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  1. so here i am, ad i wanted to ask about rentals for stores or stalls, like where would be the best place to have one, what kind of sim or where could i find somewhere with a affordable rentals that wont break the bank ( linden wise), and would be around plenty of traffic too, also any advice on tip jars or donation meters too since i put one in my store but dont know what to do to draw attention to that too as welll as my store and what im selling, feel free to comment or im meh if ya like, thank you!!
  2. hello, i am looking for work at a photography studio, any openings?, also i wouldnt mind asking about host jobs too, just looking for a 3rd job with a good income or a friendly atmosphere too, i am also good at photography but mostly irl with nature and sky photography if you want a example ill be posting one of my photos here in the post, i can do 2 hour shifts once a day is fine. need anymore to be discussed or answered feel free to comment or im meh in secondlife, thank you :3
  3. I am looking for some people who are looking to make the best out of their time inworld. If you think you would be interested in working in a roleplay family community, contact me as soon as possible to start the process. I am looking for transportation and waste workers who will drive buses, taxis, and etc. This role is fully roleplay so serious inquiries only. The job will take place in a community so this will also be a great way to interact with others and have fun while doing so. inworld: cvreless resident
  4. ♦Coco Reserve is an intimate Adult community nestled in a tropical small town setting. We promote role playing in groups or individually, as we offer items to let you choose roles at your pleasure, with pleasure being a huge focus of our community. You can find rentals to accentuate a vacation or permanent lifestyle.There are various business settings to enhance your role play, where you can assume a role that can change from day to day. If you seek relaxing we have a jazz lounge, a social hangout, eateries, a cigar lounge and adult entertainment, we even have our own version of Little Cuba to relax and enjoy the scenery. Our main focus is your experience being our pleasure. Coco Reserve ♦Rentals: Currently we offer: - Houses & Cottages - L$400/week - 200 prims - Bungalows - L$150/week - 75 prims - Chalets - L$200/week - 100 prims ♦Employment: We are hiring for different positions (earnings on tip basis). AFK positions also available. Please visit our rental office for more detailed information and also fill an application form. For additional info you can always contact Xaviana Carpaccio or Nohvah Resident. Coco Reserve
  5. Maggie Linden

    Working in Second Life FAQ

    Frequently Asked Questions about working in Second Life What is Second Life and why is it relevant for enterprises and governments? What advantages does Second Life offer that are unique among virtual platforms? Cost and Billing What does it cost to register for Second Life, and what can I expect immediately upon registration? How much does a typical Second Life work environment cost? How can I buy land? What billing options do I have? Avatars What is an avatar and how do I create mine? Can my avatar have my real name? Is it possible for my enterprise group to share one surname? Are there rules about how avatars can behave inworld? How many employees/avatars can I get into one Second Life working environment? How do I move around in Second Life? Communication and Collaboration How do avatars communicate in Second Life? What languages does Second Life support? What 3D business applications are available today for use in meetings and training environments in Second Life? How can Second Life best be used for networking and building relationships? How is collaboration in Second Life different from sharing a conference call, Webex, or video conferencing technologies? Security How secure is my data (text chat, voice, login, etc.) in Second Life? How can I control who is permitted to enter my region, workspace, or events? How do I grant estate rights to other avatars so they can collaborate on building and other aspects of sharing space? What are “griefers” and how can they be avoided? How can my organization best avoid environments and content that is inappropriate for business use? I want my employees to go directly to my organization’s space in Second Life. How do I do set this up? Technology How robust and stable is the Second Life technology platform and how can I find out about scheduled outages? What computer hardware, software, and network bandwidth requirements are necessary to run Second Life? How do I know if my organization will permit me to access Second Life within my corporate firewall? Building How easy is it to build objects in Second Life and can I train my team to do this? Do you have best practices for working with content developers regarding IP ownership? Frequently Asked Questions about working in Second Life What is Second Life and why is it relevant for enterprises and governments? Second Life, the leading 3D virtual world, was launched in 2003 as a technology platform that enables millions of consumers, represented inworld as avatars, to imagine and build immersive environments that are easy and inexpensive to create. Second Life is not only one of the oldest virtual world platforms, but it is also the largest with millions of active users residing in more than 150 countries globally. Second Life has always been used by a wide variety of individuals, businesses, educators, governments and nonprofit organizations as an environment for entertainment, education, social interaction, research, shopping, and more. Over the years, many large multi-national enterprises and government institutions have realized that Second Life is also a powerful collaboration tool for work such as: meetings, training sessions, and simulations and prototypes. What advantages does Second Life offer that are unique among virtual platforms? Second Life owns 90 percent of the virtual world market and is the most flexible, richest, and most advanced virtual work solution that exists today. Here are a few facts to consider: Largest Virtual World: Second Life, the largest virtual world platform, is roughly the size of Houston when all of the individual parcels, known as “regions” or “islands,” owned by various individuals and organizations are taken as a collective. Richest Content and Most Vibrant Digital Goods Economy: Second Life has the richest and largest library of virtual content—avatars, clothing, building elements, etc. — in existence with millions of items already created by inworld residents and more are built every day. This library allows organizations to purchase content easily and cheaply, versus having to pay thousands of dollars in services to build these items in other environments. Most Flexible: As opposed to many other virtual world companies, Second Life allows you to create multiple work solutions within the same environment. For example, you can have a virtual meeting space, a large conference center, a training simulation, and a social gathering space—all on one Region. Cost and Billing What does it cost to register for Second Life, and what can I expect immediately upon registration? Joining Second Life is free. After completing a short registration form and choosing an avatar, you can then explore Help Island —a specialized doorway into Second Life where you can to find other people from hundreds of countries around the world. Today, an organization follows the same registration process that consumers do. How much does a typical Second Life work environment cost? If you decide to become a landowner, then please email business@lindenlab.com and we'll be happy to discuss pricing and walk you through the process. In general, for one private region in Second Life (or what is sometimes called an “island”), the initial one-time set-up fee is $349 USD and then $229 USD a month in maintenance costs, per region. One region is 256 meters on each side, which is bigger than two American football fields lying end to end in the physical world. Once your organization owns virtual land, you can then create buildings, meeting spaces, and social spaces yourself (if your organization has Second Life building skills in-house). How can I buy land? Unless you’re a Second Life pro, the best way for enterprises or educational institutions to purchase land is to email business@lindenlab.com and we can help walk you through the process. What billing options do I have? You can either make your purchase on a credit card or your company can be billed directly. Avatars What is an avatar and how do I create mine? An avatar is a digital, animated representation of yourself in Second Life. When you join Second Life, you have a standard set of avatars to choose from. Once you receive your avatar, then you can go into “appearance mode” and change your hair, skin, shape, and clothing. We encourage you to personalize your inworld representation by purchasing new skin, clothes, and other accessories from thousands of Second Life retailers on the Second Life Marketplace. To view a series of video tutorials about how to create your avatar and other topics, see the official Second Life YouTube channel here. Can my avatar have my real name? Is it possible for my enterprise group to share one surname? Currently within Second Life, there are two naming options for organizations to choose from. Business enterprise group administrators can permit members to select a surname offered upon registration or choose to purchase a customized group surname from Linden Lab that allows you to set up a corporate last name that you can use to create an unlimited number of employee accounts. For example, Joe Morris is an AT&T employee and can choose to use a standard Second Life name, which is a username of Joe's choice with the surname 'Resident'. Or, if AT&T’s administrator purchases the corporate last names option, then Joe Morris have the name of Joe AT&T, to help create a common affiliation and group among AT&T employees. In the last example, everyone who works at AT&T would have the same corporate last name to help employees identify themselves inworld. Regardless of what Second Life name scheme is chosen, all employees can wear inworld “name tags” that clearly display real names. We also offer Display Names which can be customized by any account holder and updated regularly, up to once a week. Are there rules about how avatars can behave inworld? When joining Second Life, every new member must agree to the Second Life Terms of Service, which outline the rules that all avatars must follow. Some businesses choose to adopt the standard Second Life Terms of Service alone and some opt to create additional terms that outline a specific group, or organization’s rules, such as prohibiting access to inappropriate materials or only allowing human avatars. How many employees/avatars can I get into one Second Life working environment? Each region can run optimally with roughly 60 avatars before performance suffers and 100 is the current maximum limit. Factors that can affect performance include how complicated the environment is and the intricacy of avatar clothing. To create an environment that can hold more people, we suggest that conference spaces are built at a four-corners area of four separate regions. Doing this, an event can hold roughly 200-300 avatars. If you require more employees to participate in an inworld event, Second Life can easily be streamed live to the web, which means that thousands of people globally can participate in an inworld event through both video and chat. How do I move around in Second Life? Although operating within the Second Life environment might be challenging at first, it’s easy to get the hang of all of the movements that you’ll be using in a business environment—walking, sitting, teleporting, etc. For more information and tips on how to get around, visit our Knowledge Base. Our new user also covers how to move your avatar and interact with the environment. If you're unsure about what to do, try right-clicking on something you can see; a menu will open, displaying available interaction options -- like sitting on a chair, or paying a vendor to purchase an item. Communication and Collaboration How do avatars communicate in Second Life? Second Life is a rich-immersive environment that enables a wide variety of communication channels, including both text chat, and 3D spatial voice. There are other more interesting and dynamic ways that teams can communicate such as virtual brainstorming tools, document sharing, whiteboarding, 3D mind mapping, and many other business tools that take full advantage of virtual workspaces. What languages does Second Life support? You’ll find members from over 150 countries and you’ll find hundreds of different languages spoken in Second Life. Linden Lab, the makers of Second Life, has customized betas of the Second Life Viewer, or the 3D browser software that allows you to enter Second Life, in the following languages: Danish, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Japanese and Chinese. Once inworld, Second Life supports most languages used typically used within global organizations. Additionally, team members who speak different languages can communicate via several inworld text translation tools, including an optional translation interface built directly into the viewer which uses Bing Translate or Google Translate (at the user's preference). What 3D business applications are available today for use in meetings and training environments in Second Life? Today, there is a wide assortment of business productivity and creativity applications within Second Life. These include widgets for: running Powerpoint presentations, white boarding, brainstorming, dynamic audience polling, and many others. To find business applications, you can search the SL Marketplace. How can Second Life best be used for networking and building relationships? We all know that work is much more than meetings, training, and other more formal activities. It’s also about those “water cooler moments” where you can connect and communicate with colleagues, partners, customers, prospects, industry experts, and friends. Second Life was designed as a social networking platform and all of those capabilities are naturally part of the Second Life experience. For example, IBM held a networking event where IBMers shared virtual beers and went virtual jet skiing and hang gliding. Needless to say, experiences like these are not only memorable, but also great business networking and socializing opportunities. How is collaboration in Second Life different from sharing a conference call, Webex, or video conferencing technologies? Teleconferencing, Webex, and video conferencing technologies are all important collaboration tools that companies use every day for global and mobile teams to work together and stay connected. Second Life provides a sense of presence that many people find more engaging and compelling than many other types of conferencing, as well as providing a 3D space to share information. In addition, informal discussions are easy to have after a meeting, since your Second Life experience doesn’t end when the moderator terminates a call. When compared directly to other technologies, Second Life remains a clearly compelling addition to your overall collaboration portfolio of choices. Teleconferencing is great when Internet access is problematic, but staring at a telephone isn’t a very effective way to have a meeting. Webex is a fantastic technology for a few people to broadcast a presentation to a large audience, but falls short as a true brainstorming, planning, simulation, or visualization medium. It’s helpful to see your colleagues’ faces during a video conference session, but the quality of these meetings is often uneven and you still don’t get a sense of a shared environment—particularly helpful in training, simulation, and prototyping activities. And, none of these technologies is useful for informal “water cooler” time that we all know can be so valuable. Overall, we believe that Second Life is the next best thing to a face–to–face meeting which is usually always preferred, but not always possible due to geographic or budgetary constraints. Security How secure is my data (text chat, voice, login, etc.) in Second Life? Linden Lab does not distribute account information, per our Terms of Service. Regarding login, the Second Life Viewer login uses password-only authentication over an encrypted secure HTTPS connection. We do not have access to your password itself. Viewer 2 gives you a connection to Second Life that does not compromise your computer’s security. Linden Lab takes customer privacy and security extremely seriously, and maintains strict internal standards to protect all information involved with the Second Life service. For more specific information about the technical environment of Second Life, please contact us directly at business@lindenlab.com. One item of note: Linden Lab employees can go anywhere within Second Life, including your region. However, we make every effort to only enter your region upon request. If a Linden is in your area, the avatar name will show up in the attendee list; no one can go “invisible” in Second Life. How can I control who is permitted to enter my region, workspace, or events? Any business, or individual, can buy a Private Region as part of an Estate in the Second Life world. A single Private Region resembles a small island, and can be linked together with other Private Regions to form a larger landmass. These Regions provide a highly manageable environment for conducting private business in the virtual world of Second Life. A Region owner may choose to exercise full control over access to Private Regions in the Estate. The Region’s included administrative tools enable its owner (and designated managers) to create an access list, by individual or group, ensuring that only approved users can enter the Region. A Private Region is secure from eavesdropping. The Region is surrounded by an equivalent void space, represented by water; void space cannot be crossed by walking, running, flying, or by camera. How do I grant estate rights to other avatars so they can collaborate on building and other aspects of sharing space? The estate, land parcel, and group tools in Second Life enables you and colleagues to collaborate on content creation, editing and access to a shared space. By setting objects to group ownership, you can share editing permissions with group members based on roles you assign within that group. Estate-level controls permit region owners to give specific individuals estate manager privileges, allowing even greater control and moderation ability. Additionally, you can also set land permissions to enable or disable content creation. What are “griefers” and how can they be avoided? Second Life is not policed, in the traditional sense. Instead, we rely on the community to self-govern and report abuse when it happens. Griefers are, according to Wikipedia, “players who plays a computer game (in this case Second Life) in order to irritate and harass other players.” Griefing behavior—such as violence, bad language, hate speech, harassment, etc.—is considered a breach of the Second Life Terms of Service and can result in an expulsion from Second Life. Thankfully, organizations with Region or Estate controls can prevent griefers from entering their private space altogether. Region owners, group owners, and their designated managers have access to powerful moderation tools to control their environment. How can my organization best avoid environments and content that is inappropriate for business use? Second Life is a virtual world that successfully supports a myriad of environments, some of which mimic the physical world while others are composed of architecture and content that diverges from the laws of physics. The platform successfully hosts communities of all kinds, from business enterprise and education to those with mature themes. Each region has a rating of General, Moderate, or Adult to allow visitors to better anticipate the nature of content they might find in a region. With private regions, region owners and their designated managers can easily remove or return content that may not fit their preferred theme or concept of appropriate. I want my employees to go directly to my organization’s space in Second Life. How do I do set this up? Once your employees are registered as Second Life users, then you can send them directly to your region with a SLurl—or a Second Life URL that teleports avatars directly to a specific place (based on latitude, longitude, and altitude coordinates). It works just like a standard web URL, but instead of clicking and taking you to a web page, it takes you to a destination within Second Life. For a more in-depth and technical explanation of how this works, visit our Map API technical details page. Technology How robust and stable is the Second Life technology platform and how can I find out about scheduled outages? The Second Life technology platform is very stable and has continually made strides towards continuous uptime, with full service outages being extremely rare. We do regularly take regions down for maintenance. If you would like to view a current schedule of planned downtime, and view recent platform performance, please visit the Second Life Grid Status page. What computer hardware, software, and network bandwidth requirements are necessary to run Second Life? Your organization’s computers and network must meet a certain set of minimum requirements to run successfully Second Life. Visit the Systems Requirements page for additional details. How do I know if my organization will permit me to access Second Life within my corporate firewall? Many aspects of Second Life run on a UDP protocol, as opposed to a standard web protocol such as http or https. Sometimes, network administrators within large organizations prevent employees from accessing UDP protocols. Please check with your IT department and ask about accessing Second Life for work through the firewall via UDP ports. Building How easy is it to build objects in Second Life and can I train my team to do this? Building objects in Second Life is easy to do. Highly flexible building tools allow manipulation of geometric primitives in a simple interface. Stretch these “prims” into new shapes, change their texture and physical qualities, link them to other prims. From this easy–to–learn process, you can create objects of all kinds and sizes, from a simple box to a five hundred meter skyscraper. Then, you can overlay textures on top of these prims—such as a wood texture to make a wood box or a brick texture for a brick wall. There are may tutorials and inworld lessons that you can find—both from Lindens and inworld experts—that can help you get started. 3D Mesh content, as frequently seen in many other visual environments, can also be imported into Second Life. For technical information about uploading 3D mesh objects, visit our Knowledge Base. A great deal of excellent mesh-based content is already available, created by existing Second Life users. You can see many interesting examples that may suit your building needs on our Marketplace. Do you have best practices for working with content developers regarding IP ownership? We recommend that you are very clear about what IP (intellectual property) you own and what the developer owns. For example, if a developer builds you a chair, they should grant you IP rights to it. However, tools like voting boxes, presentation screens, or announcers are often used by developers in multiple projects and will only grant you the rights to use the tool, but not IP ownership. When in doubt, ask questions and make sure that you get specific answers, in writing when possible. Back to the Connect Second Life site. For more information, contact Linden Lab at business@lindenlab.com.
  6. Hello everyone! I am seeking an inworld job. I'm open to any job opportunity and am always trying to improve myself and my skills. I can model, write, and even learn skills needed to complete a task. I hope I hear from someone soon! Inworld contact: acidicshroom Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/186349041@N04/ - Thank you!
  7. Puerto Esclava is looking for fun people to join our team. Yes, the we're HIRING DJs and Hosts to be part of our family! DJ's and hosts get 100% of the tips. No experience needed. We welcome everyone and we offer trainings! (Newbie DJ's must have their own stream to apply) If you think you've got what it takes, please, contact Jessica Fairlane (Tinas203 Resident), or get a link to apply inworld: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Puerto Esclava/65/28/24 (Please, note: The sim is Adult rated. If you're NOT over 18, disconsider this post.)
  8. How do i change my Maturity on SL? via firestorm viewer https://www.firestormviewer.org/join-secondlife/
  9. 💋 ᴊᴏɪɴ ᴜs ᴀᴛ ᴇʀᴏᴛɪᴄᴀ!💋 Apply TODAY to Second Life's Sexiest Adult Club Get a chance to meet, amazing, fun, sexy, people and earn while doing it! We are currently in search for Sexy, Enthusiastic, Friendly, Extroverted Ladies & Gents that want to join our team. DJs, Manager and Dancers! So if this is you then contact: azramiray18 inworld for more information ----Must be 30 days or older ----18 yrs of age ---have mesh SO JOIN US TODAY and be part of Second Life's Sexiest Adult Club
  10. Toy´s Magic Winter Sky wir laden dich ein uns zu besuchen Wir machen Event mit Musik, haben einen Adventmarkt, einen See der zum Schlittschuh laufen einlädt. Du kannst eine Schneeburg bauen und vieles mehr. Komm vorbei, aber ziehe dich warm an. Mach Fotos und erfreue dich an unserer Landschaft. Toy´s Magic Winter Sky mit Adventmarkt
  11. Hallo, wir sind Toy Frakture & Bastian Seesaw Jeden Freitag von 20:00 bis 23:00 Uhr machen wir einen Themen Event - der Event Platz wird dafür jedesmal umgestaltet. Auf Wunsch machen wir dir einen Meet Friends Event. Du gibst das Thema und die Musik bekannt. Wir stellen den Platz, den Stream, den DJ zur Verfügung. Du ladest deine Freunde dazu ein. Gerne auch für Hochzeit, Geburtstag und andere Feste. Adult, Kinder Avatare sind nicht erlaubt!! Wir chatten ohne Gesten Spam!! Schau mal vorbei ?Toy´s Magic Event Platz
  12. TMA is growing and looking to build a nice but efficient team. We are currently recruiting for: ?Consultants (2 available)- Proven skill in advisory, mesh and shopping at the right stores. Would prefer someone who has a mesh body, has been part for some time in SL and an excellent communication. You need to be professional, independent and organized. ?Reps (1 available) - If you're sociable, know all the hit spots and are at ease with promoting us, you're the one we're looking for! Wander events, spread the word and connect with the right people. We're professionals and also fun to work with. We're still small at that point, but we're slowly but surely growing. All roles are paid and demand excellence. You will have an interview beforehand, and a training session. Application form : https://goo.gl/forms/90kTVQOZJYyolMJ13 Note : If you're not consistent, not reliable, or can't dedicate a certain amount of time working, please don't apply for the job. A member of TMA will get back to you as soon as possible.
  13. Hello I am a 29 year old female in rl and secondlife and am seeking a partner of the same age or older. I want someone who can emotional support me and is open minded. I have two online dads/ one of which who is also my dom. I live on their land so you do not need to have a house. I would however like an account that is over a year old as I feel they would be less likely to take off without warning. Be warned I am a full time artist so if I don't answer don't panic. I do like to run around stores and events [i love collecting gifts or do hunts] so It would be nice if you did to or didn't mind iming me while i did so. I am planning on becoming a blogger so I'd like you to support me in this endeavor. If your avi is a child one please donot apply as i am not looking for that. Please note im not looking for a rl partner so this would be inworld only. In recap, looking for an open minded, emotionally supportive man or woman of my own age with a good personality who either like to follow someone to different stores or doesn't mind im while i do.
  14. Hi everyone. I've been in and out of SL since 2007. This time around I'm finding it really difficult to find the type of building that I'm looking for. On the MP it's taking me days to trawl through thousands of listings only to discover most of them don't have in world stores for me to view their designs. I won't buy anything unless I can purchase a demo OR I can see it rezzed in world. I know that you can't recommend specific designers in the forum here, but I was wondering if there was a blog which might help me? Or an in world group where I can join to find out about current building designers? Thanks for any help in advance.
  15. Hi, I'm new and I'm starting second life as a petite avatar yabusaka wise. so are there any areas that have petite social hangouts or events? Thank you kindly any information is deeply appreciated.
  16. We are looking for full DJ's at the Mermaid Retreat. The requirements are as followed: Must be atleast 30 days old. Must have your own stream. Must be able to take requests (unless it's a special event). Must be willing to commit to one set a week Must have a friendly and can do attitude https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfIi_hSKy_ITNrX1Hwt8hja-dumBr1pRMzghZPUxKU3zNatmQ/viewform?usp=sf_link You can message me DJ Pyro7291 for further details
  17. EXMACHINA Former Egoisme is seeking for the follow professional people, if you like to work with a dinamic team this is the right place! HIRING SCRIPTERS: professional scripters ready for long terms projects, and to work in team. HIRING MANAGERS: need to know how to market on social media and market to bring traffic at the store. HIRING MESH DESIGNERS: expert in 3D design must be able to work for long term projects and in team. Please fill the form to submit your curriculum: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeF7CV1UNXWO3mQvFdoM52GzwWBOu7qTJ94mS-y0ALV_Nlg_A/viewform For more informations feel free to send an im to me Ramses Meredith or to ryantailor resident
  18. Hello I am looking for a texture maker who can make me a good looking skin for my mesh kemono body. I have the old skin I was using for my old avi but I want it to be on my kemono avi but because its mesh body it needs a whole new layout If you can help me leave a message here or im me in second life. ^^
  19. CaliLLove

    shopping event

    Does anyone know where I can find rules for hosting a shopping event ?
  20. !! HIRING/LOOKING FOR A STAND-UP COMEDIAN !! We are currently looking for a stand-up comedian to perform a 30-45 minute set at Holiday Event to go along with a DJ and Live Singer. We are open to new talent or previous experience. $ Pay to be determined $. Do you think you’re funny? Want to have some fun? Maybe start a new talent? Let me know in-world. bobbybabadook resident.
  21. Hi There! My name Is Henry. I'm a Senior Environment Artist @ Rebellion Developments ( A Game Studio in the UK ). I Started as a Builder in Second LIfe & Wanted to Reach out and teach all the industry standards & Techniques. I'm offering Private & Class Sessions where you will learn everything from creating low poly models to High poly full detailed models The Sessions will go over the following: Learning about textures & their uses. (Albedo/Diffuse, Roughness/Glossiness, Specular, Normal, Height, World Space Normals & Also Custom Normals (Not to mention Ambient Occlusion and Cavity Maps.) how they work, what they do & when to use them. Learning about modelling techniques. Different workflows for creating realistic and believable looking models to sell in world or online. (or for your portfolio) Learning about Terrains. Using specific programs & techniques, learn how to make RAW Terrain data to import into SL's terrain system. Also learn to make Vistas (Distance Islands & Mountains) Also learning to make the Texture maps for the Detail Learn to make Foliage The best practices & how to make photo realistic LOW Poly (Prim) Models all these sessions are £39.95 Per hour and you can do as many hours or as little as you want, spread out for as long as you feel until you feel ready. There is also the possibility of Receiving a Certificate acknowledged by Artstation by Leonard Teo. Here is my Portfolio: https://haytch.artstation.com/ Email me or Skype me @ Meshcore@Live.co.uk
  22. Hello, does anyone know what's happened to 60L weekends? I was a bit of a fan of checking this out each week. It was great not just for buying stuff but I really liked it for finding out about vendors I hadn't seen before. But there's been no notification for a couple of weeks and I can't find any info anywhere.
  23. You are looking for work right? Having a hard time looking through the vast amount of positions available? Don't know if they are still looking? Need money to help pay tier? Shopping? Tipping at venues? Other needs? Then Versed Management is here to help. We are looking for experienced, professional SL residents who are wanting a position in-world in a job they will like to do. These positions include manager, assistant, DJ, host, hostess, CSR and real estate agent. If any of these interest you and you are at least 30 days old, use the link below and complete the application form. https://goo.gl/forms/Zkp5IYLbzWnZ7w5M2 Thank you.. Sincerely, Angelina Solano Versed Management
  24. Want a great way to meet new people and friends? Want to be a part of a great family? Then the Queendom of Gaia may just be the perfect way for you. We are a caring family that plays the inworld game Tiny Empires. Tiny Empires is a hud-based game where you earn gold, rank up and complete quests. However, these things aren't the greatest things about Tiny Empires - family is. We take great pride in our family, having fun and helping out when and however we can. If you are interested in trying out Tiny Empires to see if it is a good fit for you, please do not hesitate to IM me inworld and I would be happy to answer any questions you have and help you get a trial version of the hud to try out. Talk to you soon and wish you a wonderful Second Life. : ) Sincerely, Baroness Angelina Solano
  25. We are in need of a fire chief, contact me or lcwlindsey if you are interested. Preferably know how to run the fire department and how to fight them. orginizations skills, and know how to hire people
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