Sunday, July 17, 2016

Great Second Life Destinations: Kekeland - Continental Charm on 1/3 of a Sim

Designer Terry Fotherington has managed to get a tremendous amount of design into Kekeland, a 21,504 square meter region feature-packed destination that resides on 1/3 of the Zoey island region. My first reaction was one of disbelief that I was not visiting a full region. An arrival street leads into a seaside village square and residential courtyards - all fronting a sim-wide beachfront. A lighthouse and houseboats add to the oceanfront charm. There is great charm and late 20th century design here, with both European Continental and Americana inspired design featured. This is a gorgeous destination and one that I highly recommend for anyone interested in learning how to pack  a maximum amount of design in limited space.

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