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As the title states I'm looking for someone to create a custom mesh avatar. To provide some further details, I'm looking for a more toned/muscular female model that's around 1.3-1.5x the size of a normal avatar. I'm willing to provide 3d models I've made along with pictures to help further communicate and identify the aesthetic I'm looking for, while minimizing any possible miscommunications about what I'd like the avatar to look like I understand this may entail a lengthier time line and a heavier price tag, but I'm willing to accept those two stipulations given this isn't a simple request. If possible while reaching out to this ad could you include previous work that you've done and a rough estimate of timeline and price. Feel free to respond here, however messaging me in game will most likely yield a better response time. Thanks in advance and look forward to hearing from creators!
A couple weeks ago I wrote about Dancing in Second Life, and I wanted to elaborate on something I had mentioned: animation overrides. This is a scripted attachment that changes the manner in which your avatar’s body moves. Like most things in SL, they are created by Residents and the marketplace has a multitude of styles if you’d like to add a little oomph to the way you walk, jump, stand, etc. (Photo by Catloafs) You can get a set of animations or even a single gesture if you’re looking for something very specific. There are AOs made for females, males, and some are unisex. Some basic AO sets come with dances as well, which you can try out using the HUD. Swim like a mermaid, strut without a care in the world, or bellydance on a colorful Oriental rug. I even saw an AO that replicated the final dance scene in Dirty Dancing, so there is certainly no shortage of options. The animations category of the Destination Guide has many great shops in which you can demo different styles before purchasing. It’s important to note that certain situations, like pose balls or sitting on furniture, will require you to turn off your AO to function properly. This script will make that automatic, if you prefer. Since most Bento heads come with a selection of facial expressions, you can decide if you want an AO for the entire body or from the neck down. If you don’t know where to start, a tutorial should make the variety of animations a little more approachable. Our bodies are such a huge part of how we express ourselves in RL, so why not extend that element to your presence inworld? If you have a photo or video of yourself being particularly lively, silly, sleepy, etc., submit it to our Flickr!
Hey guys, trying here since I'm having trouble finding help in-world. I have the Catwa Kimberly head and Maitreya body. Two days ago I ran into this issue and have been unable to fix it myself. On my head, the scalp alpha is on (meaning you can see my brain floating around inside my head), even without the Catwa HUD being used. I've done texture refreshes, deformed, avatar reset, rebaked and even reset all my graphics preferences. The few people I've asked have said that they don't see the weird alpha headband look I've got going on but I hate this and it's really bothering me.