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  • Steampunk, highly detailed and hot hot hot, I give you the flying avatars by Japanese Onakagoo Epin rez: 11/22/2006, available at his 109 Prims Circus fantasy store in the sky.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Lumiere Noir has made a virtual career of teaching others to create in Second Life® via his self-guided, self-paced, hands-on tutorials of the in-world building tools at his Ivory Tower of Prims, but he didn't stop there.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Lumiere Noir has made a virtual career of teaching others to create in Second Life® via his self-guided, self-paced, hands-on tutorials of the in-world building tools at his Ivory Tower of Prims, but he didn't stop there.

    Spun fantasy: The Metaverse Broadcasting Company

  • Steampunk, highly detailed and hot hot hot, I give you the flying avatars by Japanese Onakagoo Epin rez: 11/22/2006, available at his 109 Prims Circus fantasy store in the sky.

    The little steampunk mermaid, and pixie and Cinderella

  • A model of the first Ivory Tower of Prims above; and below, the actual Tower

    Lumiere Noir - The best teacher you never knew you had

  • A model of the first Ivory Tower of Prims above; and below, the actual Tower

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • I attended the gala unveiling of Pretty in Prims - a retrospective of his work - at Tayzia Abattoir's Crescent Moon Museum last Sunday.

    Virtual friendships are jewels in the hands of Random Calliope

  • He didn't invent the tools, but Lumiere (who's name means "light" in French) has single-handedly taught thousands upon thousands of Second Life's residents (and probably you, dear Reader) how to build via his Ivory Tower of Prims (teleport directly from here).

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Soon my first build was done, MC Escher's Relativity in Prims, same as it stands before you today.

    Escher coming out of the pixelworks!

  • He didn't invent the tools, but Lumiere (who's name means "light" in French) has single-handedly taught thousands upon thousands of Second Life's residents (and probably you, dear Reader) how to build via his Ivory Tower of Prims (teleport directly from here).

    Lumiere Noir - The best teacher you never knew you had

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