I’ve noticed that builders seem to have fun in Second Life. Take Kiff & Dina for example, they have built a world that just beckons to be discovered. They call it the Junkyard, but it’s really well designed and each element of that world shows immagination and attention to detail. I’ve only begun to develop building skill, but this kind of thing must be what drives friends like Magi, Aynnie and Hart and many others.

The other day when I was exploring Thor’s work on kaliedosopic technology, he had taken the time to show me his workshop. A workshop seemed a good idea to me, but I was very low on prims, so I had to search around and rethink some things. While I was searching for prims I found a piece of jewelry that Suzuki had carelessly left on the floor (20 prims worth). It’s funny, I was mad at her, that lazy girl. (Ok, for anyone who has stumbled into this blog for the first time, Suzuki is my alt, so getting mad at her is soooo psychotic because she is me.) I also packed up my new chess set which is no big deal becasue I can always pull it out when I want to use it.

Ok, kkkk, long story short, I scrounged up a bunch of prims and I built a little workshop.

I’m not sure what I’m going to do with this workshop, but it feels like a step in the right direction.

Regardless of my next building project, I’ve also decided that I want to do some scripting. So far, I’ve done all my scripting work by sense of smell, meaning that LSL language is very easy to equate with other languages I’ve worked with and therefore very easy to just fiddle around with to create the effects I want. But lately, I am being drawn into the details of the language and learning it’s features and functions. Perhaps this will be my next big pixelated adventure.

About Yordie

I'm a blogger and photographer on WordPress. I'm active on Twitter. I'm a U.S. Air Force veteran. I'm a gamer in Fallout series, Skyrim, and other games, including an avatar in Second Life. I wrote the sci-fi novel, The Temporal Expeditions.
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