I mentioned what was going down the other day, without including a picture — because, well, it was still in the building. Here’s the finished product.
The texturing wizard is JD Lemur, and he’s available for hire for other projects. This didn’t require giving him manager privileges, believe it or not — but it did take a hell of a lot of prims, including icing over the river between my main “island” and the small piece of ground I have across the river. After that, JD’s friend (and my neighbor), Jessie Kleiner, did the final landscaping I left a few green things around, mostly across the river, but there’s that one green tree you see over on the right; that’s one of the four oak trees that haven’t “dropped their leaves.” I’m down to 70 open prims for the duration; it’s worth the investment, though.
The prim level is going to go lower in the near future, as I’m building a cavern to house the Holy Family for this year’s Posada progress toward the Anglican Cathedral in Second Life. Watch this space around December 3-4 for my annual rundown on the visitation.