Q. Why swans, why random?
A1. why not
A2. I dunno about you, but I tend to get possessed by certain shapes. It starts as a fascination with a form, then I start seeing it everywhere, start thinking of other things I could do with it, start studying other cultures’ use of the same form, start experimenting with textures and materials the shapes might be made from… and before I know it, I have a GACHA set just waiting to happen.
ergo Random Acts of SWAN-ness! and what better event for them, than Lost & Found?
Grace your Second Life with these swans, let them swim in your ponds (or bath tub!), decorate your house and garden, provide comfort as a bench, bring life and elegance to your surroundings. Whether you wish to make your home more lively with swans or perhaps add a fairy tale touch of a swan royalty turned to stone, this is the gacha for you!
All pieces are new and created exclusively for the December 2015 Lost & Found.
The benches have 30 animations total. 10 singles female more or less, 10 single male more or less, and 10 couples, all pg cuddles.
Floating Swan Candles are rotating, but if you want to stop the rotation, just unlink them from the root prim then delete it. It’s invisible, so have a look at where it’s located in edit mode before unlinking.
The Floating Swan Candles are bath tub size, but they size up really well, so they are fun for ponds and pools too.
The land impact of the swans varies by piece and ranges from one to five LI. Please note that resizing mesh objects usually changes the land impact.
All the items are hand-painted, materials enabled, original mesh.
Permissions are modify/transfer/no-copy. 1 ultra-rare, 1 rare, 9 commons.
L60 per play.