Spyralle’s jeweled DJ headset (both spellings are correct!) is still out for a brief time as our prize in the Futuristic Hunt. This original unisex mesh head ornament is the latest piece in our “Technology as Jewelry as Technology” series. It was intended for release at 2015’s Futurewave event, but I did not get it finished in time. This 5L hunt prize version is more or less a Work In Progress, without the scripting and HUD to be added eventually – but it’s still pretty to wear, much more dimensional than the image shows. By request of certain DJs I know, I’ll be adding companion pieces to adorn other parts of the DJ anatomy.
The 12-pointed paper lantern “Advent Lantern #21” was available for one day in the Fair Play Advent Calendar. Fair Play is a monthly fantasy event that benefits Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society and Team Fox for Parkinson’s research. It is small but very much worth checking out. I will show Spyralle’s December Fair Play exclusives in a future post, as I continue to catch up.
This set of holiday themed paper lanterns, 6 and 8 point, was Spyralle’s prize in the Hunt for the Bells at the SL Christmas Expo, a Relay for Life event. If you missed it, look for this set next December, either in the store or at some event. Chances are, there will be additional holiday lanterns. All the graphic designs are original fractals modified with Ultra Fractal’s kaleidoscope mapping feature. Meshes are original also.
I have been having fun with this series of miniature lanterns hung on a spiral night light base. Here is a candy cane Christmas ornament version that was a free gift at the Midwinter Fair. It may show up again at Spyralle next year.
The latest night light is one of the gifts at the Fallen Gods “Friends” tree. It may still be out at Fallen Gods – I think the tree will be up until January 6. You may need to be a Fallen Gods group member to claim the wonderful gifts that are under the tree. (There is a joining fee in place until after January 6.)
In any case, do go and take a look around! Even if fantasy skins are not your thing, the region and nearby islands are filled with brilliant architecture and delightful whimsy – a great place to explore and take pictures. The skin and eyes in the first picture are from Fallen Gods.