Lunamaruna is a hand-painted fairy tale land where orange manatees fly in a purple sky and sharks are equipped with miners’ headlamps for a better hunting experience.
Lunamaruna seems to be a happy little place to settle down and raise a family, until you look beneath the storybook illustrations. Peeking inside the doors of the homes and offices tell an entirely different story.
On now at project Z.
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Art Deco work area
It seems like my virtual life is in a state of near constant flux these days. A few weeks ago, I had to move in SL when iliveisl Estates shut down. And now, as I’m writing this, my other virtual home, Enclave Harbour, is in the process of transferring to live on Reaction Grid. Unlike the Mangrove Bog, Enclave Harbour isn’t lost, just moving to better digs. But still…it’s change.
Ener Hax, DreamWalker McCallister, Micheil Merlin and I have been building and scripting like mad for the last few weeks to get as much done as possible on 16 sims in preparation for the move. The work was evenly divided with Ener building out 14 sims and and me working on two. (woot!)
Ener was worried about how the builds would fare in the transfer, so I made backup copies to my hard drive of all the important components and took a slew of photos
in case I had to recreate anything.
I saw Kyle Gomboy
as Reaction Grid in, er, Reaction Grid this morning. He assures me that they’ve done these transfers many times, that they usually go smoothly, and that builds usually translate very well. Mind you, perhaps Kyle hasn’t seen what Ener can do with a megaprim.
So long green hair!
The Nickola that was signing into Enclave Harbour will go poof in the transfer. There is already an RG Nickola with much better hair. But, EH Nickola packed up all her stuff in a suitcase and set it out to go with the sims so RG Nickola can use it.
Oddly, nothing in that previous paragraph confuses me.