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Tuesday, February 21, 2017


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Carlos Loff

I dont see there anything that coukdn't be done on SL or Opensim, in fact surounding hills have quite better examples on SL and OS, but this is just a visual opinion

Boyd Doghouse

It looks like some of the same models used in the Mole Village in secondlife.

Saffia Widdershins

Actually, I strongly suspect the creator is Kayle (rather than Kayleigh) Matzerath, the very talented creator behind the beautiful Garden of Dreams and the Dreamscenes.

Breeze was indeed first created in Second Life; it was one of the beautiful regions at Fantasy Faire in 2016. You can see some lovely pictures of it here: https://www.flickr.com/search/?text=Breeze%20Fantasy%20Faire.

sirhc deSantis

Nod to ser Widdershins that was what I was reminded of.

The mountains reminded me of unity via kenney (of OGA fame) too. Also a dood worthy for making low poly game stuff :) (will not post link ...)


Nice, but ... is it really something unique? No, it is not. I have seen many places as beautiful in SL only with things from 2 or 3 creators who sell things of nature. Nothing spectacular and unique. Sansar will not be able to supply (at least in the next 5 or 6 years) all the needs of the users that in SL are already satisfied, God ... SL is huge, is bigger than Walmart, JC Penny, Target, Home Deepo And Etc together, how much money do they have now in their inventories? Are they going to lose all that? It would be stupid, it's like being seconds away from rescuing the Princess in Mario and starting over. I am always buying cars, motorcycles, airplanes, boats, new clothes, hair, accessories, etc. I change clothes and accessories of my avatar daily, my wife same, quarterly we change our house, internal and external decoration, and as we there are many users. Who wants to lose everything and start with nothing? Just to see landscapes that in SL already exist? Illogical.

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