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Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Sculpture In Kensington Park

There was an excited gathering of avatars in SL Kensington Park on Friday evening, eagerly awaiting the results of The Greyhound Pub's sculpture competition.

To win a prize a sculpture had to satisfy a panel of judges that it was the most interesting or beautiful or wacky object submitted, and to test the sculptors the builds were restricted to 3 prims and 3 scripts. The competition was limited to 10 entries but open to both experienced and novice SL builders and attracted a wide variety of ideas, styles and skills.
Points were awarded to all of the entries and such was the high standard that the judging was extremely difficult and the final scores very close.

1st CHANTALIA CARTER –L$ 500

2nd NAHIRAM VANIVA – L$ 300

3rd CURTISS SPAD – L$ 200

4th FAITH MAXWELL – L$ 100

Also commended by the judges (in no particular order) EVESHKA BLACKHEART, LILY BROOKS, SWAN CRESCENDO, AMOURETTE DEBROVNA, SPURT RENOIR, MARY ROUSSEL

Virtually London (lite) congratulates the winners and thanks Landlady Cute and Gold and Isobel of The Greyhound pub who organised a brilliant event, and well done to all of the other competitors. Special thanks are due to Kensington architect TD Reinhard who provided sponsorship.

The sculptures will remain on display in Kensington Park for the immediate future and may be available for purchase (contact the Greyhound staff).





Ed Follet










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