Showing posts with label Building Classes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Building Classes. Show all posts

Sunday, February 05, 2017

Belgrave Square Sandbox





-= BETA TESTING - This is a new complimentary service being added to London City =-
-= Applications, comments and feedback to Torric Rodas please =-

Sandbox with 3 hour auto-return.  You must have "London City Plus" group Active to use this Sandbox.

A supplementary level of access to London City, such as the ability to rez objects within the London City West Region

To be a member of this group you must:
* be known to us
* be trustworthy and responsible
* be a regular visitor and participant
* have payment info on file
* be 30 days old or more
* know what you're doing
* have no previous governance issues within the London City Estate.

Please clean up after yourself.  No weapons testing, no heavy scripts or massive objects.  Build on the ground!

If you rez vehicles, bear in mind they will be at the mercy of Auto-return in other regions.  Please do not drive vehicles in pedestrian areas.

Location:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/London%20City%20West/194/141/23

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Building Classes in London City Sandbox




Learning to build in SL can be one of the most daunting experiences inside of this world.

Many of us find it easier to buy something ready made and often pay a lot of money for something that is actually quite straight forward to make, if only we knew how.

Ruby Jones (RubyJones) is now holding regular building lessons, twice a week on Mondays and Tuesdays in the London City Sandbox, inside the Houses of Parliament at 2.30am SL (10.30am UK).

Ruby is patient and helpful and gets a genuine thrill from passing on her skills to others.
During her research into what people needed, she discovered that far from the majority of people needing advanced lessons, they needed help and confidence in building basic prim designs.

On the day I attended it was a Beginners Class and we were all taught how to create a swing chair.

Whilst not a masterpeice I was quite pleased with the outcome.  I recommend that no one be shy about lacking the ability to build, no matter how long you have been in SL.  Ruby is endlessly kind, encouraging and gives great advice and practical demonstrations of things that all of us can make.

If you are interested in learning to build, why not pop along to the next class.   If you're really shy, you are most welcome to just watch, but I bet you get bitten by the bug and can't resist getting involved.

Why not pop along on any Monday or Tuesday at 2.30am SL and see for yourself?
http://slurl.com/secondlife/London%20City3/160/163/23