30 May 2009

Just a quick update

Just to let everyone know, I completely updated my xstreetsl store. So if you were dying to buy my products off of it, here is your time to shine.


I just wanted to let everyone know that the "Alice" skin as a collaboration with Hybrid Ansar of Savior Faire Shapes, is available inworld (here) for free. We made a kickin' whole avatar of a fucked up Alice in Wonderland for the "Looking Glass" Hunt. Its pretty awesome. If you want to see it, head over to Achariya's awesome blog as she did a piece on it yesterday. She is so awesome! Oh, and let me note that they did not use the shape that comes with the hunt item.

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28 May 2009

Aura made some tats!

I finally got around to scooping off some of the tattoo work I pop onto a couple of skins. I am too lazy and tired from fighting SL's newest wave of bugs, so please just enjoy the pictures.

By the way, these are also serving as a bad sneak peek at an upcoming skin which will be available exclusively at the Hotel Munster Tacky Star location.

15 May 2009

New Skin and a New Eye

So I made another skin. This one is called "Translucent Angel." It is kind of my take on a fallen angel. Its 200L and you get a version with eyebrows and without eyebrows. Lookie:

The newest eye is "Aternia Sapphire." This was a commission that I demanded to sell. Its actually pretty for once. Go figure?

Last order of business: In a few weeks, I am going to have a storewide sale to help raise money for an PS3, as FF13 is coming out and I am a huge Final Fantasy fan. Prepare yourselves for that.

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04 May 2009

'Ra made skins

So I have probably said like 30-bajillion times that I am a painter in RL. Well, I got super sick of painting in RL after I had my senior exit show, so I started painting with a digital medium. Less clean up, by the way. This eventually lead to me painting on top of the Another Skin templates. Here are my offerings to you:

"Whitewash" was the first one I made. It is my take of a fucked up carnival worker. She is covered in bruises and healing cuts. Her make up is smeared and runny. I just love it. It is so me.

"Quiet Doll" came about as I needed it for a shoot. It is very subtle and simple. I like to think of it as an antique porcelain doll.

Each of these skins is 200L. While "Whitewash" took a lot more time, "Quiet Doll" comes with two skins variations. Just go freakin' pick 'em up inworld.

Oh, and here is how I use 'em:

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