Monthly Archives: June 2011

light and shadow

Wow. Love those light and shadow effects in the new SL viewer. Lots of fun to play around with, and the results are smashing. Just shot a new comic strip using them for the first time, and voila! Vanilla came … Continue reading

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full circle

By Chrome Underwood Strange how things happen. I had been asked to move my studio and gallery to make room for a So-Cal college consortium that was about to join the Santa Barbara City College education community inworld, and since … Continue reading

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on the road (again)

By Mick Brady Writing a memoir is like climbing the Matterhorn. It’s a hell of a long haul to get to the top,  but when you do, you get to sit around the campfire and tell all yer wildest of … Continue reading

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start spreading the news

By Quintessential Flux An exciting moment for me, actually: finally made it into the comic strip, and all it took was a few choice musings on the term “meme”, a word originally coined by Richard Dawkins in his book The … Continue reading

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in living colour: Fiona Leitner

By Persia Bravin Dutch artist Fiona Leitner is a woman who glorifies colour in her work. Her exuberant, vivid, and usually massive canvases feature multi-layered composite snapshots of SecondLife™ locations and sculptures which are almost rendered unrecognisable due to heavy … Continue reading

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