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Neen Zenovka

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  1. Thank you Lewis ! Sounds a great place to head for Just what I need, somewhere adult but not seedy x Much obliged
  2. Just come back to SL from a couple years away and it is sometimes really hard to just start talking , I feel like I am intruding on the regulars conversation in a lot of places. I wonder if a lot of people just stand about / dance and not join in for this reason ? Hard to find somewhere I feel it's appropriate to just jump in and chat
  3. mtwtfss71 wrote: As a clothing designer, I would only purchase seamless textures that are 1024 by 1024 or bigger. They have to be full perms so that I can use them in my designs. The only other piece of advice I can give you is to NOT undervalue your work by pricing too low. It will be great to have another texture designer on the grid. Welcome! Thank you so much for the warm welcome xx I will certainly try to consider the sizes maybe offering both the larger and smaller textures for each design so people can have the option. Shouldn't be too hard! I think my problem would be pricing so I will have to look into that carefully. I'm not sure if you saw my example pics above , would be interested in your first impressions
  4. Thank you so much Peach and Amethyst for your replies, really helpful to know what you would expect and look for so I thank you both so much for your info I will be looking to do seamless textures only as that is what I am good at producing and these can be used for all kinds of projects. I am going to be referring back to the advice on this thread as I set things up.
  5. Thanks so much for your reply! I'll see about making a start! Here's my sims 3 stuff which are essentially going to be similar to what I intend to produce, also I was thinking a grey scale image in each tintable by the clothier plus maybe matching co-ordinates in a pack http://www.thesims3.com/userExchange.html?selectedAsstType=all&persona=RockChick And these are some examples of my patterns on Sims 3 clothing so you get the rough idea of what they mght be like with SL clothing https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151314177965895&set=a.10151313991685895.1073741828.520895894&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151314178515895&set=a.10151313991685895.1073741828.520895894&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151314179240895&set=a.10151313991685895.1073741828.520895894&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151314181015895&set=a.10151313991685895.1073741828.520895894&type=3&theater
  6. I have been away from SL for a couple years and during that time I have been producing fully seamless textures for another purpose, however, It sort of struck me that my patterns might be useful in SL as well. I would like to sell them for clothing and general use but I was wondering how you clothing creators want them produced, I'm very vague on how premissions need to be set up for texture packs and also what sort of price is fair nowadays. I can provide a link to my pattern studio for the Sims 3 so you can see the sort of thing I make Any advice would be fab xxx
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