Nothing Personal

By Ande – Lost in my Imagination. Visit Nothing Personal for original post.

nothing-personal.Shi is at the November round of Crossroads. I have noticed that Joy is playing around with her colors and has made a new selection of huds with colors. I love this hair , it’s funky and it sort of reminded me of something you would see in a Grungy chic fashion style. I paired this hair called Kadosh with a fur jacket by Titzuki , This oversize Patches Fur jacket comes in several different colors one of them being the Emerald color that I am wearing. These coats come with a  hud that changes the colors of the patches on the coat and all the textures on them. They come with an over the shoulder option and worn. The shirt underneath is a shirt by Poema, The Virginia in Spain shirt has a really nice visual appealing graphic and when I saw it I snatched up pretty quickly it’s on the marketplace for 80L you can’t beat that. The piercing is by Diamante, You know I think it was a week or so ago and I was looking for a piercing and I am not sure why but piercings in sl aren’t a very big thing. I wonder if it is because they are so weight heavy for the complexity in second life.

On a completely different topic, I am using a lumipro hud for this shot, completely different kind of thing to get used to , especially when you have been used to making your own lights and filters. This gadget is handy, though you can use it just about anywhere and take the filters and lights with you. It also has poses in it and you can use it with more than one person. I am still getting use to it and this is the first I have used it taking pictures . When you wear the projector it gives you different option filters and that’s what I am using to make the shadow of window lines over my background.  The background is a rama  scene called the Selfie work room.

Hair: .Shi : Kadosh @CrossRoads

Mesh Head: CATWA HEAD Helena V4.10

Lips: Pink Acid & Catwa City Girl Lipstick Applier Vamp

Piercing::Diamante: Mystic Moon Piercing (Original Mesh)

Coat:titzuki : oversize patches fur / emerald / female M-L

Shirt:POEMA / Virginia in Spain shirt /S/

Pants: =Zenith=leather legging with belt (Black) -Maitreya

Background:RAMA – #selfie_RAMA Work Room RARE

LUMIPro 2016 HUD

Getting Back Your Personal Look With Bento

By – Fashion + Freebies for Men. Visit Getting Back Your Personal Look With Bento for original post.

Mesh Heads are the rage at the moment. The only drawback, most can’t be modified except for size and eye position. Bento, the upcoming new skeleton for your avatar, makes mesh modifiable and allows you to personalize your mesh head almost to the extent as the classic avatar head.
I say “almost” because certain sliders on this Bento enabled new Mesh Head from AK weren’t doing anything, others, like for instance the slider for mouth corner position, didn’t let me put as much of a smile on my face as is possible with the classic body so that I still look a bit sceptical, lol. But then, who wants to look like the Joker?
Still, as you can see, the possibilities are vast. I use the same Marco Mesh Head from AK on both pictures, the same skin appliers and the same hair, although I use a bit more beard stubble on the right picture. On the left is the way you can use the Marco Mesh Head at the moment, modifiable only by choice of skin applier and/or skin tone. On the right is my personal interpretation (i.e. shape) of Marco, an attempt to make him look more mature.
Before I forget, with Bento you can also change your eyebrow shape using the classic “baldies”. I only found one I like after I took the pictures, so here I use no “baldie”.
But, best you try it out yourself. Get yourself the demo version of this AK Mesh Head, download the Second Life Bento Viewer (version 5.0.0.320815) and start playing the sliders. Have fun!

Stories at the Park: a personal review

By Inara Pey – Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World. Visit Stories at the Park: a personal review for original post.

On Sunday, October 16th, Holly Kai Park hosted the third in our join series Stories at the Park, run in partnership with Seanchai Library. It features stories and poems written about the art on display at each Art in the Park exhibitions read live in voice by the authors or members of Seanchai library. Attending […]

Stories at the Park: a personal review

By Inara Pey – Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World. Visit Stories at the Park: a personal review for original post.

On Sunday, October 16th, Holly Kai Park hosted the third in our join series Stories at the Park, run in partnership with Seanchai Library. It features stories and poems written about the art on display at each Art in the Park exhibitions read live in voice by the authors or members of Seanchai library. Attending […]