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Ok, that's an easy one... for many. But for those that are still obscurelly searching for an answer, well... The answer is knowing who you are. I could say, "would like to be" but that requires a constant effort and let's face it, if you're here regularly in world. you'd have came to relax and being someone else is hard work. Sooner or later, the real you emerges and takes over that, by now, long gone or lost interest in it person you wanted to be. It's a natural process and most every one go through it. This brings a "new life" in any gamer's world, in Second life, an ALT! That doesn't mean Stop, not at all. It means a new character, to individualize and this time different cause last one, well.. just didn't work. Methods So you can even become an expert at individualize characters. A good friend of mine does that, it's his way of having fun on SL. So the expert at individualize an avatar should start by knowing onself. Looks, are very important. We want to strike as very cool. But not too cool. Penetrating looks are the best. It causes attention at standing out and makes other wonder... Questions for the more derring, thus curiosity, This last is always a great ingredient at individualize. Make sure you get some nice body animation to add to your standard AO. Keep it in theme of Curiosity. Original animations work best. So not common animations, And whilst on that subject, please... Restrain some how, hold on to that unstoppable desire to poke your tongue out, too many times. For that's a medical condition in RL and very serious. lmao. Start with a good head and equally good body. Even there girls, please look around. Enough of bumpy brazilian style asses, There is a world of other creative excellent bodies, Look at the asses I'd say... The actual shaping of a character starts with a good skin, The more expensive the more realistic, in my opinion. You can make some alterations (Sliders) to your head shape, size and so forth and can change so much the look of that skin you originally saw, bought and loved, This is the part of your real self you can add to make your avatar more you. It is you after all that wants to come out there. So show them who you are. Dress code o non dress code. What to wear in second life. SL is casual wear, Tank tops hoodies and jeans. I am not going to advertise anyone here. Why should I express my preference of clothes labels? The majority of people here seams to be trend followers and I must admit, for fashion, in both males and especially in female there is an incredible selection of amazing clothes, shoes and accessories for both male and female, Tatts are favourites but are they making you look like so many others...? If you going to get a tattoo, think about one that you like, then have it custom made. A tattoo is a message, so say who you are. It all goes towards individualising your avatar. I'm going to end it here for the time being. Let's open a discussions about those bits mentioned above. Thank you for reading me. Snoopy Sorry Italian, no spell check.