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1 minute ago, sandi Mexicola said:

Well, if you mean those cubes, I can help get you started on that.  :)  

It is not too hard!  :P  

IM in-world if you want to! :D 

 

it was all we had, and needed in the old days :)

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Hi @xuanLin!

We may be having language difficulties here.

Most of the time, when we say someone in Second Life is a "creator", we mean that they make things, often things that they later sell to others, in a store or in the Markeplace on this website.  These creators make all kinds of things...houses, clothes, shoes, hair, jewelry, weapons, plants and landscaping, animations, poses, textures, and many other things.  You can become one of these creators simply by becoming skilled with one or more tools.  For making objects, the free 3D modeling program Blender; for making animations, a 3D animation software (Blender again, or Maya, or several others) plus some sort of motion capture setup; for making textures, Photoshop or GIMP.  For making things work, skill with the LSL scripting language is the key.

But perhaps you meant something else...maybe you meant "creator" to mean someone who actually makes the Second Life world, or part of it.  Only Linden Lab does that.  To become that sort of creator, you would have to get a job with LL.  There are actually some residents who work in this capacity...the "Moles".  Moles are builders who make things like the new Linden Homes, and the land regions where they are located.  They also make regions like Welcome Island and Social Island, where new residents come when they first enter Second Life.

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On 3/28/2020 at 1:53 PM, Alwin Alcott said:

it was all we had, and needed in the old days :)

...I'm not that old.

Lindal makes a good point. And the pertinent question was 'What do you want to create?'

The quickest way to be a creator is to get a titler label yourself a creator... 

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