The most recent episode of the show is now is now available on the Designing Worlds website at the Treet TV archives – and can also be downloaded free of charge from iTunes.
Pooky Amsterdam and Hydra Shaftoe co-host one of the most fun shows on treet.tv (formerly known as SLCN) – the science based quiz programme, the First Question (formerly known as The Second Question). It was celebrating its 50th show this week – and was recently awarded 3rd Place for best series in the Online Machinima Festival.
And Pooky decided the time had come for a new look (she says she also wanted the chance to be on Designing Worlds!). So she asked us to help – and we turned to Gwen Carillon of Elements in Design. Gwen overhauled the entire studio (actually, she rebuilt a considerable section of it!).
There’s a whole new look, with a cool spacey blue background and elegant seating – including space for the show’s Tiny fans! Gwen has combined traditional elements with hand-crafted textures that reflect the brushed steel and struts of a inter-stellar ship. And Gwen has incorporated Pooky’s two favourite designs – William Morris (on the cushions of the contestants chairs) and plaid.
In fact, Gwen has created a whole special Pooky plaid, which she has used on the cushions of the seats for Pooky and Hydra’s chairs, behind a stunning new desk for the hosts – and Pooky adores it!
See the show in glorious high definition, and you’ll be able to apprecicate fully the beauty of the textures that Gwen has used to create this stunning makeover!
What was Saffia wearing on the show?
“This was a show where I got to walk around a lot – to say nothing of falling off the top of the world!” says Saffia. “So I took advantage of this to wear a lovely bright dress from Neferia Abel of L’Abel and Ivalde. I loved the way the skirt moveed, and the texturing was beautiful!”
Don’t forget, even though our show is now called Designing Worlds, we are still doing our Meta Makeovers, where we bring in a top designer to make over your virtual home or garden!
So if you would like to have a virtual home or garden given the treatment by a top designer, send an email to us at email@example.com with three or four pictures of your home or garden attached, and stating your reasons why you would like a makeover.
And if you know a special place in Second Life that we should really feature on the show, drop us a line too!