Y’know, sometimes what I love best about Second Life is the way that mad eccentricities, crazy ideas and concepts that just couldn’t possibly exist in the real world can be actualised at the drop of a hat.
For example, floating islands. You know, like the ones in ‘Avatar’? well they’re ten a penny in Second Life, and range from teeny tiny to huge all-sim encompassing floating masses of tundra. They’re ACE.
Sienia Trevellion, of Agent Orange, has contributed to the latest round of ‘Spruce Up Your Space’ with a floating island that’s accessible to practically all of (virtual) us, and it doesn’t require too many prims or too large a parcel to set up.
She’s called it ‘Sleepy Island’, because it’s an island for sleeping upon, natch. It’s also rather beautiful with whimsical decoration including a selection of interactive hanging lanterns to illuminate this secret snuggle spot and a huge cloud-like tree to shelter you, under which you’ll find a blanket with pillows for you and a loved one to cuddle up on and enjoy the view. My advice? Explore some of the lighting settings, rez this high in the sky so you can’t be disturbed, and spend your Saturday night high above the clouds with someone that you love.
In this case, it was me and a bunny:)
Check out all the worthy ‘Spruce Up Your Space’ lovelies by clicking HERE and get your Lindens ready because they’re all rather superb:)
Sleepy Island part of ‘Spruce Up Your Space’ and created by Sienia Trevellion
Control glow and light on tree and lanterns
Fits a 10×10 space
2 sleeping poses