Posted on 24 September 2015 by daleinnis
The Drax Files, which is a great collection of SL – RL videos / documentaries about interesting things, almost none of which I have actually managed to watch, has recently done an episode about various SL machinima-makers, which I saw an early version of that was very good, so I bet the final one is too:
(Why, you wonder, did I get to see an early version? Because one of the featured machinima-making entities is the redoubtable team of Karima and Nat, to whose creations I’ve had the privilege of making various scriptish sorts of contributions.)
For more thorough coverage :) see Karima’s writeup and Nat’s German one.
Definitely worth watching!
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Posted on 21 September 2015 by daleinnis
That’s me in the demo version of the latest (or at least the most obvious when you walk into the store!) Maitreya mesh body (including the demo undies that come in the box).
I thought I should at least try out the Latest Thing so as to be open-minded. :)
It’s really quite nice; the mesh is much prettier than the standard SL built-in AV mesh, and since it doesn’t touch the face at all I still look like me there. Also it’s fitted mesh, so at least to a degree the overall shape is still me. Being still me has always been my main worry about mesh AV-parts, so…
(Friends have told me that they’ve had to tweak the underlying shape a bit, but not too much, to really get it just right.)
Classic non-mesh clothing that the maker hasn’t made a mesh-AV-applier for will still of course be a problem; I haven’t heard any convincing stories about how that will ever be fixed. But of course one isn’t obliged to wear the mesh body all the time. It could be just part of the arsenal.
As Evil Spock said, I shall consider it!
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