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posted Jan 22, 2017, 10:12 AM by Braclo Neff   [ updated Jan 28, 2017, 11:23 PM ]
Originally posted MAR 23, 2016

Greetings all!

So it has been a while since my first post. The website has changed a little and I am still tinkering now and then on it, but for now I am happy with it.

What this post is rather about is the new project I am working on in Second Life, known as Project Stage.
The project consist out of two stages, with the first stage to create a new venue for Taernoc Productions and other events we want to host, with the second stage being a new machinima.

I have decided to have the venue being a small, old, live theater that gives the overall feel that it has been abandoned for some time and a bunch of film makers have made it their home, with equipment and clutter everywhere. The stage will mostly be open, with some areas on the main floor for dancing and hanging out.

The machinima will be one crazy video with a bunch of editing made to flow with a song. The filming will feel all over the place, but I am hoping that in the end, it will make for a fun video. More details will be released over the next few weeks.

So, where is it currently at?
Well the main building has been build, placed in its home and about 50% decorated…. so actually not that far from being completely done.
As soon as that is completed, pre-production will start for the new machinima.

For anyone interested in seeing the new location, it is open, but half decorated, so feel free to drop by and let me know what you think!
You can find it here in Second Life:

Also, pictures! As I was building the venue, I took a bunch of pictures. Here is a few!

Some credits:
First, I want to credit the build that I got some inspiration and items from, the ~*S.E.*~ Theatre Eternum by ~*Souzou Eien*~ (Draconias Timeless).
This is a really nice and detailed build, but it wasn’t exactly what I was looking for, so I bought it and used the window, doors, some wall sections and decoration in my own build.

Second, a LOT of the items I have used to decorate is by Tartessos Arts (Nico Griffith)
The items are very detailed, low land impact and great prices!