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Golem (female), from Quixote's Dream

Golem (female), from Quixote’s Dream for Fantasy Faire 2013

Quixote’s Dream has a couple of interesting packages set out as Fantasy Faire 2013 donation items. These are full avatars including a shape, skin, eyes, and outfit. No hairstyle is required, trust me on this, but you can add your favourite to the Golem avatar if you wish.

The first is a traditionally sized Golem avatar that includes everything you need to terrorize your local village.  The second is also a Golem mesh avatar, but this one is gargantuan! It comes in two basic sizes (with variable sizes depending on your personal needs): 2X and 3X a normal avatar size. It’s difficult to show the scale of these avatars in a photo, I tried. Fortunately, there are demos available for you to try out. Wearing the  colossi Golem avatar you will get attention, people will ask questions, and you will have a hard time fitting inside a traditionally sized house.

Now go out there and frighten a few villagers.

Details

  • Golem (female), from Quixote’s Dream. Includes the skin, eyes, and clothes, and a shape (The shape used in this picture is my own).
  •  Preen – Black/Purple Tip hairstyle, from The Stringer Mausoleum
  • Pose from Musa
  • Hand Fireball from C&D Designs. Not sure if these are still available.

Top photo was taken on location at Wonder Oaks.

Quixote’s Dream  is located at M on the Lumenaria sim at Fantasy Faire 2013.

Quixote's Dream is located at M.

Lumenaria sim at Fantasy Faire 2013.

Fantasy Faire 2013 opens to the public at 6 AM on Saturday 20th.

Fantasy Faire 2013 official Blog:  http://fantasyfairesl.wordpress.com/

The Stringer Mausoleum is, dare I say, a household name in goth and alternative circles. TSM, which has been selling wonderfully different hairstyles in SL as long as I can remember, has grown into a multi-level feast for your alternative eyes on its own sim that includes a few other quirky shops.

The Stringer Mausoleum is participating in Hair Fair 2010, and has some new styles for you to check out. Yes, you heard that correctly:  NEW styles.

Robo Bambie (above and below) is a cute futuristic style that coordinates with a cute robo accessory, which I’ve shown below. But just because it’s futuristic in feel doesn’t mean you can’t go full-out goth with it.

Helena Stringer, designer and owner of The Stringer Mausoleum, has set out five new styles at Hair Fair 2010, with 2 of the styles being 50% donation items. When you purchase these products, 50% of the purchase price goes to Wigs4Kids. Yes! Great styles for you, and money to help kids battling cancer.. how cool is that? One of the donation items is a men’s style, but it, along with most of TSM’s products, is unisex.

Bonzi (shown above) is one of those styles that looks great on men or women. This mohawk moves! It’s flexi and sways softly as you move; a wonderful effect for merfolk. Horns show above are not included, but are a past gift from TSM.

Pearl Persuasion is a donation item in this exclusive colour version. Half of your purchase price goes to Wigs4Kids. This is the hair style I’ve been looking for to wear while bathing! The pearls look like bubbles piled atop my head. Don’t miss out, this will not be available when Hair Fair 2010 packs up and leaves town.

If you aren’t in the market for new styles, don’t forget that you can always donate via kiosk to Wigs4kids.

I blogged the Lost Mermaid Hunt here to let you know about it.. and there are so many hunts going on right now that I hope you’ve had time to do at least part of it. I knew I’d be busy (festival season is upon us), and I didn’t want to wait until I had time to start the hunt to tell you about it.

But now that things have slowed down (a little), and I’ve got a little free (real life) time, I’ve had time to do a some of the Lost Mermaid Hunt. There are some great gifts in this hunt, and many of them are from some of my favourite mermaid tail designers!

The only problem I can see with this hunt is that I am not going to want to discard anything. I can hear my inventory groaning in protest even as I write this!

I’ve paired these mermaid tails from the Lost Mermaid Hunt with more hairstyles from the Crazy Arse Hair Hunt for some over-the-top oceanic looks.

The hairstyle in the last picture is from the mini-hunt at The Stringer Mausoleum. The mini-hunt featured exclusive re-colours of popular TSM designs. If you want to be in on the next mini-hunt, join the subscribo.

Mermaid Tails and Hairstyles featured, starting at the top:

  1. Flex Lavender-Green Tail from Malaika Mermaids, (TLMH):   Crazy Hair Mohawk from Helter Skelter , (CAHH), Net with fish from Zohee’s Mermaid Designs, (TLMH)
  2. Battenburg Tail from Pisces II (TLMH), Hairstyle from 3636, (CAHH)
  3. Little mermaid tail from pas de Deux (TLMH), hairstyle from Vanity Hair (CAHH)
  4. Mer Glas Tail from aeNigma (TLMH), hairstyle from The Stringer Mausoleum
  5. Testing the Waters tail from TempT (TLMH), hair from The Stringer Mausoleum (mini-hunt)

I’ve been stopping by Vendom lately to try to hit the MM board there, it’s not been getting the attention it deserves lately.. and that makes me sad.

But, on the up-side (because there’s always an up-side), Vendom has a memory game. I love memory games because I have a good visual memory, and the Vendom version includes a too-friggan-cool outfit as the reward for getting the best score.

I am am feeling very Lillith in this sweet lingerie set that includes the horns, tail, wings, and shoes. You can pick up the “In the rain” mohawk  from The Stringer Mausoleum to complete the look. The mohawk is not free, but is worth ever L$ you’ll spend on it.

You can see another fabulous Vendom/TSM pairing here.

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