The Ark (which closes today, so hurry up and visit!) is a new event focused on pets, animals and related items. I had been looking forward to it since it was announced, but I must admit that I was somewhat disappointed in the first round as it seemed like too many items that you could have found at just any other event. However, there were definitely some really good things on offer too, with one of the top picks being the latest Teeglepet horse from Teegle—the Friesian. Since I’ve collected all the previous ones, of course I had to get this one too.
In this post, I am also showcasing a bridle for the Friesian by Mythril, decor and clothing from The Looking Glass and Roped Passions for the Spoonful of Sugar Festival and a new dress from Senzafine for We Love Role-Play.
Starting with the new Teeglepet, the Friesian comes in a no copy and a copy version, for L$1500 or L$6000. The horse is rideable both rezzed and attached and if you know some basic object editing you can add wearables to the horse and switch out the animations.
Here I have added a bridle by Mythril (who also makes fabulous animations for both people and horses and I am in fact using the Roleplay HUD to adjust my poses in this post) which comes with several different leather colours, two options for the lead rope (hanging down or slung across the back) and optional reins. The bridle is also available for the other Teeglepets and for the Teegle horse avatar.
I am wearing the Althea gown from Senzafine for We Love Role-Play and Ran is wearing the Amine Formal Kaftan from Roped Passions. The robe as well as the walls, the gate and the tiled walkways (all by The Looking Glass) seen just behind us are available at the Spoonful of Sugar Festival which benefits MSF/Doctors Without Borders
Body Parts: Slink Physique body, Slink hands & feet, LeLutka Simone head, Mayfly eyes
Skin: Imabee Atara Apical
Hair: Exile Stacy
Clothes: Senzafine Althea (We Love Role-Play)
Pet: Teegle Teeglepet The Friesian (The Ark) with Mythril Keuring Halter Set
Decor: The Looking Glass Moroccan Walls & Moroccan Walkways (Spoonful of Sugar Festival)