Hello from my Stilt swamp! My favorite thing about my little Stilt home is the sand everywhere. The next Linden Home theme is most likely something “fantasy” to tie in with Second Life’s latest live-action commercial and SL18B theme, but I’m still hoping for desert sand with tents and camels.Continue reading
It’s no secret that I’m very picky with my skin preferences. I rarely deviate from favorites, and even within the favorites, I rarely ever deviate from skin tone or eyebrow color. So, now that Pink Fuel isn’t supplying me with my skin addiction fast enough, I’ve had to branch out to other brands. I sometimes wear Lara Hurley, but even that brand isn’t keeping up with the LeLutka powerhouse! You blink, and there’s a new head. You blink, and there’s a whole new EvoX thing, that renders all of the old classic/BoM skins obsolete.Continue reading
I use to think that Campers were the worst theme. They only came with half the prims, half the land, and some random claustrophobic horse trailers. But I’ve recently changed my mind about campers… cos Chalet is now the worst theme. I’ll write about Chalets in another post, so let’s turn our attention back to campers.Continue reading
I have some news to share! As some of you may know, I’m a huge Linden Homes enthusiast. I have had one or a few of each theme type. Since Chalet homes have been released, I can finally tell you guys what has been happening with my Linden homes.
Several weeks ago, I noticed random landscaping objects got returned from my homes, followed by a notification email from Linden Lab. I re-read the covenant and found two rules that may have been ‘broken’:
*Objects that extend outside of your parcel can be returned without warning or notice.
*“Off region” decorations extending from your parcel are not allowed.
As far as I know, I have never done off region decorations, so they may have an issue with some things extending SLIGHTLY outside of the parcel boundaries. The object in question was in no way anchored off the lot, just pushed out a bit so it blended better with the surrounding rocks.Continue reading