Archive: 2009


Designers United III


I was invited to take part in the third edition of Designers United event, yay!
Designers United is a week long fashion event featuring exclusively created products from a group of talented designers, based on a theme. Each designer has created items specifically for this project, and they will only be available for sale for a limited period of time.
This time the theme is 'vaudeville', and the event starts tomorrow (28th of December) at midnight SL time. The event place is 'Le quartier des boutiques' (thank you very much Polina Kaestner).

Designers United III

It's amazing how the designers interpreted this month theme and created so many beautiful and inspiring items! My item for the event is Vaudeville Poker!

[MAGIC NOOK] Vaudeville Poker DU<3

I also made a little cheapie neon, as it might be useful for pictures.

[MAGIC NOOK] Vaudeville Neon DU<3

I hope to see you at the event!

Participant List:
Anexx
Boing Fromage
Casa CheerNo
chicada by nilGiha
Couverture
DADA
Dollita
Duboo
Equus
Hair OH
Kyoot Army
LaGyo
LG Femme
LMK
Madsy
Magic Nook
MijnT
MilkMotion
Ohmai
Oi-Ei
Oyakin
Pig
Plastik
Royal Blue
RunoRuno
Scribble
Singing Moth
Split Pea
SugarCube
Tacky Star
This is a Fawn
Tiny Bird
Tres Blah
Turnip
Twosome
Tyranny
Veschi
Waffles!
/ME
50Flats

Blogger List:
dango Jewell
Nina Fessbeinder
Puma Jie
Vanity Esparza
Lili Brink
Galliano Boucher

Big thanks for Lu Waffle & Nil Giha for their awesome work and support throughout all the preparations! <3


Merry Christmas


Merry Christmas

Dear readers, I wish you a very happy Christmas, lots of warm atmosphere and cheerful moments with your family and friends, awesome gifts from Santa Claus, a fantastic New Year's Eve party and a happy, healthy, prosperous, joyful and successful new year! I hope however you spend your holidays, you have great time! Eat delicious food, laugh a lot and share love and happiness with people around you.


New release: cute mugs!


Yay, I made some cute mugs with delicious hot drinks! You can choose tea, espresso, cappuccino, cocoa or steamed milk - with a single easy click in mug menu.

[MAGIC NOOK] Mugs

[MAGIC NOOK] Mugs - Animations

[MAGIC NOOK] Mugs - 5 drinks

There are lots of designs to choose from, each costing only 25L$! You can buy separate mugs or a fatpack for 250L$ - and with the fatpack you get a cute one-prim sculpted shabby mug rack for FREE, yay!

There are two types of mugs - with drinks, and just empty one-prim mugs for decorating purposes! You get both types with your purchase, wee! :)

The mugs are scripted with 'holding' and 'drinking' animations. They attach to right hand, but feel free to reattach them somewhere else, eg. forearm (to keep nails or rings on). Make a copy of the mug before doing so, just in case.

If you want to send the mugs as a gift to someone, just IM me! :) I'll try to list them on XStreet soon, so that the gifting is easier, but for now my stuff on XStreet is a total mess and I need to take care of that first ;)

TP to the shop and see the mugs in person!


Rebranding (kind of)


I've been thinking a lot lately about my business in SL and I decided to move all my products from Imagimations (the animations/poses store) and dell arte (the furniture and decor store) back under the Magic Nook brand. I realised it's hard and time-consuming to keep up with three brands, and it doesn't really work well for me. The shop logo went through some little changes, and I made a new shop building, yay! Come and see!

[MAGIC NOOK] New Building

And even more changes are coming! I am in the process of redesigning all my products for better - writing new scripts, sometimes creating new textures and adding some complementary items into boxes. I'll be switching from no copy/transfer model to copy/no transfer (with gifting available through Xstreet SL) because I noticed a lot of IMs asking for my items with different permissions. I am making all these changes because I want higher quality and a better shopping experience for my customers.

It's a lot of work though, so please excuse the mess while I move things around. It may take a while, as I'm quite busy in RL, and I may also want to release some new products, so everything will be changed gradually.

The redesigned items have new vendors so you will easily recognize them this way. Two items have already been redesigned:

Magic 8-Ball

[MAGIC NOOK] Magic 8-Ball

A fun, shiny, scripted Magic 8-Ball for easier decision-making ;) And a complementary Magic 8-Ball chair! And Magic 8-Ball pose prop! Male and female versions!


Personal Workout Mat

[MAGIC NOOK] Personal Workout Mat

It's a fun menu-driven workout mat for all avvies that want to loose a few pixels ;) You can choose from 9 types of exercises, 11 colour textures and 3 access modes. A scripted bottle of water is included for FREE - male and female version!


If you want something from my store but it's not redesigned yet - don't wait with your purchase. Buy the item and enjoy it, and once the new version is ready, I will gladly exchange it. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

To make up for all this mess I will make a freebie available in the store very soon, for all of you to enjoy. Join my update group (click any terminal at the store), so that you don't miss the gift. It's almost ready and I think you will like it ^^ But first, I want to release two products that has been waiting in my inventory for quite a while. They will be out as soon as I make vendors for them.

Let me know what you think about all these changes!


Second Life promo machinima by ILL Clan!


There was a tweet today @SecondLife about a new promo video made by ILL Clan Animation Studio for Linden Lab - and, oh wow, it rocks! Just see for yourself (double-click the movie to watch a bigger version on YouTube):



Then I noticed there were other videos I haven't seen, also by ILL Clan, so I'm embedding them here, cause it's totally worth to watch them. Awesome!






Fashion: Something warm


Another fashion post, yay, cause I received a lot of awesome gifts and I wanted to share the look!

Fashion: Something warm

Outfit details:
  • Sweater dress: Fishy Strawberry (Cuddle Maxipull / in Beige)
  • Tights: Reale (Lace Tights / in White / FREE at the shop)
  • Belt: Fri.day (Wide Waist Belt / in Tan (part of Browns pack) / tinted: R: 233, G: 189, B: 189)
  • Necklace and earrings: Mandala (Pearl Rain Jewelry Set / in Rose pink)
  • Hair accessory: Fuel (Flowery peacock / heavily edited by me / old freebie, not available anymore)
  • Bag: Creamshop (Madrid - leather weave bag / in Champan)
  • Shoes: KAO (Suede Fringe Boots / in Pink)
  • Lashes: [glow] Studio (Flutter lashes / Feather godess)
  • Hair: 3636 (Anna / in Brown / tinted R: 211, G: 206, B: 206)
  • First pose: [glow] Studio (I'm a Fashion Victim Set 1 / Im working so hard)
  • Second pose: [glow] Studio (Deep Breath Set / The Truth)


Happy third rezday to me!


Wow, three years in SL and I'm still enjoying it :) I was wondering how to celebrate my rezday this year and finally decided to take the Poppins Challenge. It's a little SL tradition to jump on your rezday from the sky, naked, with an umbrella, as a symbol of 'jumping into the unknown world of Second Life'. I decided to jump in Murray region - it's the sim I rezzed in after Orientation Island and it was my home location for a long time. There's no welcome area there anymore, but it's still a place close to my avatar's pixel heart :) I covered myself in flowers (since it's PG area) and jumped!

Rez Day Poppins Challenge 1

Rez Day Poppins Challenge 2

Rez Day Poppins Challenge 3

Rez Day Poppins Challenge 4

Rez Day Poppins Challenge 5

It was kinda refreshing :)


Fashion: At work


Just a classy look with a little Halloween accent ;)

Fashion: At work

Outfit details:
  • Sweater: Maitreya (Jam Hoody / in Red / worn without the hood)
  • Shirt: Barcode (Collared Undershirt, part of Mom Sweater Orange / FREE Subscribo Gift)
  • Skirt: LeLutka (Solange skirt / in Dark)
  • Tights: Savvy? (Manna Faux-Tights, part of Manna outfit / tinted: R: 219, G: 163, B: 133)
  • Necklace: +plus (Amy Necklace / attached to spine / tinted R: 172, G: 117, B: 84)
  • Brooch: Caol Ila (Pumpkin Brooch 2009 / FREE at the shop)
  • Bag: Bare@Rose (Bellissima 09 / in Brown)
  • Shoes: Redgrave (Boots / in Black-Leather)
  • Lashes: [glow] Studio (Flutter lashes / Madam Butterfly)
  • Hair: Fri.day (Jasmine / in Timid Brown)
PS. I love this hairstyle, especially the back side!


The Corn Field


Aaaaah, finally! I've been to THE CORN FIELD! I wanted to do that ever since I learned about its existence. Quick info for those of you who never heard of it:
The Corn Field is a region of mythological status where once naughty avatars were sent to think about what they had done. "The corn field" is a vast star-lit field of corn and was cut off from communication with the rest of the world (a reference to the classic Twilight Zone episode, "It's a Good Life").

Source: Second Life Wiki
Since bad avatars are not sent to The Corn Field anymore and it stayed closed to the public, noone could actually visit it. People only knew about its existence from a single post of an avatar that was once sent there. However, it was opened for October 28-30 this year, yay! It's decorated for Halloween, but I don't mind - my curiosity is sooo satisfied :)

The Corn Field is fun to explore.

The Corn Field 1

The Corn Field 2

But once it gets dark, it can be quite spooky ^^

The Corn Field 3

I won't spoil the fun for you, you have to go and explore yourself, but be aware that almost all the Lindens you'll meet there are zombies. Also, Mia Linden is the most scaaaarrryyyyyy. And if you have a feeling that Lexie Linden is watching and following you, but when you turn around she's not there... SHE IS FOLLOWING YOU! Have fun :)


More than a canvas, more than a train


Have you seen AM Radio's Surface build yet? There's a wheat field surrounded by green hills, and a rich countryside scenery spreads as far as the horizon. A train is standing in the middle of this rural area and the atmosphere reminds me of an old farm. It would just be a pretty location like many other in SL, if not for one cool innovative idea: you can actually paint grafitti on the train! Well, the painting itself happens on a website, but once the picture is sent to project's Flickr stream, it appears on the train in-world as well - through SL media. Creative!

Train 01

Train 02

Train 03

Click here for a TP and try it yourself, it's fun :)


Fresh logo for Snowglobe


About a month ago Linden Lab launched a contest on 99designs with the intention of finding a fresh new logo for the Snowglobe viewer. I must say I was very curious about the winning design. Reaching to the community for a product logo instead of hiring a professional may bring unexpected results - either in a positive or a negative way. 99designs is a group focused around design, but it's still risky to use online service like this, since a logo is not merely a graphic element but a part of company and product identity. It does give you an idea on how much Linden Lab appreciate the power behind a community nonetheless.

The winner was chosen and I definitely want the new logo on my desktop :) Just look at the old logo and the new one.

Snowglobe logo - old and new

I like how the new one refers to Linden Lab logo, the Snowglobe itself and the primitive cube. I'm not very fond of the bold contour but I still like this design and definitely prefer the new colours. It's fresh, vivid and 'juicy', it's simple, and what's more important - it's memorable and versatile.

You can see the rest of the entries on the contest page. There were some interesting designs worth seeing. Also, take a look at the cute ones with hippos: here, here and here :) Awww... ^^ They're too complex to become logos, but they're so adorable.

So what do you think about the new logo? Which entry would you call your personal favourite?


New shoes


I came across this fun machinima by Tommylee Nightfire and I just had to share it. Colorful, hilarious and cute. Also, nice and creative idea for the ending part of the clip :)



Ayumi's necklace


My friend Agnieszka has made some jewellery that is named after me! Whee! :) I really like it when designers do that ^^

Ayumi's necklace is a lovely neck adornment featuring a flower with delicate strings, and polished pendants.


Ayumi's Necklace by Agnieszka Allstar

It comes in four colour versions, and you get a matching bracelet with your purchase. The sets are available on Xstreet SL:
When you're there, check out other jewellery sets by Agnieszka :)

In case you are interested in the sunglasses I'm wearing, these are Hepburn sunglasses from [glow] Studio.


Two years ;)


It feels like I just posted the One year blog anniversary post, and today it's already two years. I'm really glad that after so much blogging I still have a lot of ideas to write about, and what's more important, that people find it interesting to read and comment. I love coments, so keep them coming! :)

One year ago I wrote that it would be cool to have 1000 visitors monthly - I achieved that about two weeks ago, when I published The ultimate guide to prim twisting. It was posted on the official Second Life blog (thank you, Torley!), on Massively (thank you, Tateru!) and on many personal blogs of SL residents (thank you, thank you, thank you!). It quickly brought more than 6000 unique visitors to my blog in just 14 days! That's fantastic!

My blog: previous twelve months
Unique vistors: previous twelve months

Let me now share some statistics.

Readers
I've got about 100 regular followers that I know about (there might be more, I only know of those who read my blog through Google Reader and the 'follow thingie' on Blogger). As to daily visits on the blog, after the wave of 6000 new readers that I mentioned earlier in this post, the visits stabilized at 200 unique visitors daily.

My blog: previous thirty days
Unique visitors: previous thirty days

I know it might not stay this way forever, but why not make things a bit challenging? ;) I'm setting a goal for this blogging year to keep (or increase) the 200 visitors daily. It won't be easy but I hope you guys will help me with this goal by coming here often and commenting my posts a lot :)


Readers location
My blog: readers location
A snapshot from today's visits: country share

My blog: continent share
A snapshot from today's visits: continent share

A bit more diversified than last year, which is great!

My most popular posts
Finally, I'd like to thank everyone who contributed to this blog through commenting and sending me IMs, items and other fun stuff in-world. You, my dear readers, make all this writing worthwhile :)

Time for some cake! Cheers!

Two years of blogging


The ultimate guide to prim twisting [UPDATE]


[UPDATE: July 30, 2009] The guide was featured at Massively and the official Second Life blog! Thank you!

[UPDATE: September 12, 2009] I corrected a few mistakes over time (thanks for the head-ups everyone), so if something didn't work for you, try again now :)

Aah, prims. Plywood shapes that magically turn into the most beautiful SL builds. Yes, those prims know how to twist and shout! ... Wait, wh... what?! ... I'm talking about prim twisting - shaping prims into unusual shapes. Prim magic!


We've got sculpties in SL now, which means almost any prim shape is possible without big prim cost. But back then, before sculpties rocked SL, you needed different methods - you needed methods that worked with regular prims. These methods were discovered by early SL residents and sometimes kept secret (the famous one prim double knot for example). I think even the most advanced builder/sculpter should know the basics. You should never underestimate the power of regular prims. That's why I'm giving you this ultimate guide to prim twisting. Every item shown here is only one prim!

00 Tutorial overview

Enjoy, comment and share with friends :)


Leaf

01 Leaf
  • Rez a sphere
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.250 and Z=0.370
  • Set Path Cut to: B=0.000 and E=0.500
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Twist to: B=180 and E=-180

Two leaves

02 Two leaves
  • Rez a sphere
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.300 and Z=0.300
  • Set Path Cut to: B=0.700 and E=1.000
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Twist to: B=360 and E=47
  • Set Dimple to B=0.100 and E=0.950 (use these two options to differentiate leaves sizes)

Flat leaf / raindrop

03 Flat leaf/raindrop
  • Rez a sphere
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.500 and Z=0.010
  • Set Twist to: B=360 and E=-360
  • Set Dimple to B=0.000 and E=0.050
  • If you want to have a flat leaf contour, set Hollow to: 85.0

Claw

04 Claw
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=0.430, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Path Cut to: B=0.500 and E=1.000
  • Set Taper to: X=1.00 and Y=1.00

Flower I

05 Flower I
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.070, Y=0.350 and Z=0.350
  • Set Twist to: B=-360 and E=360
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.50

Flower II

06 Flower II
  • Rez a sphere
  • Set Size to: X=0.010, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Twist to: B=360 and E=-360
  • Set Dimple to: B=0.000 and E=0.050

Ribbon I

07 Ribbon I
  • Rez a sphere
  • Set Size to: X=0.010, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Twist to: B=-360 and E=360
  • Set Dimple to: B=0.700 and E=1.000

Ribbon II

08 Ribbon II
  • Rez a sphere
  • Set Size to: X=0.035, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Path Cut to: B=0.130 and E=0.870
  • Set Hollow to: 50.0
  • Set Twist to: B=-360 and E=360
  • Set Dimple to: B=0.450 and E=0.550

Infinity symbol

09 Infinity symbol
  • Rez a sphere
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.500 and Z=0.010
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Twist to: B=0 and E=-360
  • Set Dimple to: B=0.000 and E=0.050

Spring I

10 Spring I
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=0.100, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Skew to: 0.80
  • Set Twist to: B=-18 and E=0
  • Set Hole Size to: X=0.70 and Y=0.05
  • Set Taper to: X=1.00 and Y=0.00
  • Set Radius to: 1 (but it will change to 0.947, so you can also just put this number in)
  • Set Revolutions to: 2.50

Spring II

11 Spring II
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.300 and Z=0.300
  • Set Skew to: 0.80
  • Set Hole Size to: X=0.10 and Y=0.05
  • Set Revolutions to: 4.00

Spring III

12 Spring III
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=1.000, Y=0.150 and Z=0.150
  • Set Skew to: 0.45
  • Set Twist to: B=360 and E=-360
  • Set Hole Size to: X=0.15 and Y=0.05
  • Set Revolutions to: 4.00

String

13 String
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=2.300, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Hollow to: 80.0
  • Set Skew to: 0.80
  • Set Twist to: B=360 and E=360
  • Set Hole Size to: X=0.05 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.180 and E=0.200
  • Set Taper to: X=0.00 and Y=0.50
  • Set Revolutions to: 4.00

Knot

14 Knot
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=2.500, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Skew to: 0.95
  • Set Twist to: B=-90 and E=360
  • Set Hole Size to: X=0.05 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.180 and E=0.200
  • Set Revolutions to: 4.00

Double knot

15 Double knot
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=2.500, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Skew to: 0.95
  • Set Twist to: B=-360 and E=360
  • Set Hole Size to: X=0.05 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.180 and E=0.200
  • Set Taper to: X=0.00 and Y=0.50
  • Set Revolutions to: 4.00

Light bulb wire

16 Light bulb wire
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.010, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Skew to: 0.95
  • Set Twist to: B=-180 and E=360
  • Set Hole Size to: X=0.05 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.000 and E=0.250
  • Set Revolutions to: 3.00

Wave

17 Wave
  • Rez a ring
  • Set Size to: X=0.700, Y=0.350 and Z=0.010
  • Set Skew to: 0.95
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.05
  • Set Revolutions to: 2.00

Column I

18 Column I
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.230 and Z=0.230
  • Set Hollow to: 95
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.000 and E=0.500

Column II

19 Column II
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.230 and Z=0.230
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.250 and E=1.000

Column III

20 Column III
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.750, Y=0.300 and Z=0.300
  • Set Hollow to: 80.0
  • Set Hollow Shape to: Circle
  • Set Hole Size to: X=0.70 and Y=0.40
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.450 and E=0.800

Nail

21 Nail
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.300, Y=0.300 and Z=0.300
  • Set Hollow to: 75.0
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.400 and E=0.750

Stake

22 Stake
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Hollow to: 75.0
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.500 and E=0.750

Pencil

23 Pencil
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=1.000, Y=0.350 and Z=0.350
  • Set Hollow to: 85.0
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.650 and E=0.750

Torch holder

24 Torch holder
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.100 and Z=0.100
  • Set Hollow to: 60.0
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.500 and E=1.000

Bar table

25 Bar table
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.500 and Z=0.500
  • Set Hollow to: 85.0
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.250 and E=0.850

Table lamp

26 Table lamp
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.400 and Z=0.400
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.200 and E=0.850

Desk lamp top

27 Desk lamp top
  • Rez a ring
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.250 and Z=0.250
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Twist to: B=-36 and E=-36
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.45
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.000 and E=0.600

Trumpet

28 Trumpet
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=0.700, Y=0.250 and Z=0.250
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.45
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.00 and E=0.300

Thin flat paper

29 Thin flat paper
  • Rez a cube
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.400 and Z=0.010
  • Set Slice to: B=0.490 and E=0.510

Curled paper

30 Curled paper
  • Rez a cylinder
  • Set Size to: X=0.450, Y=0.170 and Z=0.500
  • Set Path Cut to: B=0.550 and E=0.900
  • Set Hollow to: 95.0
  • Set Twist to: B=27 and E=0
  • Set Top Shear to: X=0.15 and Y=-0.10

Tiny cube

31 Tiny cube
  • Rez a cube
  • Set Size to: X=0.010, Y=0.010 and Z=0.010
  • Set Path Cut to: B=0.625 and E=0.875
  • Set Slice to: X=0.500 and Y=1.000

Tiny cylinder

32 Tiny cylinder
  • Rez a cylinder
  • Set Size to: X=0.010, Y=0.010 and Z=0.100
  • Set Taper to: X=1.00 and Y=1.00
  • Set Slice to: X=0.490 and Y=0.510

Tiny prism

33 Tiny prism
  • Rez a cube
  • Set Size to: X=0.010, Y=0.010 and Z=0.010
  • Set Path Cut to: B=0.565 and E=0.695
  • Set Slice to: X=0.250 and Y=0.750

Tiny ring I

34 Tiny ring I
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=0.010, Y=0.010 and Z=0.010
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.05
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.730 and E=0.750

Tiny ring II

35 Tiny ring II
  • Rez a ring
  • Set Size to: X=0.010, Y=0.010 and Z=0.010
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.05
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.180 and E=0.200

Tiny zircon

36 Tiny zircon
  • Rez a sphere
  • Set Size to: X=0.010, Y=0.010 and Z=0.010
  • Set Hollow to: 70.0
  • Set Dimple to: B=0.850 and E=1.000

20m disc

37 20m disc
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=10.000 and Z=10.000
  • Set Twist to: B=90 and E=90
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.05

Framed picture

38 Framed picture
  • Rez a cube
  • Set Size to: X=0.500, Y=0.500 and Z=0.025
  • Set Taper to: X=0.25 and Y=0.25

3 faces display panel

39 3 faces display panel
  • Rez a cube
  • Set Size to: X=0.900, Y=0.500 and Z=0.010
  • Set Taper to: X=0.65 and Y=0.00

5 faces display panel

40 5 faces display panel
  • Rez a tetrahedron
  • Set Size to: X=0.010, Y=1.750 and Z=0.500
  • Set Path Cut to: B=0.200 and E=0.800
  • Set Hollow to: 67.0
  • Set Taper to: X=0.00 and Y=0.00

    If you can't figure out how to set textures on the panels, check Shifter Gynoid's comment below. He explains nicely what you need to do to display these textures correctly.

5 rings target with a hole

41 5 rings target with a hole
  • Rez a ring
  • Set Size to: X=0.015, Y=0.700 and Z=0.700
  • Set Hollow to: 70.0
  • Set Hollow Shape to: Triangle
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.200 and E=0.800

5 rings target (no hole)

42 5 rings target (no hole)
  • Rez a torus
  • Set Size to: X=0.015, Y=0.700 and Z=0.700
  • Set Hollow to: 30.0
  • Set Hole Size to: X=0.15 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.125 and E=0.900

4 rings target

43 4 rings target
  • Rez a tube
  • Set Size to: X=0.015, Y=0.700 and Z=0.700
  • Set Hollow to: 50.0
  • Set Hollow Shape to: Triangle
  • Set Hole Size to: X=1.00 and Y=0.50
  • Set Profile Cut to: B=0.000 and E=0.800