Saturday, December 29, 2007
Written 29 December, 2007
My old barrels seem to be popular on SL Exchange, so I had a thought: why not make an old crate.
I mean, how hard could it to to make a crate? Four sides. Top. Bottom. Done.
But I tend to get carried away.
I did make a simple one-prim crate which I think I'll set for sale on SLEX, but what I wound up with were eight pallets loaded with crates of fruits and vegetables with vintage artwork on the sides.
The ninth is a pallet from the Roaring 20s, complete with a crate with the top slid aside to reveal a cache of magnum-sized bottles of Dom Perignon, vintage 1916 and a half-orange on the top with a knife stuck through it. All Chey-built.
That's me in a roaring 20s outfit. You'll have to read the Flights of Fancy blog (I will be posting there later toniight) to see why I decided to become a flapper.
Posted by Cheyenne Palisades at 9:07 PM