Pixie Rain: straddling Art and Porn in Second Life.
Some of the machinima and blog-posts on this site are adult in nature and contain scenes that some people may find disturbing.
If you feel this might be you, please exit now.
Other elements are warm and cuddly and have a "feel good" factor.
Click the "Film Link" tab below for all my films listed chronologically.
Tim is also a prolific photographer who has seemingly attended
most all of the significant artistic events, installations and performances in Second Life since October 2007. His flickr consists of over
20,000 individually crafted photographs which document the creativity,
individuality and ingenuity of the SL experience.
Dido Haas by Tim Deschanel
I was thrilled to see Tim had taken these pic's of me in my Rabbit Girl Porn Star persona while we
were attending the opening of Dido Haas and Nitro Fireguard's new art gallery which exhibits
their own work and, until the end of this month, the work of artist Dannyboyo.
Ordinarily I'd blog Dannyboyo's work in its own right,
probably also cross-posting over at The Pornstars blog too for greater exposure. However, time pressures
have prevented me from doing so, as I'll explain a little later.
Dannyboyo's work comprises of manipulating pornographic
images to leave only abstract exaggerated shape and colour. Dannyboyo says,
"the ... pieces retain the erotic quality of the original photo, but
softened to a dreamlike, painterly state. For me, it brings new meaning." Well worth checking out.
Nitro Fireguard by Tim Deschnel
The reason I haven't blogged Dannyboyo's exhibition more
fully is that I am up to my eyeballs working on my UWA "Seeking Wisdom" machinima entry,
and have been for a few weeks now.
Sleep is suffering!
the film will be ready for the deadline!
It will be released publically on You Tube (and
my blog here) sometime on Sunday 1st July. However, on the evening of Saturday 30th June,
Nasty Puddlegum is holding a small
"premiere" over at his gaff for a few invited friends.
We'll screen the film and then applause, shout
"WOW" and "AWESOME!", play "Woot!" and
"Hooo!" gestures and otherwise congratulate each other in that
over-sentimental, grossly emotional and vaguely embarrassing way that
is a hallmark of Second Life social gatherings. It goes without saying that
anyone refusing to participate in this traditional Second Life behaviour will
be summarily ejected and banned.