Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Sunrise at Cotton's Dystopia














Cotton's rendition of the "Hear no evil, Speak no evil, See no evil" monkeys, with very artistic prim manipulations and curves.

Although there is no associated event, I wanted to bring to your attention a wonderful place created by Cottonteil Muromachi. I'm calling it "wonderful" because it is one of the few places in SL that manage to convey a powerful emotion in such a compelling way.

Cottonteil Muromachi, sitting and contemplating dystopia.

Cotton's Dystopia isn't a cheerful place, but it is beautiful in its architecture and composition. The weathered walls and mossy covered water sides encompass a land that opens towards the inside. It's unsettling and barren. The artwork now placed around the center gives the viewer's gaze something to embrace, like an unspoken promise of hope. I hope she decides to keep it there. :)















I encourage you, if you haven't seen this place yet, to visit it and be ready for an amazing journey within.

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7 Comments:

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10 February, 2011 08:57  
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