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855MrZilla

Make a muscular Avatar

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I take a drawing of mine.  
the artwork. Hyper masculine. Women.
Then I put it in my digital program. OK. 
To work on the colors. And any other minor flaws in the drawer OK. 
That's what I'm talking about. 
I'm trying to go nice and slow to explain. 
Once I'm done doing that. I would like to. 
Bring him into blender. Work on them a little more. 
Make sure they look good. 
I wanna be able to upload those things. 
To sell it in my store. sl OK, 
for me to make the money that's why I'm trying to do. 
So .
I'm sorry that I've made a mistake in writing the article.
 I hope this will explain. Everything I'm trying to do. 

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@855MrZilla , it sounds like you have a pretty good idea of what you want to do, so I am not sure what information you are looking for exactly. 

Take a look at this page and give it a thorough reading. It details the process of uploading mesh objects into Second Life for use or for sale. Also, if you want to use this body as an Avatar, you will have to create a "Rigged" model so that it moves with your skeleton, otherwise you will just be a lifeless mannequin! 

Hope that helps get the ball rolling. Good luck! 

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