Okay, I so totally want my own galactic shuttle. Wonder if it would make a good house?
Fictional views on the real world. Real views on fictional worlds.
As if there's a difference ...
Slowly accumulating a store front inside the hexagon house in Tipsico.
At some point the furniture will be replaced by things I've made that are for sale. But for now I don't have much that goes with the theme except the modernist kotatsu.
The hexagon house was specifically designed to sit on a slope or a ridge line, meaning it is perfectly suited to the terrain of Tipsico.
I also bought up a good chunk of the ridge line in an attempt to de-flatten the sim, lots of which got leveled into 512 flat plot. Leads to a very strange geography along the ridge, where the old slope was close to 45 degrees.
No, the big thing next to it is not on my property. It is a house belonging to an old timer that was very well done for its time. Though there is a little pixel panic.
Just deleted the last of of World of Warcraft characters today. A level 80 pally I have had for years.
Yep, those who know their gear, know this is an old shot of her, but still my favorite.
The game was just too easy an escape from doing all the things I could be doing with my life. I don't really need to be living in other people's fantasy worlds when I have so many of my own. This way there is no going back.
It still hurts though.
Amazing the emotional attachments we can develop to such ephemeral things.
I'm going to crawl under the covers and cry some more.
I am working on a new addition to the fleet.
Okay, so the big airship is still not and done probably never will be, but the smaller ones are easier to work with (and complete).
More pics another time.
Sometimes the blind leading the blind is a good thing, after all, who better to have a handle on the obstacles that need to be dealt with.