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  1. Let me know when you would like to discuss them.
  2. My pleasure, if you have any future exhibitions or events send me a notecard and I will post notices through the MAGE Magazine Group, our Facebook Groups, Google Plus Groups, our You Tube playlist comment section and our website.
  3. Great article and images. I'm sure you know how much I enjoy your work. I stopped by both the Blue Bird Cafe and the Rose Art Gallery. Here is a snapshot I took while visiting your exhibition at the Rose Art Gallery. Very nice.
  4. MAGE Magazine is a monthly magazine produced by artists in the virtual world. This month’s issue features images produced by Ozymandius King, Andressa DePrims, Cameron Cove, Sizzelle and 0THELLA. Please support independent art by liking, sharing, subscribing and adding our videos to your playlists. You can also visit our website at http://0zymandius.wix.com/magemagazine
  5. Any ideas you have for Mez the truly Awesome or any other story ideas for MAGE Magazine are always appreciated.
  6. MAGE Magazine is hiring a marketing manager for more information please contact Othella
  7. MAGE Magazine invites Second Life artists to showcase their work. If you would like your work featured in the next issue of MAGE Magazine please contact 0THELLA. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZYjT6uGpw4&list=PLThpLfGotClLbUtMa2Os3Ddo2_KpdiDDL&index=2
  8. Thanks for posting these articles Dean and for making a guest appearance in our Christmas Issue. Hope you had a great Christmas and New Year.
  9. Hi Cameron, I'm glad you enjoy being a part of the MAGE Magazine creative team. Your images for next months issue of "The Second Life Adventures of Mez the Truly Awesome" look amazing.
  10. Congratulations on your exhibition. Wonderful images and a nice location.
  11. MAGE Magazine is a monthly magazine produced by artists in the virtual world. This month’s issue features the art of Ozymandius King, Andressa DePrims, Cameron Cove, Sizzelle and 0THELLA. Please support independent art by liking, sharing, subscribing and adding our videos to your playlists. You can also visit our website at http://0zymandius.wix.com/magemagazine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kW4hg3uhSvE&index=2&list=PLThpLfGotClLbUtMa2Os3Ddo2_KpdiDDL
  12. Are you a Second Life photographer who wants to gain exposure for your work while helping other SL Photographers increase their understanding of how to create great images? MAGE Magazine is interested in publishing tutorials on Second Life photography similar to these tutorials as seen on our website. http://0zymandius.wixsite.com/magemagazine/single-post/2016/04/12/MAGE-Magazine-Tutorial-1-The-production-process-for-THE-SAGA-of-LADY-DOM-Part-VI http://0zymandius.wixsite.com/magemagazine/single-post/2016/12/12/MAGE-Magazine-Tutorial-2-Creating-your-own-Second-Life-studio-lights If interested, send a notecard to Othella with examples of your work.
  13. This is a tutorial on how to create your own face light or studio light written by Ozymandius published on the MAGE Magazine website. http://0zymandius.wixsite.com/magemagazine/single-post/2016/12/12/MAGE-Magazine-Tutorial-2-Creating-your-own-Second-Life-studio-lights As a Second Life photographer with MAGE Magazine I first worked with a sculpted horn torch light effect that I discovered on the marketplace while working on a story called “The Zombie Dance”. Prior to using the horn torch I combined face lights and windlight to create two contrasting sources of light but, with the horn torch, the result was a more dramatic and naturalistic way of creating two sources of light. Another advantage to using the torch light is that, unlike the sunlight effect, the strength of the torchlight did not diminish as I increased the haze, which meant that I could create murky backgrounds while maintaining the strong “hard light” on objects in the foreground. After seeing the images I created for the Zombie Dance, Sizzelle and Othella asked me how I created the two sources of light and when I told them about the horn torch they got copies for themselves and used it to create haunting images for the Halloween Issue. While I was impressed with their images, I realized the limitation of the horn torch is that it only casts a light with an orange hue and, if every member of the MAGE Magazine creative team started using the torch light, there was the danger that our images would lack variety and become generic in appearance. This concern inspired me to research how to create studio lights in Second Life. The first step is to rez a prim. In the edit box you will find the tab “Features” click on this then at the bottom you will find a box that says “Light”. Click on this and the prim will emit a light. I created two lights, one red the other green to illustrate how creating your own facelight or studio light can make your Second Life snapshots more dramatic. You can change the intensity and color of your lights attach it to your avatar or place it on the ground. To make the prim invisible click on the tab “Texture” and set the transparency at 100%. Now you have a facelight or studio light that you can use in any situation. Have fun. http://0zymandius.wixsite.com/magemagazine/single-post/2016/12/12/MAGE-Magazine-Tutorial-2-Creating-your-own-Second-Life-studio-lights
  14. Hi, If you want your work featured in MAGE Magazine send your textures to me.
  15. That's great Liza, did you take any snapshots of your face painting?
  16. MAGE Magazine is currently accepting Second Life snapshots for the Christmas issue. If you would like your work featured in MAGE Magazine please send your textures to 0THELLA 
  17. MAGE Magazine is currently accepting Second Life snapshots for the Christmas issue. If you would like your work featured in MAGE Magazine please send your textures to 0THELLA 
  18. Hi Talligirl I did a search for you and found an avatar that had the following written in their "about" section "I think it's so cute and I think it's so sweet How you let your friends encourage you to try and talk to me But let me stop you there, oh, before you speak "Nah" to the "Ah" to the "No", "No", "No" My name is "No" My sign is "No" My number is "No" You need to let it go You need to let it go Need to let it go" Is this you?
  19. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sstPwgdkW-o&list=PLThpLfGotClLbUtMa2Os3Ddo2_KpdiDDL&index=2 
  20. I just went to the AviewTV website, thanks for letting me know Andressa, and thanks to our supporters for making MAGE Magazine one of the most popular machinima producers on AviewTV. Our Hallow's Eve video is in 7th place and our Promo 2 Video is number 10 which means three of our videos are rated in the top ten most popular videos. Great job everyone! :matte-motes-big-grin: http://aview.tv/topvideos.html
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