Monday, March 16, 2009

The best windlight skies

What is your favourite windlight setting? Did you create a wonderful sky and would love to share with friends?

Join the best windlight settings group and add your windlight photos, share/ask information about the atmospheric second life rendering engine! Join now!

Image above by Icarus Robbiani, Castle of Torhul Hill


Sharon said...

The designers on this site are very talented and I thought they might be interested in a contest to design a virtual Robert Burns monument (the Scottish Poet) run by Simon Fraser University. There is a $300 (Canadian dollars) prize. The information is below and is also available on the web at

Contest to Create Virtual Burns Memorial

The Centre for Scottish Studies at Simon Fraser University is holding a contest to create a virtual memorial to Robert Burns that is suitable for a twenty-first century mobile and globalized world. Statues, busts and portraits played an important part in interpreting Burns in nineteenth-century culture. We are looking for an image more suitable for our contemporary time and media in order to convey the fact that Burns's messages regarding universal brotherhood (and, by extension, sisterhood), respect for nature, and the uplifting power of the human spirit have never been more relevant. The deadline for entry is April 1, 2009. The winning design will be awarded $300 (Canadian) and will appear in Second Life on SFU's island. (Second Life is a virtual environment increasingly popular with students and educators interested in collaborative virtual learning). The unveiling will be at the Transatlantic Burns Conference, April 7-9 at SFU. For more details or to submit an entry (preferably in digital format), contact: Leith Davis at

Pier said...

thanks sharon, I invite readers to bookmark your comment and visit your link

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