Second Life Living Room Dining Room Table for 8
Receive up to 8 of your Second Life guests for dinner on antique bentwood chairs around a Dutchie’s dining table covered with a white linen tablecloth with crisply folded napkins and fine china.
On the menu is
- tomato soup with basil
- baked camembert with cranberry sauce, green beans, and potatoes
- and chocolates and espresso as dessert
Up to 8 guests on Dutchie’s Second Life dining table
The table serves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 people, either a la carte or in 8 long looped sequences, with 80 different animations, 80 rezzer scenes and eight props. You will never play the same animation as one of your guests. Dinner for two ends with holding hands, and dinner for 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 ends slightly drunk.
The video I’ve included below shows the Second Life dining table and chairs in action. It is perfectly designed to fit the Villa Utrecht, my most ambitious Second Life house.
Perfect as a meeting table too
Have a business meeting, negotiation, presentation, or just coffee while reading a paper on the accompanying chairs. Two different versions with each ten female and ten male animations ensure your guests will all look great during the occasion.
Customer reviews of the Second Life Dining Table
Party Table. When I visited my sister last Christmas, we always seem to end up at her dining set. It’s so fun because the animations make you feel like you are really together. So, I had to have one of my own. One of the best purchases I have ever made in Second Life. That’s saying a lot because I am so picky. Thank you to the makers of a really great product!!
This set really sets the atmosphere and brings a new level of realism to your home or restaurant. It isn’t cluttered with a million items that will boggle your mind and not fit in well with the layout, but instead is perfectly set up with well thought out additions that fit the design of the set. I am totally in love with this dining room and like another reviewer mentioned, I to am wondering when the cupboards you see in the background that fit the crockery and glasses will be released in a pack, I will snap those right up.
As is to be expected, the quality of this set is first-rate. I could rave about the mesh, the textures, the animations, etc, but the thing that thrilled me most about this set is the effect it had when I gathered enough friends to fill the seats and try it out. My intent was to test the table, to see if it would be suitable for a project I’m working on, and this turned out to be quite a difficult task. Instead of paying attention to the animations and props, we found ourselves lost in conversation, forgetting the objective that was right under our nose. It’s one thing to create a piece of stunning furniture, and something else entirely to create stunning furniture that fosters an immersive experience. With this release, Dutchie has accomplished both.
I’m pretty sure my grandparents had these. The design is a big throwback to an era of furniture that isn’t found in many retailers aside from Dutchie. As such this item is more of a must have, because you won’t get the style anywhere else.
Scripts and animations are good, and if you can fully load the table with guests is brilliant for machinima or photos. Textures and mesh as always are to a very high standard, and the cost is outweighed by the superior craftsmanship of the product.