Word has it that Gacha machines are going away at the end of August. Blogger W. James Au has a good summary about what’s going …
We’re opening a gacha buyback shop where people can sell their gachas, which Elissa is going to manage. I’m making a sign for the new …
There’s not much to say about this. It’s a Snackbar. It’s the second oldest building on our property. It’s one of our favorites, and we’re taking it out tonight.
On our real life porch we have a few decorative stained glass star lamps hanging on the wall. I was starring at one the other day and couldn’t help trying to figure out how I would model it in Blender. I’m still somewhere on the learning curve, where this would be a pretty decent challenge.
After a long day listing dozens and dozens of Marketplace listings, Wikiwoo relaxing with some redecorating.
Several months ago we outgrew our 8,192 sqm main area (plus the remote stores). We waited for a rental to open up adjacent to our land, and a few weeks ago one finally did. Now we’re up to 12k sqm (plus some).
Sometimes I switch to wireframe mode to see how objects are built. The effects can be pretty cool.
Imagine my shock when I opened a Reddit post entitled “Finding Bargains at Gatcha Resellers” and immediately recognized one of Wikiwoo’s shops!
Ok, this was probably very simple for experienced Second Life scripters, but for me I haven’t scripted in SL in years, and even then wasn’t that great. The fact that I cobbled this together is a small miracle, and thought I would pass this on.