Recreating Buckingham Palace in Second Life

The palace is a proof of what is possible in Second Life, just amazing! And you can sense what an effort it was to build it. Knowing that the creators did research and did care about little details makes the visit even instructional. And you get a lot of information to understand the buliding and the living of it’s residents. I can’t stop being excited about this virtual world and about the creativity people develop to add to our experience! I can only recommend a visit even for non-royalists.

May 16th: Diomita at Regency Buckingham (1)

May 16th: Diomita at Regency Buckingham – Fetish meets royal luxury (1)

May 16th: Diomita at Regency Buckingham (2)

May 16th: Diomita at Regency Buckingham -Fetish meets royal luxury  (2)

 

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Regency Buckingham; Inara Pey, May 2016, on FlickrRegency Buckingham – click any image for full size

Jacon Cortes recently invited me to visit a project on which he has been working on for the last several years, and which finally opened its doors to the public in late 2015: an exquisite reproduction of Buckingham Palace. Intrigued, I hopped over to take a look, and Jacon and KarenKate Sands were kind enough to join me.

“We call it Regency Buckingham,  Jacon, a period role-player known in-world as  Jacon Cortes de Béxar (the historians might note his surname being indicative of another of his interests) told me. “Altogether, it’s been three-and-a-half years in development. and we’re still  building project, and it is still a work in progress; we still have some rooms we are working on. But we have reproduced twelve of the staterooms, which people can tour.”

Regency Buckingham; Inara Pey, May 2016, on FlickrRegency Buckingham – The Grand Entry

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