Sunday, September 20, 2009

Pigment Collection on Schedule

So far so good!  I'm getting the eggs in slowly but steadily. 

Not too many people know about this blog yet but enough people inworld and via social networking have visited the parcel and clicked the hen.  If you are among them, thanks!

It seems some of them didn't make it.  You can see in the above image that the brown pigment from one of the eggs has been lost.  The album slideshow on the right includes an aerial shot with many areas where there are broken eggs and spilt pigment.  Fortunately I figured in some losses.

Thanks again and keep clicken the chicken!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

First, there is the Chicken

Some ask which came first: the chicken or the egg.

Most of us are aware that the first chicken as we know it hatched from a transitioning specimen's egg.

But this is not that story.  In this story, the chicken comes first.

The chicken is very important, because it makes eggs.  I will need eggs to proceed with this project.

If you have access to the Burning Life continent, please take a moment to visit my chicken and click her.  She will lay an egg.  Soon after, the egg will seemingly dematerialize as it passes through to the world of substance.  With enough eggs I will create paint and other drawing medium to use and apply inworld.

If my chicken lays a golden egg, so much the better.  I need some shiny accents and foundation metals.