Personal media in Second Life

December 27, 2006

Zikrid Redgrave @ Necrotica Isle

Filed under: Performance, Snapshots — Signore Iredell @ 12:42 am

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December 25, 2006

Necrotica Isle

Filed under: Snapshots — Signore Iredell @ 11:03 pm

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Doic Sinatra

December 23, 2006

Glitch after avatar change

Filed under: glitches, Snapshots — Signore Iredell @ 2:43 am

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Abstract Avatars strike again ? 😦

This happens to me when I take off my Bliss v0.2 avatar from Abstract Avatars.

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December 21, 2006

Bizarre Berry’s wonderful work

Filed under: Avatars, Snapshots — Signore Iredell @ 1:58 am

My profile proudly features only one Pick, and it is about Bizarre Berry’s Bucolic Burrow, where you can find uncommon avatars and whacky stuff with close attention to detail. More important, you may find here Bizarre Berry himself!

Berry’s Bazaar and Caves of Lascaux
Modesta (125, 55, 66)

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Signore Iredell wearing the UN-REZZED skin and Bizarre Berry as a fountain

I personally met Bizarre Berry some weeks after I entered Second Life and it’s been a really nice meeting. He is a lovely and funny person: he kindly explained me how some things work in world, we exchanged jokes and had a good time.

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Detailed artwork

His work is currently featured at the well-known New World Notes – the article is about the wonderful Caves of Lascaux, but don’t forget to give a look to the funny Bizarre’s Berry avatars and skins as well!

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Avatars include appropriate gestures

December 20, 2006

Adding Technorati support to this blog

Filed under: Blogged from SL — Signore Iredell @ 2:20 pm

Just a “Post claim” …

Technorati Profile

December 16, 2006

Snow glitches

Filed under: glitches, Snapshots — Signore Iredell @ 12:21 am

I love interface glitches.

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I was walking on a hill in a snow-themed sim when I met a couple, then I met a strange thing. A right-click told me that it was an avatar – or that the Second Life application thought it was an avatar.
Actually it wasn’t, and it disappeared just seconds after I took a snapshot. By the way, the Profile belonged to one of the two persons I had met there a minute before. The texture of the object appear to be the same of the Snowboard Boots created by Eric Linden that I, and possibly other people on that area, were wearing.

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