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i not sure if have to say hi in some thread first before post. so hi!

culuf just buy "{ja} usa'ar 2 female" from here:

https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/JA-Usaar-2-FEMALE/2990627?

is very nice but too white texture!

culuf pretty good at picture edit programs.
read thread already what say is $10L for import texture. but edit texture in secondlife no options?

confused! someone tell culuf how to export ja usa'ar texture and then import?

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Culuf wrote:

i not sure if have to say hi in some thread first before post. so hi!

 

culuf just buy "{ja} usa'ar 2 female" from here:

is very nice but too white texture!

culuf pretty good at picture edit programs.

read thread already what say is $10L for import texture. but edit texture in secondlife no options?

confused! someone tell culuf how to export ja usa'ar texture and then import?

You would have t have the skin texture given to you by the creator full perm so you could download it to your PC. as the av is only 800L i don't see that happening. I would guess they would charge a lot more for the texture. You can always ask.

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Subby Cerise wrote:

Another option is to buy a tattoo layer (e.g. suntan) that will let you add more color, but at the expense of losing some detail.

 

If you're skilled with photoshop or gimp you can easily make one of these yourself.

Make a flat white texture (white so it's tinatble in SL) in your editor of choice, and set it to about 75% transparency. Make an alpha channel for it. Save as a png and upload to SL.

In SL, create a new tattoo layer (right-click your "Body Parts" folder in Inventory and select "New Clothing" . "Tattoo" and apply this texture to all three areas - head, upper body and lower body.

Wear the new tattoo layer and tint it according to your preference.

If the 75% is too subtle you can make it more opaque, but remember the more opaque it is, the more detail you will lose.

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