… paved, small garage slotted underneath Temple of TILE, and I *still* have 110 prims to play with. Is this truly some kind of rule??
New version Gallery Jack created in Teepot, directly underneath the Temple of TILE there. Quite small — I’ll have to rotate the 60 collages that are suppose to be a part of its, er, permanent collection in groups of 3, or 20 per exhibit. To start we have a combo of Rose Hill and Hidalgo series. Some grass pokes out from the floor in places but that most likely can’t be helped… lends character to the place we’ll say.
Let me go inworld and take a couple of pictures for the blog. Unless you want to speak first, Hucka D.?
Alright I’m off to this so-called Second Lyfe.
Baker Bloch stands in front of the entrance to Gallery Jack, which circles around and through the subway rooms already in place here to exit in the foreground. Pretty interesting space…
The west room features brownish tile walls with wood plank floors of approx. the same color. The east room is mostly the same.
Nice view up the walls of the towering Temple of TILE from a roof window.
The middle room retains much of the subway grunge character from whence it evolved. Here we have the end of the Rose Hill series (left) juxtaposed with the start of the Hidalgo series (right) in moving from west to central rooms of the gallery.
Looks like the gallery picture tour ends there. Hucka D.?
We better be short tonight.
Looks like the new neighbors are developing some exciting stuff to the east of me, Hucka D.
Suburbs. Sprawl. Great!
Shouldn’t be a problem, of course. If I get tired of Teepot I can always go back to Pietmond. I think.
Yes. Shouldn’t be a problem.
Teepot appears basically finished anyway, Hucka D. Probably should shift focus back on Carrcass-6.
Yes. Think of Gong, though.