The fence is already broken. Either someone is trying to get in or out. The opening reminds Ruby of other fences that protect shafts from being explored. While she remembers writing the fence into the age, she wasn't happy to do it.
Saturday, May 25, 2013
Under duress Ruby continues to work on the Brantley Lake S. Cavern #3 age (aka Down Under Tea Co. Excavation). After several months of looking for the desert location, including finding a couple of false starts, she settled on digging 3 miles due East of the cleft no trespassing sign. Less than 3 miles the other way is the remains of the Agua Del Lago de Granja ranch age. it is no concidence that the two are connected. Now the Diluvians are forging a new age there (along with Ruby's help). Since Ruby prefers to work in early morning, she enoys working on Na'omh Diluvian. Brantley #3 is an entirely other story that unfolds only in late afternoon.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
A new take on a vintage space station element - the universal musical notes that promise peace and safe landings. As explorers walk over the foot path, the pads light up and play musical ntes. The pattern of the walk will create a musical piece. Later this will be part of a musical puzzle game.
Monday, May 13, 2013
First the North and then the rest. This is a place to celebrate the onset of winter, when all creatures rest. The drums are circa 1547, found in the Scottish islands, likely brought there from cart journeys. Ruby was delighted to use her old standby sculpting tool to create the scene and the drums.
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Lilac Falls @ Hag's Mesa. For a long while Ruby found it difficult to find inspiration in the age (unique perspective). Then she decided to build whatever popped up. Lay in the terrain and let the story take shape----
Now she can't leave the place. One of her favorite places to walk about is Hag's Mesa. A wizard's cabin, the falls, a skating park and Gretel's Gingerbread house are being constructed there. Yipee for crags, water and trees.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Orichalcum is underwritten by IHC. it is an ore mining community that once supported the ancient city of Atlantis. The IHC is asking Midtown to open mining to tourists - an interactive vacation adventure. The accommodations are simple, but include some luxuries. Meals are catered. No one leaves during their stay.