A pause for a personal ad: landscaping and design

Our home: Isla Pey – click any circle to view image / enter slide show

One of the things I’ve always enjoyed doing in Second Life is landscaping. I’ve done so on both a parcel basis with the properties I’ve had and still have in Second Life and with for parcels held by friends. I’ve also designed assorted regions – most notably, Holly Kai Park, which is still open to public visits.

As a result of this, I’ve built up a good library of landscaping sets from various designers, and gained a good familiarity with designers work as well – so I’m pretty well placed to provide advice on what to buy, what to mix’n’match (so you have full control of the finished design).

Holly Kai Park – click any circle to view image / enter slide show

So, this being the case, I’ve decided to test the waters and offer my abilities to those who would like to have the regions or – most particularly, their home parcels – landscaped.

I don’t intend to make this a full-time thing, and may not be able to fulfil all requests, however, if you are interested, feel free to contact me in-world via note card (please, no requests via the comments section!) and we can discuss ideas and terms.

In the meantime, the embedded slide shows will, I hope, demonstrate some of my work. Simply click on any of the images in the circles to see a full version, and scroll through each set.

“Impression”, LEA 6, 2016 – click any circle to view image / enter slide show

And as the saying goes, “we now return you to our regular broadcasts” – or in this case, articles 🙂 .

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