Tuesday, March 1, 2011

The Humble Prim

Miss Veleda Lorakeet recently held a contest to honor the humble prim. Entries had to contain but a single prim, but had no other restrictions - the creator's imagination (and the limits of Second Life itself) were the only boundaries. Miss Lorakeet currently has the entries displayed at her Emphatic Eccentricia location in Caledon Tamrannoch.

The sign in the entranceway displays the well-known poem, "The Humble Prim":
For want of a prim the hammer was lost
For want of a hammer the nail was lost
For want of a nail the build was lost
For want of a build the sim was lost
And all for the want of a humble prim.

The winning entry was from Professor Bodhisatva Paperclip:

Other intriguing entries included Chairman Mao, by M. Laughton Tchailenov:

A very humble (not to mention shy and retiring) prim, by Miss Glorf Blumer:

An aquarium:

Several entries are scripted, so click and see what happens! The entries will continue to be displayed for several more days.

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