LEA & JARAPANDA TOPS AS MISPRINT & CHERRY GRAB 4 EACH
Lea Supermarine & Jarapanda Snook’s amazing immersive work, The Rhythm of Mood grabbed top honours (L$10,000) for the February Round of the UWA 3D Open Art Challenge. In an incredible round, both Misprint Thursday’s Digital Glove and Cherry Manga’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland which took 2nd & 3rd Prize overall, won a further 3 prizes each. Japan’s Yooma Mayo took the Best Non-Scripted prize with Gecko on Gekko (moonlight). Full results follow.
[2011/03/04 06:32] Jayjay Zifanwe: Now to the winner of the UWA 3D Open Art Challenge for FEBRUARY, following in the footsteps of past champions Snubnose Genopeak, Glyph Graves, Atomic Gaffer, Fuschia Nightfire/Flivelwitz Alsop, Julez Odigaunt, FreeWee Ling, Bryn Oh, Nish Mip, Josina Burgess, Cherry Manga, Igor Ballyhoo and Suzanne Graves.
[2011/03/04 06:33] Jayjay Zifanwe: It is with great pleasure that we announce that the Winner of 1st Prize (L$10,000) for the UWA 3D Open Art Challenge for February 2011 is:
[2011/03/04 06:33] Jayjay Zifanwe: THE RHYTHM OF MOOD by Lea Supermarine & Jarapanda Snook
[2011/03/04 06:33] Jayjay Zifanwe: John Barret-Lennard, curator of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery @ UWA, speaking on behalf of the committee said, “The Rythm of Mood was commended by the judges for its ambition, scale and sophistication. It succeeds in conveying mood and pyschological state in well resolved environments. The artist has created a complex series of spaces, and uses all the possibilities of the medium as a powerful expressive tool. The creative use of immersive enviroments in this work allows expression of ideas and emotions in ways that would be difficult to achieve in any other medium-it uses the unique qualites of the virtual space in exemplary ways, and produces a genuinely engaging result.”
Art is the desire of a man to express himself, to record the reactions of his personality to the world he lives in.
Who are we?
We are a group of creators, builders, and just people who like to share our products with the public outside of a normal store atmosphere. There are a wide range of builders from beginners to experts. Along with adding a personal touch with customers, the flea market is a way for creators to exchange ideas face to face. Group invitations are open to all.
What do we do?
We travel from sim to sim displaying our product for people to see. The sim owners voluntarily give up space for us to use. The host vendors will set out a display of their products. People are encouraged to view them, buy them, and talk with the makers.
When do we have flea markets?
As of right now there is no set schedule, but that may change as participation increases. Any and all events will be publicized by the use of the SL FleaMarket group, and via other means. Currently we are looking at holding them on a Saturday and Sunday at a regular schedule.
Where do we hold flea markets?
That is purely up to sim owners who give up space for us to use. The size can vary from sim to sim. Locations for any flea markets will be publicized in the SL FleaMarket Group as well.
Why do we do this?
It’s done purely for fun! Many people have stores or shops located all around SL. This gives people a chance to come together to share goods and products with each other. Along with having some personal interaction with customers who may want to meet the people that make the items they buy.
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Lieve vrienden van Hetty en Dali
Allereerst heet ik jullie van harte welkom op deze dag.
Een dag van liefde en vriendschap.
Een dag om twee liefhebbende mensen met elkander te verenigen. Continue reading
And more building is done. A nice romantic valley under the dancefloor and shops;-)
New on the sim… The Naugty Castle Get over and have a look around, it is becoming a great place to explore!
Thursday, 7th January 2010
Tonight you can dance with DJ ALIVE who will be taking requests for all kinds of music.
Start 01:00 PM SLT