MoShang Zhao recap: Party on the pier!

Isolde Flamand suggested that we try holding the MoShang Zhao show on the pier at Oyster Bay, and her sense was dead-on. What fun!

I rezzed a Madcow Cosmos dance platform, “Cancer’s Revenge” featuring a massive blue crab, for MoShang. Then I just moved a couple things around and we were good to go!

MoShang puts on such a great show. Lots of interacting with the crowd, fantastic beats and an “electronic wind instrument” that allows him to create just about any sound he wants!

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HIDDEN STARAX!: David and Goliath, Kong!

As part of the inworld component of the Second Life Community Convention, Crescent Moon Museum owner Tayzia Abbatoir asked that Oyster Bay show some of Starax Statosky’s finest works during this period.  So we held out until now, bringing you two hallmark pieces, David and Goliath and Kong.

David and Goliath’s texturing makes photo renditions a little tough (and personal visits inworld to these masterpieces are always suggested), but I think these snapshots help offer a sense of this 328-prim construction:

Here’s Daedalus Young’s treatment of the piece:

And for some reason, the Vig Theory correlating the “coolness” of an SL sculpture to its ability to be sat upon really shines through with David and Goliath.  Check out those photos, as well as the Kong shots, after the fold:

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