27 October 2011

Air Assault!

What happens if you have a rather uneventful evening at a hunting-sim but a bunch of wonderfully maliciously and creative people around? You simply make something up! In the best case this "something" leads into a nicely amount of chaos and desolation as it happened these days in shady realms of Twilight Forest.

Fully armed and dangerous: Our proud Zeppelin!

The forest saw its first air assault!

Isn't it a lovely view? Fully armed with 6 hot-shot-hunters (and several victims hanging from leashes below us) this wonderful little Zeppelin did rule the skies over Twilight Forest. Of course it was a piece of perfect team work: Our Mistress - Miss Vic - in command was designating the targets, me - as her "admiral" did the tactical navigation and Emma did steer the ship skilfully and with great calamity.

Emma Sunshine: A lovely sub and dedicated airship pilot. (Snapshot taken by Martine Lightfellow - Thanks for sharing!)

Yes, I admit the use of vehicles (and especially huge flying ones) is violating every combat-rule you can think of. But no-one got hurt (at least not too much) and a healthy amount of insane fun prevents you from taking things too seriously. And before you ask: Of course we don't play Gor - and we are proud of that!

Anyway: The outcome of our adventure was pretty pleasing and surely wont be the last mission our Zeppelin will do. We stirred a way too quiet sim nicely up and as our prey began to launch their own air-fleet (consisting of a bondage blimp and a flying carpet) even a nice aerial battle broke out. Let's see where it will show up next time... perhaps above your head?

Thanks Emma for getting this piece of real Mad Drow Science! ;-)

18 October 2011

From Prison to Art-Gallery ...And More

Seems my coverage about the RR-Prison left an impression. Lady Karenjane Walworth, prison-warden and owner of the Walworth Estate has opened an exhibition featuring my prison-pictures - wow!!!

As you might see I had no idea when I took that picture that will make it being an advertisement for an exhibition!

The Gallery is located at the promenade and is easily to reach using the Teleporter Platform at the Entrance.

Not part of the prison exhibition but also very nice. Some sensual paintings from Lady Walworth's private collection.

While being there Lady Walworth also showed me her latest addition to her place. A Feminization station. And yes: it does exactly what its name implies. Time to put my Mad-Scientist-Labcoat on and have a look! ;-)

Lady Walworth put lots of efforts in to provide her patients with some nice free clothes for their "new Second Life" ;-)

A well worked out step-by step procedure. Of course the stains on my coat are not from here...

Recommended by Dr. Some: a cute and capable colleague.

So if you know somebody who is interested in changing his gender or you want to experience it by yourself feel free to contact Lady Walworth and have a look at her clinic!

5 October 2011

The Looking Glass by Marcus Inkpen

One of the artists in SL who touch me most with their beautiful strange visions is Marcus Inkpen (aka Matthew Root in the analogue world). Perhaps you are familiar with his "No Sound" installation at Utopia04, a wonderful picturesque city-tower I have discovered in summer 2010. Too bad it is gone now but his current project The Looking Glass is at least as enchanting.

One of the first impressions the visitor gets: the view from the main street up to the museum.

The Theater: a classy background for a classy Drow.

Big plus: Shops which actually look like shops!

 Besides houses and landscaping- accessoir you can also find sone very good looking outfits there.

Outside of the picturesque town many wonders are waiting for the curious visitor. Best you just stroll around a bit and let the atmosphere charm you.
I took the path to the museum first before going cross country:

Outside the museum: Even a broken clock shows you the correct time twice a day!

From surreal to sexy - selected Paintings.

The bridge leading away from the museum is a reminiscence to Mark's "No Sound" project. It suits in well to the overall composition, doesn't it?

I'm sure I haven't discovered all sights which are waiting at The Looking Glass. Its a place where you really can spend hours there without getting bored. Check it out!