For this entry I had fun playing with windlights. It’s a treat for me to show off the awesome Lia Bento Head from Vista Animations. The range of facial expressions and emotions that come with it is comprehensive and the included HUD allows you to pause the expression if you want to use it for a photo. The lines and texture of the face look particularly great in photos. I used a free shape from Denver’s Shapes and modded it to look the way I wanted. I’m also wearing a skin from 7 Deadly Skins which is currently the November group gift. Today is the last day to get it! What makes me particularly happy is that the skin and makeup layers of the head are omega enabled, which I haven’t had with my previous heads. What do you think: should I make this my regular look from now on? I’m definitely thinking seriously about it.
There are a few style notes I’d like to make about this outfit. For one, many might not know about me, but I love anything camo. In reality I don’t wear it much, but in my SL inventory, there is so much camo it’s ridiculous. Every time I come across something made with a camo pattern, I almost inevitably buy it. Lately I’ve had to rein in my habit. The second note I want to make is about these shorts. Many of the shorts created in SL and available at events tend to show off booty cheeks. While that’s a great look for many people, it’s not my style at all. I’m so lucky that Pixicat created these shorts which are just long enough to cover my derrière.
Blogger & Vlogger Network in Second Life put forward a collaboration post challenge. For a long time I’ve been wanting to collaborate with someone again, so this was just the right opportunity. I was paired with Marion. Through the whole process she was very sweet and even used her talents with home decorating to create a set for us to pose in. This was a great opportunity to make a new friend. The time coordination definitely took some effort since we live on opposite sides of the world from each other. Overall, it was totally worth making this happen!
Marion’s credits are available on her blog by clicking here.