Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'buildings'.
Found 2 results
Sorry for the long title. I am a bit stuck, I always enjoy to set up a new house, garden, driveway, pool and all that exterior stuff. (You can just replace the words with castle or space station, or whatever you set up on your land.) Then I do the interior decorating. I use maybe 1/3 of things I own, and buy new things 2/3. I enjoy the freedom of it, because it is expensive and so much work to totally change a home in RL. And then, what? I want to do something else. But I see a pattern here: When I rebuild in the same spot, build2 is never as good as build1. I think it has to do with the fact that new land is exiting, and I look to optimize it. When I take down build1, it is just changing for the sake of changing, and so it's not turning out as good. (I am not leaving this plot that I own now.... before I always rented on some private sim) How often do you rebuild your land totally.... and are you satisfied? Do you think "yes, this is much better" or "this is ok, but the old build was just as good or better". And I am thinking of doing drastic change, not changing a part. Maybe I should not change before I am totally bored of the build and desperate to do something new. That may spark more creativity? I should say this is ground building I am talking about. Something about working on the ground is more satisfying. I have no idea about why, it's just me.
What makes a good build a good build is a solid Idea of what you want. Doesn't have to be the whole idea but it has to be some what of a idea. Like I want a purple dance club I saw this club on a picture or in second life I want something like this. Then we can go over details of what you want. So pictures is always a plus gets things done faster and lets me know what you want. I can build anything from a club to a store to a photostudio. I aslo can do events parties weddings and so on. So if you are tired of seeing the same store everywhere you go. (we all are). hit me up. I have been building since 2005. (I prefer if you hit me up inworld to talk about what you want done on this exciting journey) Happy Toshi) https://www.flickr.com/photos/144280667@N03/albums