Since I have so much blogging to do, I figured I might as well start doing dual posts instead of holding them all for the next two weeks. Just so it doesn’t get boring, one post will be furniture, and the other will be poses!
The Vintage Fair starts on August 4th (that’s a week from today!) and Bent has a huge whack of poses exlusive over the three sims. You can find almost anything, and this year, they’ve allowed antique (pre 1920s) items for the first time!
One of the many sets that Bent is offering as a part of the Fair is Fifties Fun. It comes with six of the most playful, cute, and adorable poses I think I’ve seen from Catherine. They definitely capture the easy going and light hearted attitude of the era.
And of course, the boys aren’t left out. The James Dean set has six great greaser (think The Outsiders) inspired male poses. They’re full of the attitude you’d expect from the boys from the wrong side of the tracks, and I quite like them.
There’s a huge, incredible new release from The Loft, as I’m sure all of you have seen on flickr or in world. Colleen has joined forces with Nardya Rousselot of Nardcotix to bring as the fully furnished Wareham house, even complete with a laundry room.
I’m seriously blown away by this set. Not only does it include the cupboards, counter and various pieces of decor, but probably the most amazing washer and dryer set that I’ve ever seen on SL; it actually functions, and I’ll bet you’ve never enjoyed doing laundry until you tried this.
A click of the door opens it, and a click of the button turns it on. The washer goes through the actual cycles, making typical noises such as water filling and that shaking racket. The washer has particle bubbles, and both machines actually spin. I seriously sat here and just played with it for a few minutes.
And because I’m an idiot and didn’t even check so I never got pictures, the machines have animations, too! You can load the machine, fold your clothes, and chill out on top while you wait for the cycles to end. Definitely worth a peek in world.
I have more from the Wareham house for the next few days, but be warned, it’s a HUGE post.