21 December 2012

The End of The World - Or Just A Badly Dressed Guy?

Its December 21st and surely everyone wonders what might happen on this date. Will the world end? And if it does: How will it happen?
I have exclusive - and pretty shocking - footage from the Japanese capitol Tokyo showing us that the end is currently happening!!!

Taffzilla rampaging in Tokyo!

Oooh wait... thats actually Taffy!
If you wonder what happened to this poor fella: it might be that this outfit went somehow into his #RLV folder and somehow got attached in some way...

Building the city skyline around him was a pretty simple but fun copy-and-paste job. And the results are really fabulous.

Taffzilla in daylight. Please note the slippers!

I think he was stepping on an investment banker or two.

Coming soon: Taffzilla in widescreen!

Approaching his role with the seriousness it deserves, Taffzilla spent lots of time rehearsing with the instructional videos of his idols:

Click me!

and me!

From all the world-end-scenarios the uprise of Taffzilla is the one I would definitely prefer. I'm sure however that the Mayas simply ran out of paper when writing down their calendar ;-)

I wish every Drow, Human and whatever else a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

8 December 2012

The Great And Seedy Zindra Bike Tour - Part 12

Perhaps I should change the name to Pony-Tour, since lately I definitely prefer the happy clip-clop of pony-hooves the deep growling of a bike engine. And this even despite not liking real horses at all!
Pony-girls are just much more pleasant: sexy, less smelly, shiny latex-covered curves, a nice amount of straps and buckles to manipulate and they are certainly more clever than every horse I have met!

After having the role of the pony last time, this episode sees me in the drivers seat again with Emma and Luvia pulling.



As usual the tour continues where we stopped last time and after a short cross-country intermezzo I spotted something which was either bad building or massive soil erosion:

If you are not sure if you are in RL or SL: views like this should help you tell.

Once you made it inside though it looks not that terrible. The ponies did wait nicely outside of course.

Purple pony! Taffy joins in.

 The cart has of course room for several passengers:

Always a little scary to see an adjacent sim disappearing. Let's hope no drows or ponies were on it as it went down.

We didn't came far as Tony (Taffy + Pony = Tony) had a little issue we had to fix on the road. He needed a bigger plug for his tail:

"Let Dr. Some have a look..."

"Don't squirm so much, Tony!"

On the road! Emma and Luvia pulling proudly.

Unlike most of the mainland areas in SL this part of Zindra looks quite acceptable if not stylish.

It really wasnt a monotonous ride. There was even a monorail!

And so many photo opportunities.

Which are good for so many different angles.

Smile for the camera, Tony!

Now this store ad looks ace, or ass?

The secret of good photography is finding interesting perspectives.

This looks quite like the Mall in Washington D.C.

I also picked up a passenger.

Lovely designed landscape. You won't notice its actually the seedy Zindra-continent...

If there weren't a reminder here and there ;-)

One last photo of our three happy ponies!

Quite extensive post this time as the tour was really pleasant and fun! The Route this time did lead straight from Raelma to Wenderley, where I found a parcel where I can rezz a cart for continiuing the ride. The route is really worth taking a look!

3 December 2012

Switching Aftermath

Going through my snapshots-folder I found to my delight that I have taken more pictures during switching than I was aware of.

The following selection gives a nice overview about the activities of the recent (almost) 2 weeks of my holiday:

Some on all 4s: Petplay had a prominent role.

At Dark Wishes: Emma even made mittens for me :-)

Part of petplay is of course extensive cuddeling. Well for us at least.

I was a very happy pet!

We also had our share of exploring. Here with a Zeppelin at the shores of Bay City. If you look close you can see me falling off from the ship in lag!

Two stranded aviators, or: how really tough and serious D/s looks like.

Another nice activity: Posh dancing at The Rose Theater, one of SL's finest concert venues.

It is important for me to point out that for me BDSM and especially D/s isnt something to happen only in dark dungeons or bedrooms. Its a lifestyle and mindset. Something which simply happens and is present at any time and any place. Trust plays a big role. And of course empathy.

26 November 2012

The Great And Seedy Zindra Bike Tour - Part 11

After working on my planes quite intensively over the last weeks it's been time for some holiday again, well Some-holiday ;-) And holiday for me means usually switching for a while. So I gave myself in the kind but firm hands of my lovely sub and partner Emma and things went slightly - pony...

*totally agrees to the sign on the cart*

The tour continued where I stopped last time. Again in latex, seems to be a returning theme for me.

Yes, I know: authentic pony bridle missing..

Not far from our starting location we found a japanese-themed place.

They are never complete without pagoda ;-)

Alas, the place was pretty empty; and I don't mean zen-minimalism. Perhaps it wasn't finished yet.
A few meters further we discovered a castle:

Since the castles all look quite the same I made some pictures of Mistress Sunshine and me instead.

Orders a "Pony Walker Red Label"

"I'm not compensating."

I could also prove that the pony cart does well off road, maybe not perfectly though.

Back on the road we discovered an abandoned doll factory. The three letter-word-sign at the entrance gave us also a slight hint of what to expect (RLV, not the other word!)

After passing several entrance tunnels through my skillful handling of the ponycart we made it inside...

...just to get grabbed by devices of varying evilness.

It was quite fun and definitely something different to the usual trap places.

Too bad our excursion into the factory went so fast. I would really have liked more of these little mean traps. Anyway, later on I got a suiting head harness and Mistress Sunshine could convince our friend Taffy to - volunteer:

Ok, I admit the tag "bike tour" is a bit misleading *shrugs and pulls her cart*

18 November 2012

A Really Early Bird: Morane-Saulnier "Bullet"

Morane-Saulnier Type N "Bullet"

The Morane-Saulnier Type N, nicknamed "Bullet" because of its streamlined design, was one of the first airplanes used for combat.
It was used by the allies to counter the "Fokker Scourge" caused by the notorious Fokker Eindecker (monoplane) in 1915.

Like the Fokker Monoplane it was equipped with a fixed machine gun firing through the arc of the propeller. However, unlike the Fokker it didn't had a synchronizing mechanism. Instead deflecting metal wedges were mounted at the propeller to prevent it from being shot off.

The Morane was used by early aces like Jean Navarre, Roland Garros and Eugène Gilbert, who called his plane "Le Vengeur" (The Avenger).

The Morane Bullet is a real eye-catcher and piece of aeronautical history!

 Morane-Saulnier Type N "Bullet"

The Bullet comes in two historic versions: One with the markings of the French Aéronautique Militaire and one in the colours of the British Flying Corps.

Features of the Replica:
  • Realistic, low-lag flight script
  • TCS combat support
  • Animated propeller and rotary engine
  • Realistic engine sounds
  • Highly detailled with realistic textures

 Me and my Morane having a break somewhere at Blake Sea.

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