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Genre (Anime): Scarlet Luck

Previously posted @ Prim Dolls.

Fire and Wood

I have a deep and abiding love for anime, the theme for this month's Genre. My actual favorites are the magical girl anime, where one or more girls – usually in the 12-16 range – get special powers to save the world. It is a powerful series of images at a time when girls are becoming women, stepping into a wider world, and dealing with all which that entails. My first favorite was Mysterious Thief Saint Tail, the story of a young acrobatic thief who steals form the criminal to bring justice into the world, pursued by someone who only slowly begins to see her in the chase. The eternal fan favorite was Sailor Moon, but I was always more of a Pretear or Wedding Peach sort – Pretear for it's complicated story of love and friendship, and Wedding Peach for the introductory speeches which won my heart.I've just recently tun into LaGrange, a combination of mecha and magical girls which makes me truly happy. On the twisted side of the genre, there is Princess Tutu, the story of a bird who becomes a girl who becomes a Ballet Magical Girl; it begins in a world of lightness and playfulness but rapidly evolves into a meditation on depression, pain, self-discovery, and the power of stories. And a celebration and critique of the entire genre is part of Puella Magi Madoka Magica, the powerful tale of recursion, fate, and friendship.

All of these stories are about women with the will and power to change the world, but also about the challenges and glories of friendship between girls and women, and how we influence each other to grow and become better people. Sometimes, like with Pretear, the relationships between women are more tenuous, but most of the stories have a central theme of love and understanding primarily between women who may often work at cross purposes.

Light Dance

My outfit is in the style of magical girls, short and bubbly with plenty of ruffles and cuteness. I pulled largely from Genre this look but flavored it liberally with bits from katat0nik, who draws heavily from anime aesthetics. Her arm bands are one of my new favorite ways to accentuate an outfit, and I simply don't want to take my froggy cap off! I picked my eyes – gem style anime eyes from The Stringer Mausoleum – to match the bright blue froggy eyes of my cap. They come in a bunch of types and are fit for petites as well as full sized avatars; I'm wearing the mesh ones in these images. In true anime style, though, my eyes are almost completely hidden behind these astonishing bangs from the Kazama Store. I love the shape, and the cel shading, and the fact it is modify-ok so I could fit it to my fat head and around my enormous ears! It's all of a piece, so you can't resize individual parts, but since it's one piece you can make it wider without making it taller, which is almost as good! It comes in a bunch of colors from the naturalish to the entirely not, and would be especially perfect for an avatar more inspired by anime's artistic conventions than mine is.

Pretty much the rest of my outfit from shoes to collar are all from Faster Pussycat. There are very few ruffled skirts of this style and I really love the many layers and intricate curves. I also like the cut-out on the front of the scoop bodice and the delicate strings tied between them. The heels are entirely impractical – good things I have wings! – but that makes them a fun example of high, stylistic platforms. The polka dot detailing pulled the outfit together, and I really liked the skull touch – that and the rich shade of red round out what is otherwise a sweet and adorable outfit. The hint of death among the cute is definitely a recurring theme of anime and magical girl anime in particular. Under the cute and frills there are darker drives and painful experiences that gradually transform girls into women, if the girls survive the process. I accented my outfit's colors, and it's theme, with my nails, an elegant circle and stripe motif from Dark Passions, not available at Genre but definitely worth picking up oh its own. Referencing Ophelia and her destruction as a teenager, it seemed entirely appropriate.

Broad Strokes

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Genre: Blown Out

Previously posted @ Prim Dolls.

Star at Heart

As I’ve said before, the Genre theme this month is Rockabilly – and this month is continuing for another couple of days, until the twelfth, so you have time to get your country on! I went for super saturated color and blown out highlights for this set of pictures – it seemed to fit the comic book sensibilities of my DRBC dress, now available at Genre. The dress itself comes with a ton of textures, but the second I saw this one, I knew what I wanted to wear! Look elsewhere for your vibrant red and blue, or your stylish black and white poodle skirt – I’m bringing pulp fiction to the grid! The bright colors of my skirt really stand out against the black base dress, a few white polka dots here and there to cut up the darkness. The cap sleeves of the blouse are cut and rigged well – I have a very wriggly animation set, but the sleeves always stayed in place and moved naturally. The scoop neckline is mirrored front and back, the perfect setting for a variety of necklaces, though here I selected a collar from Enfant Terrible, available as part of the TAG! Gacha event, which echoes the polka dots and brings in some stripes. The DRBC dress’ skirt has nice, large folds which make it adaptable across a variety of poses; I’m always watchful for what happens to a skirt when legs cross or move together, and in this case the folds bunch naturally with very little of the “cutting” which can occur when a skirt isn’t rigged as well.

Say Hello to my Little Friend

I kept with the 1950s theme with with hairstyle by Anachron which combines the best parts of Rosie the Riveter’s kerchief practicality with a forward bang curl and a long chignon over the back of the head. Much to my glee, the entire hairstyle is editable – both all of it and in pieces – which means I was able to modify it to fit over and around my larger-than-average ears! It’s always a blessing when a hairstyle lets me shift it around in the small ways necessary for a non-standard avatar, and in this case it was a breeze to make everything fit. Like my DRBC dress, this hair from Anachron is re-texturable via a HUD, and the kerchief has a variety of patterns; here I selected a bright red and skull pattern to match my monstrous skirts. The skulls make a subtle polka dot design, which holds the whole outfit together, even the final matching pieces – my shoes and glasses from Eclectica. Both are re-texturable via blue touch menu, but as an added bonus they are also editable – meaning I could custom tint the bow and trim on my shoes to draw out the colors of my skirt – in this case bright red and orange with a slightly duller teal. I love how Eclectica always gives options for individualization of her creations so I can add touches like this; the look would work without it, but I think it adds a bit more polish to subtly echo colors in multiple places. They’re fit for medium SLink feet and available in a bunch of other polka dot colors.

Broken Lines

To finish out my look I wanted to keep the theme of historical monsters and the bright colors without introducing alpha which might conflict with the alpha of my glasses. To that end, I went with demon wings – in this case a set of chibi demon wings I picked up from Illusions a long time ago at Halloween. These have a wonderful shape and fit beautifully above the scoop neckline of my DRBC dress. I also pulled out one of the dragons from Avatar Bizarre to perch on my shoulder and add some green to my brightly colored mix. I picked up a whole bunch of these at Fantasy Faire and I’m looking forward to pairing them with a bunch of outfits! The tail and head curve are particularly fun, offering up a sense of personality and interacting in an interesting manner with the rest of my look.

The lighting was an experiment, playing with bright and shadows in a more extreme manner than I usually do. I think the effect was wonderful especially using some of the more interestingly shaped items around France Portnawak. One of the blessings and curses of photographing in the wild is a basic lack of control – it offers up chances for serendipity, like the star I found in the top picture, or the pinup pictures below. It’s always an adventure on the grid!

Eclectic Interiors

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Skin: Izzie’s, Irene
Hair: Anachron, Rosie Hair (Genre)
Ears: .:Soul:., High Elf
Eyes: .:Soul:., RooMee
Eyelashes 1: SLink, Mesh Lashes
Eyelashes 2: Flugeln Brise, 05-A
Glasses: Eclectica, “Rockabilly” sunglasses (Genre)
Lipstick: Adore & Abhor, Shreveport Lips
Collar: Enfant Terrible, Star choker (TAG! Gacha)
Dragon: Avatar Bizarre, Chinese Shoulder Dragon
Wings: Illusions, Chibi Demon Wing
Hands and Feet: SLink, Hands and Feet
Nails: Orc Inc, GLitterslash
Outfit: DRBC, Grace Swing Dress (Genre)
Shoes: Eclectica, “Rockabilly” platform stilettos (Genre)

Pose: Don’t Freak Out

Location: France Portnawak
Light Settings: TOR, DUSK Fairytale Glow
Water Settings: Glassy

Photographed by Deoridhe Quandry
Post processing: Cropping

Skipping this Genre Round. – Not!

Previously posted @ Shopping Therapy with Shay.

Paula and Rita Dresses by Fission for Genre
On the Dot nailpolish by Vengeful Threads for Genre
Daisa Flats by Candy Doll for Kustom9
Skipping Poses by Sari-Sari
Fae Skin by Lara Hurley
Tenille hair by TRUTH

My Favorite Genre

Previously posted @ {K}iss {K}iss.

Genre kicks off another round of great shopping under the theme of “rockabilly.” YAHOO! I just love retro fashions and Fission and Lumae are supplying everything I need to make my rockabilly dreams come true!

rockabilly babes

Skin: Adore/Cherry Pie in Cinnamon and Sable

Let’s talk about this beautiful addition to Lumae’s Adore skin line. This vintage themed make up is called Cherry Pie. She comes in all tones and includes everything you will need.. all eyebrow colours, freckle options, body options and all head and body appliers, even for petites!

Fission gets into the mix by offering up two, flirty themed fashions. Paula, the good girl, is a strapless dress available in black, blue, pink and red. Rita, the rebellious one, is a cute summer set with skirt and matching bustier. She too comes in black, red, blue and pink.

The items from Lumae and Fission are available only at Genre, which ends on May 12.

Teleport to Genre.

On Paula

  • hair: pinup mesh hair, blondes by virtual diva
  • jewelry:burning love jewelry set by sn@tch
  • manicure: dazzeling blue by zoz

On Rita

  • hair: judette by tameless
  • necklace: corazon necklace by artilleri
  • cigarette: by 19 motorcycle / Paint.O

Tagged: artilleri, khitten, lumae, Second Life, sn@tch, tameless, virtual diva, zoz

Genre: Rebel Yell

Previously posted @ Prim Dolls.

This is a bit of a departure from my usual look.

Looking for Trouble

The theme for Genre this month is Sons of Genre, and Bikers have taken over. This is the biggest break from my style that I’ve ever done; the Apocalypse and Dark Magic both brought out the power of Dark Deo, but I still managed something clean cut and even a little sweet or Medieval at times. This time… there is no sweet left. There is no cute, no giggle, not even the shine of gossamer wings outside of the flash of rainbow on my Noctis biker goggles. Available alone or combined with a wide variety of scary helmets (we’ll see if I can work any of THEM into a look!) the rainbow lenses are only one of the five options, and the goggle section itself has three metal designs. The goggles are also editable, which means if you want to fit the strap to a finicky bald head, like I did, it’s totally easy.

My spikes and eyeshadow (the latter a little concealed, I’ll admit!) are both from The Stringer Mausoleum, whose style seems oddly perfect for this intersection of grimy reality and dangerous fantasy. The spiky head is also editable so I could make sure the flat part of each spike fit nicely to my skull, and the effect is striking – if distinctly non-Deoish. There are five other colors besides this metallic blue, for all of your “HEADPETTERS BEWARE!” needs. And finally, tucked over my Rosal corset neck (not available at Genre) is a thick chain necklace from Painfully Divine, which looks both divine and somewhat painful! I love how heavy it is, each link easily as wide as two fingers, and the curve around the neck is perfect – especially over a particularly thin neck. It’s available in three dark and heavy colors, but I’d love to also see it shined up and in even more shades – it walks a line between decorative and substantial that I find quite appealing.


Continuing the theme of “not your average Deo,” even my wings have been traded in by the cutest bit of my ensemble – this backpack from Distorted Dreams. I tremble to call it cute – I am a scary biker chick who eats glass for breakfast! – but it really is adorable, and would work as well on the back of a schoolgirl as it does as the wings of a terrifying creature like myself! It is also editable – I’m sensing a theme here! – which means the sometimes irritating shoulder pieces can be changed to fit an outfit or a pose; a blessing for backpacks! My final accessory in an outfit which seems to be more accessory than outfit is a pair of terrifying skull-wing rings from Eclectica. There are two color sets available, one the darker rough-and-tumble shades and the other slightly brighter, as if maybe there could be a happy ending once the enemies are put in the ground – or at least a hardcore drive off a cliff! The black outline on them gives an almost comic-book feel, the edges sharp enough to cut.

All of my accessories combine to support the jeans-and-chaps and tank top combo from The Annex. I’m used to seeing flowing dresses and ruffles from them, so this brief and somewhat hardcore offering is eye opening – and one of the reasons why Genre can be such fun. The tank is embellished with a loosely laced opening in the front and the sizes would fit a whole range of avatars on Second Life. The Jeans and chaps are amazing, and one of my favorite bits of clothing available at this event. The hip fit is very low, which isn’t even close to my usual style, but which works with this outfit, and the added layer of leather over the legs and bucked around the waist draws a lot of attention to some of my nicer features while still seeming realistic. The added large buckles down the sides, and the stud detailing of the belt, makes this seem like something a Scary Momma would wear when out on a ride – though I’ll admit the white bodystocking from Reasonable Desires and all of the corsetry from Rosal (neither available at Genre) is a tad less realistic. Although this is a lot less skin than I often show, it feels like it’s a lot more due to what skin is shown off and how – I think I pulled off dangerously sexy pretty well, even if I do say so myself!

Adults Only

( More pictures here. )


Skin: Izzie’s, Irene
Sparkles: Folly, Rainbow Sheen
Hair Spikes: The Stringer Mausoleum (Genre)
Ears: .:Soul:., High Elf
Eyes: .:Soul:., RooMee
Eyelashes 1: SLink, Mesh Lashes
Eyelashes 2: Flugeln Brise, 05-A
Goggles: Noctis, Vintage biker goggles
Eyeshadow: The Stringer Mausoleum, Roxy Makeup (Genre)
Backpack: Distorted Dreams, Wheel & Pray Backpack (Genre)
Outfit: The Annex, The Outlaw (Genre)
Corset Pieces: Rosal, Viron-M
Necklace: Painfully Divine, Thick Chain Necklace (Genre)
Rings: Eclectica, Skull Ring (Genre)
Lingerie: Reasonable Desires, Darion
Shoes: G Field, Open Boots “Vilda”

Pose: HelaMiyo

Location: Brotherhood of Bikers
Light Settings: Phototools, B/W Light 8 (modified)
Water Settings: Glassy

Photographed by Deoridhe Quandry
Post processing: Cropping

Supernatural – Irish Fair and Genre

Previously posted @ *** Mundo da Shel ***.

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Jessie Hair – CaTwA – NF
Rigged Mesh hair
Bangs – Rigged Mesh
Hair – 2 Versions Flat/Puffy – 4 sizes each

Bijoux Skin – Essences – NF
Medium01 – Brunette

Lara Mesh Body 2.1 – Maitreya – NF

App Hud Maitreya Body – Essences – NF

App Hud Slink Hand/Feet – Essences – NF

Ally Bodysuit – .::Supernatural::. – Genre
2 Colors Available – Red and Black ( sold separately)
Appliers for:
TMP-Belleza-Slink Physique-Maitreya-Brazilia Doll-WowMeh-KL*Lena-Phat/Cute Azz-Ghetto
Banned-Brazilia-Perfect Bum and Omega

Amy Heels – .::Supernatural::. – Biker’s Choice Fair ( Gacha)
Rigged Mesh – Slink High Feet
Black – RARE
Pink – Common
Red – RARE

Isis Head Piece – .::Supernatural::. – Irish Fair
2 Metals Options Gold and Silver
Gold – Common
Purple – Common
Red – RARE ( silver and Gold)

Lucky Garter – .::Supernatural::. – Irish Fair
Black – Green ( RARE) and Red (Rare)

Av Enhance Slink Hands – Slink – NF

Av Enhance Slink Feets – Slink – NF

Genre: Reversal of Fortune

Previously posted @ Prim Dolls.

I am not only decked out in a bunch of amazing Genre exclusives, but I also built a fun set in the moonlight from the same source; the Dark Arts has been fertile for pushing my style in directions it doesn’t often go and this time I did a cool teal look for an icy fortune teller, in contrast to the fiery fanatic of my first look. I also went significantly sleeker and more modern, wanting a high contrast with my prior appearance.

Neither Eyes to See

My outfit is actually a combination of items from two stores – a mini-dress turned shirt from Vengeful Threads, and a pair of leggings from Sn@tch that match so perfectly that they seem made for each other. Both of them are textured with rich colors – a deep black with pale gray highlights, and a wonderfully rich teal that fades in and out of the blackness it is placed upon. The teal seems almost enameled, with hints of the black base beneath and some lovely light edges around the flames of the halter top. The Vengeful Threads halter top itself is quite sexy, with the teardrop cutout and low slung sides holding up a spiked waistband. I love the shift from dominant teal to dominant black, with the veves glowing magically out of the darkness of the skirt. This same effect is echoed on the leggings from Sn@tch – a black background with a pattern of inverted crosses glowing out of it. The effect is nearly a smooth one until the ankles, when the fabric buckles naturally and forms a perfect base for either the standard Second Life foot or the SLink feet I used here. The two together work wonderfully together and make a cohesive look that forms the basis for a truly impressive selection of accessories.

Walking Blind

The first set of accessories all come from one store – Zanzibar creationZ – and work together wonderfully. Firstly the circlet with the soft sea green sliver of moon is one of a variety of crowns with a similar design but different seals on the gray metal “shadow”, each representing a different demon from the Ars Goetia. All of the colors come with a different sigil and is named for the demon represented by that sigil – so take care whom you place upon your brow! They come in packs of two – for example, my Leraje circlet also comes with Amon in red. Also from ZcZ is the rings in blackened metal on my fingers – worked in the shapes of runes from Norse and Germanic cultures. Manaz, Uruz, Othilo, Dagaz, and Sowilo make up both hands, placed on various fingers with Sowilo tucked before the second knuckle. They’re fit for the SLink Relaxed hand but each ring is editable independently to fit them to any hand of your choice. They are also resizable, which means that even on my unusually sized girl paw it was a matter of stretching them a little to make them fit. At the same time, I added the symbolic black and white manicure and pedicure from ZcZ, including a variety of other symbols – including the anhk one I’m using. I love them for their simplicity, and for symbols with directions there are options for coloring the nails appropriately.

Lambent Glow

ZcZ set a high bar for accessories, but luckily the rest of my accessories clear it handily! Over my eyes is an amazing mask and horns from BluPrintz with lovely dangling crystals. It’s color change between several options – I’m showing bone horns with a black mask and yellow jewels, but there are tons of other options for other looks. I found the fit to be easy and there are even small bands which hook over the ears for verisimilitude. I paired it with the lipstick from Sn@tch – also featured above for leggings – a dull color with simple sheen which is a perfect match for the brighter, gleaming eyeshadows you can pick up with it. The final touch to my whole look is this amazing, color change via HUD necklace from LOULOU&CO, which comes in eye and gem styles. I chose the eye, of course, since I even seers need some way to see! It fits perfectly into the keyhole of my Vengeful Threads dress, and the petals and beads can all be shifted to different colors and patterns. It’s a creepy and yet lovely accessory that I think all of the blind seers will be selecting from now on!

Walking into my Fortune

The backdrop I build is in the forests of Lasting City, a lovely sim designed and created by my dear friend Charlie. I shamelessly took over a grove, filling it first with the fountain and stone surround from Frogstar, which also include the curving stone frame and the hanging glow stones. I love the use of materials on this in particular – the stone looks slightly damp in the moonlight, catching the light sharply in contrast with the softer and duller ground. In the center I placed an enlarged crystal ball from Noctis – the one with the skeletal hands holding the stone in place. It also moves as you look into it – an eerie effect even in a much smaller globe. Arranged around the fountain are a set of candles in cross bases from Artisan Fantasy, seven total candle colors available. The wood is set to gleam glossily and the candles themselves give off a soft, golden glow. And finally, tucked off to the side and captured above in the shot that took in my non-Genre shoes is a wonderfully programmed Tarot Deck from Anachron which uses the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck that passed into public domain. There are a bunch of spreads available, and more astonishingly the deck is set to give a short description of the card, with additional notes if it’s reversed. It’s an amazing set for Tarot Readings in Second Life, and I can’t recommend it enough!

Moonlit Grove

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Skin: Izzie’s, Irene
Sparkles: Folly, Rainbow Sheen
Hair: Analog Dog, Aeris
Circlet: .: ZcZ :., Sigil Circlet (Genre)
Ears: .:Soul:., High Elf
Mask: BluPrintz, Cursed Practitioner (Genre)
Lipstick: Sn@tch, Analisa Lipstick (Genre)
Wings: Remarkable Oblivion, Eternity Wings
Necklace: LOULOU&CO, Necklace Hanami (Genre)
Hands and Feet: SLink, Rigged Mesh Hands and Feet
Nails: .: ZcZ :., Symbolic Manicure (Genre)
Rings: .: ZcZ :., Lotolesse Ring Set (Genre)
Outfit: Vengeful Threads, Touch of Evil Mini (Genre)
Pants: Sn@tch, Mala Leggings (Genre)
Shoes: Deadpool, Graveyard Shift 2 (Limited)

Frogstar, Midnight Pond (Genre)
Noctis, Crystal Ball 1 (Genre)
Artisan Fantasy, Maiden Tor Ritual Candles (Genre)
Anachron, Tarot Card Deck (Genre)

Pose: Grafica

Location: Lasting City
Light Settings: Phototools, Moon Light 05

Photographed by Deoridhe Quandry
Post processing: Cropping

Witching Genre

Previously posted @ Another World.

This is a great week to shop if you like all things dark.  Between this week’s The Witching Hour and this month’s Genre, you’ll be all set.  The theme for Genre is “The Dark Arts.”

I absolutely love this snake necklace from Goth1c0.  It’s in their gacha at The Witching Hour.  The necklaces are rares and there are gorgeous snake bracelets to grab as well.  You can preview everything here.


This gorgeous dress is by Squishy Fluff for Genre.  I just love the St. Peter’s crosses and the pentacle print.  The darkness inspired me to return to Bentham Forest for a visit.  It’s just as gorgeously dark as ever.

Skin: –Glam Affair – Sia Artic tone – 05
Brows:  .ARISE. Mana Eyebrows Dark
Teeth: A Netherworld – Prim Vampire Teeth
Hair: *Dura* Christmas G-gift  2014 (Black)
Eyes: Ephemeral Neko – Shadow Cat Mesh Eyes (Moonglow)
Necklace: Goth1c0: Seth Necklace Red RARE (at The Witching Hour)
Hands: Slink Avatar Enhancement Hands – Casual
Dress: Squishy Fluff – Harlot tunic dress (at Genre)
Pose by Label Motion for The Dressing Room Fusion
Location: Bentham Forest

Genre: Dark Summoner

Previously posted @ Prim Dolls.

Welcome to my Playground

Genre‘s theme is the Dark Arts this round, and the inspiration covers a lot of ground – from traditional practices of Tarot and Demonology to popular fiction. It also gave me a chance to get in touch with shadow!Deo, who lurks in the places least seen and comes out… well, best to leave those considerations unspoken. My face is made up of a combination of things; layered underneath is the base tattoo from Spyralle, meant to go with a variety of forehead decorations – foreheads were popular this month! It’s a webwork design you’ll see more of in future posts, but I liked the effect of the lacy edges under my mask, an incredible creation from Eclectica. It’s formed and textured like leather, ridged and edged very realistically with simple, smooth curling horns coming from the temples. I love the texturing on this in particular, from the gleam of the eyes to how each section captures the light. It looks sharp and wild, yet still retains it’s mask-like quality, which I really appreciate. My jewelry is also from Eclectica, but isn’t a release at Genre, and after this round of Genre is over, the mask will join the rest of Eclectica‘s creations at her store.

Baphomet is my Pal

My dress is from Wimey, and manages to somehow be both adorable and menacing – a Wimey special, in my experience. I am a sucker for outfits with snakes on them, and this one does not disappoint – with a python lovingly hugging waist and breast both. The snake part is textured with a dappled metallic effect, like beaten metal, while the corset top and skirt both have the heavy, thick quality of leather. I particularly like the embossed pattern on the bodice and how the bottom v of the bodice is more heavily creased, as if the wearer has sat a lot in it. The effect is a wearable garment, even though it’s all leather. I added on some flash nails from Vengeful Threads, a field of red trees on a black background – certainly appropriate for the overall look and very slick. My shoes, in contrast, look like they were decoupaged from old Tarot cards – a fun and misty effect from Sense-able Fashions. The shoe shape itself is simple, a perfect base for the overlaying of brightly colored cards to really be shown at their best.

Step on Nails

The final touch to my demonic fashion is a curse from BluPrintz – swirling flames which can be connected by a series of particles to form stars of different numbers of points – from three to twelve. The options for colors are immense – there is a way to change both colors of the flames as well as the color of the links; I went with a dull, bloody red for the star, and left the points as bright orange and red flames. In addition to flames swirling behind, there is a second set included which swirls around the body perpendicular to it – rather like the magical effects of anime, or what happened last week when I summoned that… oh, well… nevermind. It’s not important.It’s definitely critical to make it to Genre before …whatever happened last week catches up with us, though – remember, salt and circles, and try to make sure what you summon isn’t on the same side of the barrier as you are.

Strike a Pose, and a Henchman

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Skin: Izzie’s, Irene
Sparkles: Folly, Rainbow Sheen
Hair: Wasabi Pills, Reptilia
Ears: .:Soul:., High Elf
Eyes: .:Soul:., RooMee
Eyelashes 1: SLink, Mesh Lashes
Eyelashes 2: Flugeln Brise, 05-A
Lips: Pink Fuel, Metallic Lipsticks
Face: Spyralle, Spell Catcher (Genre)
Mask: Eclectica, Baphomet Mask (Genre)
Wings: Remarkable Oblivion, Eternity Wings
Hands: SLink, Rigged Mesh Hands
Nails: Vengeful Threads, Touch of Evil (Genre)
Jewelry: Eclectica, Gothic Pearls Set
Outfit: Wimey, Nagini Dress (Genre)
Curse: BluPrintz, The Burning Curse (Genre)
Shoes: Sense-able Fashions, Tarot Pumps (Genre)

Pose: Grafica

Location: oporuto
Light Settings: TOR, NIGHT Dark came over
Water Settings: Pond

Photographed by Deoridhe Quandry
Post processing: Cropping

“Dark Arts” Genre event

Previously posted @ Michele Hyacinth’s Weblog.

I couldn’t resist sharing yet another wonderful creation from uber talented friend Tiffy Vella of Eclectica.  Here’s Tiffy’s Baphomet Mask (in black) just in time for Mardi Gras.  Get yours at February’s “Dark Arts” Genre event .  For more information, check out the Genre blog here.  

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