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About Galactikat

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  1. Straight up no. If you have a "relationship" in a virtual world, and you never take that relationship into the real world, it's pure fantasy until you do. It is not the same thing as real life in any way whatsoever, because you don't know a person until you've actually met them face to face. Until that happens, you can only build up an expectation or image in your mind of what you *think* the person is like depending on what they've told you, which may or may not be BS. I don't even think it's healthy to become overly attached to someone on Second Life that you know you're never going to
  2. Everyone in this thread being all nostalgic and I'm just sitting over here having an existential crisis over the fact I have now been in SL for over 10 years...
  3. I wasn't around for the heydays of Second Life, so it seemed unrealistic to me to be able to make a 6 figure income just from selling clothing. I've heard of SL millionaires but those are mostly real estate agents. And heh I don't expect to be able to quit my RL job selling cosmetics in SL. I recently discovered a make up store named Adored and it just inspired me to try making my own and possibly selling them.
  4. So I've been considering starting up a small business in SL, selling cosmetics and possibly skins in the future when I've improved my skills, and been contemplating whether it is going to be worth it or not. I imagine the biggest money makers are obviously land owners and people that create sex beds/toys/animations etc. I saw a person within SL say yesterday that they used to make six figures just from selling clothing and cosmetics which I thought was rubbish. I can't imagine even the top clothing makers in the market making anything over 50k a year even back in SL's heyday. I do know people
  5. I'm thinking of giving this make up away as a freebie. I also need to start testing everything on Genus now since it is becoming more popular.
  6. Just made this one and I couldn't be happier with how it came out... wanted to make an oil slick look to practise working with multi hues.
  7. Thanks guys, and thank you for all the helpful info Alyona. I will definitely make BOM versions and now that I have a few decent things to put on the market I'm looking more seriously into selling them. Just need to come up with a good store name, logo, branding designs and such.
  8. And the make up I've made, excluding eyelashes which are CatWa but the ones in the other pics are my own.
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