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PUBLISHER’S NOTE Welcome to the anniversary issue of Windlight Magazine! Exactly one year ago I started Windlight Magazine with the hopes of having a magazine that focused on the arts of Second Life. It has been an amazing year!

to return for our anniversary issue and we are very thankful for Bryn’s support.

This issue will also feature Chloe Electra, who created our first Windlight anniversary summer gift, Swank owner Adonis, and Indie Teepee coordinator Windlight has grown from just a single SCARLET Schadenfreude. We also have magazine to having an entire sim, the plenty of art! Many of our Windlight Windlight Art Gallery, the 30/31 artistic Fellows and The Edge Stylists have shopping event, The Edge (fashion arm generously contributed artistic images of Windlight), and the Bailywick Gallery. for this issue. Along this journey the past year we have Windlight will continue our mission for had our first Windlight Spring Art Show, the next year! We have many more which had over 70 artists participating events and resources for our and our fellowship program is supporters and of course always FREE! I continuously growing. would like to thank our supports, contributors, readers, and business Second Life is about chances and partners for their continued support. creativity. Without a voice that creativity is lost. I am proud to be a medium for I would like to personally thank my that artistic and creative voice of Second beautiful other half, Eleseren. She gives Life and I am most proud that we offer me the strength to lead Windlight and I our services for FREE. know I can count on her and lean on her anytime I need to. Thank you darling… In this issue we have taken a different turn and will celebrate the people who have made Windlight a success: our John business partners, the artists, and our Publisher & Editor In Chief contributors. On the cover we have the talented and prolific Bryn Oh. Bryn Oh gave Windlight a chance a year ago and was our first cover story. Bryn has generously agreed 13


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J U LY 2 0 1 6 JOHANNES1977 RESIDENT OWNER, PUBLISHE R, & EDITOR IN CH IEF ELESEREN BRIANNA COO, THE EDGE EDITOR IN CHIEF J E S S I I 2 0 0 9 WA R R H O L , M A R K E T I N G A N D S O C I A L M E D I A C O O R D I N AT O R CONTRIB UTORS: I N A R A P E Y, L E A D C O N T R I B U TO R D AW N B E A M D R E A M S C A P E I LY R A C H A R D I N MYRA WILDMIST OEMA RESIDENT S TAV R O S R E S I D E N T ( G R A C E M O N T ) V E R U C A TA M M A S REVEN ROSCA

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FEATURED STORY: BRYN OH WRITER: JOHN PHOTOGRAPHY: FEATURED ARTICLE: SENNASPIRIT CORONET AND JAMISSON BURNSTEIN REBECA BASHLY

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Bryn Oh is someone who does not need an introduction. Bryn is a prolific and very talented award winning artist in both Second Life and real life. She is also a very talented machnimist. When one hears the name Bryn Oh, they instantly conjure up images of creativity and very immersive 3D creations.

created called the Singularity of Kumiko. That is the main work right now that is keeping me busy. I am also getting archival quality prints made on heavy paper for some images of my second life work which will be shown in a real life gallery for an upcoming show. So right now just picking some images and getting as high quality files as possible to print images at Windlight began a year ago with around 20x40 inches. I am also Bryn on the very first cover and for writing a new story for my sim I our anniversary issue, Bryn has Immersiva which I might call kindly agreed to another inter"Hand".. hope to have that written view: and built in six months or so. I am also doing my oil paintings and I FEATURED WM: Thanks for agreeing toARTICLE: think that is it. another interview! Windlight is REBECA BASHLY thankful that you have returned WM: Tell us more about your for our anniversary issue, after all current exhibition. What is the Windlight started with you on its theme? And what types of cover a year ago! So tell our read- technology are used? ers what you have been up to WRITER: JOHN recently. BRYN: The current exhibit is PHOTOGRAPHY: REBECA BASHLY called The Singularity of Kumiko BRYN: I have a few things I am and it is a prequel to an earlier working on right now. I received a work called Imogen and the art grant from the Canadian pigeons. There are a variety of government to do a variety of themes in the work ranging from things ranging from a virtual reality the Technological Singularity.. exhibit to making a movie all which is situation predicted to related to an artwork I happen at 2050 or so where 38

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computer AI will be created that grows exponentially in its power to compute/create. So in my stories the world has reached the Singularity and the population now have nothing really to do as the computer constantly evolves and invents things almost on a daily basis, running the world for them. One invention is the mapping or cataloging of a person's mind into a digital format. In my story the technology exists to save or record a persons life in order to one day install those memories into a new vessel, essentially creating a form of immortality. Both stories deal with the moral idea of recording a mind digitally and whether it would be inevitable that people would edit those digital files to add or remove memories. Do we need sorrow for happiness to exist as a contrast? With Imogen and the pigeons the story revolves around Imogen editing her memories in order to bring back her daughter who died in a car accident after being in a coma. The Singularity of Kumiko is a prequel which is about Imogens daughter Kumiko who has been placed in a coma with a virtual

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environment as her dream which she lives within. Her boyfriend Iktomi can send her messages, and his focus is to convince Kumiko to give her consent to have her mind archived as they think she might die within this coma. Essentially by the end of the story Kumiko is not sure if she wishes to leave her virtual existence for the "real" world which to her is more shallow than her virtual life. The new work uses experience tools and some fairly elaborate lighting, materials and graphics. Caer Balogh and Wolfur Windstorm were instrumental in helping me with the scripting hud and in making Mr. Zippers into a pathfinding wonder. WM: I noticed the experience hud and in fact most of your exhibitions are interactive and immersive. How do you come up with ideas for exhibits? What are your inspirations? BRYN: For all my work I try to introspectively look at my life and the things within it that I feel the need to express. I find there to be a type of beauty in melancholy and so many of my works come from the 39


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thoughts I have late at night in the active participants in this world not silence of my room when the world passive observers. A painting is a is asleep around me. I think of the snapshot in time and what I can world and how it evolves and create here is a painting you can changes, its technologies and enter and explore. Cinema forces where we, as humans, fit within us to follow a scripted camera, but these technologies both good and in a virtual space you look where bad. So all my stories over the last you wish to, and if you like, you can ten years are within a world that I perhaps stop and open the drawer have created that houses all my to a desk to find a letter inside. In various characters, which are in Cinema if you see this desk in your fact elements of my own personali- peripheral vision then you don't ty. The Rabbicorn, the Daughter of have the ability to stop and break gears, Anna, Imogen, Kumiko and free of the camera as it leads you so on all live within the same around. Interaction, duration, imaginary world and slowly I keep emotion, sound, open ended exadding layers and layers to the sto- ploration and so forth are all ry which beganFEATURED years ago. ARTICLE: unique traits to the virtual medium REBECA BASHLYand so when I begin an artwork I When I begin a new artwork I first want to try to make something that write a narrative and sketch out is unique to the virtual space. I ideas. Then I build it. An don't want to mimic real life in important part of its creation is in creating a sculpture like trying to see the virtual medium I Michelangelo's David that you may WRITER: JOHN am working in and focusing on see in a museum, or even show a REBECA BASHLY what makesPHOTOGRAPHY: this medium unique jpeg of one of my real life over others such as painting or paintings, because those are things cinema. Some of the things that that exist quite comfortable in real make Second Life, as an artistic life. The virtual space can do so medium, unique and important is much more. I want to create that unlike painting it has duration things that are not possible in real and unlike cinema it can have an life and to me that is the focus of open ended freedom. We are my art in the virtual space. 44

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five years I don't know. When I look WM: What else can we expect from at the employees at Linden Lab I you in the upcoming months? don't know any of them anymore. The ones who were there at the start BRYN: Hopefully a new build, a 30 all seem to be gone, and the ones minute machinima for the Singularity who ultimately will steer the future of Kumiko and probably various other of Second Life or Sansar are what things. many might consider to be "noobs" who are much younger than the WM: Are you ready for Sansar, the average person in Second Life. And new virtual world from Linden Labs? they might not even use second life, Will we see an Immersiva there? it might just be a job. So if that is the case then the ones who understand BRYN: I am very curious about the intangibles that make Second Life Sansar and will definitely give it a go. work are the users, yet the future of I really hope it succeeds and in my the virtual space might be charted by dreams it will be a new powerful employees who don't really medium for me to work in that opens understand the subtleties of the lots of new and interesting doors. space. A quick and easy example is Second Life is great to create in it yet firestorm viewer vs. the official it has many limitations which Second Life viewer. Firestorm is hopefully Sansar will address. Those made by users and is far superior, are my good dreams. My bad dreams they have tons of windlights and are that Linden Lab don't understand tools for the sl photographers and the intangibles that make Second Life quick and easy tweaks. The Second special for so many, and that the new Life viewer has virtually no user made project, like Cloud Party and Blue windlights and feels clumsy. It is, or Mars before them, will fail. So for was as I have not used it in years, a example, I have been in Second Life 8 clear example of a design created by years or so and there are many older employees who don't use the than me who have been around 12 or product. To sum up... I have a good 13. The average person might have dream where Linden Lab create a been enjoying our space for four or Sansar that understands what the 45


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the users want and then some.. but I also have a bad dream where they create a product that is better visually, but lacks the intangibles that will ensure its success. I guess we will see.

WM: To all of the new artists out there, what advice would you give them if they were trying to break into the Second Life art scene?

BRYN: Right now I would suggest they learn a program like Blender, WM: Who are some of your Maya or Zbrush. Maya preferably favorite real life artists? if you have the chance. I do know a trick to get Maya free by the way. BRYN: I have a bunch. I love Go to Autodesk Maya online and Banksy, Louise Bourgeois and sign up as a student. They will give Swoon but also classical painters you Maya with a three year license like Georges DeLa Tour, Klimt, and they won't check to see if you Giacometti, Degas, Renoir and so are really a student. Maya is very on. I am a fan of pen and ink expensive otherwise in which case illustrators such as George you could go with Blender which is Cruikshank andFEATURED John Tenniel.ARTICLE: free. Zbrush is an "artists" proMusically I adore REBECA Fever Ray, BASHLY Saycet, gram in that you create almost like Coco Rosie, Mum, Cigarettes after working with clay. If you have a Sex, Crystal Castles, I Monster and pen tablet then its pressure even vintage sounds like Billy Holi- sensitive and just wonderful to day or Vera Lynn. For books that work with. The most important would be China Meiville, Margaret thing though, is to not give up after WRITER: JOHN Atwood, Richard Adams, Philip Dick trying to learn one of these REBECA and others. PHOTOGRAPHY: For movies things like BASHLY programs. For the first two Ex Machina, AI and lately have months it will feel like you can't been getting into Japanese Anime learn them. That they are too like Attack on Titan and Knights of difficult and most people quit after Sidonia. Never really watched just a few weeks trying. What you Anime before but it's some fun have to do is treat it like a job. stuff! Allocate one or two hours a day to do tutorials and practice shortcuts 48

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and just simple things, and be prepared to feel like it is too difficult to learn for a month or two.. but if you stick with it then it will suddenly all become clear and make sense. Almost like a light switch being turned on. It is not essential to know these programs to break into the Second Life art scene, but with a look to the future these programs would be great to know not just for SL but for the things after SL.. WM Windlight like would like to thank Bryn again for the interview! You can view Bryn’s current and past artwork at the following links: www.brynoh.blogspot.ca https://www.youtube.com/user/ BrynOh https://www.flickr.com/photos/ bryn_oh/

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INSIDE LOOK: INDIE TEEPEE WRITER: JOHN

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Indie TeePee is set to return for it’s second year in July! Windlight was able to catch up with the coordinator and brainchild behind the event, EvelynScarlet:

SCARLET: Last year's Indie Teepee was the first time I had ever organized an event of that scale in Second Life. As a matter of fact, I had never organized any event of any scale! I have been lucky to have on my WM: So tell us about Indie Teepee. team Molly and Ande, and Ama who Why did you create this event? joined this year, and they have been absolutely amazing. I have discovered SCARLET: The very first Indie that creative and supportive Teepee happened rather communities do exist in Second Life. organically. It started when I It's something very special. For this wanted to organize a small music year, Knick Knacks has generously festival with my friends. We then donated the sim. Kalopsia and Chimia realized that a homestead could only are making the merchandise. Bauwerk hold 25 avatars and so we needed a is creating the set design for The Quiz full region. A full region was going to Show. Oyasumi is designing the Forest cost a lot and I so I thought we could Stage and the Lagoon Stage. Ideza is offset the cost ofFEATURED the sim by looking providing the club equipment. People ARTICLE: for sponsors, just like a real life music have been simply amazing! They say it festival would. AndREBECA it was thenBASHLY that takes a whole village to raise a baby. the idea of a small party with friends Well, the baby is Indie Teepee, one turned into an event of this scale. that I hope will provide much joy with This year though, I took what we did a lot less poop. right last year and added a little twist - the theatre performances. So I WM: What is different this year than WRITER: JOHN teamed up with the wonderful people last year's Indie Teepee? What types PHOTOGRAPHY: at Guerilla Burlesque. TheatreREBECA as an BASHLY of events can we art form in Second Life, in my opinion, expect? is truly unique and no one does it better than them. SCARLET: Oh! So many things are different this year! Our theme this WM: Is this the first event of this year is 'Midsummer Nights', very scale you have ever coordinated in loosely inspired by Shakespeare's SL? 'Midsummer Night's Dream'. Thus, the venue will look and feel 62

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from last year. We still keep to our original offerings of music, art, shopping and fun. However this year, we have extended to having nine days of music with lots more live performances. We are welcoming back the marvelous Bryn Oh and we have Cica Ghost and Hill participating. Our sponsor designers will create a 'scene' at the shopping area of the festival grounds. The idea here is to allow festival goers to hang out and use the scene area as photo ops. About 70 designers will be showcasing their products, so it's going to be fun! We're bringing back the poetry reading session by Lyrical Cafe as that was very well-received last year. Also for fun, we have The Quiz Show as well as Prim Charades, which is similar to playing charades except you build with prims instead of using gestures. We're hosting the Penumbra Fashion Show on Saturday, the 16th of July. The one we are most excited about are the weekend theatre performances by Guerilla Burlesque and the workshops during the weekdays. The acts are specially created for Indie Teepee and they are going to be fabulous!

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SCARLET: We have an application process for designers and bloggers. For performers and artists, we call for entries via advertisements and social media. On our Facebook page, we post announcements and updates regularly. Many of the performers who have been booked this year contacted us last year to convey their interests.

WM: Are there plans to have an Indie Teepee in other grids? SCARLET: Organizing Indie Teepee is time-consuming. I'm afraid, doing one event of this scale is all I could muster. I've also never ventured to other grids. I am however very curious to see if Indie Teepee would fare better with Project Sansar. WM: So when you are not organizing events such as Indie Teepee, what else are you involved with in Second Life? SCARLET: I DJ at a fantastic Indie club, AAi. That's my home. My people. I also run a teeny book club.

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people. I also run a teeny book club. Evelyn wanted to leave everyone with words about Midsummers’ Nights:

For inquiries: hello@indieteepee.comWM

“There is a place where time gets lost. A place where dreams live and life is paused. An ethereal garden with English flair, the smell of magic fills the air. Down the hills crystal waters flow, watchful trees like sentinels grow. To rhythm and music we shall dance. The imitations of life we watch entranced. Fireflies flitter beneath the FEATURED ARTICLE: heavens, a mirror where stars glitter REBECA BASHLY and the moon beckons. Come, let your fantasies take flight, for this is, our home shall be, these Midsummer Nights.”

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GALLERY SPOTLIGHT: WRITER: JOHN 7 YEARS OF METALES

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MetaLES, the arts region operated and curated by Ux Hax and Romy Nayar celebrates its seventh anniversary this year, and is marking this achievement with a special retrospective exhibition.

by rocks, and in places preventing some rocks drifting off into the sky themselves. Lanterns also rise from some of the rocks, while scattered between them are various objects: here an oversized tea-cup and saucer; there a great stone throne, Since its creation, MetaLES has been elsewhere the boxlike form of a a mainstay of the arts in Second Life, piano, and so on, all of which furhosting remarkable installations, a ther encourage the visitor to wanfair number of which I’ve written der and admire the art. about in these pages. These have been designed by some Second Life’s The images, offered individually or most remarkable and enduring in pairs or small groups, are artists, including Alpha Auer, Igor presented with the name of the Ballyhoo, Rebeca Bashly, Giovanna installation and the artist Cerise, Cica Ghost, Cherry Manga, responsible for it. For those familiar Patrick Moya, Bryn Oh, MayaARTICLE: Paris, FEATURED with the installations staged at Betty Tureaud, and Ux and Romy MetaLES, it presents a fair trip REBECA BASHLY themselves, to name but a few. down memory lane, as well as offering an accessible exhibition for The retrospective presents many of anyone with an interest in in-world the region’s exhibitions and art, whether or not they are installations as seen through the eyes familiar with MetaLES’ WRITER: of photographer Anita Witt. InJOHN typical distinguished history. MetaLES style, the exhibition sits PHOTOGRAPHY: REBECA BASHLY upon a desert-like plain, itself Congratulations to Ux and Romy on perhaps offering a faint echo of the reaching their seventh anniversary, desert which once surrounded and my best wishes to them both Anita’s own Dryland gallery (itself for many more. now gone, but not forgotten). SLurl Details: Above this plain, Anita’s framed MetalES Seven Anniversary Retrophotos float, anchored to the ground spective WM 78

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Chloe Electra is the creator and owner of the new brand, alMe. Chloe is also a model , producer, and the COO of Azul. Windlight was able to sit down with Chloe and discuss alme and more:

WM: You recently started a fashion accessory brand, alme. Why did you decide to create the brand?

CHLOE: For a very long time I had been looking for nails appliers that were almost impossible to find...you WM: You are a very busy woman in know the very simple, solid color Second Life! Please tell our readers kind. Sometimes I managed to find about your various roles in Second some but then they wouldn't work Life. for my XYZ hands or feet. So, I thought why not start making some CHLOE: Hey John! Firstly, I would like for myself for all the hands and feet I to thank you for this interview! It is own. That's how it all started‌ an honor for me. In Second Life as I do a number of different things... I WM: alme. currently creates nail have my own store alme. creating appliers for the ladies, any plans to FEATURED ARTICLE: nails appliers and some accessories expand to other types of clothing REBECA BASHLY every now and then. Furthermore, I and/or accessories in the future? am the COO of -AZUL- doing quite a few different things for Mami. I am CHLOE: I feel blessed that alme. has also a marketing executive and been "accepted" so quickly and that teacher at a fashion firm in Second the items are wanted; they are a Life. I also work as an WRITER: assistantJOHN at product of hard work and love and GizzA greeting and helping clients every time someone buys PHOTOGRAPHY: REBECA BASHLY with their inquiries. In my something I feel I should keep going. ummm...spare time (that very little So... if things continue this way, the that I have once a while) I do store expansion into the accessories area and runway modeling as well as won't take too long before it some limited blogging work. Oh, I do happens. Actually, if I have to be exhibit some art from time to time completely honest I decided to "test too! Just like you said, I have a quite the waters" and I do have a ring up busy Second Life :) for sale at The Instruments event. 92

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not. As I said to a friend of mine some time ago, I show things the way I see them...and I really like that! WM You can visit alMe at the following links: http://maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife/joia% 20azul/60/103/3502 ▬ alme. Blog - http:// almeinsecondlife.blogspot.com/ ▬ alme. Facebook Page - https:// www.facebook.com/almeinsl/ ▬ alme. Flickr Group - https:// www.flickr.com/groups/ almesecondlife/

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WM: Swank is one of the most popular events in Second Life. Tell our readers about the event: how long has it existed in Second Life and why did you create it?

our own staff of talented models, so you see the items on, and inmost cases hit the demo and try it there.

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The mantra of Windlight Magazine is to help the arts, particularly 2D and 3D artists. Our gallery for the past year has show over 144 artists and has expanded from one gallery, to three galleries. As a part of our one year anniversary, we have decided to show you what we really are about—the art and artists. This section in our July issue will show you some of the amazing artwork of 40 of our artists that have exhibited in our various gallery shows the past year. We hope that you continue supporting Windlight Magazine and most importantly the arts in Second Life. Without further adieu, I present The Artists of Windlight.

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Windlight Fashion Editor and The Edge Editor, Eleseren Brianna, has published an eBook in real life, where you can learn about posing! The eBook, The Magic of Posing, is the first in a series of books under The Edge brand. The Edge is the fashion arm of Windlight Magazine. You can download the book from various links below: Barnes and Nobles: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-magic-ofposing-eleseren-brianna/1123534452?ean=2940152921649 Smaswords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/622234 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/the-magic-of-posing/ id1093710884?mt=11 Scribd: https://www.scribd.com/book/304932571/The-Magic-of-Posing Kobo Books: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/the-magic-ofposing Amazon (due to Amazon’s pricing policy, the lowest we could price the book is .99 cents): http://www.amazon.com/Magic-Posing-EleserenBrianna-ebook/dp/B01D1P5SAW/ref=sr_1_1? ie=UTF8&qid=1458604819&sr=8-1&keywords=the+magic+of+posing

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Windlight is pleased the announce the publication of another free eBook: How to Get Started in the Second Life Art Scene, by Windlight’s owner, John. You can obtain the free eBook from the following links: Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/624563 Amazon (due to Amazon’s price requirements the lowest the book can be sold is 0.99): http://www.amazon.com/How-Started-Second-LifeScene-ebook/dp/B01DACN178/ref=sr_1_1? ie=UTF8&qid=1458821640&sr=81&keywords=how+to+get+started+in+the+second+life+art+scene Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/how-to-get-startedin-the-second-life-art-scene Barnes and Nobles: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/how-to-getstarted-in-the-second-life-art-scene-john-herring/1123575021? ean=2940152934588

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This issue is special in that it is our one year anniversary issue! As Windlight started with Bryn Oh on the cover last July, we have brough...

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