26 April 2012

The Red Baron On Exhibit!

A few days ago I got a request from a customer to make a no-script version of the Fokker Triplane. I gladly did accept of course - just to learn that my plane is part of an exhibition!

What a beauty! And the Triplane looks great too.

Theme of the exhibition is "Human Spirit".

The museum features an eclectic mix of human creativity from airplanes to classical paintings, religious themes, nude art, music...

I hope I'm not sitting on a piece of art now.

Ok, I guess now I am.

I give the Wright Flyer rather little odds against the Fokker.

The exhibition is really worth a look - and not only because of the Red Baron ;-)

Check it out!

24 April 2012

Flying Trees? Even Lindens Are Buying My Planes!

I have to admit, I was pretty floored finding out that Rodvik Linden did buy a Sopwith Camel from my store. And since he did post a snapshot of it - why not spreading the news where he got the beauty he is flying? ;-)

Exellent choice, Rodvik. I bet you would look good in a Fokker Triplane too!

19 April 2012

New Steampunk Airplanes!

The recent days saw me in quite a steampunky building-frenzy. New ideas just popped up and wanted to be made real - here are some examples. More is coming soon!

Steampunk Monoplane

A lightweight, flimsy design orientated on the pioneers of flight like the Morane-Saulnier N "Bullet" or the Fokker E.III Eindecker. I like the its simple but very elegant shape. A quick build where just everything did fit together!

I also had some prims left for my Steampunk Airplanes. So I added a second seat and a few details like sculpted propeller and landing gear. I also changed the wing textures and some colours, making it appear much lighter now.

Steampunk Airplane

Steampunk Airplane MK 2

Due to its more simple fuselage the MK 2 Variant offered me even more potential for improvements. So I changed the power transmission from a belt-driven variant to cogwheels. I'm very pleased how it turned out:

And finally I released my Steampunk Globe I too - after I had version II out for about a year. Well I never felt quite happy with it, till I revised it finally these days:

Steampunk Globe I

A very neat addition not only for Steampunk households.

Thats it for now. More new designs will be released soon. I just say that much: I will stay within the theme, but its getting BIG :-)

12 April 2012

Quiet And Useful Subs Wanted? Try The Subshine Gag-Light!

I am proud to announce that Emma has released her first product. And of course its something kinky:

The Gag Light combines kinky bondage with the desire for being a useful sub in a very elegant (and pretty cute) way.

Lovely model, lovely gag (sub not included).

I can't deny having fun when I took this picture. Now everyone can see what a bright sub I have.
The Subshine Gaglight adds a refreshingly different approach to the usual cuffs- and collar-stuff, while being a fully functionable RLV-gag operated via menu. Contrary to other brands the gag uses chat-redirection, so you don't need to type to a certain channel. Just chat as you usually would and your words get automatically garbeled!

Check it out at the Second Life Marketplace!

2 April 2012

The Talking Bane!

Visitors of the Adult BDSM Hub could encounter something special in the recent days: S-1195 - the first talking bane!

Well S-1195 was of course me. After kindly requesting a lockup from Miss Vic I found myself leashed and TP blocked there. With restricted IMs and unable to see names. The first two days I spent forced to be on all four and in Mouselook.

It was an exciting experience to be back in banishment and restraints. A nice breeze of fresh air from the daily routine!

Of course my faithful sub Emma stayed there with me all the time - nicely locked up and leashed too.

The Bane and her sub.

A lovely view: Of course Emma stayed in Mouselook most of the time.

In the four days I stayed at the Hub I had plenty of opportunity to chat with the people there. It is an excellent location with lots of information to learn more about our Lifestyle.

The sign tells no lies. The staff is very friendly and always happy to help new Residents interested in BDSM.

These posts aren't for leashing: They contain Notecards and Landmarks to various BDSM-related topics.

A Light, open and friendly architecture: Who says BDSM has to be dark and gloomy?

However due to the RLV vision restriction my Bane helmet does I wasn't able to enjoy the blue sky, so my sub Emma had to take the pictures for me. Except the one below, which shows how I did experience the world around me:

Banes don't need blue sky. Our vision is tinted in a foggy sepia-tone. Always reminding you of your status. Another pretty thrilling detail!

And no, the dog bowl isn't Emma's. The Hub is not only sub- and bane-friendly but also nice towards Kitties, Ponies and of course dogs:

Can you resist this look? Pup looking for a prospective owner.

No matter if you are new to BDSM and D/s or in the scene for years, you will surely find opportunities for good conversations and lots of information. Check it out!