Well its all over almost. All the drama surrounding the event will be laid to rest for a while (at least until Burning Life). I’ve had many kind words from residents who visited the Dome and had a wonderful experience. Here are just a few of the messages i and rest of the team got during the two weeks of SL5B.
“:) Hello Loki, wonderful exhibit at the SL5B, very creative…….thank you for sharing it.”
“I love love love loved your Storytime Epcot Exhibit at the SL5B. VERY well done. :)”
“I’ve just been through your wonderful exhibit at SL5B. What an joyous, insightful experience! You and your friends have created a fantastic experience. ”
“I almost boycotted SL5B because of the whole child AV refusal debacle. I am so very glad that I didn’t. This truly captures the essense of what being a child here, being a part of this wonderful community, and having a family is all about here in SL. ”
“had a look inside just before everything opened, and it’s simply amazing
hmmm time for me to go… nice meeting you and thanks for a great build (and experience, inside it)”
” Saw your dome at the SL5B.. it’s brilliant.. :D.. wow”
“your Childhood Dreams build at SL5B is wonderful! i’m glad it is here… :)”
“Loki! Your exhibit at SL5B is so amazing! I want to live in it :)”
The messages go on.
I could not be happier with the response i got. I was a bit worried i’d not be able to pull off the idea of a story experience in a dome. I was’nt even sure i could create a dome!. But with help from my friends and the team that formed to help i had nothing to worry about 🙂
Gemini and Kris have expressed interest in placing the dome somewhere permanent, but as yet i had not really thought about what will happen to the dome. It will probably vanish to be left as a fun memory in those who experienced it.
[UPDATE] : im working on having a book published of the exhibit. A childrens book with pictures from the exhibit. Will post an update here once i have found out the quality of the printing. 🙂