Ok it’s the little things!!
I can throw stuff.
I don’t have a VR headset and for those that are like me , keyboard and mouse. This is well appreciated in the next step of Sansar.
Now I feel a little more able to participate somewhat and so my next step will be to see if I can shoot a ball in the basket.
Of course something about Drax tidy man cave . A little mess it up moment. Ish!
Shot on location at Toppleton Toy Town and 114 Harvest
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I visited the little house with the Green windows on the hill.
Its kind of like stepping into a colouring book and being part of a fantasy.
Not sure whats behind the green door.
One day I aim to find out.
Still its a nice place to come and talk to people and just find relaxation because its so innocent and sweet.
Shot on location at A house on the Hill by Theanine
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So I had babysitting duty overnight and most of today. So one thing I could do, was let a 2 year old play. Now there were a few moments and I have spared you those, but suffice to say my avatar has been named Bob! That’s his name for Sansarian Isabelle Cheren. Bob!
I was testing out some of the new updates, but am only showing you two today in my own special kind of video way because a tutorial from me is like snow in the Sahara!
I’m so in love with my run! I can run. Now the next thing I would love to do it jump, open doors and dance. (hint, hint Linden Lab )
The other great addiction to the Atlas is now the ability to edit a terrain. This will really make building our experiences so much more individual and fun.
After many years in Second Life, I still am pretty useless as building, but hey we will see.
Now the video….
Filmed on location at Harvest 114 and Namaste
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So I have been asked some questions about Sansar and the experience and how to do things.
Today is the how to do the skybox/windlight or whatever you choose to call it.
I think the whole surrounding is what makes an experience take on its ambiance and so I'm giving just a quick overview on how to do this.
The fun part of it is you can change things as often as you like and save, then when you are ready, publish to the wider community.
I have changed mine twice.
Always remember you can work on your "scene" as much as you like in edit mode and always click save. Once you click save you can then come out of edit mode and what you were working on will be saved in the background, ready for you to go back and tweak a little more. Its once you press publish that the scene then comes alive for all to see. So you can take your time and really create what you want.
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Outfit I am wearing is from Sansar Studios
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