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St Patrick’s Day dance @LIttlefield Speakeasy Dance Club

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Speakeasy dance club hosted the annual St Patrick’s Day dance – we had a fabulous turnout thank you to all that came and dressed in green.  We also celebrated Amy Storm’s birthday so a double celebration. Some pictures from the party below. (hover over to see the slideshow)

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Posted by on March 18, 2013 in Events

 

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OSGrid Appreciation Party – Saturday February 23 2013

Speakeasy on the Littlefield Complex threw an OSGrid Appreciation Party on Sat. Feb 23 2013 starting at 8pm PST to thank the grid admins and everyone who helps support this grid. This goes for all the content creators, Albertlr who’s worked so hard to help get the grid’s status ironed out, Amy who’s been busting her ass with promotion and setting up the greeters group, Hiro, Dan, Key, and Neb, the grid admin team plus their numerous Helpers.

On behalf of the Littlefield System Team we wish to thank the OSgrid admins & helpers for all their hard work 🙂

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Posted by on February 24, 2013 in Events

 

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Kei Chasal – newest creator at Littlefield Mall

This edition of our creator’s blog I am introducing you all to Kei Chasal. Kei has just recently joined us at Littlefield, she has opened a store with some wonderful creations, she is truly a fabulous mesh artist.  Welcome to Littlefield Kei, it’s a pleasure to have you join our family.

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Tell me a little about yourself?
I’m Kei! I spend a lot of time in-world, creating things and just hanging out. I love mesh, and feel like there isn’t enough freely available, so I make things to offer to the community.

How long have you been creating items in virtual worlds?
From the first box I rezzed in SL to now, it’s probably been about 7 years since I first started. That first box led to a super basic cube-house, and took off from there.

What other virtual worlds have you live in?
Until recently, I’ve only been on Second Life, though that account is only left to grab my old work if I want it.

How did you find your way to OSgrid?
To be completely honest, I’m not really sure. I can’t remember if I was searching for a new grid, or if I just stumbled across some information, but I made my avatar immediately, and have made my Home here.

What bought you to OSgrid?
The Open Source aspect was a huge draw for me. I’m all for freedom of information, and sharing creations within the community. I love that you can come here and exist in whatever capacity you want, completely free, and without the restrictions and drama that LL brings to the whole thing. Essentially, it feels how SL did that first time I logged in, except here, the feeling stays.

What type of items do you create in world?
I create primarily furniture and prefab structures, at the moment. In the future I hope to offer more in the way of attachments, though that will probably wait until I’ve got enough of a product base to warrant the extra time involved. I’d rather get a variety of products out before I start the higher quality, more time intensive works.

What was your initial reaction to OSgrid when you first arrived here?
It’s empty! At first, I didn’t see many people around, and figured the grid was kind of dead. But, I wandered around a bit, and found enough cool people to warrant sticking around. I was also surprised at the quality of available items. I expected an open source grid to be rather full of low quality freebies, but ended up seeing a lot of cool stuff, and some things that I can’t imagine even trying to improve upon.

What makes OSgrid different from other virtual worlds like Second life?
The community is much more giving, as a whole, and people are willing to spend a lot of time helping each other. It feels more like a proper community to me, and with no currency to bog things down, people seem to feel more free to create whatever, without needing to think about if they can sell it. It’s a more personal side of content creation, to me.

Any tips for those wanting to start creating content for virtual worlds?
I always recommend tutorials. My best learning method has always been video tutorials, and you can bet there’s one out there specifically for what you’re trying to do. Beyond that, create what you like. You’ll end up more willing to invest time in things if it’s what you’re into, and you don’t want to dread continuing a project, just because it’s for someone else.

Where do you draw on for your inspiration for creating in virtual worlds?
Everything around me. I’ll see something, or hear people talking about a product, and decide to see what I can do with the same basic idea. My hard drive is full of 3d sketches of things. From that basic idea, if I feel like I can offer something new, or better, I’ll work out my own design. I keep Blender and Photoshop up at all times, and sketch things out constantly.

Where can we find your store in OSgrid?
hop://login.osgrid.org/Littlefield/166/147/22

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I do work by request, as long as I’m free to distribute a basic version of the product.

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Posted by on January 12, 2013 in Announcements

 

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New Years Eve @ Stonehaven Party Isle

Littlefield greeted the new year in with style this year, we had a formal dance at our seasonal party sim Stonehaven Party Isle.  The place was jumping with guests all dressed up to the nines.  At midnight PST we gathered to watch the ball drop and some fabulous fireworks, scripted by our wonderful Dirk Mathers.

Happy New Year from us at Littlefield Systems

Below is a selection of pictures from the party.

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Posted by on January 3, 2013 in Events

 

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Christmas @ LIttlefield Systems – Stonehaven Party Isle

Christmas is our most favourite time of the year.  We love all things Christmas.

Stonehaven Party Isle featuring our Christmas season is now open, search Stonehaven Party Isle on the grid map…hope you enjoy our little bit of Christmas

Littlefield will have their annual Christmas and NYE parties this year on the Stonehaven Party Isle region in OSGrid. The Christmas event is come as you are with live DJ, Dancing, food, etc.. The NYE party will be formal (tuxes are available for men, and you can find gowns for the women at the Littlefield Mall). There will be a ball drop at Midnight PST with fireworks! 

Merry Christmas from Littlefield Systems

Christmas Parties:
December 24, 8:00pm PST – 1:00am PST
December 25, 8:00pm PST – 1:00am PST

NYE Bash:
December 31, 8:00pm PST – 3:00am PST

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Posted by on December 23, 2012 in Events

 

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Littlefield Adult Region

Hello Everyone

We are pleased to announce a new Littlefield region, we have moved all the adult stores from the Littlefield mall area to a new region for adult items.

So now you can find all your favourite BDSM/Adult toys & supplies in one spot.  Search Littlefield Adult on the grid map

All the wonderful art deco style buildings are the creation of Camryn Darkstone.

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Posted by on December 6, 2012 in Announcements

 

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Accessing Littlefield Regions

Hello Everyone

Due to some griefing on one of our regions, Littlefield Systems have taken the steps to make access to the Littlefield Regions group only.

To gain access to our regions:

Search Littlefield Gateway on the OSgrid map and tp there.

Join the Littlefield Gateway group this will allow you access to all our public regions.

We thank you for your patience and understanding with this change to access to our regions.

Regards

Littlefield Systems Admin.

 
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Posted by on November 24, 2012 in Announcements

 

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