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Halloween at the Silent sim is a fun little neighborhood to go door to door trick-or-treating with a free wearable trick-or-treat bucket with candy (look for it at the landing point), plus a haunted house all from Pizza / octagons Yazimoto.
Update: A really fun video of the sim by Natascha Randt.
The Fairytale Fantasy Hunt runs from September 1st – 30th, 2012.
Look for a sculpted open book (pictured left).
Beneath the Oak Tree, a really nice mushroom house with tree, garden, plus animated water well, scrying rock, and furniture from Mystique. It could also be a nice skybox. Thanks Dreamer!
Hint: I lie in the crystal’s shadow.
Find more participating shops, slurls and gifts on the Fairytale Fantasy Hunt blog.
Update: Here’s a wonderful video of the gift by Natascha Randt.
Click here if the embedded video doesn’t work.
Great SL9B machinima video of the Second Life Ninth Birthday party event by Loki Eliot.
Whether it’s a sight of things you remember or something you missed, it’s such a wonderful video of the exhibits and the SL9B event. Thanks so much Loki for creating the video, and Uccello for the heads up!
Fantastic machinima and song! Pop Art Lab music video contest entry for Giana Factory’s “Pixelated Truth” by Arbit Delacroix.
One of my all time favorite hilarious video creators GnomeAir has come back as SodaLemondrop and is posting videos again! Hip-Hip-Hooray! Check out all of their videos on the channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/SodaLemondrop
Ha ha ha! Too funny!
I am a collector of priceless pixel items too!
There is a hunt to celebrate the release of the Girls in the Sky machinima from January 28th – February 28th 2011. The prizes look great, you can see photos of them on the Japan Dream Kenjin blog.
Some of my favorite gifts from the hunt:
Retro Japanese style table by Kopi, vintage record player and shelf by Ponitee, a music box which creates a pretty sky dome (with swirling textures and music) by Kamikazee Speed Rods.
Flute music instrument by Patrimonio Instruments, steampunk goggles with changeable lenses by Kumaki Glasses Style, and FlutterWing steampunk wings by Yooma Guijin Dou.
If you like machinima, you should check out the Girls in the Sky trailer on the BOSS (clubkenjin Loon) YouTube channel. It’s almost ten minutes long, but worth it, as it’s really well done and beautiful!
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