Yes, it’s another busy day for talks here at the Prim Perfect Pavilion on Home Expo 13 with three Meet the Designer talks with a variety of people participating! First, at 2pm, we have Isla Gealach of CheekyPea, who will be talking to Rowan Derryth, as will Troy Vogel of Mission Home Store, who will be appearing at 4.30pm. And finally, at 6pm, we have Raeyn Sirnah of Weekend Salvage. It’s all making for an exciting day!
Islea Gealach is the owner of not only the intriguingly named CheekyPea, but also of The Nest, that beautiful sim that acts as a showcase for the work of many of Second life’s finest home and garden designers. Isla featured in the September 2011 issue of Prim Perfect as our Designer of the Month, so you can read more there – and then come to the talk and learn about what she’s been up to since that!
Talking of Designers of the Month, our next guest, Troy Vogel of Mission Home Store, is the Designer of the Month in our current issue, where we celebrate not only the style and beauty of his creations, but also an association with Prim Perfect magazine that goes back five years, to our very first issue!
And finally, at six pm, we will be talking to Raeyn Sirnah of Weekend Salvage. Raeyn will be talking about finding real world inspiration for inworld creations or – as he says – “If you never thought you could be a builder because you don’t know the software and technical aspects of sculpts, textures, and animations, it’s easier than you think.”
We have a very full programme of Designers appearing at our Pavilion over the ten days of the Expo, every day at 2pm and 4pm (with a couple of talks at 12 noon and 4.30 pm. You’ll be able to see the full schedule, and details of the other events we are planning (including the peace lantern release and the Blue Willow mini-hunt), on this blog shortly.
And don’t forget our daily release of Chinese Peace Lanterns every day at 4pm on the Prim Perfect stage area on Home Expo 13. Everyone is welcome to join us and release lanterns for friends and comrades – both those we cherish with us, and those who we have lost. Come along, set your viewer to sunset (as in the jigsaw) or midnight, and release you own lanterns! You can read more about it here.