Away from the city, the countryside beckons


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Good Sunday everyone.  I hope it’s been a non-eventful one or even an eventful one of the better kind. Mine has been rather quiet other than I broke the screen of my phone, so it was a bit of a nuisance to deal with.

Today I am featuring items from [Schultz Bros.], a creator/builder that I will be blogging for. Their products are all original mesh creations, very high detailed and what more can you ask for then at a low prim cost.  They have some of the most fantastic historical and abandoned buildings.  If you are not familiar with them, you really ought to go check their store out.

I’m featuring their latest creations, which is the Gardens House Gacha set currently at The Chapter Four.  It has 2 rares and 14 commons that I’ve listed below by their number. I like doing that, because it can be somewhat frustrating to try to identify the items that go with a gacha, especially if not grouped together in a picture like this.  Plus it helps me identify it later if and when I want to use it again.  My flickr and blog have become my source for finding items in my inventory!

Below credits is some helpful information provided by the creator to help you make the best use of this set.  The miniature replica of the house is not another item in the set, but rather just a copy that I made and downsized it to be the dogs home. The idea came when I was trying to give the picture some balance and was thinking to put out another large building so I put another copy of the house. It would have worked except when I tried to rez the next thing I was short on prims, which meant I had to rethink my idea. It lead to minimizing the house down into a pets residence, which gave me a chuckle as I was recalling a recent experience that my niece was sharing during her hours of volunteering at one of these non-profit animal shelters.

She talked of how each dog had its own dog house along with a pool and other comforts. Making us laugh as she is rather a very good storyteller. She’s like what pet wants to get adopted when they’re living in that kind of luxury? I sure wouldn’t! The homes were set up like a whole neighborhood and the dogs would be sitting on their front porches as if talking to each other. You can’t help and smile at the image.

The other item that I am showing today is the olive tree by Little Branch.  It’s available at this next round of The Liaison Collaborative.  It’s 4 seasons, so on a click you can pick the season you want. Go check it out!

Enjoy the rest of what’s left of your weekend!

Credits:
*The Gardens House Gacha by [Schultz Bros.] @ The Chapter Four
-01 The Gardeners House RARE
-02 Gardeners Tool Shed RARE
-03 Raised Garden Bed
-04 Seed Rack
-05 Mailbox
-06 Step Ladder
-07 Garden Tools
-08 Wheelbarrow
-09 Bird Houses
-10 Baby Eggplant
-11 Sweet Orange Peppers
-12 Cherry Tomatoes
-13 Herbs
-14 Carrots
-15 Garden Path
-16 Tea Cup Bird Feeder
*Olive Tree.v2 {4 Seasons} by Little Branch @ The Liaison Collaborative
Spring Garden Whole Fence Light by unKindness {part of Spring Cottage Gacha}
Countryside Collies ::Adult Wanderer:: Rare by JIAN @ The Epiphany
Dimelo Luna {rocking chair} by *ionic*
Madeleine’s Roses Bucket by Kalopsia @ Uber
Old Grass by S.R Creations & Clip Arts Pre Fabs
Morning Dew Grass by T-Spot Mesh
Stinging Nettle Plants by T-Spot Mesh
Ground Vegetation by T-Spot Mesh
Dirt Ground- Heavy by [TUFF]
Woodland Weed by Two Moon Gardens
Sheep Paddock – Kattegat Series by Delka- Aedilis Shop {Modified Completely}
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**Please note, this set is being released at The Chapter Four for August 2016,
and will be available in-world @ our new store location after the event ends.
Pull price is 60L.

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Everything is hand made, 100% mesh.
All items are No Copy, Modify, Transfer.
All items, when sized bigger, will most likely increase the land impact… obviously 🙂
Please keep in mind, I don’t transfer items to Copy / Mod versions.

**All items not listed have no notes, or require no additional knowledge**

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01. The Gardeners House RARE – Be aware that when changing wallpaper, you will not be able to get the previous wallpaper back. Also, changing the left wall will also change the right wallpaper with it. Same with front and back.  **I would suggest tinting the walls to a color (use light color), if you’d like to change the look & atmosphere of the interior of the house**

05. Mailbox – does not close.

08. Wheelbarrow – Features texture change. Touch to fill with dirt, touch again to remove.  If you plan on never having dirt, you may simply delete the script inside.

10. – 14. – All plants, please read. These were designed to be placed with the stems and small sign slightly in the ground. The most complex to place might be 14. Carrots. I’d suggest keeping the tops of the carrots slightly above the dirt. Also, linking 2 plants will keep them at 1 LI together. The exception is the Herb garden, as that one is 1 LI even.

15. Garden Path – The path comes wide, and is actually 2 PIECES. You can unlink them, (or edit linked parts for us lazy people lol), and move the other piece in front of the other to make very long path. The Land impact will remain 1 LI, just remember to link them back together 🙂

16. Tea Cup Bird Feeder – If you’d like to use the bird feeder without the stand,you will need to make the string & metal stand texture 100% transparent, then simply place it on whatever surface you desire 🙂

Thank you again & if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to let me know!

-Jogi Schultz
Schultz Bros. Owner

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3 thoughts on “Away from the city, the countryside beckons

  1. OMG I love that set from Schultz Bros! I admit I got stuck for a while on that machine at TCF 😉 I’ve got a couple of items I’ll be using in an upcoming post, including the presentation box for the items – it was just too cute to delete after I opened my stuff 🙂

    Glad I’m not the only one who uses my blog posts for finding stuff in my inventory *grins*

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