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  1. I'm still trying to catch up on lack of rest! It was such a wonderful day, thanks to so many friends, like you. 🥰 Red & Ravyen Daidig with Sceneris @Bellisseria fairgrounds 1.25.2020
  2. Thank you, Karynmaria. It was so beautiful and magical. Here is the full video link, provide by Peetie from SL4live - TV. 🥰
  3. Red & Ravyen Daidig Wedding 1.25.2020 Married at Bellisseria Fairgrounds by Patch Linden (A very special thank you to @Patch Linden, @Peet Auer, @sceneris, @Deloreen, @Dreamer Pixelmaid, @Lillbirdee, @Caella Nitely, @Fenrirmutt, @Mischievious Mole, @LLeufer, @Shamu077 without all your help and dedication to this special day, it never would have happened. You all and our guests made this dream come true for us. Ever grateful to each of you in our hearts. - Love, Red & Ravyen (Cian & Prudence)). |I{•----» Wedding Speech from Patch Linden «----•}I| at the *Wedding of Red & Ravyen* #secondlife Ceremony video done by SL4Live - TV
  4. Here's another tip. If you find a color pallet you like and are looking for some nice colors to blend with it, try this Google app. ColorBlendy. You can find this in your google's app store. chrome-extension://mngmafdcpeeloikhhabijcnddgildokk/index.html
  5. You can also use an online RGB chart to get the numbers from and input them into the panel's window. Often I use Color Cop and pull up color pallets from online, and mouse over it to get the RGB numbers, or in world, if I'm trying to match a wall color say to a sofa or bed color, I'll mouse over that item to get the RGB numbers from it. RGB online charts: https://www.rapidtables.com/web/color/html-color-codes.html https://www.w3schools.com/colors/colors_picker.asp https://color-cop.en.softonic.com/ <- Download Link Color Cop Tutorial - how to use (Thank you @Nika Talaj for the link) https://youtu.be/kTRFZyQWaAo
  6. To a different point, for those unsure about using the lavender exterior house paint on their Victorians, there is this one in Ohio, Cian found. Even I have to admire its beauty.
  7. Sadly some don't realize how to incorporate a widow's walk properly as an addition to a Victorian home. Some widow's walks are practical and can be used to see the view from the height and others are simply ornamental. I don't particularly care for the one in the images above, its an entire 3rd floor in fact and over height limit and feels out of theme, imo. Though I would not mind seeing some nicely done add-ons for the Bellisseria Victorians. The history of the widows walk or captains walk is interesting as well: A widow's walk, also known as a widow's watch or roofwalk, is a railed rooftop platform often with a small enclosed cupola frequently found on 19th-century North American coastal houses. The name is said to come from the wives of mariners, who would watch for their spouses' return, often in vain as the ocean took the lives of the mariners, leaving the women widows. In other coastal communities, the platforms were called Captain's Walk, as they topped the homes of the more successful captains; supposedly, ship owners and captains would use them to search the horizon for ships due in port. However, there is little or no evidence that widow's walks were intended or regularly used to observe shipping. Widow's walks are in fact a standard decorative feature of Italianate architecture, which was very popular during the height of the Age of Sail in many North American coastal communities. The widow's walk is a variation of the Italianate cupola. The Italianate cupola, also known as a "belvedere", was an important ornate finish to this style, although it was often high maintenance and prone to leaks. Beyond their use as viewing platforms, they are frequently built around the chimney of the residence, thus creating access to the structure. This allows the residents of the home to pour sand down burning chimneys in the event of a chimney fire in the hope of preventing the house from burning down. Ornamental widow walk below: Ornamental widow walk below: Practical Widow walk below: Practical Captain's Walk below:
  8. Not sure what you have open in LI for bookcases. 22769 has 3 different styles that are more traditional and would make a lovely library feature in a house. And the LI is reasonable.
  9. Hmm, the only ones I know of that are low LI, are a bit outdated for modern use. But the LI is good and they look nice. 1. https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/DDD-Library-Set/5995918 2. https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/LORE-Bookshelf/8583401
  10. I haven't had any issues with the 'My Color' button feature. But I've not tried the Shelley or the Hardy. Only the Verne and Doyle and I always use the RGB choice, not the palette.
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  12. I have no idea. I have not used the SL viewer since Phoenix Firestorm was first released. Its like speaking a foreign language to me now, trying to navigate my way around it.
  13. NOTE: This is for Firestorm viewers (not sure if SL viewer has this command line) I saw this discussed in the 'Those crazy neighbors' topic and thought I'd make a new thread so its easier to reference. Many were talking about rezzing a prim on the ground, sending it up over the 2000 meter limit then flying up, or you can click on the map and type in your height where you sent the prim to, to arrive faster. BUT there is a MUCH easier way to set up a platform to rez your skybox on. 1. Go to the center of your parcel. Fly up to the height you want over 2000 meters to set your platform up on. A quick way to get up to the height you want is to type in local: gth 2000 (type in any height you want) and you'll automatically be teleported to that height. You might want to be in fly mode first 😁 2. Now, type in local chat: rezplat 3. This will automatically rez a platform to the default size of 30x30. You can go into your Preferences > Chat > CmdLine and change the size to be rezzed on the scale bar from 0 - 100 I believe. Easypeasy, no more hassle to get a platform rezzed up in the sky. Your chairs can stay on the floor where they belong. 😉
  14. Aw thank thank you, Leora. Most of the items I used were from Apple Fall. It was great to be able to link so many items together to reduce back the LI. A few other favorite creators added in for nice touches, like Dust Bunny and some favorite, very low LI gacha items I kept reusing. I have struggled myself to get a home furnished just how I want it. The Verne I did in old world style and was so much fun to decorate, but this modern style is more me and I'm very happy with it. I do love how the rooms are larger so you don't feel like you are cramming items into a room to get the look you want then discover there isn't much room to move around in, or struggle with the camera view hassling about the tight fit. Mostly, I love how I have a very nice nice front and back porch for sitting and enjoying the beautiful scenery. We got lucky and landed a home across the street from the sea, we can see it out of most of our windows, too!
  15. Spargel & Shine : http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Hampton Bays/60/187/26 Fanny's Lace Curtains : 2-3 LI each up to 11 LI, depending on size. All the ones I sized for the windows remained between 2-3 LI. They work so beautifully and open/close, too! https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Fannys-Curtains/17155415 The cafe curtains are Crochet Lace Curtain -II-for KItchen - 2 sided by OpiUm (honey.icechant) 1-2 LI https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Full-Perm-Crochet-Lace-Curtain-II-for-Kitchen-2-sided/9749686
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