Friday, April 4, 2014

Great Second Life Destinations: The Baroque Splendor of Mont Saint Bruno

Mont Saint Bruno is part of a group of several historic sims that cover a range of European and American eras. The architecture of most of the buildings relies on heavy textures on prim- economical  two-dimensional surfaces. Buildings appear a bit flat at first, but when you realize the amount of construction and see the impact of the entire "city" it works. Mont Saint Bruno is reminiscent of the baroque and rococo periods from in the 17th and 18th centuries -- reminiscent of places such as Vienna and Munich in central Europe.  Highly recommended for a visit, particularly for those who like to see historic virtualizations.

I took all photographs using  The Bentham Windlight Sky Setting.

To Visit:

You can purchase many of the buildings on the Second Life Marketplace:

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