|The WaterMill Home in Forgotten city|
After a long year I finally decided to make something nice, something big and something useful building for Second Life residents. I love the buildings with a little extra function, like lighthouses, windmills, factories and watermills. Since there was none of the last in my building list, i just made one.
The main concept was something German style, a lot of rocks and wood, mixed with a bit Mediterranean taste, like the sunroofs and the large terasses.
Since the brand new style is not my favorite, i prefer some old, used and even maybe a bit abandoned harmony of something, something that was famous and brilliant in it's golden age. I used some materials for the building - the new improvement in Second Life - where it was really necessary. See the windows in the sunset, or the sparkling edge-stones, or the waterwheel as it's rotating forever.
|The WaterMill Home|
The colors of the building are less saturated, mostly earth colors. Wood, stone, canvas, and green grass make the harmony of the area. The three floors of the building are different as well. The machinery room is a bit more gray and dirty, the living room area is nice and white, with a bit more saturated wood floors and a nicely detailed wood ceiling, and the top floor is just a pure wood. The glass room - or greenroom - is certainly made of glass with a nice hand-painted pillars.
|The firts floor|
|The top floor|
|The machinery room|
|First room of the wine cellar|
|The inner room of the wine cellar|