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Desert valley and road

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This week I added a new sim surround landscape: a dry, barren valley with steep mountains on both sides. The landscape comes with a long, straight asphalt road. This is a seperate object that you can shift along the valley floor. Since it is a seperate object you can always take it back into your inventory.

Five Outside Sim Landscapes

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These five landscapes can be rezzed on any island sim. They position themselves automatically in the middle of the island. The landscapes are just one object each, consisting of 17 prims. The landscapes surround the island sim. You can always move the landscapes upward or downward after they rezzed, or rotate them to get a different view. Visit the Landscapes Unlimited sim where you can rez all sim surround landscapes.

Sim Surround Islands: second set

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Tropical island environments are very popular in Second Life. Many people want to sit on a comfortable chair or lie down on a towel on a white sandy beach. Most tropical islands are surrounded by empty oceans. Nice, but in the long run a bit boring. Here and there you see some off-sim rocks and waves. Our newest products convert the ocean surrounding an island region into an archipelago of small islands. We als have reefs and crashing ocean waves to go with them. Below you can see four versions of the small islands set. You can always combine them with your other off-sim landscape elements, they often go together very well. Visit the Landscapes Unlimited sim where you can rez all sim surround landscapes.



New Sim Surround Landscape: Four Seasons Islands

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Since a few weeks my focus is on sim surround landscapes. Today I finished four versions of big islands that surround an island sim completely. All of sudden, after one drag-and-drop, your sim is part of a large archipelago of islands with steep, overgrown slopes and bare rocks near the water line. The effect is instantaneous! We also have matching tropical reefs and big ocean waves that crash on distant reefs. Yes, the flat white part in the middle is the actual island sim! Visit the Landscapes Unlimited sim where you can rez all sim surround landscapes.