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Hi Topsy,

You will probably find that the shadows and shading on the skin look different at different times of day and depending which way you are facing. Some people wear facelights to keep a more consistant and even lighting effect on their faces & the pictures you mention almost certainly have lights on.

 

EDIT: I have sent you one inworld to try, there are lots available if you want to get a different one

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Hi Topsy,

You will probably find that the shadows and shading on the skin look different at different times of day and depending which way you are facing. Some people wear facelights to keep a more consistant and even lighting effect on their faces & the pictures you mention almost certainly have lights on.

 

EDIT: I have sent you one inworld to try, there are lots available if you want to get a different one

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Assuming you are using the SLV2 and an nVidia graphics card without shadows on...

The avatar mesh we have does a few odd things in the face depending on how you have it shaped. That is just the nature of mesh rendering.

Try the face lights as suggested. If you are still seeing the problem, take a pictuer and post it here.

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