The building part is done, now the boring stuff begins.
I’m also working on an shop where I am going to ‘sell’ all kinds of buildings I have made in the past. This building will be on sale soon.
Now begins the boring part: searching through my inventory for club stuff I have made. Light systems, dance-floors, DJ-booths, etc. When I find stuff, I have to test them, check the permissions, make a picture for the vendor, package it, adjust the vendor config notecard, etc, etc.
Back in the hyping days of Secondlife™, me (Oddy) and a couple of friends started a (very basic) guitar museum on the SL grid. I was active on OSgrid back then, and asked on the OSgrid forum if someone could help me with a script we could use for displaying, and sharing info about guitar players. I got some help from the Opensim community, some opensim folks actually went back to SL to visit the guitar museum!!
We started to grow in land size, guitar player info boards, visitor counts and all of a sudden we had RL guitar players performing on saturday evening/night!
That was awesomely cool! And we had some good guitar players! (Also some really bad ones too, but hey….)
So, we had all these guys and gals playing, so we needed a stage and a lightning system and stuff.
But those scripting guys wanted $$$ for their stuff, and since we used the tips we got to pay the rent (the performers played for tips back then), there was no $$$ left for buying al those cool stages and light-systems and stuff.
I started to google, and then googled some more and found some decent open source scripts for a lightning system. I played with the scripts for a bit, changed them to my likings and created a decent freebie light system. (Club light system tutorial here!)
We made a lot of friends, visited other live gigs, and I have seen some cool builds while visiting those gigs.
I started to build stages for our guitar museum, dj booths (we had a couple of dj’s spinnig some cool tunes every day) and other cool club stuff inspired by what I have seen on other venues. And while I’m writing this, I remember there is an open-source open table script that I want to get working on opensim. <==Useless info!!
At some point, having this guitar museum and all the live music and dj sessions became a 24/7 job instead of a fun game to play. That ain’t fun, so we talked about it and we decided it was time to stop with the live gigs.
I liked the idea of this guitar museum, so I started one on OSgrid. Some of you might even visited it back then.
This guitar museum on OSgrid was a big guitar museum with shops around it. (If you are not banned from the OSgrid forum: Pics!)
But then Hiro happened..And exactly one year ago, January 17, 2013 I created Oddball Otoole on Metropolis.
I loaded an old OAR of the OSgrid guitar museum, but soon after that, I decided to rent a region from Metropolis and make a fresh start, with a new guitar museum…
Fast forward to the present time..
I have this region on Metro, Odds Playground. I have my guitar museum on it (work in progress), some shops for my stuff (work in progress) and some shops that other folks use, and I have some shops available at this point, let me know in-world if ya need a little shop for free!
I like building stuff, I like music, I like building music stuff:-)
So I recently started to build a new shop on my region, and a very cool build, with carved ceilings, pillars, a fountain and medieval bricks.
Then I rezzed a club rig I made about 10 months ago, and the shop was way too small..
But I want a decent shop with decent stuff in it, dammit!
So here we go..The birth of a 256×256 big ass club/disco/dj stuff shop…
And it all starts with a prim….
A simple prim, 256 meters wide, 256 meters long and 0.5 meters thick. Stuck at region coordinates 128,128,2000…and a teleport thing to move from the main building down on the region floor to way up (2000 meters) in the sky.
This is what I have so far..A big prim 2000 meters up in the sky and a teleport thing on it. What to do with that space? I think I’m gonna build a futuristic shop/environment here. Or maybe a huge castle-hall or something.
I’m not sure at this point, it’s late when I’m typing this.
I think I’m going to make a real blog post about this.
A blog (a truncation of the expression web log)is a discussion or informational site published on the World Wide Web and consisting of discrete entries (“posts”) typically displayed in reverse chronological order (the most recent post appears first).
This means I’ll add news posts to this post when ever there are things to mention! I file this post under the Odds Builds and Metro Category, and tag it with ‘Building’ and ‘Oddy’ so you can find it quickly!