|Outfit - Lady of the Woods Gown by Caverna Obscura SLURL
Hair - ^;^CaTwA^;^ Tara - SLURL
Pose - [S.LOVES] FAERIE POSES FATPACK SLURL
The Marionette by Tatiana Niven SLURL
Sim - Forgotten Toys By Romy Nayar SLURL
I wanted to go someplace different for this shoot and I found it. Forgotten Toys By Romy Nayar is an art build, that is both simple but complex. I forget where I first heart of it, I believe Honour's Post Menopausal View went to it, or it might have been Prim Dolls, I heard of it first from one of them. It's also a destination guide pick . It's a follow up to an earlier work I missed. So I can't tell you anything about that.
I'm not sure what I was expecting from this build. I can tell you I was NOT expecting the doll scene in the guide image to be so HUGE. It's sim sized. The premise is your under a bed with some old forgotten toys. That may or may not be alive. I had some fun with some marbles that fall down onto you. They are physical so you can knock them about by walking into them.
There is a doll house that makes you feel really tiny. Has some odd poses in it to discover as well. I’m not really sure what some of the items you found are. gizmos and blocks and weird toys. There is a poor rag doll that you have to look high to find.
The weird bendy thing is a viewer that shows you a little scene with the giant doll. There is also a huge and TERRIFYING jack in the box. that if you click,, comes AFTER YOU. Thankfully its stuck in place but still...ARGH!
There’s several other neat things I'll let you figure out how to trigger them on your own. mwhahah
For the outfit shot I wanted to take the toy concept a bit farther and tracked down some marionette props. The set consists of small invis prims you attach to your feet hands and head and the cross beam, which you can either rez or wear. As I wanted to get them in the shot all together I had to pull back a bit more then usual. So I took a second shot closer up which you can now see.
You can see all my photos at http://softpaw.org/LJimages/SL/forgottentoys/
Next color is Brick red...which is apparently a lighter red then firebrick. Kaay
Oh and I DID go through and count neutrals vs colors. Going by what I count as neutrals its 37 colors vs 12 neutrals. So while it seems like a ton of neutrals to me, its not really. I counted the yellow shades in colors though and they give me just as much problems as neutrals so that may be why I felt it was so neutral heavy.