Fairly quiet day, mostly because I was tired and that seems to make me a little more spaced out than I normally am. After my blog post last night, I found out that I couldn't sleep. So, I headed out to the sandbox and started building. I decided I needed a cool bag to match my new trenchcoat.
After watching Torley Linden's tutorial on tiny prims, I made some very thin links and added a "flower." Here's a bit of a closer pic.
I like it a lot, but I think it needs a few more details to it to make it exactly how I want it.
My rent was due on my apartment in 3 days, so I went apartment hunting again to see if I found anything I liked better. There's a charming area called The Villages At Pemberley and I was *this* close to renting there, but I decided to just stick to where I am now, at least for another week. It's quiet, cheap, and I hate moving. :)
I decided tonight after the event I hosted, I'd give hair making a shot. I have hair textures from a freebie store, so I hopped up on my trusty posestand and got to work.
Hair making is freaking hard. I worked for about an hour, got completely frustrated, and went to ETD to take advantage of the sale there. Again. I know, I went against the $5L thing. I was sad!
You know what I've noticed? With all the fabulous freebies out there, there are not really any good free or very inexpensive decent boots. I have some boots that are completely not my style from lucky chairs [remind me at some point to show them] and I have some semi-ok ones that I've found on OnRez or SLX, but I'm just wondering why it's hard to find cheap good boots. I have lots of great free/cheap heels. Why not boots? Also, why are most sneakers for women so insanely huge? If our feet are required to be size 0 for almost all of the shoes out there, then why are the sneakers bigger than my head? If anyone has an answer to this, please let me know. Of course, you know what this means.
I'm going to have to learn to make my own boots and small sneakers.