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  1. To be clear, I use "viking-sized" as my friend was 6'6" with a large and thick skeletal frame. His hands and forearms were massive. Viking-themed clothing has nothing to do with it. He was a giant of a man. On some of the first mesh body demos I tried for him, I could make the avatar's body large as I had wanted, but then mesh pants that were supposed to fit that body didn't fit, causing me to have to use alphas or the hud to hide those bits of him that were sticking out. The result was a large torso with disproportionately skinny legs and no butt to speak of. Since making this post
  2. I know there are a lot of little bits of topics on mesh, so please bear with me. I've been away for about four years and I almost feel like I am forced to switch to a mesh body, which really upsets me. I worked hard on my "classic" system body, and it took years of tweaking to get it where I like it. Now I come back and there are almost no "classic" system layer clothes to be had. Most all clothing has moved to mesh. My issue with mesh clothing is that it forces you into a pre-defined size. This is actually a less minor issue for my girls than my male avatar, as the women's mesh clothing
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