The shoes are actually color change - which is easy on the inventory and hard on the sims. Scripted things are apparently a huge, awful deal, but at the same time my inventory always hovers around 60k these days, so trying to balance those two things is not easy! I don't really understand the whole scripted load thing, especially for scripts not running, but they seemingly must "listen" to something even when activated by a touch? No~ idea. If that's the case, though, I'm a little ball of scripts form my finely coiffed hair, which has color changing ribbons, to the tips of my toes.
This sim was very scripty, too. Many of the things I'm standing on, the boxes behind me, the lines and figures, all moves, change, appear and disappear. It's like a constantly changing kaleidoscope, only less... scopey. There's also music, changing and responding to what I did. Part of me really wanted to see it, experience it, with a lot of other people causing changes all around me.
There are a lot of elements from Bryn Oh's other builds, placed together in a reflective, almost retrospective manner. The lighting I ended up using was very harsh, which made some of the things a challenge - walking up the floating platforms for example - but I think the colored-chiaroscuro effect was quite worth the effort. I'm dressed pretty much identically to my last set of pictures in this color, but look at what a difference lighting makes!
( More pictures here! )
Eyes: De La Soul, RooMee Eyes - Rainbow
Skin: De La Soul, Charlie - Sparkle
Ears: Illusion, Mystic Ear
Wings: Fancy Fairy, Azarelle Iridescent
Hair: Tribal Soul Designs, Kage - Purple
Dress: Katat0nik, Ruff Haus - candy yellow
Shoes: Katat0nik, Kita Mary Jane - candy purple
Light Settings: Orange Incubus
Water Settings: [TOR] Arrakissed variations - red
Photographed by Deoridhe Quandry
Post processing: Cropping only