window to her soul, is not revealed to us…but is it?  I see glimpses of her hair, the line of her forehead emerge around this darkness in some pieces.  I feel it shows a survival of some kind with a hard and a long personal battle.  I remain a lover of light and shadow, this exhibit has that in each display.  In the lyrics the singer is asking “do not leave me”, and the lyrics suggest something happened to make one lover leave, and the singer wants to move forward promising many things if you “do not leave me”.
Two pieces I found particularly captivating are “The Good Is Gone From Goodbye” and “Leave Me Enough Love To Fill Up My Heart”.  The gallery pieces have backgrounds that vary from light to dark at times gradient.  In these pieces there is a bit of color on her from a side view, her hands are in complex motion of perhaps struggle.  The lines on “The Good Is Gone From Goodbye”  are sharp and crisp.  Next to it, with her back to us and slightly less hand movement, the view becomes slightly subltly harder to see especially near her waist.  “Qui not vu deux fois leurs coeurs s’embracer” [English ‘Who has not seen their hearts embraced’] is a beautiful and a sad portrait.  Eyes darkened to her breast bone, closed expression with her arms.  The face looks out pleading for understanding as if to let us know we have all felt this way and it is raw.
You don’t have to be an artist to appreciate her work, it speaks universal tones.  Enjoy the work for the optimism that she clearly develops.  Enjoy her story and see the survivor who created this and shared this with us.  Artfully yours, Saoirse

Have a Seat, Enjoy the Art & High Water in Second Life

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Honour McMillan reviews Morton Funk’s High Water Sim:

Originally posted on Honour's Post Menopausal View (of Second Life):

High Water (moderate)

It’s been one of those days. You want to explore, but your Avatar is tired and those new mesh feet are aching. Fear not!

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Morton Funk’s beautiful sim High Water not only provides a visually stunning backdrop for his art collection, it also includes a wealth of seating options.

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You’ll find an eclectic mix of 2D and 3D works (most of the former float on the waves). Morton has provided small disks next to each piece with a link to the artist’s URL for the curious.

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This is a wonderful collection of objects, easily explored by wading through the shallow water. But, as I said earlier, if those couches and chairs are just too inviting, take a comfortable seat and use your camera. :)

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Necklace: Zibska ~ Tatienne  [Flux Sur Mer]
Tattoo: Inhale ~ Palisades Sleeves  [The Lexi Project]
Hair: Cheveux ~ F071
Beard: Clef de Peau ~ Beard White – TMP applier
Skin: Tableau Vivant ~ Felix – Tone 01 – TMP applier *
Head: TheMeshProject ~ (BETA) Head(m) – Classic (Deluxe)
Body: TheMeshProject ~ (BETA) Deluxe Body(m) with Tableau Vivant ~ Tone 01 – TMP applier
Pose: grafica ~ lazare

© Alyx Aerallo 2015. All Rights Reserved.

Filed under: Fashion, Flux Sur Mer, Grafica Poses, Hair, Second Life Events, The Lexi Project Tagged: Cheveux, Clef de Peau, Grafica Poses, Inhale, Tableau Vivant, TheMeshProject, Zibska

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Vivid Dreams Hunt

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HUNT SL Vivid Dreams HuntHunt Dates: Sep 15 – Oct 15
Application Deadline: Sep 8
Application Site:

Type: Grid Wide Hunt
Region Ratings: Moderate/Adult
Stops: 20+
Hunt Object: Violet Butt Plug (L$ 1 Hunt)
Hunt Theme: Adult content. This can include BDSM, latex, and latex themes. Adult toys, clothing, poses, furniture, etc.

Start: Wintersweet
Web Site:
Contact Person: Niekra Torvalar

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Coming To The Grid: August 1st

This post originated @ HUNT SL.

HUNT SL Coming Soon ClockMore hunt goodness is on the way! A bunch of hunts are due to start on Saturday, August 1st, and you can be the first kid on your block to score some neat hunt prizes. So check the list and see which hunt theme is the one that gets you all “squirmy.” Then call up some friends and blast out onto the hunt path. You’ll be glad you did!

Click the hunt names for more information on each one. You can also find a comprehensive listing of hunts in the right-hand sidebar here at HUNT SL.


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Luxembourg 1867: exploring virtual history in Second Life

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Inara covers the new Luxembourg 1867 Project:

Originally posted on Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World:

The Virtual Pfaffenthal; Inara Pey, July 2015, on FlickrThe Virtual Pfaffenthal, July 2015 (Flickr) – click any image for full size

Currently featured in the Editor’s Picks section of the Destination Guide, The Virtual Pfaffenthal is interesting mix of role-play environment and historical project which crosses over into the real world.

The project – run by the 1867 group founded by Hauptmann Weydert (Weydert), comprises 8 regions, with Pfaffenthal Vauban and Kirchberg being the most developed, although there is much evidence of construction work going on in the other regions. Kirchberg is actually the home of Fort Thüngen, which has been in operation in SL since 2012, and as such may be familiar to some SL residents.

The Virtual Pfaffenthal; Inara Pey, July 2015, on FlickrThe Virtual Pfaffenthal, July 2015 (Flickr)

Eventually, the regions will offer a reproduction of the fortress city of Luxembourg as it appeared in the 19th Century, offering a period role-play focused on a specific…

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A Tudor love story in Second Life

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Inara covers the new Tudor Love story exhibition on LEA8:

Originally posted on Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World:

Love, Henry, LEA 8Love, Henry, LEA 8

Now open at LEA 8 is Tahiti Rae’s Love, Henry. Created with the assistance of Sonic Costello, Augurer Resident, Caryl Meredith, Annu Pap, Mitsuko Kytori, Abel Dreamscape, this is an interactive examination of the relationship between King Henry VIII of England and Anne Boleyn, from their courtship to her becoming his wife and Queen Consort, through to events immediately prior to her death just 1,000 days later.

An outline sketch of events would be to say that Henry was bound in childless wedlock to Catherine of Aragon when Anne caught his eye (having in earlier years taken Anne’s older sister, Mary, as one of his mistresses), causing him to desire her to the point of having his marriage annulled so that he might wed her. Thereafter, and unable to provide him with a son and heir, she also suffered a fall from grace…

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How to Create the Orton Effect

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Julie Powell explains how to create “The Orton Effect” via Photoshop:

Originally posted on Julie Powell – Photographer & Graphic Artist:

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I was asked recently what the Orton Effect is, after referring to it in a recent post, it’s funny – not so long ago I was asked if I used the Orton Effect on an image, and I had no idea what that was back then either. However I was too embarrassed and instead of asking for help, I googled it. It has now since become something I love to use, however it is really only suitable in certain situations. But I do love to play around with it and occasionally add a subtle grunge effect to it as well. Below is my take (with a twist) on how I create it. I also have it set as an action in Photoshop, which does it all really quickly for me, but here I have put down the steps involved.

So what is the Orton Effect?


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Oh My Goddess and The Magic Within

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Saoirse reviews Seasons of Life, a new installation in LEA4:

Three letters describe artist Johannas1977’s latest installation in sl…O  M  G!  I was literally breathless when I arrived at the “Seasons of Life” in LEA4 sl.  I have visited this location no less that four times in the past twelve hours just marveling at it in different ways each time.

In this piece, Johannes1977 plunges us into more 3D art and sl art than you can easily absorb in one visit.  I use the word plunge very purposely here as water pervades every part of this project.  You will see rain, gentle waves some with a bit of white spray, misty, still and yet you probably won’t feel damp as you move around.  In the early 1960s artists began to seriously move their art from the canvas to other mediums.  I enjoyed the season divisions yet I won’t tell you which area I believe to be which season.  What most impressed me the first time I visited was the expansiveness of his ideas.  At no point do I feel it is too much or too little.  Make sure you view it with Windlight for maximum enjoyment.

Visit #2; It feels as if I was immersed in the installation from the moment I arrived.  The details items will not be a spoiler here at all.  I continue to be fascinated by the chess pieces, both those standing as well as those knocked over.  I felt the chess set area has a distinctly feminine influence as the queen is the power here.  There are also spots where I notice the reflection of water.  Lighting abounds in this installation as I will recommend you pay careful attention to how he uses it and changes it through out.  In each season, we are provided with one or more framed pieces.  In the colorful season, ok I believe it to be fall, there is a portrait in the corner.  Look for the model as sometimes you are positioned to view her clearly and other times you are not.  On the edge of one season a cube of glorious color is artfully placed.  Is this to change the mood or does it reflect the optimism of the artist?  I love the scattered pieces of items; an apple, a cello, a grand piano, a cage, several mirrors and more.  I find myself troubled looking at the cage, partially submersed in water, how may I open it up?  I travel in the air looking at the umbrellas wondering is there a clue in the colors he picked here?  And then my eyes land upon an exposed tree root [tree is gone] rising out of the water.  The flowers in this area some are tulips some are cone flowers, and the lighting is here again diffused and muted.

Visit #3; I stand at our arrival point, looking at the umbrellas in the distance.  The lightning is omnipotent, the Bowler Hat askew ever so slightly.  I fly to the other side looking back towards the entry and notice only black umbrellas are near the portrait created in disturbed colors of red, yellow-green and black.  A silhouette stands near stacks of books and candles are lit with dancing light in the foreground.  I fly to what I call ‘summer’ and see the exposed roots rising above the water.  Seasons are change, and I wonder what I am seeing here, perhaps pain or regrowth from pain?  The frog and the ‘shrooms give me a feeling of falling through the looking glass here which is exactly what has happened.  Reality is upended in a uniquely sl way and in full glorious 3D.  The portraits of the models look stately and as if lost in time and change.  Flying beyond the wall of summer I see an endless sea with shimmering light.  I turn and find myself in the winter of…discontent?  Today I feel the main pieces are kings and the one standing has won the game.  The snow swirls around me, and I realize I need to tell all the ambient sounds are in place and where they should be as you visit.  In the winter portion there is a portrait where it seems our artist has had a bit of play with low resolution.  Hint folks; not his first play with resolution and always fun.  I fly a bit more to the fall again, the portraits here have the most play in them.  Ripples and the movement you see when you drop something into water.  The bench, cello and streetlights upturned here.

Visit #4; I remain unsure at how I can best review this installation for all of you.  This is a piece of art to visit more than once, see what feelings it evokes in you.  One person told me they saw desolation and another said optimism.  I will point out something that is telling to me.  SL art has a tradition of including one or more self portraits.  There is no portrait of our artist beyond the work itself.  To me that says there is a true vulnerability in this work.  And in giving us this exposure he is allowing us to see his art in a true and an honest form.  I know you will enjoy this…Artfully yours, Saoirse

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