In exclusive premiere showing at Eden Rising, first round of The Co-op, mesh jewelry from Spyralle, in the spirit of ancient times…
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Archaea is available as a set of necklace and earrings or as separate pieces. The discount price is good until the end of the event.
The fractals are varied colorings from the series I call “Monkey Mask.” There is one more color that I did not have room for at “Eden Rising.” It will join the others later at Spyralle.
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I’m thrilled to have my work included in the new issue of this gorgeous publication! Art Scene editor Quan Lavender suggested the Orrery panels would be striking in light colors suitable for spring – so I made some! See page 170!
Spyralle Orrery Panel in the LTD gallery at Aakriti Arts
Here is the Iris & Cream version at the gallery show of all this issue’s Art Scene items. The new Orrery colors are exclusive to the gallery during this exhibition.
Spyralle Orrery Panel Lilac & Moss
Spyralle Orrery Panel – Strawberry
What appeared electronic and futuristic – or mechanical and steampunkish – in the darker renderings takes on a delicate organic quality in these lighter palettes.
Spyralle Orrery Panel – Lilypond
Will these new colors translate to more Orrery for your home and garden? I am feeling inspired…
Genre goes underwater for the March-April round, spilling treasure in all directions. Spyralle offers these finny headpieces. They are unisex, mod, unrigged.
Spyralle Waverider Headpiece – Blue
Original mesh and original fractals by Kerryth.
Spyralle Waverider Headpiece – Dawn
The stylized spiral and ripples suggest whirlpools, shells, curling horns. The base formula is another old public formula from the Fractint days. Most of these are one layer; some have a decomposition overlay for added color depth.
Spyralle Waverider Headpiece – Shell
The hair is Siiri from Emo-tions. The top and scales are part of the lovely Lumina Nymph outfit from Evie’s Closet. The skins are Mokatana by Glam Affair in Petal (Waverider Blue) and The Visitor by Curio in Petal Dark (Dawn) and Nebula (Shell and Surf). All poses from from the Avantgarde Line 1 set from Di’s Opera.
Spyralle Waverider Headpiece – Surf
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Spyralle Archaea Necklace Purple Gold
Archaea is a low tech version of the Wearable Comm Hub necklace introduced at Futurewave – because I thought the form looked ancient as well as futuristic. Archaea wraps gold around a spiral in enamels.
This introductory piece is available for a limited time in the 25-4-25 Hunt for March. Additional colors will be arriving soon.
Spyralle is under construction this month, so things are a little disorganized while we work around four ongoing hunts, and new releases are waiting on the new space to be finished.
The old main entrance will remain. The new main entrance is here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Loring%20Park%20Place/83/45/31
Spyralle Airship Pilot’s Navigational Mask
The gears turn in time to the waltz, and you are mysterious and dashing.
Steam IX the Hunt runs through March 31.
Spyralle Sparkle Halo Mask – Multicolor
More fun with mesh and scripting! The halo wreaths your head with flickering stars, free for the finding in this month’s Twisted Hunt. (And I’m not nearly evil enough about hiding things, so I move them around…) For Twisted Hunters, an all white Diamond version is included. Do NOT reset the scripts.
The fractal started as a simple Julia, but it’s drawn with an orbit trap algorithm in an asteroid shape. A little tweaking and we have one four-rayed star, just perfect. About 400 of them are sprinkled on the halo.
Hair: Elikatera Shine in Brown 04
Skin: Curio Jewel (discontinued)
Top: League Seashell Blouse in Cream
Eyes: IKON Sunrise in Egyptian Blue
New textures for Spyralle Infinitum.
Spyralle Infinitum Textures – Petal Border Spring 1
There are seven colors. Each comes with both a solid version with a matching background and an alpha version. They tile end to end.
The image is generated a formula that uses trig functions – that’s where you can find a lot of the repeating patterns. Most fractals “in the wild” do not repeat or tile; you have to use some processing on them. So I was glad to find a bunch of formulas that can give a repeat if you set them up right. I made fresh pastel gradients to fit the theme, but I have some wild color versions in reserve for future series.
The hunt is Welcome Spring.