See this couch. Its 3 prims. The tables behind it and in front of the camera are 1 prim each. The lamp there is sculpty, and 2 prims. The set comes with a chair also, for another 3 prims. All copy and modify.
This is the kind of prim count we’re used to from sculpty furniture. But on the level of detail we’re used to from prim furniture.
But it gets better. This bench is 3 prim:
– Its just amazing to look at. Something like this on prims would be pretty costly. Vaguely possible on sculpty, but in mesh its just a clean package.
And take a look at this 3 prim shelf:
Which since it is modify, I think I’ll need to scale down.
These items are from Organica, and there’s a lot more where they came from. The shop is mostly known for its plants and floating sculpty sky islands. But it looks like they’ve been busy branching out into a few more areas.
This is mesh done right – efficient modeling which results in very low prim costs once brought into Second Life, but with a very appealing look. The items are also well scripted with some engaging sit animations.
Check it out, and if you make furniture, get up to speed; because this stuff is coming. 🙂
Oh and my avatar up there, she’s wearing this:
SFW Mesh skirt and blouse.
dDx Jocasta hair.
Slightly modified the hair to cover human ears so it would work with a neko.
Neko parts are taken from the Dark Spot Designs Ocelot and the [AX] Neko Cat.
Bought new eyes for the first time since 2009 – By Snow Hybrid Eyes in violet.