The facial expressions say it all…
On the left: Kitkat
On the right: Marius
What’s that over there? I think it moved…
These big humans are scary but they don’t seem to be as dangerous as I thought.
They must be ok if they keep bringing me foodstuffs…
We rescued a mother cat and some kittens recently. When these guys get old enough they will be found some new homes.
Fred & Ida on the day we picked them up from our local vet.
The vet asked us to look after them and rehome them.
We have already found Fred a new home, Ida has a home pending shortly. It’s good to see them find new happy homes to live in.
It takes a bit of timing to get some shots just right – dealing with the delayed press of the camera button on taking and saving the digital image – to getting the feline subject to be looking in the right direction just as the picture is taken.
One trick I do is when I am ready to take the shot (and often starting to press the shutter button) I make a small pop or hiss noise with my mouth or click my fingers just above or near the lens or direction I want the cat to face.
If they stare long enough I can then capture nice detailed shots – if they keep moving I just get more blurry pics.
I made this Second life Screenshot with the intention of producing a parody video animation done in a Monty Python like manner. Based loosely on the Holy grail movie references.
This was one of my brainstorming screenshots that I still have a copy of. Kind of proud of the screenshot at least – but still debating over making the video. what do you guys think?
Left: one of my main avatar forms “Muddy” – Ocelot (Female)
Middle: my third avatar I made for SL for testing purposes – usually human female and freebie parts.
Right: My secondary avatar “Claire” – Cheetah (Female).
The furry avatars are the DSD (Dark Spot Designs) brands (both the ocelot and cheetah) – combined with outfits from Barerose and other random customisations.
I got featured in a 2-page article of the November 2012 issue of an in-world Second Life magazine known as “The Australian Trader”.
The magazine is available at some Australian based Second Life locations including the Australia Sim – there is a vendor near the main landing area.