Bring a touch of ancient Egypt to your Second Life with these statues! Bastet Goddess of Protection is avatar-sized sculpture of the feline goddess striding proudly forward while holding ankh and the Mirror of Hathor. The smaller Bastet Cat figurines can be rezed to honour her, perfect also for all the cat-lovers. The baboon god could easily decorate both a house with historical penchants and one with decadence for its strong ties to sexual prowess.
Bastet Goddess is 6 LI, Baboon God and Bastet Cat 1 LI. Everything is modifiable, so you can resize them as you wish. Remember that when making mesh items larger their land impact rises as well.
All the pieces are unrigged, hand-painted, materials enabled, original mesh.
Permissions are copy/modify/no-transfer.
The statues are half price for the event duration:
L200 for Bastet Goddess, L100 for Baboon God and L75 for Bastet Cat.
meadowWorks took part in the 8th Anniversary of Fallen Gods Inc. and although The Eternal Market and the Anniversary festivities are over, the Eternal Hunt is still going on until November 21st.
The Eternal Hunt is a HUD-based exploration journey where you visit the main stores or sims of the participating creators to locate all the lemniscates (the infinity symbols that look like a sideways number 8) after which you can enter the final prize room filled with rewards! The HUDs are free and available in the Main Store of Fallen Gods Inc. in Selidor. If you get stuck and need a better hint than the HUD provides, try asking for help in the Fallen Gods Inc. group chat.
The prize from meadowWorks is Infinite Life Ankh necklace where sharp edges meet the soft curves of infinity. The lemniscate itself is formed from and by a snake biting its own tail like a doubled ouroboros, the eternal returns following one after the other.
The Bust of Anubis was for sale in the Eternal Market and is not currently available, since it was especially made for the occasion. The Embalmer might return later in some other shape or form, like the Guardian of the Eternal Afterlife should.
Both the Bust of Anubis and the Infinite Life Ankh are hand-painted, materials enabled, original mesh by Garvie Garzo.