It's been a busy week for me in Second Life®, and I've gotten a fair amount done!
Just yesterday, I got the 2009 Holiday Bear finished. He'll be available from now until Jan. 1, 2010.
This year, he's a chocolate brown bear with bright green eyes, warmly dressed in a Holly green knitted cap with cheek flaps and a bright red tassel, and matching scarf. The year is on the scarf in gold yarn.
Like all of my bears, this fellow has arms, legs, and head that are carefully sculpted so that they move like the limbs on a real stuffed bear, making him very easy to pose. For your convenience, there are already 5 poses in the pack, including 3 "carry" poses with animaitons, so you can hold him in your right hand, left hand, or cuddled to your chest.
Copy/Mod - NO Transfer. Please use the Gift option on the vendors if you are buying the bear for someone else. 15 prims. L$150. Available now from the Kick the Can main store, and also from XStreet SL.
I also got the Christmas Tea Sets finished, and out in the stores.
These are the updated, version 2 Tea Sets, with new, smoother sculpts, and faster more efficient scripts. (Anyone in the same group as the set can now serve tea, and clean it up.) They're seasonal, so they'll only be out for a few more weeks, too. But they'll probably be back next year.
Totally interactive, with tea that serves itself on a click. You or anyone in your group can also change the linen colors, choosing from 3 sets, with different embroidery on the napkins. Your guests can get tea to sip and a saucer by touching the teapot, and a plate of petit fours by touching the luncheon plate. Once you have a cup, you can choose from 11 different kinds of tea to drink simply by clicking on it. They're very cool tea sets. :D
Come and see them, and play with the demo, at the Home and Garden store on Livingtree, or buy them from XStreet SL. Besides the Snow Children set pictured, I also have a Christmas Tree pattern and a Christmas Sleigh pattern.
All three are also available as Doll Tea Set, in a smaller size for little hands, but with full size petit-fours, and various kinds of pretend tea (and a few flavors of real tea) in the cups. You can get those from the main Kick the Can store on Livingtree, or wherever Kick the Can toys are sold. Come take a look!
And, if all of this isn't your cup of tea, and you don't care about SL at all, there's a new Photoshop Tutorial, too; because it's Tuesday. (Or was, when I started this.) You can find that on my my Facebook page. Enjoy!