DUTCHIE – MID-CENTURY DINING TABLE WITH BENTO HANDS ANIMATIONS
DUTCHIE has released a mid-century modern dining table for Bento Hands, try it Inworld and purchase on Marketplace, too.
The deceptively simple design is a tribute to The Style, the Dutch artistic movement founded 100 years ago in 1917. The Style consisted of artists and architects like Piet Mondriaan, Bart van der Leck en Gerrit Rietveld. They advocated pure abstraction and universality by a reduction to the essentials of form and colour.
DUTCHIE‘s dining table can seat 1, 2, 3 or 4 sitters, either a la carte or in 4 long looped sequences. It offers 40 different animations, 40 rezzing scenes and 6 auto attach props. Dinner for 2 ends with holding hands, dinner for 1, 3 or 4 end slightly drunk. The 1st and 3rd seat have slightly more feminine, the 2nd and 4th more masculine animations. You can change seats by going to the top of the menu and clicking Swap there. There are 4 long slow looped sequences, so you can dine and entertain your guests all night without having to click the table.
The dining table is especially designed to make new Bento hand animations work together with all the best dining animations in SL. Black Tulip’s custom made hand poses and scripts make holding a spoon, a wine glass, a knife and a fork look even more realistic and fun.
A second table without Bento hand scripts is included in case you only wear default Second Life hands.
There are 9 decorative table dressing options, security and poses can be adjusted. In more detail – 8 optional decorative table settings for when it is not in use, the smallest with the land impact of 13 prims (Dress and Cheese for 2), the highest with the land impact of 32 prims (Pasta for 4). There is also a 9th option for clearing the table. Land Impact is 9 with Permissions of Copy/Modify. 100% original Mesh with Materials enabled.
Enjoy watching DUTCHIE‘s entertaining Dinner Party video – HERE