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Strawberry Linden

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"Since a few weeks I’ve seen several challenges on social media with the hashtag #TellMeWithoutTellingMe. Mostly on Facebook and Twitter, challenging you to tell in what country you live or what you do for a living, without saying the name of said country or profession. I love these kind of challenges and thought it would be fun to make one for Second Life.... Tell me you are a Second Life resident, without telling you are in Second Life" Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"Cica Ghost’s newest installation named “Circus” opened June 8th. As always Cica provided a thought along with her installation in the landmark’s description: “If all else fails join the circus…”
Circus is a very playful installation in the typical Cica style. Humans are small in her world. You see the world from a kid’s perspective. Huge Clowns, huge giraffes, huge carousels, huge tents, huge circus wagons." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"This exhibit shows an overview of the places The BluShock Coalition have gone and the planets they have created. They currently live on a huge Asteroid that has a way to fold space and makes them able to visit anywhere in (any) universe. As a Part of the Blushock Coaition with Fazzy Constantine and his SL son Noah and a number of old and new crew members she’s spent time in space, creating worlds and having adventures between the stars and on away missions on planets." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

"Today I want to talk to you about rigging using Blender. The rigging is the operation that lets us have in second life an outfit that adheres perfectly to our character, that is, to our avatar, and that follows the avatar’s movements while moving. The ideal would be to have a rigging that perfectly follows the avatar’s movement even while dancing, therefore making any movement. However, this kind of rigging would take hours, would certainly be very demanding, and we could call it real art." Read more on the blog.

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