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Mesh Creative & Prim Perfect Mesh Talks

Mesh Creative & Prim Perfect Mesh Talks

Join us at the new Prim Perfect Headquarters in Sund, Second Norway, for the latest of our popular talks, produced in association with Mesh Creative.

As you can see from the poster, we have a great line up of regular speakers and guests. These top designers will be talking about their work, showing examples and discussing problems that they have encountered. They’ll give advice, share ideas and insights into the creation process. There’ll be ample opportunity for you to ask questions too.

And there will be a chance to explore Prim Perfects beautiful new offices too …

So do come and join us at 12 noon on Saturday 19th April at the special studio above the Prim Perfect offices on Sund!

And take a look at the offices too!

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Prim Perfect: Issue 51 - April 2014 - Cover

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 – April 2014 – Cover

The new issue of Prim Perfect is out now!

They say that only February is the romantic month, what with Valentine’s Day and all that … but surely it’s “In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love” as Alfred, Lord Tennyson says … and that goes for men not so young – and women of all ages too!

So in this issue we are celebrating the disappearance of winter and the coming of spring with an issue all about romance … you may even find a few stray (and unusual) Valentine thoughts have crept in too!

We’ve looked at romantic venues this month, with the lovely region of Oubliette being our Region of the Month.

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 - April 2014 - Region of the Month

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 – April 2014 – Region of the Month

I explored Oubliette – and Ode – and talked to its creator, Saiyge Lotus. Carissa Starfall has picked out ten wonderfully romantic places, while Ceejay Writer’s poem chooses ten … er … unlikely venues!

The Designer of the Month has a distinctly romantic flair too, for it is Elicio Ember of Cerridwen’s Cauldron, who is interviewed by Joonie Jatho.

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 - April 2014 - Designer of the Month

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 – April 2014 – Designer of the Month

In her Spotlight on Business this month, Qwis Greenwood looks at two stores that have a decidedly romantic bent.

We have three new series for 2014. Firstly, we are producing a series of room decoration articles. Each issue, Samantha Ohrberg will design a different room with items from the very best creators in Second Life – and tell you where you can get the items displayed!

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 - April 2014 - Furnishing a Show House

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 – April 2014 – Furnishing a Show House

Secondly, we are reflecting a popular activity in Second Life by starting a regular restaurant review column. Each month our dinners will go out to dinner at a Second Life restaurant and discuss the ambience, the food, the service – and the cost! Join us for the first of our restaurant visits.

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 - April 2014 - Restaurant Review

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 – April 2014 – Restaurant Review

Thirdly, we’ll be taking a look at popular games in Second Life, starting with the perennial Tiny Empires. What is this game – and why do people play? Ethan Westland finds out for us!

In our nonprofit news section, Beq Janus tells us about the launch of Relay for Life and the plans for the 2014 season – and beyond – and there’s an article on our One Billion Rising event.

In our regular features, Rosamoo Mendelsohn tells us all about those very special new awards – the Hunties! There’s exciting news from our TV shows Designing Worlds and Happy Hunting!, available on Treet TV.

There’s more in our series on working with mesh from Beq Janus, too – and a special gift for you!

Our team of talented photographers, led by Wildstar Beaumont, Samantha Ohrberg, Winona Wiefel, Judith LeFevre, and Honour McMillan, bring you some of the most artistic eye candy from across the metaverse.

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 - April 2014 - Introduction to Romance

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 – April 2014 – Introduction to Romance

All this with News From the Grid and more!

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So how can I get Prim Perfect?
If you prefer to read the magazine online but not inworld, there are choices. Firstly, there’s the wonderful Calaméo system, which allows you to moves smoothly through the pages, giving you the feeling of reading a real magazine. You’ll find Issue 51 here – and please do leave a comment!

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 - April 2014 - Games People Play

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 – April 2014 – Games People Play

But, if you like to download your magazines to read as you commute to work, or in the bath, or wherever, you can also download a pdf of the magazine from Calameo – or print it out!.

You can get the latest issue inworld – and copies of all our earlier issues too – at our head offices at Sund in Second Norway.  It has a great cafe to relax in while you’re reading the latest issue too!

We also have subscribe-o-matic kiosks throughout Second Life – so you can just click to subscribe. You’ll be sent a copy of the latest issue, and then you’ll receive your issues regularly!

Or you can have it delivered to you each month as an IntelliBook, by joining the Prim Perfect Readers group inworld. It costs nothing to join and, apart from delivering the magazine each month, we won’t overload you with chat or messages!

In addition to delivering the Intellibook version of the magazine, you’ll also get a link to the online Calaméo version of the magazine, so you’ll be able to access that too.

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 - April 2014 - Romantic Places

Prim Perfect: Issue 51 – April 2014 – Romantic Places

How to Join Prim Perfect Readers

  • Inworld, open Search.
  • Search Groups for Prim Perfect Readers.
  • Click to join

So … enjoy! And let us know what you think of our new edition!

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Cake Against Cancer poster

Cake Against Cancer poster

Join us at our Head Offices as we hold our own inworld coffee morning on Friday 27th September in support of Macmillan Cancer Support’s Biggest Coffee Morning in the World!

We have coffee and cake for you – and each virtual cake gives you the recipe – so you can have your virtual cake, and eat it in your First Life!

And with each recipe set at only 50 Lindens, you could amass quite a few new and exciting recipes!

Cake Day
There’ll be music too – from DJs Victor Mornington (11am – 1pm SLT) and David Abbott (1pm – 3pm SLT).

The cakes will be available all weekend.

So come and join us, help us raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support – and enjoy some delicious cakes too!

Come for Coffee!

Come for Coffee!

Learn more about Macmillan Cancer Support here: http://www.macmillan.org.uk/
See our Just Giving Page here: http://www.justgiving.com/PrimPerfect

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Come for Coffee!

Come for Coffee!

The Macmillan Coffee Morning is this Friday (27th September) when we’ll be holding a special coffee morning at the Prim Perfect Head Offices from 11am – 3pm SLT.

There will be virtual coffee and cake … and fantastic music from DJs Victor1st Mornington (from 11am – 1pm) and David Abbott (1pm – 3pm). 

Cake Day

Cake Day is Coming!

And there will be cake too … people have been sending in their recipes – and you will be able to buy these – along with a slice of virtual cake!

All the money raised will go to Macmillan Cancer Support – you can also donate directly at the Prim Perfect Just Giving site (the name of the person behind the site is Saffia’s real life identity).

If you’d like to contribute a cake (or a recipe) of your own – go here.

And don’t miss the Coffee Morning that Metaverse TV will be holding too!

Their Coffee Morning will be held on Pearl Island, part of the Metaverse TV installation, which has been home to The Gerry Blache Virtual Project for a few months now.  Entitled, “A Wonderful Gift,” a film streams in-world at the Island, in which Gerry talks about her diagnosis of cancer, her experience with the professionals, and family around her. Metaverse TV runs the film in five parts, and Pearl Island is open 24/7.

Talking About Cancer on Pearl Island

Talking About Cancer on Pearl Island

It is Gerry’s wish that anyone wishing to do so would donate to the Macmillan Organization and the wonderful Macmillan Nurses.  The more money raised, the more accessibility to this invaluable service that can be facilitated.  A collection box is located on Pearl Island, where Metaverse TV has been been accepting donations on behalf of the Macmillan Fund.

The coffee morning at Metaverse TV will start at 7am and continue until “we drop!” they promise.

So why not take in both coffee mornings on September 27th, and support a really wonderful charity?

Coffee at Prim Perfect

Coffee at Prim Perfect

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Do you have a favourite cake recipe? Share it with Prim Perfect – and you can help us raise money to fight against cancer!

Coffee at Prim Perfect

Come for Coffee at Prim Perfect!

 Every year the world’s biggest coffee morning is organised in the United Kingdom by Macmillan Cancer Support to raise money for its work in the fight against cancer. In 2012, 115,000 people signed up, raising nearly £15,000,000 – that’s nearly US$23,400,000.

How do they raise the money with a coffee morning?
The event started in 1990 when a local fundraising committee decided to hold a coffee morning where people came along to meet and mingle – as they might ordinarily do – but donate the cost of their coffee to Macmillan in the process.

Coffee Morning at Prim Perfect Head Offices

Coffee Morning at Prim Perfect Head Offices

The idea seemed such a simple, yet effective, one that they suggested the model be taken up nationally. The first National World’s Biggest Coffee Morning was in 1991, when 2,600 people registered to hold coffee mornings across the country. Since then it has raised over £75 million in total for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Prim Perfect is getting involved too!
This year, the World’s Biggest Coffee is on September 27th 2013 – and Prim Perfect will be holding a special coffee morning at our Headquarters to raise money for the event. The event will be held at Pointe LaRue Isle from 11am to 3pm SLT – and along with cake and coffee, there will be music to dance to as well!

How do you hold a coffee morning in a virtual world?
Well, we will be selling slices of cake… but when you buy a slice, in addition to the slice of virtual cake, you will also get a real recipe – so you can make the cake in your First Life and enjoy it with family and friends.

How can I contribute?
1. You can come to the coffee morning and buy some cake!

2. You can make a cake, add your favourite recipe, and send it (full perms) to Zadira Barzane, who will be putting them out on offer for the coffee morning.  If you are not an experienced builder, there are instruction how to make simple cakes on Page 114 of the latest issue of Prim Perfect – and the inworld issue has a free giveaway toolbox to help you!

Make a Cake Against Cancer!

Make a Cake Against Cancer!

3. Or you can send your recipe to Zadira Barzane inworld or at zadira.barzane@gmail.com – and we will bake a cake for you!

3. You can host your own coffee morning anywhere on the grid – and send the money to our Just Giving page. This money will be registered (so we can see how much we raise through the coffee morning) and will be sent securely and directly to Macmillan Cancer Support.

On the grid, all the money from cakes and donations will go to an avatar we have created especially for the event – Macmillan CoffeeMorning (with a registered name of CoffeeMorning Resident).

Metaverse TV
Dousa Dragonash and Metaverse TV are also organising an event that will go on over the whole weekend – we’ll have more on that shortly!

Macmillan's Coffee Morning

Macmillan’s Coffee Morning

Macmillan in Second Life
Macmillan Cancer Support do have an office inworld which opened in 2007 (not 2008, as this article states): http://www.civilsociety.co.uk/fundraising/news/content/206/macmillan_launches_cancer_centre_in_second_life, and they also held a coffee morning in 2007. The site is still there – although the links to some of the materials seem to be out of date. The office is maintained by the development team that brought Macmillan inworld, but there is no longer any active engagement by Macmillan on the grid.

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Prim Perfect Issue 48 - September 2013 - cover

Prim Perfect Issue 48 – September 2013 – cover

Welcome to our special nonprofits issue of Prim Perfect magazine, where we take a look at just some of the amazing work that is being done by and for nonprofits around the grid.

This has been a great year for one particular nonprofit in Second Life – the American Cancer Society (which is the organisation behind Relay for Life). In this centenary year, a record amount (over US$390,000) was raised in the Relay Season. To celebrate this, PJ Trenton has produced a photo essay looking at Relays – and Relay events – past and present, while Beq Janus submits a report on this year’s Relay weekend.

Prim Perfect Issue 48 - September 2013 - Winter Nightfire

Prim Perfect Issue 48 – September 2013 – Winter Nightfire

Our Designer of the Month in this issue is Winter Nightfire – Ethan Westland talks to her about her work and also explores the beautiful Survivor and Caregivers’ Camp that she created at Relay for Life weekend.

And we have another interview, too, as Inara Prey talks to Rodvik Linden, the CEO of Linden Lab, the owners and developers of the Second Life platform.

Prim Perfect Issue 48 - September 2013 - Inara Prey talks to Rodvik Linden

Prim Perfect Issue 48 – September 2013 – Inara Prey talks to Rodvik Linden

But there’s much more on nonprofits – because there are many more in Second Life, exploring different areas of needs and concerns. Joonie Jatho speaks with Gentle Heron and learns all about the work of Virtual Ability, a nonprofit that reaches out from the virtual to the real world. And Judi Newall learns all about Nonprofit Commons, the regions set up by the organisation TechSoup that have brought a wealth of nonprofit endeavours to the grid.

Ceejay Writer explores the variety of nonprofits that are on the grid, while Qwis Greenwood takes a closer look at two of the smaller nonprofits. Eva Bellambi writes about her own experiences with raising money for breast cancer – and provides a useful checklist for people who want to become involved in fundraising. Honour McMillan explores spontaneous fundraising in Second Life, while I look at issues of awareness and the role of large scale fundraising like Relay for Life. Are other nonprofits missing out here?

Prim Perfect Issue 48 - September 2013 - Winner in the Fantasy Fauire Short Story Competition

Prim Perfect Issue 48 – September 2013 – Winner in the Fantasy Fauire Short Story Competition

We also have the winner of the Fantasy Faire Short Story competition, “Red Sail at Sunset” by Deoridhe Grimsdottir.

And there are some very timely thoughts on intellectual property rights from Cain Maven.

As a special preview, we are launching the Prim Perfect Coffee Morning for Macmillan Cancer Support. We’re asking for your support – and your best cake recipes! Read all about it on Page 14.

Cake Against Cancer! Join our Macmillan Coffee Morning

Cake Against Cancer! Join our Macmillan Coffee Morning

As always, there are details from our TV shows, Designing Worlds and Happy Hunting!, available on Treet TV.

Our team of talented photographers, led by PJ Trenton, Beq Janus, Winona Wiefel, Wildstar Beaumont, and Honour McMillan, bring you some of the most artistic eye candy from across the metaverse.

All this with News From the Grid and more!

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So how can I get Prim Perfect?
If you prefer to read the magazine online but not inworld, there are choices. Firstly, there’s the wonderful Calaméo system, which allows you to moves smoothly through the pages, giving you the feeling of reading a real magazine. You’ll find Issue 48 here – and please do leave a comment!

Prim Perfect Issue 48 - September 2013 -  PJ Trenton's Photo Essay

Prim Perfect Issue 48 – September 2013 – PJ Trenton’s Photo Essay

But, if you like to download your magazines to read as you commute to work, or in the bath, or wherever, you can also download a pdf of the magazine from Calameo – or print it out!.

You can get the latest issue inworld – and copies of all our earlier issues too – at our head offices at Pointe LaRue Isle.  It has a great cafe to relax in while you’re reading the latest issue too!

Prim Perfect Issue 48 - September 2013 -  Cain Maven on IPR

Prim Perfect Issue 48 – September 2013 – Cain Maven on IPR

We also have subscribe-o-matic kiosks throughout Second Life – so you can just click to subscribe. You’ll be sent a copy of the latest issue, and then you’ll receive your issues regularly!

Or you can have it delivered to you each month as an IntelliBook, by joining the Prim Perfect Readers group inworld. It costs nothing to join and, apart from delivering the magazine each month, we won’t overload you with chat or messages!

In addition to delivering the Intellibook version of the magazine, you’ll also get a link to the online Calaméo version of the magazine, so you’ll be able to access that too.

How to Join Prim Perfect Readers

  • Inworld, open Search.
  • Search Groups for Prim Perfect Readers.
  • Click to join

So … enjoy! And let us know what you think of our new edition!

Prim Perfect Issue 48 - September 2013 -  Virtual Ability

Prim Perfect Issue 48 – September 2013 – Virtual Ability

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Prim Perfect: Issue 48 - July 2013 - cover

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 – July 2013 – cover

Welcome to our special celebratory birthday issue and more of our new range of features in Prim Perfect magazine, as well as those you know and love!

Some of you may be wondering why I am posed in such a precarious position for my editorial picture (balanced on a beachball which in turn rests on a very sharp pinnacle). Others (those with a sense of history) may be grinning. That’s because I’m standing in DaBoom, the very first region created in Second Life.

Moreover, I am standing on the South East corner, which is the point from which all directions of North, South, East and West are taken on the grid.  You might say that the spot where I’m standing is the point at which 0 degrees longitude cross the Equator.  And if you want to fly there and check it for yourselves, you’ll see, in the description bar, it says, “IT ALL STARTED HERE!”

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 - July 2013 - Residents Reflect

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 – July 2013 – Residents Reflect

So why the beach ball? Well, that is an object that predates the launch of Second Life … and you have a copy of it in your inventory.  Look for the Beach Ball in your Library (it’s in the Objects folder), If you Inspect it you’ll see that it has a creation date of Tues April 30 04:41:13 2002.  And the creator is… Philip Linden.

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 - July 2013 - Places we have lost

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 – July 2013 – Places we have lost

Ceejay Writer talks more about this and about Places that have stood the test of time, dating back to the very early days of Second Life, while PJ Trenton has an elegiac photo tribute to places we have loved and lost.  But, as we all know, rumours of the demise of Second Life tend to be exagerated – and to prove it, Honour McMillan has found ten exciting new locations that prove that creativity is still very much alive here.

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 - July 2013 - An Interview with Xandi Mars

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 – July 2013 – An Interview with Xandi Mars

Of course, if you were worried about creativity, a visit to the Second Life 10th Birthday Community Celebrations should have put your mind at rest. Qwis Greenwood takes a look there – and PJ Trenton has captured the last ten years from Marianne McCann’s terrific History Walk, while Rosamoo Mendelsohn sheds some light on Hunting at the Community Celebrations!

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 - July 2013 - New Places to find

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 – July 2013 – New Places to find

But what about the people who made it all happen? Judi Newall has been talking to long term residents about their memories of Second Life … while Joonie Jatho talks to Xandi Mars about her memories of the grid. From coming out of Beta (and counting it a red letter day when there were 500 avatars on the grid simultaneously) to working with mesh, Xandio has seen it all … and she shares her experiences!

There’s a report on the Home and Garden Expo from Cinders Vale and Beq Janus brings us up-to-date with Relay for Life.

We also have the fourth in our major series on Mesh by Beq Janus who supplies some special files that you can upload and experiment with!  And Winona Wiefel supplies more information on how to develop your own home in Part 4 of our Building a Skybox series.

As always, there are details from our TV shows, Designing Worlds and Happy Hunting!, available on Treet TV.

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 - July 2013 -  All about RFL

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 – July 2013 – All about RFL

Our team of talented photographers, led by PJ Trenton, Beq Janus, Winona Wiefel, Wildstar Beaumont, and Honour McMillan, bring you some of the most artistic eye candy from across the metaverse.

All this with News From the Grid and more!

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So how can I get Prim Perfect?

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 - July 2013 - Places that remain!

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 – July 2013 – Places that remain!

If you prefer to read the magazine online but not inworld, there are choices. Firstly, there’s the wonderful Calaméo system, which allows you to moves smoothly through the pages, giving you the feeling of reading a real magazine. You’ll find Issue 48 here – and please do leave a comment!

But, if you like to download your magazines to read as you commute to work, or in the bath, or wherever, you can also download a pdf of the magazine from Calameo – or print it out!.

You can get the latest issue inworld – and copies of all our earlier issues too – at our head offices in the Irish Isles.  It has a great cafe to relax in while you’re reading the latest issue too!

We also have subscribe-o-matic kiosks throughout Second Life – so you can just click to subscribe. You’ll be sent a copy of the latest issue, and then you’ll receive your issues regularly!

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 - July 2013 - Building a skybox - Part 4!

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 – July 2013 – Building a skybox – Part 4!

Or you can have it delivered to you each month as an IntelliBook, by joining the Prim Perfect Readers group inworld. It costs nothing to join and, apart from delivering the magazine each month, we won’t overload you with chat or messages!

In addition to delivering the Intellibook version of the magazine, you’ll also get a link to the online Calaméo version of the magazine, so you’ll be able to access that too.

How to Join Prim Perfect Readers

  • Inworld, open Search.
  • Search Groups for Prim Perfect Readers.
  • Click to join

So … enjoy! And let us know what you think of our new edition!

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 - July 2013 - The History Walk

Prim Perfect: Issue 48 – July 2013 – The History Walk

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Prim Perfect is sponsoring three talks today at the Auditorium at the SL10B Community Celebrations.

Kids!

Kids!

Firstly, at 1pm, Saffia will be talking to Loki Eliot and the kids of Second Life about Loki’s build, Escapades … and being a kid in Second Life.

Ekphrasis Talks at SL10B Community Celebration

Ekphrasis Talks at SL10B Community Celebration

Then, at 3pm, in the next in our series of Ekphrasis talks, Rowan Derryth will be talking to Chic Aeon, the machinimatographer who is currently working on a project at the Linden Endowment for the Arts. You can see more details of that talk here.

Avilion

And finally at 4pm, Saffia will be talking to The Elves (and Drows and other folk) of the beautiful land of Avilion.

Do come and join us!

And don’t forget the special Prim Perfect contest at the Celebrations. Name the places In Our Second Lives, and you could win L$5000!

Can you name the places?

Can you name the places?

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Prim Perfect is sponsoring two talks today at the Auditorium at the SL10B Community Celebrations.

Ekphrasis Talks at SL10B Community Celebration

Ekphrasis Talks at SL10B Community Celebration

At 3pm, in the next in our series of Ekphrasis talks, Rowan Derryth will be talking to Ian Upton, who recently broke the virtual wall with his exhibition EXTRACT/INSERT which was shown at both the LEA and in ‘real life’ at the Herbert Art Gallery in Coventry.. You can see more details of that talk here.

Meet the Tinies!

Meet the Tinies!

Then at 4pm SLT, Saffia Widdershins will be talking to members of fantastica;;u creative Tiny Community about their role in Second Life.

Do come and join us!

And don’t forget the special Prim Perfect contest at the Celebrations. Name the places In Our Second Lives, and you could win L$5000!

Can you name the places?

Can you name the places?

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For this year’s Prim Perfect installation at the SL10B Community Celebration, we have a beautiful building designed by Troy Vogel which holds two photo installations.  One of these, by PJ Trenton, is a tribute to places that have vanished from the grid – and will form the basis of a photo essay in the next issue of Prim Perfect.

Some Have Gone ... Photo Essay  by PJ Trenton

Some Have Gone … Photo Essay by PJ Trenton

The other display is a collection of pictures from Prim Perfect’s 48 issues, produced over the course of the last six years, and the core of our inspiration for the exhibit which was In My Second Life, taken from the Beatles’ Song …

There are places I remember all my life
Though some have changed
Some forever, not for better
Some have gone and some remain

Over the years, a wide range of talented photographers have worked for us, including PJ Trenton, Honour McMillan, Wildstar Beaumont, Twisted Lemon, Wren Carling, Judith Lefevre, Beq Janus, GM Nikoiaidis, Stephen Venkmann, Raven Haalan, Ceejay Writer, Winona Wiefel, Paolo Bade. This installation is a tribute to their work.

We wanted to share these with you because – in our Second Lives … we loved them all.

In Our Second Lives ... we loved them all

In Our Second Lives … we loved them all

But we also wanted to issue a challenge – we will give a prize of L$5000 to the person who can identify the largest number of images in the six panels at the northern end of the Prim Perfect installation.

If more than one person has the highest score, we’ll hold a draw.

You will find all the images in Panels 2 – 6 in past issues of Prim Perfect magazine.  The images in Panel 1 (the double row on the left wall) come from the magazine and from the blog too!

How do I enter?
Visit the Prim Perfect exhibit at SL10B Astonish, and study the pictures.  Write down all the ones you know (it’s fun to do this with friends too!).

Even if you haven’t been in Second Life that long, you will be able to find older images in back issues of the magazine. And it will be a great way of learning more about the amazing builds in Second Life!

Organise the ones you can identify by Panel (1 – 6) and then from top to bottom, left to right.

When you have as many as you can identify, send a notecard labelled Prim Perfect SL10B Contest to Zadira Barzane inworld, or by email to primperfect@gmail.com.  You may not need to identify every location to win the prize – just send as many as you can!

Prim Perfect Building, created by Troy Vogel

Prim Perfect Building, created by Troy Vogel

Helpful Hints:
You will be able to find the images either in the magazines, or on the blog (a few). And you don’t even need to spend hours in the build (as miss some of the amazing builds at SL10B). You can take photos of the panels and then study them at your leisure.

Closing date for the contest is July 5th, and the results will be published in our August magazine.

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