Not only have I been exploring in a re-creation of the Medieval City of Rhodes and making hair for a really great project working with the Kingdom of Demolay creative team, but they've just come out with a machinima trailer highlighting everything we've been working on.
It was fun being part of the actors in the making of the video. At one point I was a young teen man roller-skating around the piano in the park concert scene. Another time I was the goalie in the soccer scene. Go Yellow! Also played the skateboarding girl in the pac-man-esque hedge maze game. I think we all had way too much fun helping put this together, but all the machinima credit goes to Ariella Furman of FramedIn3D.com who did a fabulous job on it! You can see more examples of Ariella's work here: http://framedin3d.com/view_our_work.php. I especially like the video she produced for Tribe Islands. Wow!
So since we're going through the virtual video scrapbook, I figured I'd also share a few of my sightseeing pics that I took yesterday after I finally got my imprudence to let me see shadows! Woot!
How does all this sight-seeing relate to fashion? Well aside from the hair that is (check the video!), fashion is small portion of our virtual experiences. Yes, it is part of how we express ourselves, but in and of itself it is nothing without the actors, the audience, and the stage on which we all play upon. Here's to all the stage-makers, the dreamers of dreams, and the creators of worlds. My hat's off to you!
All the (virtual) world's a stage!
What part will you play?