Have you ever noticed that whether good or bad, big things seem to happen in 3′s. The Peace on Earth hunt ends this Sunday, but there is still time to snatch up some free goodies from the talented and generous designer sponsors. Here are just 3 POE5 combos, with a bit of boho inspiration. I’m showing you the outfits right out of the present box, but I will be breaking these great pieces down into individual components for myself, for added mix and match possibilities in the future.
Hello again… a last POE5 Hunt post with a few little goodies from among the many excellent gifts, this time with a little bit more whimsical tone. Again, all SLURLs can be found at the official hunt hint list. Remember, the hunt finishes the 6th so there’s not much time left if you haven’t done it yet.
I like the character that came together for this post. S/he’s a bit of Dickens meets Narnia. It’s hard at times to spot the difference between a sculpt and mesh but mesh does seem to enable better sculpting. I know nothing about mesh… except everything about the shape issue ;P… but seeing the more complex sculpting and perfect texture baking I understand and agree with the ‘hype’. I think that only mesh could succeed in making a grey knitted scarf an object of beauty.The as excellent sim is Crimarizon, Crimarizon 2 to be finicky with the details. A wonderful build… builds… with lots of magic nooks and crannies to explore and gawp over. You’ll find me here the next few days me thinks.
Hat, scarf and pince-nez: #32 Hatpins. Unrigged mesh. Vest, bow tie: Part of #65 Wilson’s. What can I say but bow tie! The bow tie is copy mod so a real real treasure. Gloves: Part of the four complete outfits that’s included in the gift from #5 Inga Wind Clothing. rigged mesh. Pocket watch: #27 Amaranthus, a working hunter-case watch that’s comes in both left and right versions. Little butterfly on ear: The main gift at #120 Element Hair is an excellent mesh hair, but there’s also this little green fella.Ring: #104 Callie Cline. Colour change.
People will tell you that homemade Christmas gifts are the best. They will point to shows like Little House on the Prairie and say “Look how happy Laura and Mary were just to get an orange and some hair ribbons in their stockings!”
They do that right before they hand you the coasters they made for you which are basically some hunks of wood painted and with some stickers on them. I didn’t mind so much except that I was only 4 at the time and really not that big of a drinker. I mean my bottle never left my hand, I certainly wasn’t going to leave it on a coffee table somewhere.
Other people like to do up service booklets with things like, “I promise to make your bed for you,” and there will be like 12 coupons and so you get your bed made 12 times. Which I suppose is a swell gift unless it is from your mom and she always makes everyone’s bed.
I had to speak up about that one though. I told my mom that I really felt that was a cop out and then she shared with me that it was hard for her to get her wheel chair through the snow and make it all the way over from the nursing home every day and that she thought maybe she could just wean me off gently …
Am I the only one who is feeling like Christmas is not just what it used to be?