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  • wendz tempest 05:54 on 25/06/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Hi everyone! I did a sort of part 2 final project thing and tried a hand at making machinima, I’m just sorry I never could figure out the technical aspect till it was too late 🙁

    this is for the What Second Life Means to Me video project (http://bit.ly/1GJe3Pw) and a lot of the clips are from MU itself ft some of your works! here’s the link:

    have a great evening and hope you all enjoy


    • Neeva 06:30 on 25/06/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Hey Wendy! Thanks for the link. I loved seeing your video. Especially the scenes from MU like laserskater’s planets, and the tentacles coming out of the sea. Your voiceover was charming. im still amazed at how creative and industrious everyone at MU has been. What a great experience.

    • Paypabak Writer 15:32 on 25/06/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Bravo! I love it. Every single resident is a creator as you say: we write a story with our avatars! MU has been such a perfect project because it included avatars as part of creativity, not just the finished products but the people who are processes in a journey of creativity.

    • Elle 18:34 on 27/06/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Enjoyable machinima, Wendz. I really liked the MU shots, especially at Trilby’s mill. I agree on the creativity.

  • wendz tempest 20:20 on 20/06/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Hi everyone 🙂 This year went by quicker than quick oats on a cold sunday morning! and I don’t like oats :/
    Although I wasn’t able to come to many of the social events at MU, I did come often to work on my blog, usually in the dead of night.

    This year, I applied to showcase a resident exhibit at SLB12 and was approved! The exhibit is called The Rooms of My Heart, and is a culmination of experiences, thoughts, and dreams that have helped me on the journey to self discovery in both worlds.


    This is experience also happens to be my final project (of a sort) for MU as I have compiled many past works (short stories, poetry) onto one central page on my blog, including visuals (the exhibit itself).

    I’m more of a lurker than anything, but I have been paying attention 😉 Class of 2015, you rock!

    Hope you all have a terrific summer and if you’re in the neighborhood I’d love to see you at the exhibit!


    • Elle 19:39 on 22/06/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Wendz,

      Your project looks very interesting. Congratulations on your SL12B exhibit!

    • rmarie 16:05 on 23/06/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Would anyone like to go on an evening SLT field trip to this, tonight (Tuesday) or tomorrow (Wednesday)? I will be on at about 7pm SLT. I will post in group.

  • wendz tempest 08:49 on 27/04/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    A-Z and a bit of poetry badumdumching

    over the last few weeks I visited numerous locations on the grid and spent this weekend completing this challenge. I was quite satisfied with the results and hope you enjoy the page.

    very elementary in my pseudo sonnet-try so please forgive my amateuress-ness lol


    • Elle 14:52 on 27/04/2015 Permalink | Reply


      That’s great! The poetry matches the pictures well. Thank you for sharing.

    • Newton 16:42 on 27/04/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Simply gorgeous!

    • Myra 20:13 on 27/04/2015 Permalink | Reply

      I love your work, wendz.

      One of the things I truly love about MU is how I’ve connected – even if it’s just through flickr – with amazing photographers like you.

      I look forward to every new photograph you post on flickr. Your use of shadows and light and scene composition is stunning and inspiring. I so want to pick your brain. And you have a great eye for fashion.

      Thank you.

    • Oona 00:56 on 28/04/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Great collection Wendz! Great job.

    • Pearl Grey 08:56 on 28/04/2015 Permalink | Reply

      I really enjoyed this collection. Thanks!

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